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    Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 Giveaway


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    Kaspersky 2009

     

    Listen to podcast number 13 for all the details about Kaspersky Internet Security 2009.  Kaspersky has been gracious enough to allow me to give away a couple of copies of their new product.  To be eligible you simply need to register with the homeservershow.com and post a comment to this blog post.  If you are already registered with the site you only need to post a comment.  Register here.

     

    Increase your chances by listening to Ian Dixon's podcast at thedigitallifestyle.com Ian will also be giving away a few copies.

     

    I plan on doing the drawing in two weeks so stay tuned to future episodes for more information!

     

    In the mean time, head over to Kaspersky.com and downlaod a free trial of their lastest product and listen to show 13 for more details.  Thank you Kaspersky.

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    I just saw this great offer and I am also watching this blog frequently. I can say that I know Kaspersky Anti Virus and it is a trusted brand you can rely on.

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    Keep up the good work with the podcast Dave! I would love to get my hands on a free copy of Kaspersky Internet Security 2009.

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    Great offer! Great program/suite! Secure your Homeserver data with Kaspersky!!!

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    Great offer, can't wait to listen to your new podcast.

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    Neato - I also have Kaspersky on my home system and it works well. It's much faster than Norton (at least the last version of Norton that I finally got fed up with).

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    Keep up the good work with the podcast Dave! I would love to get my hands on a free copy of Kaspersky Internet Security 2009. Using Google Reader sure makes things easier to find new blog posts! :)

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    Hi Dave, Thanks for your emails regarding my question on syncronizing the backup in WHS PowerPack 1. As MS has not made this possible, I will run a scheduled batch file from one of client computers on a daily basis. By the way - I heard your reference to my email in show 12. Cool! Please keep up the excellent work. I look forward to each show. Please put me in for a chance at the Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 Giveaway. This sounds like a great product for my (and all other) Windows Home Server. Best regards, Brett Surrey, British Columbia Canada

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    Dave, Thanks for making the show. It's one of the few podcasts outside of the TWiT network that I listen to. I'd love to get a copy of Kaspersky. Thanks again, Derron

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    I have tried the McAfee server anti-virus trial offered via the HP MediaSmart download. I am NOT impressed. I am looking for alternatives. Thanks for the comparative data you have about alternatives.

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    I love the show Dave! Can't wait 'til the next one! Would love a chance to get Kaspersky! -- jpearl

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