Giveaway: 10 licenses of Immunet Protect Plus Cloud AntiVirus

We are pleased to offer 10 licenses of  Immunet Protect Plus Cloud AntiVirus free of cost to the readers of The Windows Club. A cloud-based antivirus software does not store the virus definitions on your Windows computer.  Rather than using your computer’s processing power, this cloud based antivirus sends data about malicious files to Immunet’s servers for analysis.

This approach is intended to take advantage of the latest signatures without the need for signature-database updates. It leverages the speed of cloud computing to deliver real-time protection to your Windows PC. It protects you against over 13 million viruses and thousands of new threats daily without requiring you to download another virus detection file again.

Immunet offers a free version too! But Immunet Protect Plus offers you the additional feature of offline scanning. It this  fully protects you, even when you are disconnected from the Immunet Cloud for any reason. Moreover it has an Advanced Detection and Removal module for rootkits, spyware, adware, OS exploits, cookies, scripts, and viruses found on USB keys, along with some advanced scanning and scheduling options.

The Plus product has a full traditional detection engine in addition to the cloud engine.  As a result it will achieve the same detection efficacy that you would see with today’s market leaders.

Immunet Protect Plus is great for mobile workers, students, those using USB keys, and anyone who does not have a dedicated Internet connection.

Do check it out at its Home Page now !

Immunet Protect Plus costs $19.95 but 10 licenses are being offered to TWC readers for Free! To win a license simply Tweet the following and post its status url here.

Giveaway: 10 licenses of  @Immunet Protect Plus Cloud AntiVirus at @TheWindowsClub

Alternatively you may share this offer on Facebook or any other social networking site, blog or forum and post its URL here. The offer will close in 5 days and the winners will be selected randomly.

If you are a member of The Windows Club Forum, with over 10 posts to your credit, you may simply post your profile page url here.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, 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.