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5nine Security Plugin for Microsoft System Center – Release Candidate is now available

5nine Security Plugin for Microsoft System Center – Release Candidate is now available.

Las Vegas, NV, April 11, 2013. - Today, at the Microsoft Management Summit 5nine Software, innovative provider of Microsoft Windows Server Security solutions has released 5nine Security Manager - System Center Plugin for System Center VMM 2012 R2 SP1.

This new integration allows the users of Microsoft’s popular Systems Center Application to take full advantage of 5nine’s fastest in the industry and agentless anti-virus, virtual firewalling and Intrusion Detection without leaving the familiar and powerful SC VMM interface!

"Microsoft's cloud users demand a best of breed security solution that covers all aspects of securing Virtual Machines. 5nine has answered by delivering an integrated anti-malware, firewalling and intrusion detection product that can be controlled from the SC VMM interface" says 5nine Software CTO, Dr. Konstantin Malkov.

Click the link below to learn about the new plug-in and to download a RC version:

A full version of 5nine Security Manager for Hyper-V is available for download by visiting:

About 5nine Software

Based in Beverly, Massachusetts, 5nine Software delivers the first and only agentless security solutions for Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V. 5nine offers a suite of Hyper-V management and Hyper-V security tools that deliver the industry’s fastest Anti-Virus scans, virtual firewall and intrusion detection. Available in (4) versions, Security Manager for Hyper- V: Essentials, Data Center and Windows Server 2008/R2, deliver the most comprehensive security available for the Microsoft cloud platform. For more information - please visit or send an email to

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