Giveaway: BullGuard Internet Security 12

We are delighted to announce our giveaway of 10 licenses of BullGuard Internet Security 12 for the readers of TWC. BullGuard Internet Security is a complete internet security solution which protects you and your Windows computer from online threats like identity theft, credit card fraud, hackers, spam, viruses and spyware, and the only internet security product focusing exclusively on the end-user.

With features covering very eventuality, you don’t need to worry about your digital safety ever again, and with 5 GB online backup and a 3 PC licence on top of all that security, you’re covered on all fronts.

The Internet Security Suite includes Antivirus; Antispyware; Antiphishing; Firewall; Spamfilter; Backup; Support; Gaming Mode; Social Media Protection; Behavioural Detection; Safe Browsing; Vulnerability Scanner; Password Protection; Parental Control and PC Tune Up.

Bullguards malware detection scores are way above industry average, placing them among the top security software vendors in the world – as demonstrated over and over again by extensive independent testing by Virus Bulletin, AV Comparatives and AV-test Labs.

BullGuard Internet Security 12 now comes with Parental Control and PC Tune Up. These were added to the already extensive list of features. It includes Online Backup – 5GB of free online storage space – and a Vulnerability Scanner.

To win a 3 PC license of BullGuard Internet Security 12 simply Tweet the following via your Twitter account or share this post on Facebook.

Giveaway: 10 licenses of @BullGuard Internet Security 12 @TheWindowsClub http://bit.ly/v87QsM

The names of the lucky 10 winners will be announced after 7 days.

You can download BullGuard Internet Security 12, 1 year, 5 GB online backup, 3 PC licence from here if you want to try it out. The lucky 10 winners can always use their license to register the copy later on.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.