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  1. Zone Alarm Next Generation AV - beta- 1 year free https://www.zonealarm.com/es/software/free-antivirus Now you need to click on the button to download the FREE version after which the pop-up offering the BETA version will appear I couldn't install it on my computer, it seems to be only compatible with windows 10
  2. WinX DVD Ripper Platinum Halloween Giveaway & Special Offer WinX DVD Ripper Platinum allows you to convert ISO-images of DVD-ROM drive in many formats. If this is, say, a movie, then it can be converted to MP4, H.264, AVI, HEVC, MPEG, MOV, and M2TS files. You can also convert DVD folders directly to video. You can transfer the movie to a format convenient for Apple devices and play it on your iPhone / iPad / Apple TV or even iTunes. Promo
  3. Grab The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day for free until June 9 The Uncertain is a story-driven adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Experience the mysterious vibe of each of carefully explored locations, solve diverse puzzles, make fateful decisions and discuss intriguing matters to find out the whole truth being kept from you. It's good short point & click, Sci-fi game with easy puzzles, good graphics. Sequel, 'The Uncertain: Light At The End' coming soon. https://store.steampowered.com/app/406970/The_Uncertain_Last_Quiet_Day/
  4. The fan The Fan is an interactive photo fiction with real locations and actors. Follow the story of "The Fan", a serial killer abducting women to fulfill his dark fantasies. His latest catch lies in his basement but she's not ready yet. Everything needs to be perfect for the ritual, when he'll show her "True love". The fan is a first person exploration game with a unique twist. Driven by a creepy and unsettling atmosphere, it will take you deep within the darkest places of Paris underground. Gameplay The Fan is entirely made with photos. It has a classic "point and click" feel, using only left and right click but it's closer to the recent Telltale Game series than to traditional adventures games. There are no painful mini-games or artificially inserted sliding puzzles as it is more about discovery and choices. Find out more about the Killer and his victims as the story unfolds and you may be the one to ultimately decide their fate. WARNING: The game isn't rated yet but I wouldn't recommend if if you're under 16, due to the themes and some violent sequences. https://freebies.indiegala.com/the-fan/?dev_id=freebies
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    [expired]Kerish Doctor 2020 V4.8

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    Headspace Plus Free 1 Year

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  8. Super Video Downloader - Download & Convert YouTube Videos & Songs Super Video Downloader is the simplest and best video and song download utility for YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and Dailymotion. Just copy the video URL from your browser and click the "Start Download" button, and it will download and convert the video with best quality. Software runs on PCs, Laptops, Ultrabooks or Tablets. Supported output formats: mp4, mp3, wmv, ogg and more. Features: ** Download YouTube videos HD ** Free Youtube video downloader ** Simple and easy to use interface ** Free unlimited video downloading ** Download YouTube videos Faster with all resolutions ** Multiple download resolution options ** Download HD movies (Free movies downloader) Get Super Video Downloader and start download YouTube Videos HD today. https://www.microsoft.com/ru-ru/p/super-video-downloader-download-convert-youtube-videos-songs/9n0lk7174nc8?cid=msft_web_chart&activetab=pivot:overviewtab#
  9. Flame Painter 4 (PC & Mac) Product Homepage WHAT is Flame Painter? Flame Painter is award-winning painting software, where you can paint with life-like particle brushes. Its groundbreaking Particle Systems open a whole new world of possibilities, nowhere to be found in other software. With this incredibly broad range of organic tools, you are the creator. WHO is it for? Everyone interested in digital art and design can experience industry-first innovations implemented in Flame Painter’s state-of-the-art technology. It is a must-have tool for all professional CG artists, graphic designers and photographers, but also for anyone thinking of dipping their toes into the world of digital art for the first time. Enter Promo Code: You can download Flame Painter 4 for FREE till February 29, 2020. Giveaway Page
