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FREE Kaspersky Security Suite CBE Win7 for Win7 users

Postby Spudz » Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:59 pm

FREE Kaspersky Security Suite CBE Win7 (Internet Security 2010) for ALL Windows 7 Users
Author: Raymond
11 Dec

Until today I’d still say screw (pardon me) the free Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 for attendees and hosts of Windows 7 launch parties promotion. It has been annoyingly “posted everywhere” and finally when the day comes, you need to enter the party host’s email address to receive the license. I knew it was too good to be true or impossible for Kaspersky to be that generous, that’s why I didn’t have a blog post on that. Well some lucky and smart people are able to “google” for the host’s email address but still Kaspersky deactivated a lot of codes that were obtained fraudulently. Even for those free 6 months KIS or KAV license from magazine promotions were also strictly being monitored and immediately terminated when they found out it has been leaked.
FREE Kaspersky Security Suite CBE Win7
Enough for the rant and let’s get to the real thing. Today I am going to share with you a unique tip on how to get Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 license for FREE which has not been posted at anywhere yet. Do you still remember that ComputerBild, one of the best selling German language computer magazine in Europe that is giving out free Kaspersky Security Suite CBE? Five months ago I’ve written on how to install the latest version of CBE 2009 and today it will be about CBE Win7 which is the same as Kaspersky Internet Security 2010.

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