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Free Avast Internet Security License

Get a Free avast Internet Security license today and save $39.99. Just follow as below.

<— EDIT :

As Original posted Links mentioned have expired, but this Anti-virus is free for 1 Year.

Step 1:

Download and Install the software from the link.

http://files.avast.com/iavs5x/setup_av_free.exe

Step 2:

If software is installed, Download the license and click on the license file it will install the license automatically

http://www.multiupload.com/CXTA5O2DCN (Thanks to scrimshaw )

***if your already using Avast free . Just click on the registration link in the email you get , or got step 2. run or save the licence file , click on the licence file and it will install the licence automaticly and update the free version to the full suite

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Get a Free avast Internet Security license today and save $39.99. Just go to registration page enter your name and e-mail. After registering, you will receive an e-mail with your personal link.

The link next to " Registrierungsdatei " in your e-mail will be your license key.

License is valid until Apr 18, 2012
The link is from their German site and applies to the en-US version of their Trial for Avast Internet Security.

Registration Page:http://www.my-avast.de/AVAST-Aktion-com-so-gehts

Translated Page:

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=...

OR Direct links as follows.

Step 1:

Download and Install the software from the link.

http://files.avast.com/iavs5x/setup_av_free.exe

Step 2:

If software is installed, Download the license from Avast, Germany and click on the license file it will install the license automatically

http://www.my-avast.de/aktion/AVAST/down/license-com-so-geht...

3.reboot.

***if your already using Avast free . Just click on the registration link in the email you get , or got step 2. run or save the licence file , click on the licence file and it will install the licence automaticly and update the free version to the full suite

Translated Page:

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=...

Google Translated text of the email received :

Quote :
AVAST-use users love / prefer AVAST users

Thank you for your registration.

With this link you can download your personal registration file.

Registry File: http://www.my-avast.de/aktion/AVA...-gehts.zip

Com's article goes like this: http://www.globell.com/aktion/Com...ast_IS.pdf

The program activation you please save this file onto your desktop or in My Documents, where you can find this file again.

Licensing can be done in different ways, you have to the software avast! Internet Security directly from the DVD issue of the magazine com! So user's will.

Once you start the software installation you will be guided through a setup wizard through the installation. You will be asked in the further course of installation for a valid license file. Now you just need to select the directory where you saved the downloaded license file. This license information is read directly from the installation.

You should download avast! Internet Security have been installed as a demo, the licensing is done directly in the program. For this you should already described above, download the license file, and save. To carry out the licensing, you first open the software and select the tab "Administration" menu "subscription" from. There appears "to insert license file" in the window of a button. This window allows you to click and find the path where you saved the license file. Once you have selected your license file, you will be asked by the program whether you want to paste the license information. This you can confirm with "YES" and the process is completed.

It is also possible the license file with an already installed demo version directly read. This works on the license file you saved previously. Just select the license file with a left mouse click and then press the right mouse button. Once the menu appears, move the mouse on the menu item "Open With" and select "aswChLic.." After you have made your selection, you will be asked whether you want to insert the license file and confirm this with "Yes". Now the process is closed.

Once your license file has been read correctly, including the subscription information, your valid license period are displayed.

We hope that this guide an aid in the licensing of your avast! Internet Security have been to and wish you a safe time with your AVAST software.


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Comments (Closed)

  • +3 votes

    different to there virus scan? i use there home "free version" nothing but +'s for avast…

    • +3 votes

      Yes. Includes many extra features, like a proper firewall.

      Even the Pro version of the AV has more features than the Free version.

      • +1 vote

        Did it thanks OP.

        Looks pretty much exactly the same as the free version I already had.
        Can't see any Firewall…

  • +5 votes
    • We hope that this guide an aid in the licensing of your avast! Internet Security have been to and wish you a safe time with your AVAST software

    Love translations :-)

    "all your bases are belong to us"

  • +2 votes

    Free is always good, can't complain at all.

  •  

    Does this work for Avast 6 ?

  • +6 votes

    Just use Microsoft Security Essentials. More secure and compatible than Avast! or AVG. And also completely free.

    •  

      I dont agree on that….
      What other Suite Gives you a sandbox mode? Nothing is more secure than that….

      •  

        Sandbox mode?

        For x64 OSes as well?

        I've had trouble finding a sandbox program for a 64 bit system :(

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          I have a 64bit system and use the free home Avast and since a recent ungrade/update thing (still with the free version) I have noticed it asking me to open/run some progs in Sandbox. So yeah it must have been added in that upgrade.

        • +3 votes

          Comodo Internet Security (Has sandbox, firewall, antivirus all the bells and whistles) yes is FREE

          http://www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/free-internet-s...

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          +1 to Comodo!!!

    • +3 votes

      I much prefer Avast! over MSE. Not sure why, but MSE seems to make my netbook lag a bit more than usual.

      Also Avast! has more features, asides from being completely free as well…

    • +2 votes

      1 - Avast and AVG free can install on more systems than MSE due to wider OS compatibility (they can install with different levels of Service Pack and Windows 2000).
      2 - MSE is anti-virus with a slight (if rarely useful) malware detection component. Avast Internet Security is a full IS package, including spam filter, firewall, built in SSL email security, the ability to run suspicious programs in a virtual environment etc. MSE is not "more secure".

    • +1 vote

      I agree MSE is good enough for most people and absolutely free.

  •  

    could i save these files and use them next year for example? or is it activating it until a certain date?

    • +3 votes

      The license is set to expire at a certain date. If you activated them on Jan 2012 for example, it will still expire on April 2012. You may as well use it ASAP.

      •  

        thanks for the reply, just bought NIS! :(

  •  

    I use Avast already at the moment and I've been having issues with malware (been using MalWares Anti-malware scanner and it keeps on detecting things). Maybe a better Avast might help.

