Free Panda Internet Security 2009 Courtesy of Microsoft
Article by George Norman
On 26 May 2009
You don’t normally get to see a lot of free software from the Redmond-based software developer, but it seems that the user’s security ranks so high up there with Microsoft that it is willing to provide you with a free security solution (with a catch). As part of Microsoft’s IT security campaign entitled “Protect Your PC”, you can get Panda Internet Security 2009 for free – the software is indeed free, but the catch is that it is free for a limited period of time. You will be able to use Panda Internet Security 2009 for free for a period of 3 months.

"Panda Security collaborates in Microsoft's IT security campaign "Protect Your PC" with an exclusive gift for all its users: Get Panda Internet Security 2009 with 3 months' FREE services and with no obligation! Enjoy truly global security with the new Panda Internet Security 2009. It protects you from viruses, spyware, rootkits, hackers, online fraud, identity theft and all other Internet threats. The anti-spam engine will keep your inbox free from junk mail while the Parental Control feature ensures your children can use the Web safely. And thanks to the new Collective Intelligence technology, the solution is now much faster than previous versions,” explains Panda Security.


Panda Internet Security 2009 comes with the following key features:
- Anti-malware engine and anti-phishing filter
- Personal firewall
- Advanced Proactive Protection
- New anti-banking Trojan engine, anti-rootkit technology and anti-spam filter
- New parental controls
- New web filter and personal information filter.
- Backup and restore functionality

The one thing to keep in mind is that after you get the software you need to activate it. Detailed instructions are provided within Panda Internet Security 2009, so you should not have any significant problems doing so.

If you would like to get Panda Internet Security 2009, a download location is available here.

Tags: Microsoft, Panda Security, Panda Internet Security 2009, Protect Your PC
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