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Release of GRISOFT AVG 7.5 Security Portfolio

Avalanche Technology Group Announces Release of GRISOFT AVG 7.5 Security Portfolio

Incorporating AVG Internet Security 7.5 for the First Time, AVG 7.5 Security Portfolio Offers the Most Comprehensive Protection for Computers

Melbourne, Australia - October 3, 2006 - Avalanche Technology Group, the Australasian distributor of GRISOFT's AVG security software, today announced the launch of AVG 7.5 Security Portfolio with its most extensive product range ever. The enhanced security offerings for home, SMBs and enterprise users include new and improved products such as the all-inclusive security suite, AVG Internet Security 7.5.

A significant addition to the AVG Security Portfolio, AVG Internet Security 7.5 includes the latest anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam and firewall technologies, and provides automatic updates for daily virus, malware and spam definitions. As with previous versions, the AVG solution is highly efficient in the use of computing resources minimising the impact on system performance. In the AVG Internet Security Network Edition, GRISOFT offers centralised remote administration which allows for remote installation, updating, and management of all workstations and servers.

GRISOFT's existing portfolio for home, small and medium business users has been expanded to include AVG Anti-Spyware 7.5 which offers protection against Trojans, spyware, adware, dialers, keyloggers and worms; and AVG Anti-Malware 7.5 which combines the latest anti-spyware and anti-virus technologies within a single, easy-to-use interface.

GRISOFT has also broadened its offerings to provide enterprise users with versions of AVG Anti-Virus, AVG File Server and AVG Email Server that are compatible with the GNU/Linux and FreeBSD operating systems. Along with the new products, there are substantial improvements to the overall portfolio with enhanced data protection, automatic updates, and a single, user-friendly interface.

"GRISOFT has always focused on providing users with the most comprehensive and proactive computer security solutions on the market and this latest offering certainly fulfils that promise," said Peter Cameron, Business Development Director at Avalanche Technology Group.

"With AVG 7.5, GRISOFT has responded aggressively to the recent increase in malware such as Trojans and other tracking applications, aggressive online ads, spam and phishing, delivering a security solution that is truly capable of protecting users from the growing number of cyber and computer threats," added Larry Bridwell, Vice President of Communications at GRISOFT.

Pricing and Availability
Avalanche offers two-year licences of the GRISOFT solutions for a price similar to the one-year licence costs of other security vendors with free automated updates during the licence period.

" AVG Internet Security 7.5 (including Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Spam, AntiPhishing and a Desktop Firewall) costs just A$98.95 (inc. GST) for two years
" AVG AntiMalware 7.5 (including Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware) is A$63.95 for a two year licence
" AVG Anti-Virus 7.5 is set at A$54.95 for a two-year licence
" AVG Anti-Virus 7.5 plus Firewall is A$69.95 for two years
" AVG Anti-Spyware 7.5 costs A$54.50 for a two year licence

One year licensing will also be available.

Avalanche provides clients with free customer support via telephone and email during Australian business hours. backed up by full 24 / 7 / 365 support from GRISOFT.

All products in the AVG 7.5 portfolio are immediately accessible on the Avalanche website www.avalanche.com.au and via its extensive network of resellers located throughout Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

About GRISOFT
www.GRISOFT.com
GRISOFT is a leading provider of antivirus, firewall protection and security solutions for consumers and SMEs. It is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry with more than 30 million users around the world that rely on GRISOFT AVG products to protect their computers and networks.

Established in 1991, GRISOFT employs some of the world's leading experts in antivirus software, specifically in the areas of virus analysis and detection, software development, and antivirus support. GRISOFT award-winning products are distributed globally through resellers and the Internet as well as via AVG Anti-Virus Software Developer's Kit (SDK) to interested partners.

About Avalanche
www.avalanche.com.au
Established in 1997 and based in Melbourne, Avalanche Technology Group Pty Ltd is a wholly owned Australian company that distributes a range of innovative business software solutions to the Australian and New Zealand markets. The products, which focus on real business needs, provide outstanding technical solutions and exceptional value for the client.

Avalanche is the Australian and New Zealand distributor of GRISOFT´s AVG security portfolio and FinePrint Software´s pdfFactory and FinePrint products. Avalanche has a 700-strong reseller network across Australia and New Zealand.

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