Komal Antivirus, which is a Nepali software has bagged a second international certificate last month November 15. This time it’s been certified by PCSL. PCSL stands for PC Security Labs, an IT Consulting Institute. PCSL is one of the 6 top certification company in the world. PCSL certificate is more powerful than OPSWAT. PCSL is also the member of AMSTO. The full form of AMSTO is – Anti-malware testing standards organization. Earlier in September Komal Antivirus has won its first international certificate from OPSWAT, which is recognized by Microsoft and Cisco.
This certificate means these software’s are able to be detected by leading technology solutions and become visible on the management stations like Microsoft, Cisco and many more. The OPSWAT Certification Program is the industry standard for interoperability certification of endpoint security software applications. This is the first level that verifies whether software is international standard or not. With this certification, it will be easy for a company to gain worldwide computer users trust.
About the developer
Komal Poudyal, the software developer is now a seventeen year old, twelfth grade student of computer science, who studies in a college in Kathmandu. He has been working on this projects since last two years and he plans to make it available for consumer by mid December 2015. Komal Antivirus is the only antivirus program made in Nepali language. It will be easier for our local people to use it easily without getting lost in the maze of language bars. This teenage boy is also the CEO of Komal Technologies, which basically develops software’s.
Komal did his schooling from Little Flower High School, Dhangadhi. He has also developed softwares like DevWeb Pro and Komal Antivirus and internet security. Its his passion and hobby to work on coding. He can be reached on facebook.
[Guest post by Sunita Giri. She is a blogger and freelance writer.]