Blink Personal - free


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Nomen Nescio

(1) ComputerWorld
http://snipurl.com/1f096

EEye Digital Security today added antivirus defenses to its free Blink
Personal Internet Security suite, which targets consumers and home-
office users.

The suite relies on multiple antivirus scanning engines and includes a
personal firewall, antispyware and antiphishing defenses, intrusion-
protection functionality and missing patch-detection skills.

A one-year subscription to Blink Personal Edition With Antivirus can be
downloaded free of charge for a limited time http://snipurl.com/1f09b .
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(2) N.N.

OK, it might suck and it might be useless, but the price is certainly
better than the definitely sucking and ultra-useless McKaspersky Anti-
Panda NortonTrend http://snipurl.com/worthlessware (or whatever the
hell.)
 
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David H. Lipman

From: "Nomen Nescio" <[email protected][127.1]>

| (1) ComputerWorld
| http://snipurl.com/1f096
|
| EEye Digital Security today added antivirus defenses to its free Blink
| Personal Internet Security suite, which targets consumers and home-
| office users.
|
| The suite relies on multiple antivirus scanning engines and includes a
| personal firewall, antispyware and antiphishing defenses, intrusion-
| protection functionality and missing patch-detection skills.
|
| A one-year subscription to Blink Personal Edition With Antivirus can be
| downloaded free of charge for a limited time http://snipurl.com/1f09b .
| ----------
| (2) N.N.
|
| OK, it might suck and it might be useless, but the price is certainly
| better than the definitely sucking and ultra-useless McKaspersky Anti-
| Panda NortonTrend http://snipurl.com/worthlessware (or whatever the
| hell.)

They want too much personal information.

The product tries to do all, be all

Too intrusive, and very annoying.

I did NOT like it.
 
Y

Yrrah

Nomen Nescio said:
A one-year subscription to Blink Personal Edition With Antivirus can be
downloaded free of charge for a limited time http://snipurl.com/1f09b .

That's not what I would call freeware. Please note that
alt.comp.freeware is about freeware only.

Please don't crosspost again.

Yrrah
 
D

David H. Lipman

From: "Yrrah" <[email protected]>

|
| That's not what I would call freeware. Please note that
| alt.comp.freeware is about freeware only.
|
| Please don't crosspost again.
|
| Yrrah

I downloaded the software and it was free. I saw no difference (except maybe the request
for personal information) between this free for personal use software and other in its
class.

While the OP used an annonimizer, he posted properly. Cross-Posting to pertinent, On Topic,
News Groups is always preferred over Multi Posting.
 
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What's in a Name?

After much thought,David H. Lipman came up with this jewel:
They want too much personal information.

The product tries to do all, be all

Too intrusive, and very annoying.

I did NOT like it.

and does not work well on older machines!
(locked up my PII W2K laptop)

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