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Giveaway of Watchdog Anti-Malware

Posted In Antivirus - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 With No Comments »

Get a free license key of Watchdog Anti-Malware for a limited time only! This is a second-layer, second-opinion cloud-based multi-engine malware scanner designed to protect your computer from malware that your primary anti-virus misses.


Why cloud-based multi-engine scanning?

In the modern world, multi-layer security is essential to protect your valuable personal information from cyber-criminals. In 2014, more than 317 million new malware threats were released. No single engine can detect all threats, so having only one anti- virus engine is no longer sufficient. Only by using real-time, multi-engine scanning technology can you ensure that no threat goes undetected. That’s why WATCHDOG uses multiple scanning engines to keep you protected.

Improve your security

WATCHDOG Anti-Malware uses our Cloud Scanning Platform, a highly optimized cluster of servers running 6 anti-virus engines with all the latest updates. This provides you with the power of multi-engine scanning without any of the downsides such as drains on system resources or conflicts between programs. Fast scanning and malware removal WATCHDOG Anti-Malware is extremely optimized and lightweight. Our software engineers designed it to work out of the box without the need to tinker with confusing settings. Simply start a scan and wait a few minutes while it searches your computer and eliminates threats.


  • Multi-engine scanning
  • Removes unwanted apps, toolbars and add-ons
  • Very fast scanning
  • Very easy to use
  • Doesn’t slow down your PC


Watchdog Anti-Malware works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit).

Giveaway details:

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Access this giveaway page and get a free license key of Watchdog Anti-Malware.



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