Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by sm1, Sep 10, 2011.
@cryostasis23,about postponing the activation ...
I though total protection uses two engines? But I checked mine and its only running Argon engine? Am I missing something or option that needs to be enabled?
Same here (Trustport USB AV ).
I got this e-mail from Trustport
We would like to thank you for playing the TrustPort Encryption Game, and we are
sure that your free 1 yr TrustPort Total Protection 2012 license will offer
unbeatable protection for your computer.
I do not see the license code. It was not sent in the e-mail. How do I get a code?
I played the game, and won a key to TTS 2012 last night. The key and a download link were displayed directly on the face of the finished game.
I tried this when the 'Giveaway' started, but I couldn't get the game to play.
However, I did get an automated reply to an email I sent about the problem... but never got a key. Nevermind...I think I can do without.
I installed it on my dad's laptop because his norton was running out. Ugh! It took 88K on idle for one of the processes. I think it was running 2 processes at the time. That's pretty heavy if you ask me. It also slowed down web browsing a good bit. Instead I put on outpost security suite that I got a few months ago. That is running like a dream.
Yes,it´s working,but to register it with TP TotProt key,one should go kinda backwards...One should plug in already formed and registered (with TP TotProt giveaway key) version of TrustPort USB AV,than install trial version of AV and use the "import license" function to register it.License shall be imported from the USB.
So,no TotProt,but hallo to BitDefender + AVG.
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