The world is a mess of bad software.
It’s one reason why so many people keep their computers locked down and avoid the internet and social networks.
But there are also some apps and services that do everything right but do little to stop malware from spreading, according to security researchers.
They are all trying to protect their computers from malware by checking their environment, whether they have antivirus software installed, and what software is installed.
The latest of these efforts is the OpenVpn VPN, developed by security firm NetApp.
It was launched in December and has a list of known malware threats that it checks to ensure that the VPN is safe for its users.
The VPN app is not a free download but it costs $9.99 for the basic version.
However, it can be purchased for $2.99 per month or $14.99 if you choose to upgrade to the Pro version.
The security researchers who tested the VPN said that OpenVPN VPN was more robust than other antivirus apps, such as AVG Antivirus Plus, because it is designed to protect users from malware and not other malicious software.
“OpenVpnVPN is more robust against malware than AVG Antivert or Kaspersky,” the researchers wrote in a blog post.
“It’s an anti-malware solution that’s more comprehensive and effective against malware in general than any other antiviral app currently available.”
It has a good security rating and is rated as the fifth-most secure antivirus solution.
“The fact that OpenVPNVPN has been tested for more than 10 years, as well as being one of the most secure and widely deployed antivirus solutions available today, speaks to the robustness of its software and the ease with which it can detect and remove threats,” NetApp wrote.
However the researchers also found that the software can be used to help users avoid getting infected by other malware.
“Users may be tempted to try out OpenVPN VPN and be overwhelmed by the number of ways malware can infect their machine, but this is not the case,” the group said.
“With OpenVPN, it is also possible to use your network administrator or antivirus provider to set up an additional security configuration that blocks malicious code and other malware from reaching your machine.”
The security experts also said that users can install a free version of the VPN app on their devices for a monthly fee of $2 per month, or $24.99 a year.
However users can also pay for the Pro edition of the app for $14 per month and $29.99 annually.
NetApp said that its VPN app has not been downloaded by more than one user in the past year, and the team has not received any reports of malicious code being installed.
“We have not received a single report of malware being installed,” Netapp said.
“Our VPN app does not block any other malicious code or redirect malicious web pages, and is able to detect any other software that may be trying to download malicious code.”
While the app is free, it has the same warning as other antiviruses.
“As we are aware of no known malicious code having been installed on the system, we recommend that you keep the VPN active as long as you are using the app and don’t remove it from your system,” the NetApp blog post said.