We just published version 1.1.2 of Panda Cloud Antivirus. You can get it from http://www.cloudantivirus.com.
This minor release includes some basic fixes:
* Fix for error 1603 during install or upgrade from previous versions.
* Fix for behaviour blocker FPs of WMP, VLC, OpenOffice, fubar2000, etc.
* Corrections of certain string translations (italian, japanese, etc.).
* Search reset fix during installation.
* Fix for problems with outdated Silverlight installations.
* Updated traybar notifications to show that they come from PCAV.
Users of the Free Edition can upgrade to this new version by simply downloading the new installer and executing it. The installer will uninstall the previous version and install the new one after a reboot.
Users of the Pro Edition do not need to upgrade to this new version as their installation will be upgraded automatically and transparently as needed.
We published another survey to find out which AV folks were using before switching over to Panda Cloud Antivirus.
Make sure to drop by and vote. You can do so here:
You will need an active account at the CloudAV Support Forum in order to vote.If you don’t have one just click on the poll and then “access to account” on the upper-right corner.
Wow, that was one nerve-breaking never ending game, but finally Spain came out victorious after a brutal gloves-off match… OLE OLE OLE OLEEE, OLEEEE, OLEEEE!!
I have received literally hundreds and hundreds of emails from people around the world for the Panda Cloud Antivirus Pro Edition give-away. Seeing how much Spain had to overcome to win the World Cup championship, we have decided to give away 100 license keys instead of the original 20 we had announced.
If you are one of the lucky 100 winners, check your email as your license key is waiting in your inbox. If you’re not one of the lucky winners but still sent an email, check your email as well for a consolation prize
Juan Santana (Panda’s CEO) and I had to watch the game faaar away from home, in Palo Alto, California. Fortunately the people here were wonderful, almost everybody cheering for Spain. Thanks Palo Alto and VIVA ESPAÑA!!!
This idea is from users over at the CloudAV Support Forum.
Basically if Spain wins the World Cup 2010, I will be giving away 20 Panda Cloud Antivirus Pro Edition license keys for free to the first 20 people that send me an email to email@example.com *after* the game ends and only if Spain wins.
At the very least we’ll get more people cheering for Spain