  10. Python Programming Language: Now you can take NSA's free course for Beginners NSA releases Python course after receiving a Freedom of information Act (FOIA) request for its training materials. Developers already have numerous options from the likes of Microsoft and Google for learning how to code in the popular Python programming language. But now budding Python developers can read up on the National Security Agency's own Python training materials. Software engineer Chris Swenson filed a Freedom of information Act (FOIA) request with the NSA for access to its Python training materials and received a lightly redacted 400-page printout of the agency's COMP 3321 Python training course. Swenson has since scanned the documents, ran OCR on the text to make it searchable, and hosted it on Digital Oceans Spaces. The material has also been uploaded to the Internet Archive. There doesn't look to be anything controversial in the documents, which contains course material sessions that would take between 45 and 90 minutes to complete in a class setting. The COMP 3321 course can be completed over a "full-time, two-week block" with 10 modules covered per week. The NSA also suggests that the material could be taught at a more "leisurely pace, for instance during a weekly brown bag lunch" over several months or even over a three-day workshop. The course offers a quick introduction to Python, its creator Guido van Rossum, and what the language is suitable for, such as automating tasks, creating a web application or doing advanced mathematical research. It also explains why Python has become so popular among beginning developers and data scientists. "If you don't know any programming languages yet, Python is a good place to start. If you already know a different language, it's easy to pick Python on the side. Python isn't entirely free of frustration and confusion, but hopefully you can avoid those parts until long after you get some good use out of Python," writes the NSA. Students use version 4.4.0 of the Anaconda3 Python distribution and can run Python in the command line or through a Jupyter notebook from the browser. Python developer Kushal Das has pulled out some interesting details from the material. He found that the NSA has an internal Python package index, that its GitLab instance is gitlab.coi.nsa.ic.gov, and that it has a Jupyter gallery that runs over HTTPS. NSA also offers git installation instructions for CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, and Windows, but not Debian.
  11. Alex42

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  13. Best free and public DNS servers of 2019 Speed up and secure your browsing with these alternative DNS services Best DNS server 1. OpenDNS 2. Cloudflare 3. Google Public DNS 4. Norton ConnectSafe (service not available anymore) 5. Comodo Secure DNS 6. Quad9 7. Verisign DNS Read on for our detailed analysis of each service DNS (Domain Name System) is a system which translates the domain names you enter in a browser to the IP addresses required to access those sites. Your ISP will assign you DNS servers whenever you connect to the internet, but these may not always be the best choice. Slow DNS servers can cause a lag before websites start to load, and if your server sometimes goes down, you may not be able to access any sites at all. Switching to a free public DNS server can make a real difference, with more responsive browsing and lengthy 100% uptime records meaning there's much less chance of technical problems. Some services can also block access to phishing or infected sites, and a few offer content filtering to keep your kids away from the worst of the web. You need to choose your service with care - not all providers will necessarily be better than your ISP - but to help point you in the right direction, this article will highlight six of the best free DNS servers around. OpenDNS 1. OpenDNS Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Veteran operator + Phishing sites blocked by default + Optional web filtering Founded in 2005 and now owned by Cisco, OpenDNS is one of the biggest names in public DNS. The free service offers plenty of benefits: high speeds, 100% uptime, phishing sites blocked by default, optional parental controls-type web filtering to block websites by content type, along with free email support if anything goes wrong. Commercial plans enable viewing a history of your internet activity for up to the last year, and can optionally lock down your system by allowing access to specific websites only. These aren't going to be must-have features for the average user, but if you're interested, they can be yours for around $20 (£14.30) a year. If you're an old hand at swapping DNS, you can get started immediately by reconfiguring your device to use the OpenDNS nameservers. If you're a newbie, that's okay too, as OpenDNS has setup instructions for PCs, Macs, mobile devices, routers and much, much more. Check out OpenDNS here Cloudflare 2. Cloudflare Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Impressive performance + Tight privacy levels + Community forum for support Best known for its top-rated content delivery network, Cloudflare has extended its range to include a new public DNS service, the catchily-named The product doesn't have any of the extras you'll often see elsewhere. There's no anti-phishing, no ad-blocking, no content filtering or other attempts to monitor or control what you can access, and what you can't. Instead, Cloudflare has focused much more on the fundamentals. These start with performance, and independent testing from sites like DNSPerf shows Cloudflare is the fastest public DNS service around. Privacy is another major highlight. Cloudflare doesn't just promise that it won't use your browsing data to serve