Panda Cloud Antivirus gets a new name. Panda Security has released their consumer products for 2015, Panda Global Protection 2015, Panda Internet Security 2015, Panda Antivirus Pro 2015, Panda Mobile Security 2.0 and Panda Gold Protection. And no Panda Cloud Antivirus in these?. In fact, it is as Panda Free Antivirus 2015 version 15, to get in line with the version numbers, they’ve changed Panda Cloud AV version number to 15 from 3, of course the name also changed.

new Panda Free Antivirus

Update: We’ve received an email from Panda Security regarding this, you can read the shorter version of it below

Panda Cloud Antivirus FREE is now Panda Free Antivirus!
To coincide with the launch of the Panda Security 2015 consumer products, Panda Cloud Antivirus FREE Edition is from today the new Panda Free Antivirus, and as such joins the family of consumer products from Panda Security.

From today, this XMT engine will be available in all Panda Security consumer products

Why 15.0?

All the Panda Security 2015 consumer solutions share the same version number, 15. As such, Panda Free Antivirus will also use this version number, which explains the leap from version 3.0.

Great news for the free users is XMT Smart Engineering engine, which Panda Security is boasting for their 2015 consumer products is also available for Panda Free Antivirus as well.

Panda Cloud Antivirus Free 3.0 gets Schedule Scanning and Automatic USB Vaccine features

How to Remove Panda Devices Agent installed by Panda Cloud Antivirus?

Security company says “With XMT, different technologies interact with each other to achieve new levels of efficiency and greater detection and disinfection power.”

Bonus: Here is the  full offline installer link for Panda Internet Security 2015 and  for the Panda Free Antivirus 2015.

Note: If you’re already using Cloud AV, then you need to uninstall it first, after that only install this one, otherwise -when you try to install over it- it shows ‘incompatible program detected’ message and asks to uninstall Panda Cloud Antivirus.

What’s your take on these changes? Which antivirus you’re using? Let us know in the comments.