DefenseWall 50% off May 15th

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by 0strodamus, May 8, 2010.

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  1. 0strodamus

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  2. jmonge

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    good deal:D
     
  3. buckslayr

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    Thanks for the heads up.
     
  4. SIR****TMG

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    This is a very good deal indeed
     
  5. EscapeVelocity

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    Yes it is!
     
  6. Blackcat

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    Great if you can update this version but not so great if you cannot; particularly as the 3.02 version of DefenseWall will solve
    Matousec's vulnerability.
     
  7. BrendanK.

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    A 1 year license includes all updates throughout the period of the subscription ;)
     
  8. Blackcat

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    Yes, I know I am a licensed user of DW ;) :blink:

    It's just that with some of these offers it is only for the present version and no updates are possible.

    If this is a normal offer and you can update over the license period then as I stated before it is a great offer.
     
  9. demoneye

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    i upgrade to win 7 x64 so i dont care of it anymore :)
    10x for the info man
     
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  10. Ilya Rabinovich

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    That is standard offer for DW's giveaway.
     
  11. Brummelchen

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    so the deal (license) with 50% off is only valid for 3.00 and not 3.01 (if coming)?
    sorry but that would be a shame...

    for me the question is - how to compare DefenseWall with other current products
    which offer antivirus, firewall and a sandbox (eg Avast pro) and the price?
    where is the argument vs a combination of a free and paid product which
    offer more with a lower price? (maybe an annual fee for signatures)
    or let me combine two free excellent tools - where is the advantage of DW?
     
  12. Tony

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    I think Ilya means no updates for the giveaway version.

    This offer will include updates for 1 year same as the normal license.
     
  13. cgeek

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    So this offer is only valid for 3.00 and you can't ever get updates to the core application? :doubt:
     
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    for 1 year yes and if you want more time it will only cost like 12 bucks very cheap it is even cheaper than a burger king combo:D ;) :)
     
  15. Ibrad

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    Very good deal :thumb:
     
  16. Brummelchen

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    @jmonge
    i had asked a serious question and id like to have a clear answer.
    Not a comparison with appels or mcdonalds.
    What will i get for $20? (which ist NOT a giveaway - its a reduced price)
     
  17. timestand

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    I see jmonge habit very interesting. Best to ignore.

    You ask good question. I try Defensewall. Good program. But not free. But easy to use. If you want easy use program and good program then you pay for it. Money is still money and all add up. But many way to keep PC clean with no pay. Up to you.
     
  18. Tony

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    You will get 1 year license with program updates 3.01, 3.02 etc for 1 year.
    After the 1 year license has expired you will be able to use the program for lifetime but with no more updates, unless you renew (prolongate) for a reduced price of $12.95 for another 1 year of program updates.
     
  19. cgeek

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    That is good news! :thumb:
     
  20. Brummelchen

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    thank you for this clear response.

    compared with the information on the website
    it would be cheaper to buy this deal and 1 additional year when using only for 2 years.
    after that time the regular license is cheaper.

    @timestand
    there is nothing wrong with jmonge - there is some truth in his words.
    if its worth i also would pay. but in 1 or 2 years can change anything.
    i am a satisfied user with eg. eset av - and now changed to avast
    after ~4 years - both paid (if avast will survive the trial time).
    unfortunately i have no cashcow to change paid software like my underwear. :D
    when i have some more options i'd like to try DW but not this year i think :/
     
  21. jmonge

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    good price man:D
     
  22. Less

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    talk so serious .... end up not buying.....
    :thumbd: :thumbd:
     
  23. demoneye

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    pluse a nagg pop-up when os load remind you your licensee expire , till u buy new one (bad news :) )
     
  24. snowdrift

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    Is this true? You're saying DefenseWall pops up nags when its year is up?
     
  25. Ilya Rabinovich

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    Yes, DW nagging a little in order to let you know the license expired, but not too much.
     
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