Thanks to CNET, they shared the following offer well worth checking out. You may have already heard of the Education friendly CloudAntivirus from Panda, but now they are offering their Pro version at no cost! (Read my write-up on it). For now, here’s a brief overview:
Panda Cloud Antivirus is not only free for home users. It’s also free for education. In order to install it into multiple PCs, simply create an account and install into all PCs using the same account.
Source: Pedro Bustamante, Panda Senior Research Advisor
While this Pro offer certainly doesn’t appear to be on the table for schools, it is out there for those of you who DO use it on personal machines, etc.
Note that this offer expires on Monday, November 1, 2010 at 5:00 PM Pacific time (whatever that is).
Thanks to the C-NET folks for sharing the info!!
After you click a few times, you’ll get your activation code and see this message:
If you already have Panda Cloud Antivirus Free Edition installed, simply open it and enter the Activation Code provided above to unlock the Pro version.
If you don’t have Panda Cloud Antivirus installed yet, download it here: http://download.cnet.com/Panda-Cloud-Antivirus-Free-Edition/3000-2239_4-10914099.html?part=dl-55967&subj=dl&tag=button and then enter your Activation Code.
Once you have installed Panda Cloud Antivirus, simply open the program (by double-clicking on the Panda bear traybar icon) and then click on the “Upgrade to Panda Cloud Antivirus Pro” link in the program. Then simply copy and paste or enter the Activation Code and hit OK. This will convert Panda Cloud Antivirus Free Edition into the Pro Edition and unlock the pro-only features.
If you have any questions about activating your product, please check out our forum here:www.cloudantivirus.com/forum.
But if you’d rather not install, check out this post by MakeUseOf on 7 free online virus scanners.
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