    • +1 vote

      If the infections are not being cleared out completely, it may mean that MalwareBytes is not removing the root cause of the problem and that an unidentified infection is still lurking about. In which case you may need to manually debug and get rid of it using a specialized malware remover or HijackThis.

      http://www.kaspersky.com/virus-removal-tools
      http://free.antivirus.com/hijackthis/

      •  

        Yeah I might have to go post my Hijackthis log somewhere…

        •  

          Try Super AntiSpyware… I find it is much better at detecting and most importantly removing malaware than Malaware AntiM.

  • +3 votes

    sweet, been using avast! free anti virus for a year, my laptop boots faster with it than with AVG
    thanks op

  •  

    work for a mac?

    • +1 vote

      k just checked, no it doesnt. sorry!

    • +1 vote

      why you need AV for mac?

      •  

        A) Stop viruses spreading to directly linked pcs or via email (some mac viruses have been known to spread to pcs like this) and B) mac's aren't completely immune to viruses and so on, it's just a lot less common.

        •  

          The less popular an OS the less morons are likely to write bugs for them.
          All OS's are vulnerable to bugs.

  •  

    http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/ondret/av...

    This is the latest Anti-virus detection report from av-comparatives.org that gives you an idea of which Anti-virus software works well in terms of detection.

    The site also has reports for other tested features of anti-virus software.

    Just some light reading if you're interested

    —edit—

    Just realised AVAST! is in the February test.

    http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/ondret/av...

  •  

    how does commodo go up against avast.. i use it now, free.. but if avast is betterer…

    •  

      better means better already no need to add another er (betterer) to be better
      :)

      • -1 vote

        I know.. Me being me. .. Wasn't aware the grammar sherrif was in town! lol

        • +1 vote

          lucky that I did not say that I thought that it was gooder.

      •  

        Wow - great catch. You're the bestest there are!

  •  

    When I try to unzip the file from step two I can't seem to get it open. Something wrong?

    •  

      I had the same problem, got around it by following the advice in the OP's description:

      "To carry out the licensing, you first open the software and select the tab "Administration" menu "subscription" form. There appears "to insert license file" in the window of a button. This window allows you to click and find the path where you saved the license file. Once you have selected your license file, you will be asked by the program whether you want to paste the license information. This you can confirm with "YES" and the process is completed"

  • +1 vote

    Avast- I believe the best AV program around at the moment

    •  

      Best free one, you mean? It only manage to get 2 stars out of 3 in the AV-Comparatives tests done in Feb 2011 (due to it's large numbers of false positives), but it's still pretty damn impressive for a free product.

      •  

        Regardless of the false positives, it still in the top 3 in regards to virus detection.

    • +2 votes

      I disagree, as scrimshaw said Avast is probably the best free AV.
      For paid check out the charts below.
      http://chart.av-comparatives.org/chart2.php choose from Jan to Jun and you can see the top detection rates are…
      1. F Secure (99.2%)
      2. Bitdefender & Symantec (99.1%)
      3. G Data (98.9%)
      4. Trend Micro & Panda (98.6%)
      5. Eset (98.2%)
      Using Norton 2012, very happy with it.

  • +2 votes

    Awesome work, I was using the free version, now upgraded, cheers.

    • +1 vote

      same. works!

  •  

    Well I use MSE, k.i.s.s, more software you add the slower your system gets, why MS created an antivirus instead of just patching the security holes I'll never know, nor why the hell Windows defender keeps updating when I have MSE installed, damn forgot my Kubuntu CD at work!

    I'll be happy when MS releases Office and Apple iTunes for Linux, until then Im stuck with Windows

    •  

      You shouldn't have two antiviruses running. Choose one and disable the others real time protection and only use it for on demand. Microsoft does patch security holes as soon as they are discovered. You think they like their os having viruses?

      •  

        If MS did there wouldn't be a need for av software :-p and I didn't say anything about running multiple av soft, Windows defender comes standard with Windows 7

  • +1 vote

    Thanks. Timely post, my license expired last week. Quick and easy. All I needed was to install the license and it automatically updated :)

  • +1 vote

    A great find OP, thank you. I cannot fault Avast. I've tried a few other free anti-virus (AV) programs, and found that Avast did not slow my computer and, so far, had not given me any false alerts. Just remember that if you are downloading a new AV program, you will need to first uninstall the old AV program. I found the reviews on Cnet very helpful (link below). Thanks again, very happy.

    http://www.cnet.com.au/search/antivirus+review.htm

  • +3 votes

    Yes Great!!!! Thanks OP for going to soooo much trouble. Safely installed (my AVG expired today!)

    :)

  •  

    Has anyone else had issues with Windows Live mail since installing Avast? I can't compose or reply to messages anymre

  •  

    is this internet security or just anti virus… cant seem to see firewall

  •  

    Could be unrelated, but a restart after installing, I couldn't connect to the web anymore and I couldn't turn on Real Time protection. It was strange…

  •  

    It's not working anymore? I can't get access to the license file

  • -1 vote

    Website seems to be down at the moment.

    • +5 votes

      For those wanting the license key (which was removed from the site)

      http://www.multiupload.com/CXTA5O2DCN

      They most likely got rid of the promotion already, so there's no guarantee that it may work. This was supposed to be only for the magazine subscribers anyway.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks can confirm it works!
        Just used it after I already had installed it the night before.
        Expiry 18/4/2012. Very happy.
        Thanks again.

        • +1 vote

          just used it. Still working as well !!! Thanks heaps

      • +1 vote

        Thanks man, works for me! Cheers!!

      • +1 vote

        it works, thanx

  •  

    If you are paranoid about your system security then test it here. It's called Shields Up …
    https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2