Qihoo, the Chinese Internet company who is most known for offering free security services, released an “anti-phishing, anti-Trojan”router by partnering with Shenzhen-based router manufacturer Netcore.

Named NI360, the router will be sold at 99 yuan ($ 16), cheaper than the average router in the market, on Qihoo’s shopping site. Apart from anti-malware, the router provides stronger wireless data encryption, Qihoo claims.

Last week Qihoo unveiled a plug-and-play wireless router. It is reported that the gadget is designed by Qihoo’s 360 Mobile Assistant team and manufactured by a third party.

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Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com