Free license of Panda Internet Security 2010 [1 year]

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  1. slugger

    slugger Banned

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    Coinciding with the launch of Windows 7, Panda Securities is going to give away a 1 year license of its Security suite Panda Internet Security 2010

    will be available for a 24 hour period only

    On 22nd be sure to go and check out this link

    As Gandhiji had said,
     
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    hey thanks buddy.....
     
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    amol48 Searching...

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    thanks a lot man!
     
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    :lol::lol:

    I am very happy with AVG Free 8.5, but Panda is free for a day, so why complain? :D
     
  5. pr.itdude

    pr.itdude tHe nEw gEEk......ITian

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    Any personal xperience of using Panda IS....?? Share it....!!!
    Although I'm quite happy with my KIS...!!!
     
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    hey i m happy with no or sometimes running quickheal as running win 7 but if panda available then why not get it.
     
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    I am happy with my avg .
     
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    I missed out on KIS free for 6 months offer. :|

    I'm still sticking to NO32v2.7 :D
     
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    x3060 A LOTR fan

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    am on NOD32 v 4...happy with it :)
     
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    pr.itdude tHe nEw gEEk......ITian

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    offtopic: hey does NOD32 is suitable for internet security ?? Does it have parental control function like in KIS !!!
     
  11. Krow

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    ^Even avast home edition is suitable for internet security. The parental control feature is good for parent's only and the only thing it ensures is that the kids can't watch pr0no @ home. NOD32 AFAI have experienced is light and fast and has a good shield against drive by downloads.
     
  12. Liverpool_fan

    Liverpool_fan Sami Hyypiä, LFC legend

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    LOL those things are gimmicks. Just put a live CD, parental `control` gone :lol:
     
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    ^^
    I'll say, most kids find such stuff in the streets too these days :|
     
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    ^^ Streets... Hmmm... I know about CD's/DVD's found at any pirated DVD stall. Also, these days such activities are also witnessed live sometimes by kids. Why the need for parental control in antivirus? :lol:
     
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    Any one of u get the panda internet security 1 Year license key as i register but till now i haven't yet received the free promotional key
     
  16. rhitwick

    rhitwick Democracy is a myth

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    They mentioned it may take upto 3 days for the serial...
     
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    AVG and Panda both suck tbh.
     
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    Hahaha... AVG rocks as it is free. Otherwise I have had as many false detections by this AV as is humanely possible to imagine. ALL these AV's team up with companies and detect each companies keygen's as viruses, even if they are not infectious. In all my testing, I have often found that a genuine virus misses them, but the illegal keygen is often falsely implicated. Now, I have no problem if they catch all viruses, but they don't, so what is the point of an AV if it does not catch a real virus? :x
     
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    I got mine serial key today!!! everyone check ur mail id's......
     
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    If free AV you are talking about, then Avast > AVG 8.5 resource hog. But I won't even suggest Avast to anyone.

    The best are NOD32, Avira AntiVir and Kaspersky. Rest all suck IMHO.
     
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