Free 1 year Panda Internet Security 2010 License

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Previously we shared a promo about how to get 3 months Panda Internet security 2010 License. Toady we are sharing a promotional offer which will give you $59.95 worth 1 year Panda Internet Security 2010 (1 PC) License for Free.

This Promo is set by Microsoft & Panda to Celebrate the launch of Windows 7 on October 22.

About Panda Internet Security 2010
Panda Internet Security 2010 is a security suite that lets you use the Internet with complete peace of mind. It protects you from viruses, spyware, rootkits, hackers, online fraud, identity theft and all other Internet threats. The anti-spam engine will keep your inbox free from junk mail while the Parental Control feature ensures your children can use the Web safely. And thanks to the new Collective Intelligence technology, the solution is now much faster than previous versions.

System Specifications:
Minimum Processor Requirement: 300MHz or above
Minimum RAM Requirement: 128MB
Storage Requirement: 275MB free hard drive space
OS : Windows XP (32-bit) or Windows Vista (32- or 64-bit)


How to get 1 yr Panda IS 2010 License for Free

  • 1.On 10/22/09 visit this web page and register an account.
  • 2.You will receive an free activation code for 1 year panda IS 2010 License.
  • 3.Download Internet Security 2010 from Panda website
  • I think the rest of the (activation) process, you can do it on your own way.

Note:This is a 24 hrs promotional offer which will begin on October 22, 2009(PDT), so wait for 22/10 and grab the free offer


This offer is now Live, just visit below link ,then click “Register” button.

Panda Is 2010

Update 2 : This offer now expired

    *Please note this offer is only valid to U.S. residents only

    plz provide a US proxy  this offer is not worth missing on !

  2. will this qork on vista as well. What i mean is it a promo celebration 07 or is it strictly for 07

  3. i downloaded panda IS 2010 on October 22.
    i haven’t got a key yet.
    i am from India & had submitted gmail account.
    Do u have any idea, Ramakanth ?