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[PC, Mac] Free: 2-20+ Years License of AVG Internet Security 2020


Was trying to get anti-virus on my Mac, and found this expired deal: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/534778

Turns out it's not expired, and it gave me 23 years of antivirus for free. Enjoy!

The other two codes are posted below:

License Key #1: FN357Q-HYYCZ2-4PC836
License Key #1: CLXRDA-DUY5F2-5QL7ZW

Edit: To activate, open the app —> preferences —> subscriptions —> enter the code —> activate. It should tell you how long your license is for. If it doesn't work, try the other codes.

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  • You absolutely do not need AVG in 2020… Especially not on a Mac.

  • How do you use the code?

    • Open the app, go to preferences, click subscriptions, enter the code, activate. Should tell you how long your licence is.

  • Free crapware.

  • Tried all three codes and failed.

    "Incorrect Code. Please try again or sign in with your AVG ACCOUNT

  • Thanks but this is not a bargain for me.

    AVG installed itself to my computer without my approval. That's hacking to me, let alone 23 years!

    Thanks but no thanks!

  • Just an FYI for people unaware, AVG is basically the same product as Avast (just with a different skin on it). AVG was acquired by Avast in 2016. https://support.avg.com/answers?id=9060N000000TsFrQAK

    • Thank you for telling me this

    • Free AVAST spying on you. Not what you would expect from an antivirus

      • I don't trust any AV software and I don't need any. The first thing I do after received a new computer is to uninstall AV software preinstalled.

        Simply apply the same principal to any OS you use and you are unlikely to need AV software ever: always use lowest privilege if possible by using standard user account by default and escalate when necessary. If you feel something is dodgy, don't do it or proceed with caution by using sandbox or VM.

        • Do you use Microsoft Windows or Linux or other OS? Unfortunately every man-made technology is also hackable, even sandbox / VM, a browser like Tor are also hackable. If some hackers or some people in a (Central) Intelligence Agency or other government agencies want to try hard enough to spy on us or hack into our system, they can.

          • @El Psy Kongroo: I've been using quite a few OSes, as you mentioned, MS Windows, Linux, FreeBSD etc. It does not matter which OS to use, but how you use it. If you do it right, even you do get hacked, in most of the cases, the damage will be pretty limited and can easily fixed. My suggestion was for most ordinary people. And if you are some kind of VIP that draw attentions of government agencies, then you'd better stay offline or use some OS tailored for advanced protection that persists nothing by default. And again, in such case, installing AV software almost equivalent to invite them home.

            • @cliffj: I don't know why you got downvoted just from giving a decent advice. I obviously didn't neg you (I think you can see my upvote). Anyway, it's unfortunate that most people (ordinary people) don't even realise how easy it is for their computers or phones to be hacked into. I'm sure a solid mass surveillance system has been implemented. Not that we can do much about it anyway unfortunately.

              • @El Psy Kongroo: Well, the thing is that novice knows something but not much tend to believe he/she knows everything and apparently my advice was different from what they thought. Never mind, I've been there. It does not matter much we know, we can only help someone who really knows what we were talking about.

  • Isn't this a virus in itself thou?

  • Would rather stick to ESET or Kaspersky for $20 a year

  • 23 years?
    They'll surely have a vaccine by then.

  • Avast and AVG collect and sell your browsing history: What you need to know - from Tomsguide :(


  • I recommend people avoid this. AVAST is notoriously garbage, likewise with AVG - their data collection policies are atrocious.

    Just in case people didn't know, CCleaner which is not something i personally use but i know a lot of people do use it, is also owned by AVAST and the first thing AVAST did was force people who had previously purchased "lifetime" licenses from Piriform, to upgrade. Recommend you uninstall and learn how to clear your own temp files or use the Windows 10 in-built stuff which pretty much takes care of most of it anyway.

    edit: No offence to the deal poster though :P

    • No wonder CCleaner became crap..

      What are the programs that come with win10?

      I know how to do it but prefer the convenience

  • Stick to Comodo.

  • Bitdefender FTW