You have the latest version of a popular anti-virus security program. Think you're safe from being infected? Think again.

Anti-virus programs wait until a new virus is unleashed and then must go through the following steps to deliver a solution to you:

  Steps necessary to solve virus threat:   Them CheckInMyEmail
1 First things first, someone releases a virus into the Internet. The virus attacks a number of machines and sets off alerts. minutes/hours No wait
2

People notice things working differently and contact anti-virus vendor.

minutes/hours No software installs
3

Vendor receives sample(s) of virus and put sample(s) through a series of routines to extract a a unique digital signature that identifies this bad program and differentiates it from Microsoft Word, Excel, Doom, Act!, The Sims, or any other popular program.

minutes/hours No downloads
4 Signature is tested against a suite of popular products for uniqueness.   minutes No updates
5 Run new string through elementary false positive checks   minutes No problems
6

Signature is added to data files and databases.

  minutes No interruptions
7 New data files are pushed out to the Web and sent to corporate clients.   minutes No down time
8 You learn about the virus and download an update. Hours/Days No lost data
  Total time before you're protected against this new virus Hours to days No more problems

With OUT!, there's no software update to worry about, there's nothing to download, there are no attachments to worry about. You're already protected!

Viruses can traverse the world in a matter of minutes infecting hundreds of thousands of machines. What can they do with hours and days of play time?


We invite you to look around the site. Understand the problem and understand our solution. Viruses effect everyone. There are now over 70,000 viruses and their variants, worms, trojans and whatever other moniker experts can give this unwanted software.

Do you really care whether you have a worm or a virus? The only thing any of us cares about is knowing we can trust the email we're about to open.