Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Wicked Cool Review with a Promo Code: Immunet

 





Let me just start by saying that I know pretty much nothing about computer viruses and virus protection. My bro-in-law, the family "computer geek" takes care of all that for me.

However, I was recently contacted by a company that wants to keep your computer safe from zombies, bots, and worms this Halloween. 


Immunet offers a FREE companion software download that doesn’t just keep your computer safe – but it ensures your network – your friends, family, neighbors, your child’s school – whoever is connected to you in the Immunet community – is protected.  It can be used in addition to whatever you get from your Internet provider or came with your computer.

Unlike traditional antivirus products, which reside on PC hard drives and take between one and 14 days to gather, analyze and deliver updates - often after the threat has mutated, Immunet identifies viruses in real-time and continually delivers antivirus protection via and Internet connection to its community of Immunet Protect users.  Immunet Protect is up to 35 times lighter than traditional antivirus solutions, which take up between 100 and 350 megabytes of disk space and causes performance slowdowns.  In contrast, Immunet Protect uses only 10 megabytes of disk space and causes performance slowdowns.  In contrast, Immunet Protect uses only 10 megabytes of space, to keep PCs running at optimal speeds.

Since its debut last year nearly 600,000 people have downloaded Immunet Protect Free in over 192 countries, including Vatican City, to protect their Microsoft® Windows® desktop PCs. Extremely lightweight (up to 35 times smaller than competing products), fast and compatible with other market leading security software, Immunet Protect 2.0 received a 4.5 star rating from CNET.

BONUS: Use promo code OCTOBER to get 25% off the upgraded Immunet Protect Plus product between now and Oct 31.   

More information about this product can be found on Immunet's website, Facebook page, and twitter page.

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