Get top rated Bullguard Internet Security Suite for FREE!

Bullguard Internet Security though not well known all across the web, its a top level security suite from Denmark. The firewall technology for this product is licensed from Agnitum (Outpost Firewall) and anti-malware components from BitDefender making the final product robust enough.

bullguard-internet-security-freeThanks to Gizmo,you can Get top rated Bullguard Internet Security Suite for FREE! for 1 year.

The vendors are generously offering a full 12 month licence for Bullguard Internet Security free for all Gizmo’s Freeware visitors for two days only commencing at 00.01 PST on Thursday 5th November and closing at 23.59 PST on Friday 6th November 2009. This offer comes with full support from Bullguard.

FEATURES :

  • On-access and on-demand scanning
  • Security updates every 2 hours
  • Webfiltering for proactive website scanning
  • Rootkit detection capabilities
  • Protection against identity theft
  • A powerful firewall
  • Intrusion and transmission detection
  • Antispyware
  • Spam filter

HOW TO GET IT FOR FREE

1) Click this link:
http://www.bullguard.com/tracking.aspx?url=try%2fbullguard-internet-secu…

2) Download BullGuard Internet Security depending on your operating system from there.
(Disregard the fact that the download says “Free copy for 2 months”. Following the link directly from techsupportalert.com (GIZMO) ensures that the download provides a full, 1 year licence).

3) Install the product and enjoy it free for 1 year.

4 comments… add one

  • http://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/security/2223-bullguard-internet-security-suite.html#post15205

    To be safe I’ll say no because from my contact with Bullguard recognition for the offer depends on accessing the download only from the link which will appear here in the Hot Finds section next week. Even if this link is copied by pirates to another site you’ll still end up with a trial version so I would wait for the real thing

    • In my post i have already written that to be safe you need to follow link on GIZMO or techsupportalert.com commencing at 00.01 PST on Thursday 5th November and closing at 23.59 PST on Friday 6th November 2009

      • Hmm, giving the direct link made the confusion. You should have given the Gizmo link there instead, just a suggestion.

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