F-Secure Sweepstakes Puts Up an HP Pavilion Laptop
Article by George Norman
On 17 Sep 2012
Security company F-Secure is giving you the chance to win a cool HP Pavilion laptop protected by F-Secure Internet Security 2013.

F-Secure, company that provides antivirus, internet security, firewall and backup solutions to home and corporate users, because it is celebrating the launch of the F-Secure Internet Security 2013 application, is running a sweepstakes and is giving you the chance to win an HP Pavilion Laptop g6-1d80nr 15.6 inch laptop priced at $499.99. The laptop comes protected by the aforementioned F-Secure Internet Security 2013 (a 1-year, 1-PC license for the security solution is priced at 49.99€).


If you want to take part in F-Secure’s sweepstakes, if you want the chance to win an HP Pavilion laptop, you need an answer to the What? Where? and When?

To enter the sweepstakes you must provide an answer to the following question:
What on your computer do you care about protecting most?

Answering the question above earns you an entry into the sweepstakes. You can get a bonus entry by taking a quick mobile survey.

The answer to the aforementioned question must be posted on the F-Secure’s Safe and Savvy blog here. To get the bonus entry, after taking the survey, you must post the comment “SURVEY COMPLETE” in an additional comment on the F-Secure blog.

The promo begins at 3:00 PM PDT on September 16, 2012 and comes to an end at 12:00 PM PDT October 12, 2012. When the promo period is over, a winner will be chosen at random from all the participants.

Additional information on F-Secure’s sweepstakes is available here(the link takes you to the official rules).

As mentioned above, the HP Pavilion laptop will come protected by F-Secure Internet Security. The security solution comes with these new features:
  • Enhanced protection – compared to previous editions, this version offers an enhanced level of protection. That’s because it comes with a renewed Deepguard, real-time protection network and other proactive methods to keep malware at bay. F-Secure Internet Security 2013’s multilayered protection is better than ever before.
  • Firewall – the Windows firewall with additional filters is used to protect your PC.
  • Better online security – the application no longer installs itself as web browser plug-in; the application is now independent from any specific browser. That translates to improved performance and better online safety.
Additional information on F-Secure Internet Security 2013 is available here.

Tags: F-Secure, Security, Microsoft, Windows, sweepstakes, HP Pavilion, laptop, F-Secure Internet Security, prize
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