Avast Internet Security License Giveaway: 20 Licenses to be Won

There’s no better time to do an internet security license giveaway than now. New security threats are launched every day with some penetrating even the most robust security setup. Avast Internet Security was created for stubborn threats such as the ones we have in circulation today. It is a pro-privacy app that blocks not only security threats, but also ransomware, eavesdroppers, and even bad websites.

As a pro-security website, and in a bid to help you combat these malicious security threats with the best internet security suite around: We have secured a giveaway partnership with Avast which will allow twenty of our readers get a one-year Avast Internet Security software license.
This giveaway exercise is going to run for three weeks, and Avast fully supports it. The winners are going to be contacted by email, and the license code given to them. To win a license, follow after the giveaway rules below.

Avast Internet Security Software Overview

Before diving into the giveaway rules proper, I’ll like to say a few things about Avast and Avast Internet Security suite.

Avast is a topmost vendor of security software and apps. They develop security software for homes, schools, businesses, and private organizations. Their anti-theft and mobile security app is one of the most trusted apps on Google play store while their internet security software is never missing from atop the list of best security software ranking by industry experts.

Avast Internet Security software uses machine learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), location, and malware detection technology to make sure that your devices are protected at all times. Some other striking features of Avast Internet Security software are listed below for your learning:

  • Stops viruses, spyware, spamware, malware, and other malicious threats from ruining your PC.
  • Protects your computer against dangerous/phishing websites, ransomware attacks, hackers, and malicious programs.
  • AIS Comes with an intelligent FireWall and Wi-Fi Inspector that ensures there’s absolute protection from all forms of threats.
  • Comes with pro-privacy tools that ensure there are no chances for eavesdroppers.

For more features, visit the official page of Avast Internet Security software here.

The Giveaway Rules

We are committed to making this exercise as transparent as possible. The rules are simple and straightforward:

    1. The first commenter is a winner: The first person to drop a valuable comment on this campaign is a winner. The comment could be about his/her avast experience, reasons for wanting to use Avast, etc.
    2. The two best commenters are winners: On the close of this giveaway, we’ll go through the comments and pick two excellent/thoughtful comments for the price. To win from here, drop valuable comments on why you’d need Avast Internet Security software for your PC protection.
    3. Other winners would be chosen from the giveaway widget below: This is a massive internet security giveaway campaign. You can use the widget below to participate and stand a chance to win a valid license code for Avast Internet Security software.

Giveaway Update: Tuesday, March 5th, 2019.  This giveaway is now ended, and winners have emerged. All the 20 winners have been contacted to claim/accept their prize(s). Thanks again for devoting your time to participate in this internet security giveaway event.

10 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for sharing this article sir.

    Avast is really a good security company, I have been using their free anti-virus app and it works fine, though limited to some extent. I’d love to use this Internet security from the company. So, I hope to be among the winners of this Internet security.

  2. Avast has been my number 1 Internet security since 2013, crushing all forms of malware. I have no worry browsing with a PC with Avast installed because they have got my back covered.

    I personally do a lot of stuff with avast ranging from altering the rules for a specific purpose.

    Also, Avast is not as heavy as other antiviruses that do hang one’s PC.

    One of my PC Avast just expired.

    With this Avast key, I can get on board and browse the Internet without fear of the unknown.

    There are two Internet security, Avast and others.

    Hala Avast!

  3. Thank you for this wonderful campaign with Avast Security. I am very happy to take part in this promotional campaign. I have used Avast security product in the past.

    I really like Avast protection techniques through different modes of protection, the Avast Hardened mode. It is like a “Parental control” feature, for executable files. This mode allow or deny exe files based on their reputation & secured status thereby harmful files do not get to run. This is very useful for novice users. 2 settings can be chosen: Moderate or Aggressive .

    Avast will notify you with a pop-up labelled as “Program blocked” with further details of the application’s filename and location.

    Avast can also lockdown its core functions, to protect from misuse, via a password
    locked setting. This means Settings cannot be tampered deliberately by inexperienced users or disabled by other malicious software.

    As a previous Avast user it is important to create an Avast Account for FREE to monitor and manage the status of PC remotely. This great feature.

    I look forward to this campaign to win this great security program.

  4. Wow! I’m thrilled by your giveaway promotion. Avast is an excellent software and I’ll be happy to get it. Hopefully, I’ll be selected as one of the winners of this contest. Thank you.

  5. Hey,

    I’ve been using Avast for free for ages but keep running into security issues and would love to be able to use the full security potential that Avast Anti Virus software has. It really is great but sadly limited when using the free version which is why getting a full license could be my answered prayer for a safer PC. I really care about the safety and anti virus capabilities of my PC and Avast will help me protect my laptop and use it more efficiently.

