Get a free 90 day trial of BitDefender

bitdefenderBitDefender is one of the most popular PC security packages out there and now you can try it for yourself for a full 90 days. BitDefender are giving away a free 90 day trial of their flagship product so you can really get a taste of what it has to offer. BitDefender Internet Security 2008 is being given away with free updates and support for up to 3 PC’s at the same time

The security package covers a wide range of security threats including viruses, hackers, spyware, spam and phishing emails, as well as protecting children from adult websites. Now, I know there are tons of security solutions out there but alongside Avast!, BitDefender is one of my favourite security apps which is why anyone who hasn’t taken advantage of this offer yet should at least check it out. And it’s not just me who endorses it. BitDefender for Linux recently won an award for it’s Virus Bulletin comparisons on Ubuntu Linux Server Edition Platform. Now when an operating system as bulletproof as Ubuntu gives it the thumbs up, you know you’re onto something good.

Note that BitDefender have one of the most comprehensive (and free) database of virus removal tools which you can access directly here. Also, check out BitDefender’s useful 10 Commandments for Your Computer Sanity here.

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