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Panda Internet Security 2010 Free on Windows 7 launch day (Oct 22)

Panda Security giving away free 1 year license of Panda Internet Security 2010 on Windows 7 launch day, Oct 22. Interested users can register on 22nd Oct 2009 for a free license.

The ultra light weight, built around the company's Collective Intelligence system, Panda Internet Security 2010 is able to protect you from every threat and offers a complete peace of mind while you online.

The new, Windows 7 compatible Panda Security Suite protect you from viruses, malware, Trojans, worms, identity theft, online banking and other threats from infecting your PC.

Follow the steps to get a free one year license to Panda Internet Security 2010 (worth $59.95)

  1. Register here on 10/22/09
  2. Download Internet Security 2010 from the Panda Web site
  3. Receive an activation code for one free year and use it
  4. Run Internet Security and instantly begin protecting your PC from all the cyber junk that will make fixing your computer the opposite of free.
(via – Webtrickz)


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