Free 6-Month Subscription for F-Secure Internet Security 2011
Article by George Norman
On 15 Apr 2011
Do you know that in 2010 alone a grand total of 286 million new threats and 6,253 new vulnerabilities were uncovered and that the number of web-based attacks increased by 93%? What that means is that the internet is a dangerous place and you need to stay safe and protected. What you need to do is get a properly good security software application that will protect your computer and your data.

One application you could get is F-Secure Internet Security 2011. The good news is that F-Secure, Finland-based company that specializes in providing antivirus and security software solutions, is giving users the chance to get a free 6-month subscription for F-Secure Internet Security 2011.

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Here is what you have to do to get it:
- Go to F-Secure’s Facebook page here and click the 'Like' button.
- Provide your email address and F-Secure will send you a personal download link 2011 and a 6-month key.

As a little side note, Panda Security is also offering a free 6-month subscription for Panda Cloud Antivirus Pro, and it is also doing it via its Facebook page. Like Panda Security’s Facebook page and you will be able to download Panda Cloud Antivirus Pro and use it free of charge for 6 months.

Getting back to F-Secure and F-Secure Internet Security 2011, you should get the application because it offers performance, ease of use and multi-layered protection. To better put things in perspective, here are the main things you can expect to get from F-Secure Internet Security 2011:
  • F-Secure’s smart cloud technology – malware-crunching technology that offers multi-layered protection against all types of malware attacks.
  • Real-time protection – the security software solution protects against viruses, spyware, worms, trojans, rootkits and zero-day attacks in real-time.
  • Great performance – F-Secure Internet Security 2011 uses little memory and doesn’t slow down your computer. To put it bluntly, it just works fast.
  • Firewall – the firewall protects against hacker attacks
  • Browsing protection - F-Secure Internet Security 2011 identifies the sites that pose a threat, the sites that are usafe to visit.
  • Identity theft protection – I think this feature needs no explanations.
  • Spam and phishing protection – F-Secure Internet Security 2011 keeps spam out of your inbox and protects against phishing attacks.
  • Children safety – F-Secure Internet Security 2011 comes with parental controls that you can use to ensure your children safely surf the web.

To learn more about F-Secure Internet Security 2011 click here.



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