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Kaspersky AntiVirus 2011 Free Six Month Trial on Facebook

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 is one of the most popular antivirus software which offers best protection from the growing internet threats. This new version is lighter on system resources and features a revamped interface that makes navigation almost flawless.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 normally costs $39.95 for 1-year subscription. Here is a chance to tryout free 6 month trial of KAV 2011 as a part of Malaysia’s IT fair promotion.

Interested Facebook users can visit Malaysia’s IT fair Facebbok page and click on the ‘Like’ button and fill in the necessary details to receive the free serial number.

The free 6 months license is for single computer and is limited to the first 5000 Facebook users that click on the ‘like’ button for the Malaysia-IT-Fair facebook page.


  1. There is not such a page in facebook. are you sure?

  2. @Martik, I think they blocked it, as the fair is for only Malaysia people.


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