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Security Undate CD

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by jdemnyan1116, Apr 22, 2004.

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  1. jdemnyan1116

    jdemnyan1116 Thread Starter

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    Ordered my CD about 5 days ago and it arrived today. Haven't messed with it cause I'm up to date, just go it incase I redue everything. It comes with a trial version (one year) of a firewall and antivirus. Its called Etrust EZ armor LE. Don't know about it, I use norton for both. Its from Computer Associates, I had a free version of their antivirus about 3 yrs ago and it worked fine. Maybe someone looking for a free firewall and antivirus should send for the CD, Its free. Didn't take long to get it. There is an website for it, called my-eTrust.com. This is just for anyone interested in a virus program, firewall and the CD.
     
  2. dr_cool_j

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    ive been using EZ trust since septish when they launched the
    1 yr free trial

    Thier firewall is Zonealarm rebranded

    its now the free version but
    when i sighned up i got Zonealarm pro
    hehehe

    its good im very happy with it
     
  3. jdemnyan1116

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    Thanks for the reply. Have 10 more paid months of Norton, never had an ounce of problem.
     
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