[size=140:3tllt4v2]Many thanks to member Grr for letting us know about this one!![/size:3tllt4v2]
CNET are collaborating with Emsisoft to offer free one year licenses for Emsisoft Mamutu malware blocking software. The offer is open to everyone and ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on May 1st.
Read more about Emsisoft Mamutu on the home page [url=http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/mamutu/:3tllt4v2]HERE.[/url:3tllt4v2]
Original CNET article [url=http://download.cnet.com/8301-32471_4-20058083-10391713.html?tag=rb_content;main:3tllt4v2]HERE.[/url:3tllt4v2]
Or go directly to the Promo Page [url=https://www.trialpay.com/cart/?pp=ssKQRTE&c=1342ed7:3tllt4v2]HERE.[/url:3tllt4v2]
NOTE: The software must be registered/activated within 30 days or it will no longer work.
September 2, 2010
[quote:28uctw7q]The software must be registered/activated within 30 days or it will no longer work.[/quote:28uctw7q]
And to be on the absolute safe side, it should also be registered with the email used to get it and not with any other existing account, as Emsisoft does a cross-check and it seems that they reset keys obtained with one email and registered with another. If you think about it, it makes sense:
A. Emsisoft can't be sure that/ keep track which accounts belong to which (same) person, as they don't even ask/ want your real name, unless you make a purchase), and
B. email & key must pair up in Emsisoft's database.
P.S. Have a nice month, everyone!
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