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Windows 7: Norton Internet Security 2010 for 6 months free

02 Nov 2009   #51
neoasr

Windows 7 ultimate 32bit OEM 6.1 Build7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by v0id View Post
Offer still valid!

Now you must have germany proxy! Use this one:

Fast free Web Proxy with German IP

Copy and paste this link to proxy:

https://emea.norton.com/trialware/2009/avfbild/

Enter your valid email,

check the 2 boxes:
a.) "Ich bin damit einverstanden, dass meine.."
b.) "JA. Ich möchte für mein Unternehmen oder für mich....."

Press the big yellow button : "Producktschlussel anfordern"

You will get an e-mail with a link

Open again the proxy, copy the link from the e-mail in the proxy page and you will get second e-mail with the license for 180 days

Enjoy!
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02 Nov 2009   #52
v0id

Windows 3.11
 
 

Try other proxy!

Here is list of Germany proxys!

http://www.azproxies.com/proxy-lists...b-proxies.html
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02 Nov 2009   #53
neoasr

Windows 7 ultimate 32bit OEM 6.1 Build7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by v0id View Post
Try other proxy!

Here is list of Germany proxys!

German Proxy List | Germany Proxies | A-Z Proxies
sorry void but it still not working..
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03 Nov 2009   #54
Crazy Buddhist

 
 

Were it free for life, I would burden no computer of mine with Norton, or any Symantec product (except their standalone infection removal tools ), just as I would not put a heavy load on the back of a small child.

Comodo firewall and Avast or Antivir plus any 2 of Malwarebytes/Spybot S&D/Adaware/SuperAntiSpywareDoctor gives better protection, lighter footprint - and is free.

Norton's firewall is full of holes.

Crazy B
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03 Nov 2009   #55
kreesdqban

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Crazy Buddhist View Post
Were it free for life, I would burden no computer of mine with Norton, or any Symantec product (except their standalone infection removal tools ), just as I would not put a heavy load on the back of a small child.

Comodo firewall and Avast or Antivir plus any 2 of Malwarebytes/Spybot S&D/Adaware/SuperAntiSpywareDoctor gives better protection, lighter footprint - and is free.

Crazy B
You obviously have not tried Norton 2010 products nor have you seen the reviews and test benchmarks that their products have gotten lately...

Maybe you should try them out before bashing them...
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03 Nov 2009   #56
gamepro127

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Crazy Buddhist View Post
Were it free for life, I would burden no computer of mine with Norton, or any Symantec product (except their standalone infection removal tools ), just as I would not put a heavy load on the back of a small child.

Comodo firewall and Avast or Antivir plus any 2 of Malwarebytes/Spybot S&D/Adaware/SuperAntiSpywareDoctor gives better protection, lighter footprint - and is free.

Norton's firewall is full of holes.

Crazy B
Lighter footprint?
COMODO FIREWALL: 11MB
Avast: 60MB (Web shield enabled)
Antivir: 11MB
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Norton internet security 2010: 3MB
Norton 360 V4: 5.5MB
Norton Antivirus: 3.1MB

You defintally dont know what "Lighter footprint" means

And Norton and COMODO both have great firewalls! Neither have any holes (All Firewalls have holes, but neither have lots)
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03 Nov 2009   #57
hackerman1

W7-Enterprise + WS-2008 (Converted to Workstation)
 
 

hi !

gamepro127:"And Norton and COMODO both have great firewalls!"

i suggest you take a GOOD look at Matousec, NIS 2010 is #13 with on the list, with 67% !
Results and comments - www.matousec.com

yes, really "great firewall"...
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03 Nov 2009   #58
gamepro127

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hackerman1 View Post
hi !

gamepro127:"And Norton and COMODO both have great firewalls!"

i suggest you take a GOOD look at Matousec, NIS 2010 is #13 with on the list, with 67% !
Results and comments - www.matousec.com

yes, really "great firewall"...
Hi hackerman,
Seeing that "Windows Live OneCare 2.5.2900.24" got a 4% score, I'm sure that "Windows Firewall" is NO better. And I have used "Windows firewall" for 3 years without any hacker hacking into my PC. Theses "results" prove NOTHING. Just because your product dident do so well, doesnt mean that it doesnt protect you. Look at ESET, 4% again! And ESET has a pretty well firewall, ive used ESET Smart security since V2 on 6 computers but now stopped after it dident stop some trojans. None of thoes computer had any problems, outside of the trojans the antivirus missed.
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03 Nov 2009   #59
SlackerITGuy

Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gamepro127 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Crazy Buddhist View Post
Were it free for life, I would burden no computer of mine with Norton, or any Symantec product (except their standalone infection removal tools ), just as I would not put a heavy load on the back of a small child.

Comodo firewall and Avast or Antivir plus any 2 of Malwarebytes/Spybot S&D/Adaware/SuperAntiSpywareDoctor gives better protection, lighter footprint - and is free.

Norton's firewall is full of holes.

Crazy B
Lighter footprint?
COMODO FIREWALL: 11MB
Avast: 60MB (Web shield enabled)
Antivir: 11MB
--------------
Norton internet security 2010: 3MB
Norton 360 V4: 5.5MB
Norton Antivirus: 3.1MB

You defintally dont know what "Lighter footprint" means

And Norton and COMODO both have great firewalls! Neither have any holes (All Firewalls have holes, but neither have lots)
Yup.

NIS is one of the lightest IS suites around.

EDIT: I mean, it's not ~3MB light, but according to recent tests, it's around ~12MB's most of the time.

EDIT 2: Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 is also pretty light on resources:

http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/6517/kisy.jpg
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04 Nov 2009   #60
The Cool Guy

Windows 8 x64
 
 

Hey cheeriokilla, what backround picture are you using?
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