Christmas Gifts From Agnitum!

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by hayc59, Dec 20, 2004.

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  1. hayc59

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    Fact: Virtual criminals like hackers are especially active on holidays, flooding the Net with Denial-of-Service attacks, mass-mailing worms, Trojan horse injections and malicious Web-based scripts.
    Don't let your computer be an easy target for malicious code – protect your system with the most effective protection from Internet threats

    Special Offer!
    Buy Outpost right now and get Lifetime Upgrades for Free!

    More Info--->
    http://agnitum.com/christmas.html
     
  2. Unity

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    yay woot i've bought mine 10 days ago ... :blink:
     
  3. Antarctica

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    An I bought mine yesterday :mad: o_O
     
  4. FluxGFX

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    Interesting.
     
  5. Blackcat

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    Does this mean all future version upgrades?

    In other words, if we take up this special offer, this one-time payment will mean that the program is provided free for 'life'?
     
  6. Edwin024

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    That's what I think. And I find it a disgrace that I don't seem to get it! I bought Outpost less than FIVE days ago!!!
     
  7. steverio

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    o_O
    So this could be a benefit for existing licensed OP users too? If each year upgrades costs you 1/2 of the original license price at $20, then purchasing another license at this special offer will save you money starting after the 2nd year using $40 worth (original price). More comments at the:

    OP Forum
     
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  8. nameless

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    Don't feel too bad; this would be the first time that I, personally, have not been on the bad end of this sort of offer. That is, I've always been in your position. (Never mind how many times I've paid for a bit of shareware that later turned to freeware.)

    Some you win, some you lose, I guess. Can't hurt to email them anyway, to ask...
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    So I guess new users have the choice between a 50% competitive upgrade ($20), and a full-price license with lifetime upgrades ($40).
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  9. dom424

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    I am going for it. Don't need it now but will sometime in the future. It's to good to pass up.
     
  10. Edwin024

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    Well, I have bought this lifetime license. Just five days after buying the Outpost fw in their special half price action..... They kind of tricked us with this new xmas action. We can trick them while paying. Just look at the money rates ;)
     
  11. Blackcat

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    Looks a good price unless you live in the UK.

    Price here with a Local Tax is $76 :'(

    We cannot it seem take advantage of the Stirling/Dollar exchange rate :'( :'( :'(

    Anyone know whether we Europeans can obtain a license in dollars?
     
  12. Edwin024

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    That's what I did and it is possible... That's also what I meant by my posting. Pounds are also more worth than dollars. So get crazy :)
     
  13. Blackcat

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    Edwin,

    can you let me in on your secret?

    pm me if you need to!
     
  14. TheQuest

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    Hi, Blackcat

    It not that much!

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     

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