licensing for small gov agency

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by vvcamarovv, Apr 15, 2009.

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  1. vvcamarovv

    vvcamarovv Registered Member

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    I thought this was freeware but I understand it is only education and personal use - small government counts as business then? I've got about 15 machines I'm over and am looking for a freeware to combat spyware since the budget will be tight for the next few years with this depression. Any suggestions for a true free spyware solution?
     
  2. Biscuit

    Biscuit Registered Member

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    You will need to look elsewhere. Spyware Blaster will not help you much & it's licensing model is immature (no gov agencies & charities!). You can protect your systems better by instructing your users to surf the net using Firefox rather than IE.

    You can use Nod32 for your network & you will be able to get a 50% discount for a government non-profit organisation. For anti-spyware look at Malwarebytes which has an email contact for not for profit organisation licensing.
     
  3. javacool

    javacool BrightFort Moderator

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    Hi,

    With respect, the information Biscuit provided is not correct.

    If you fit into one of the following categories, you can use SpywareBlaster for free:
    • Individuals (for personal and educational use)
    • Public libraries
    • Registered charities
    • Elementary or secondary schools
    • Degree-granting undergraduate and post-graduate community colleges, colleges, and universities
    In your particular case, vvcamarovv, please send an e-mail to sbbusinessuse@javacoolsoftware.com - I believe we have a solution for you. :)

    Best regards,

    -Javacool
     
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