So . . . no more 90-Day Trial on Smart Security (Home)?

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by MISS CHIEVOUS, Jan 2, 2008.

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  1. MISS CHIEVOUS

    MISS CHIEVOUS Registered Member

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    I can't demo a firewall product in one month (well, I can, but I won't).

    If there's no new offer for a 90-Day free trial I'll have to go with the AVG Professional available free for the first year and just keep my eyes peeled. :rolleyes:

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    You could always try contacting your local Reseller and see if they could get you an extended time to trial it ;)
     
  3. s4u

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    where did you look?
     
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    That might be true if I wasn't also using Comodo's excellent (free) firewall as my first line of defense. Since Comodo grabs about 90% of this garbage before it ever even attempts my hard drives I really could care less if this product ever becomes competitive. I never even heard about it until a few weeks ago. It isn't advertised anywhere. It isn't available in any retail store. If no one knows of your product — and an embarrassment of riches are available to you elsewhere (AVG Pro free for one year, and now I note that FRY's has Kaspersky FREE for one year with competitive upgrade) — I can afford to be magnanimous when I say Good Luck. ;)

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  7. noway

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    Before you go, could you explain to us how Comodo does this?
     
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