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We’ve been on a whirlwind press tour lately to provide senior members of the press an advance look at our new version of CounterSpy (consumer), version 1.5. I did the east coast with our VP of R&D, Eric Sites; and our product manager and marketing manager did the west coast.

Wayne Cunningham at Cnet got an advance peek and blogged on the subject.

The new version, shipping at the end of the month, is a pretty significant improvement on the existing engine.

Since this is a very competitive environment, I won’t spill all the beans yet. But I think people will like our improvements, all of them “under the hood”.

More later. And for those who ask, anyone who has purchased the current version will get a free upgrade.

Alex Eckelberry


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