    Regards,
    Jim.

  6. Avast is truly a vast anti-virus. The free version has been extremely beneficial to me. I will always appreciate the team that made it available. 3rd Planet Techies, you guys rock! Please let me win!!!

  7. I have been using Avast free version and it has been serving me well all these years and I have never had any reason to look for any other antivirus for my pc. I could remember sometime last year when I almost got hacked by one stupid guy, it was my avast antivirus that alerted me about the issue for me and I had to take action immediately and got the virus deleted from my pc. Avast really rocks and I am not thinking of changing anytime soon. I love avast!

  8. I have been using Avast free version and it is serving me all these years and I have never had any reason looking for any other antivirus for my pc. I could remember sometime last year when I almost got hacked by one stupid guy, it was my avast antivirus that alerted me about the issue for me and I had to take action immediately and got the virus deleted from my pc. Avast really rocks and I not thinking of changing anytime soon. i love avast

  9. Hi,
    there is no privacy, our data is constantly being taken and sold so they can shell products to you…. and they can control you. We are constantly being programmed by media and society. We are bio-machines and we learn by repetition. And that is what media does, repeat and repeat until you recite it like a parrot :)

    I downgraded my windows 10 to windows 7.

    I use several security systems in windows. Currently:

    Avast free anti-virus

    Comodo Internet Security Premium 11

    Windows 10 Firewall Control

    Zemana Anti-malware

    AntiMalwareBytes free (on demand)

    Ashampoo Privacy Protector

    Glary Utilities 5 (its got spyware remover)

    ShieldApps Web-cam blocker (instead of disabling web-cam and mic in COMPMGMT.MSC as I used to do)

    Toolwiz TimeFreeze (so I can test… also comodo has a system to isolate apps)

    Revo Uninstaller Pro (many functions along with app backup)

    CCleaner

    monitoring software (loads, specific for cpu, ram, network, io…) like sysinternalssuite, YetAnotherProcessMonitor, whireshark,

    proper backup and restore solutions…

    Windows services, stop and change to manual every update, notifier, upgrade…. things that you can create a task for them or just run check for updates manually when you use the software.

    Block with firewall internet access unless is necessary, or even better manually unblock when you need to update…

    Disconnect the cable (machine switch for laptops wifi) and connect it only when you need it.

    Control over the network, wifi… (412bit password, mac protection, wps off, pwd never sent -I use keepass even in the phone and with a usb cable i can type it directly on any computer-, etc)

    Use cable (RJ45 ethernet) and switch off your AP’s wifi (i have a remote that switches on and off the wifi APs whenever i need them), use microUSB OTG ethernet adapter for phones, tablets… even a TV stick like Chromecast or Fire

    TimeFreeze, Isolation and Virtualization (now i use Oracle’s as I have no pirate software) work very well.

    As i can not afford anything nowadays (chronic Lyme and the insurance doesn’t pay, I ate my savings and now I live from borrowed money from my family and i depend on people as i can not take care of myself everyday) i look for free licenses -giveaways- but i download the software from the official site). Be careful with free stuff….

    I’ve got a list of DNS servers that i use, being Cloudfare the main ones..

    VPN: I use free ones but sadly i can reroute all my traffic through them :( I wish i had unlimited VPN data…

    Encrypted communication (telegram…)

    Encrypting data that contains sensible info.

    I literally don’t have any extensions, add-ons, etc. because obviously all your data goes through them; except for Comodo Dragon (online security pro extension) as the data is being monitored by them anyway…

    Same goes with checking every soft you install, go to settings and look for an information collection -or something like that- and uncheck that option.

    and of course: removing windows updates…

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2505438

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2506928

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2545698

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2592687

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2660075

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2670838

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2726535

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2876229

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2923545

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2952664

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2970228

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2976978

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2990214

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2994023

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3021917

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3022345

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3035583

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3050265

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3065987

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3068708

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3075249

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3080149

    –> So.. all this requires a powerful machine, i do recommend at least loads of RAM 8-16Gb and a SSD.

    BTW a premium solution like Avast is basic to have a safe system. Any program running in the background and sending data for analysis, like an internet security suite, is going to expose you, so usually the bigger is the company the more trustworthy (probably they are selling your data anyway) and the more anonymous. Also the more components (privacy,virus,malware,spyware,firewall,etc) it has the better as you can decrease the amount of programs from different companies and maybe have a suite, an anti-logger, anti-spy running in background. If you only have software from one company you are exposed only to that and not to several…

    Conclusion: unless you have complete certainty about your OS and the machine is offline you and your information are exposed to virus, malware, Trojans… So use wisely as many solutions as you can find (using some of them portable, the ones that you run on demand for example), and be smart, expose yourself as less as possible.

