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Guide to get FREE G-Data Internet Security 2014 for 120 days

Posted In Antivirus, Security - By Techtiplib on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 With No Comments »

G-Data Internet Security 2014 uses the brand-new CloseGap technology to provide the best possible instant protection against viruses, hacking, spam… The active hybrid protection also covers regional threats; the firewall works quietly in the background and does not slow you down when gaming. The parental controls protect your children from inappropriate websites.

What are new features: 1). Active hybrid protection with CloseGap technology to close security gaps; 2). Autostart Manager accelerates startup – boot up as you did on the first day; 3). Completely re-engineered user interface for intuitive use – no software manual required.

What are improved: 1). New BankGuard technology for secure banking and online shopping; 2). Behavior monitoring protects against unknown viruses.

Other highlights: 1). Integrated spam protection protects against web-based attacks and infected email; 2). Additional real-time data comparison in the cloud protects against false positives; 3). Recommended by gamers: Top protection and high-performance with no annoying pop-ups; 4). Saves resources thanks to fingerprinting, idle scanning, and active hybrid protection; 5). Service Center: We are there to assist you; 6). Protect your Android™ smartphone or tablet against viruses as well as mobile threats.

How to get FREE 120 days of G-Data InternetSecurity 2014?

Step 1: Download and install G-Data Internet Security 2012 for 120 day trial

Here the link:…araVirusi.exe

Step 2: Download the installer of G-Data InternetSecurity 2014

Here the link:

Download G Data Internet Security 2014

Install the G-Data IS 2014 without uninstall G-Data IS 2012, and its gonna ask you to “update from 2012 to 2014”!

Step 3: Restart your PC and have 120 days trial of G-data IS 2014.


Source: Malwaretips

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