ads; it commits that it will never write the querying IP address (yours) to disk. Any logs that do exist will be deleted within 24 hours. And these claims aren't just reassuring words on a website. Cloudflare has retained KPMG to audit its practices annually and produce a public report to confirm the company is delivering on its promises. The website has some setup guidance, with simple tutorials covering Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux and routers. These are very generic - you get one set of instructions for all versions of Windows, for instance - but there are some pluses (IPv6 as well as IPv4 details) and you should be able to figure it out. Additionally, mobile users can use WARP which secures all of the phone’s internet traffic. If you have any problems, Cloudflare offers a community forum where you can ask questions or see what others are doing, a nice extra touch which we'd like to see followed by other providers. Check out Cloudflare here Google Public DNS 3. Google Public DNS Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Solid on the privacy front + Commendable transparency - Meant for experienced users Google has its fingers in most web-related pies, and DNS is no exception: it's free Public DNS is a simple and effective replacement for your own ISP's nameservers. Privacy can't quite match the 'we don't keep anything' promises of Cloudflare, but it's not bad. The service logs the full IP address information of the querying device for around 24 to 48 hours for troubleshooting and diagnostic purposes. 'Permanent' logs drop any personally identifiable information and reduce location details to the city level, and all but a small random sample of these are deleted after two weeks. There's a further benefit for experienced users in Google's detailed description of the service. If you'd like to be able to assess the significance of Google's privacy policy, for instance, you can read up on absolutely everything the service logs contain to find out for yourself. Google's support site offers only very basic guidance targeted at experienced users, warning that "only users who are proficient with configuring operating system settings [should] make these changes." If you're unsure what you're doing, check the tutorials from a provider such as OpenDNS, remembering to replace its nameservers with Google's: and Check out Google Public DNS here Norton ConnectSafe 4. Norton ConnectSafe Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Uses Norton Safe Web + Three levels of protection available - Skimpy setup instructions UPDATE: Norton ConnectSafe retired and the service isn't available anymore. Norton ConnectSafe is a free DNS service which can automatically block access to fraudulent, phishing and malware-infested websites, as well as optionally filtering sites by content. This is a familiar idea - OpenDNS and Comodo, amongst others, do much the same thing - but ConnectSafe has one important advantage. It takes its data from Norton Safe Web, a comprehensive database on more than 50 million websites in 23 languages. The service delivers probably the best web filtering performance around, and the ability to get it for free, without having to install any software, is a major safety plus. Setting up the service requires choosing from three levels of protection. The Security policy blocks malicious and fraudulent websites only, and uses the nameservers and The Security and Pornography policy adds support for filtering sexually explicit material, and uses the nameservers and The very strict Security and Pornography and Other scheme extends the filtering to block 'sites that feature mature content, abortion, alcohol, crime, cults, drugs, gambling, hate, sexual orientation, suicide, tobacco or violence' by using the nameservers and That's likely to lock you out of a lot of content, but it might appeal as a way to protect young children, and you don't have to use this policy everywhere. You could lock down your kids' tablet with this policy, for instance, but stick with the plain Security policy for your own laptop. There are only very basic setup instructions on the ConnectSafe site, but if you run into trouble, the tutorials on competitors such as OpenDNS may point you in the right direction. Just be sure to use Norton's nameserver IP addresses when you change your device settings. Check out Norton ConnectSafe here Comodo Secure DNS 5. Comodo Secure DNS Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Focus on security + Smart handling of parked domains - Performance might not be so hot Comodo Group is the power behind a host of excellent security products, so it's no surprise that the company also offers its own public DNS service. Just as you'd expect, Comodo Secure DNS has a strong focus on safety. It doesn't just block phishing sites, but also warns if you try to visit sites with malware, spyware, even parked domains which might overload you with advertising (pop-ups, pop-unders and more). Furthermore, you can try out the Comodo Dome Shield service, which adds additional features to Comodo Secure DNS. Comodo claims its service is smarter than average, too, detecting attempts to