Recommend avast! Free Antivirus, Earn a Free avast! Internet Security License
Article by George Norman
On 26 Apr 2013
By recommending avast! Free Antivirus to your friends you have the chance to win a 1, 2, or 3-year license for avast! Internet Security.

avast! Free Antivirus is a good choice for anyone who wants to protect his PC without spending any money on said protection. The free security tool blocks viruses, blocks spyware, and lets the user get assistance from a geek friend. If the limited functionality avast! Free Antivirus has to offer does not seem like enough, I have some good news for you: by recommending the free security solution to your friends you can upgrade to avast! Internet Security for free.

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avast! Internet Security has a few more functions to offer. It protects you when you do your online shopping or when you do your online backing, it runs risky programs safely in an isolated virtual environment, it uses a firewall to block hacker attacks, it secures your personal data, it stops annoying and sometimes malicious spam messages, and it blocks phishing scams.

As I’ve already mentioned, you can get a free avast! Internet Security license by recommending avast! Free Antivirus to your friends. You can do so from your my.avast account web page or from the avast! Free Antivirus interface.



Once you’re friends download and install avast! Free Antivirus, you will earn credits toward getting a free avast! Internet Security license.
  • 7 friends = 1-year license.
  • 14 friends = 2-year license.
  • 21 friends – 3-year license.
You can learn more about avast! Internet Security on its official webpage here.

In related news, we recently presented avast! Browser Cleanup, a handy tool you can use to get rid of pesky, annoying toolbars and unwanted browser add-ons. You can also use the tool to reset browser settings to default values. You can read more about this topic by following this link.




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