This post brought to you by Sunbelt Software. All opinions are 100% mine.
When it comes to virus protection software you CAN have too much of a good thing. Ask anyone who has made the mistake of downloading more than one of the major McNortonMicro packages and had their computer rendered useless.
If you’re a Windows-based blogger looking to fend off the junk without compromising the speed of your computer, you need Vipre. (Read on for a chance to win a one-year subscription for FREE!) This light-weight software keeps viruses, adware, spyware, worms, rootkits and more away from your machine – all without the bloat!
Not tech savvy? Fear not. Even your great grandfather will understand the simple notification notices. And if you do get tripped up, free tech support is right around the bend. Not crappy tech support, but 24-hour U.S.-based phone support.
Vipre only requires a minimum of 512 MB, but let’s be honest – if that’s what you’re running – it’s time for an upgrade!
A 30-day money-back guarantee ensures that – unlike a major virus attack – you have recourse! Don’t like what you see? Vipre will refund your money. No questions asked. Malware removal assistance.
VIPRE’s FirstScan™ is the initial step to getting your computer out of harm’s way. Running at boot time. FirstScan bypasses Windows, directly scanning the hard drive for malware and removing infections when found.
Active Protection works inside the Windows kernel, providing real-time monitoring.
And if you’re worried about those silly forwards that your friends email you, with Vipre, you can open them as you please. Comprehensive protection protects against viruses spread via email.
The price drops with each computer that your protect, so why not get Vipre on all of your computers.
This product should improve your upload/download times. Vipre runs so quietly in the background that you won’t even know it’s there. But CyberCrooks beware – this stuff is the real deal.
We’re giving away a 1-year download of VIPRE Software. Interested? Leave a comment below on your worst experience with anti-malware security, email security, data retention, and malware analysis tools. One random person will snag the prize. Good luck!