    I wish you all a life full of awareness, happiness, creation, evolution, and LOVE. We are part of the same system us all, our energy and our matter is constantly being mixed with the system’s, and when we die all that energy and matter goes back to it, to our beloved mother Earth :)

    PS. Sorry i know I’m missing few things but my memory is terrible, one of the symptoms is brain inflammation… I hope I’ve got a chance to win one of the giveaway licenses for Avast.Hi,
    there is no privacy, our data is constantly being taken and sold so they can shell products to you…. and they can control you. We are constantly being programmed by media and society. We are bio-machines and we learn by repetition. And that is what media does, repeat and repeat until you recite it like a parrot :)

    I downgraded my windows 10 to windows 7.

    I use several security systems in windows. Currently:

    Avast free anti-virus

    Comodo Internet Security Premium 11

    Windows 10 Firewall Control

    Zemana Anti-malware

    AntiMalwareBytes free (on demand)

    Ashampoo Privacy Protector

    Glary Utilities 5 (its got spyware remover)

    ShieldApps Web-cam blocker (instead of disabling web-cam and mic in COMPMGMT.MSC as I used to do)

    Toolwiz TimeFreeze (so I can test… also comodo has a system to isolate apps)

    Revo Uninstaller Pro (many functions along with app backup)

    CCleaner

    monitoring software (loads, specific for cpu, ram, network, io…) like sysinternalssuite, YetAnotherProcessMonitor, whireshark,

    proper backup and restore solutions…

    Windows services, stop and change to manual every update, notifier, upgrade…. things that you can create a task for them or just run check for updates manually when you use the software.

    Block with firewall internet access unless is necessary, or even better manually unblock when you need to update…

    Disconnect the cable (machine switch for laptops wifi) and connect it only when you need it.

    Control over the network, wifi… (412bit password, mac protection, wps off, pwd never sent -I use keepass even in the phone and with a usb cable i can type it directly on any computer-, etc)

    Use cable (RJ45 ethernet) and switch off your AP’s wifi (i have a remote that switches on and off the wifi APs whenever i need them), use microUSB OTG ethernet adapter for phones, tablets… even a TV stick like Chromecast or Fire

    TimeFreeze, Isolation and Virtualization (now i use Oracle’s as I have no pirate software) work very well.

    As i can not afford anything nowadays (chronic Lyme and the insurance doesn’t pay, I ate my savings and now I live from borrowed money from my family and i depend on people as i can not take care of myself everyday) i look for free licenses -giveaways- but i download the software from the official site). Be careful with free stuff….

    I’ve got a list of DNS servers that i use, being Cloudfare the main ones..

    VPN: I use free ones but sadly i can reroute all my traffic through them :( I wish i had unlimited VPN data…

    Encrypted communication (telegram…)

    Encrypting data that contains sensible info.

    I literally don’t have any extensions, add-ons, etc. because obviously all your data goes through them; except for Comodo Dragon (online security pro extension) as the data is being monitored by them anyway…

    Same goes with checking every soft you install, go to settings and look for an information collection -or something like that- and uncheck that option.

    and of course: removing windows updates…

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2505438

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2506928

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2545698

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2592687

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2660075

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2670838

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2726535

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2876229

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2923545

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2952664

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2970228

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2976978

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2990214

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:2994023

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3021917

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3022345

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3035583

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3050265

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3065987

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3068708

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3075249

    wusa /uninstall /quiet /norestart /kb:3080149

    –> So.. all this requires a powerful machine, i do recommend at least loads of RAM 8-16Gb and a SSD.

    BTW a premium solution like Avast is basic to have a safe system. Any program running in the background and sending data for analysis, like an internet security suite, is going to expose you, so usually the bigger is the company the more trustworthy (probably they are selling your data anyway) and the more anonymous. Also the more components (privacy,virus,malware,spyware,firewall,etc) it has the better as you can decrease the amount of programs from different companies and maybe have a suite, an anti-logger, anti-spy running in background. If you only have software from one company you are exposed only to that and not to several…

    Conclusion: unless you have complete certainty about your OS and the machine is offline you and your information are exposed to virus, malware, Trojans… So use wisely as many solutions as you can find (using some of them portable, the ones that you run on demand for example), and be smart, expose yourself as less as possible.

    I wish you all a life full of awareness, happiness, creation, evolution, and LOVE. We are part of the same system us all, our energy and our matter is constantly being mixed with the system’s, and when we die all that energy and matter goes back to it, to our beloved mother Earth :)

    PS. Sorry i know I’m missing few things but my memory is terrible, one of the symptoms is brain inflammation… I hope I’ve got a chance to win one of the giveaway licenses for Avast.

  10. Avast in my opinion has always been the go to security program.
    I love the sandbox built in to Avast!
    I hope to win!

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