Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. provides Internet and mobile security products in the People’s Republic of China. Its core Internet security products include 360 Safe Guard, a solution for Internet security and system optimization; 360 Anti-Virus, an anti-virus application that uses multiple scan engines to protect users’ computers against various kinds of malware, as well as 360 Mobile Safe, a security program for the Google Android, Apple iOS, and Nokia Symbian smartphone operating systems. The company’s platform products comprise 360 Safe Browser and 360 Speed Browser, which are based on dual-core technologies providing secure browsing and blocking malicious Websites, indentifying them among search results, scanning files downloaded through the browser for security threats, as well as 360 Mobile Browser for the iOS and Android operating systems. The 360 browsers also consist of 360 Personal Start-up Page, which serves as user’s start-up page aggregating preferred Web services and applications; 360 Search, a search engine; and 360 Mobile Assistant, which allows users to browse, search, and obtain various mobile applications for mobile devices. Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. also provides online advertising services, including online marketing services and search referral services; and Internet value-added services comprising the operation of Web games developed by third-parties, remote technical support, and cloud-based services. The company was formerly known as Qihoo Technology Company Limited and changed its name to Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. in December 2010. Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. was founded in 2005 and is based in Beijing, China.
-Total smartphone users of 360 Mobile Safe, Qihoo 360's primary
mobile security product, reached a record 408 million in Sept,
2013, compared to 149 million in Sept, 2012.
-Monthly active users of Qihoo 360's browsers reached a record
342 million in Sept, 2013, compared to 303 million in Sept, 2012.
-User penetration of Qihoo 360's browsers was 69% in September
2013, compared to 65% in September 2012.