Check Point to Give Away Free Zone Alarm Pro, Tomorrow Only
Article by George Norman
On 17 Nov 2008
Check Point, company that specializes in providing network security software and firewall solutions, is celebrating its 15th anniversary on the 18th of November and because of that it is giving away Zone Alarm Pro software. The security software that normally costs about $40 will be available for download, free-of-charge of course, but only during a 24 hour interval. Sounds like a good deal to me, so get ready to download it tomorrow. Even if you are not going to use it anytime soon, at least you got a free piece of security software.

Zone Alarm Pro is a mixture of security programs; it includes a firewall program, an antispyware solution, and an ID protection service. Users from all over the world will be able to initiate the free download tomorrow, the 18th of November 2008, at 6 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time). After you install the software on your machine you will be able to use it free-of-charge over a period of one year.

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On this joyous occasion Check Point will also offering a 50% discount on several laptop accessories, such as the Aerovation Checkpoint Friendly laptop bag

AVG is also providing a one year cost-free subscription to its customers, but only because last week’s update caused the antivirus program to delete a key component of the Windows XP operating system. I wonder if they are going to sweeten the pot and in any way, considering that another update identified Adobe Flash as a Trojan and prompted users to delete it.

“As a follow-up to the rapid distribution of recovery instructions and repair CDs, AVG Technologies is offering all affected users a free license or license extension as follows. AVG Technologies apologizes again for the inconvenience caused to our customers and wishes to assure our users worldwide that the company is actively putting new processes in place to avoid similar occurrences in the future,” a spokesperson for AVG said.



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