visit parked or 'not in use' domains and automatically forwarding you to where you really want to go. Performance is key, of course, and the company suggests its worldwide network of servers and smart routing technology give it an advantage. DNSPerf's Comodo stats are less impressive, unfortunately. As we write, DNSPerf reports its average query time as around 72ms. That said, Comodo may still be interesting if you're looking for an extra layer of web filtering, and the support website has some short but useful instructions on setting the service up on Windows PCs, Macs, routers and Chromebooks. Check out Comodo Secure DNS here Quad9 6. Quad9 Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Speedy performance levels + Blocks malicious domains - Limited help in terms of setup Quad9 is a young DNS outfit which has been providing a fast and free DNS service since August 2016. The company sells itself on its ability to block malicious domains by collecting intelligence from 'a variety of public and private sources.' It's not clear what these sources are, but the website says Quad9 used 18+ 'threat intelligence providers' as of December 2018. That's a little too vague for us, and we're not convinced that using a large number of threat intelligence providers will necessarily help – the quality of the intelligence is generally more important than the quantity. There's no arguing about Quad9's performance, though. DNSPerf currently rates it seven out of ten for average worldwide query times, lagging behind Cloudflare and OpenDNS, but effortlessly outpacing contenders like Comodo. Drilling down into the detail reveals some variations in speed - Quad9 is on the sixth place for North American queries - but overall the service still delivers better performance than most. Setup guidance is a little limited, with tutorials for the latest versions of Windows and macOS only. They're well presented, though, and it's not difficult to figure out what you need to do. Check out Quad9 here Verisign 7. Verisign DNS Primary, secondary DNS servers: and + Quite stable + Good security - Not the fastest service Verisign was founded in 1995 and through the years offered various services, including several security services, like managed DNS. Verisign DNS service is free to use and the company highlights the three features they deem the most important and those are stability, security, and privacy. The service definitely delivers on that account, especially for the security and stability. As for the privacy, while you can never be 100% sure when it comes to the company claims, there weren't any issues and the company assures you that your public DNS data will not be sold to third parties. Performance, however, wasn't that great when compared to some other providers. Still, it's decent and depending on your needs, you might not be bothered by this. At the moment, DNSPerf.com ranks the service at tenth place, worldwide. On their website, you can find tutorials on how to set up their public DNS. Tutorials are available for Windows 7 and 10, Mac, Linux, and mobile devices. There is also a tutorial on how to configure DNS server settings on your router. All in all, Verisign offers a good alternative to some other DNS providers, plus it's free so it's worth checking out. Check out Verisign DNS here Got further questions about DNS? Here are some common queries along with our answers. What is DNS? The Domain Name System (DNS) is a phonebook for the internet, a framework which translates domain names, like facebook.com or twitter.com, into the IP addresses necessary for devices to load those internet resources. The mechanics of DNS can be quite complicated, as information isn't held in a single database, but rather distributed in a worldwide directory including a vast number of DNS servers. Fortunately, the average internet user doesn't normally have to get involved in any of the low-level technical details. Your ISP automatically provides you with access to a DNS server whenever you go online, and whenever you enter a URL into your browser, this will find the relevant IP address for you. Your ISP DNS isn't performing? Verisign is one of many big-name companies offering a free alternative Why might DNS matter to me? DNS servers can vary hugely in speed, particularly in areas which don't always have the best internet coverage (Africa, South America, Oceania.) To take an example of a single day when we tested, DNSPerf.com reported Cloudflare achieved an average 4.43ms query time for Oceania, while Yandex was left trailing at 350.24ms. That's potentially more than a third of a second in extra waiting time before your browser is able to access any new website. This is an extreme example, to be fair. European or US lookups may see less than 30ms variation between most DNS services, and as your device or router will probably cache the address for reuse later, even this delay will only occur very occasionally. Still, a sluggish DNS server can noticeably slow down your browsing in some situations, and trying an alternative – especially as the best options are all free – is generally a good idea. There's a second possible benefit in terms of uptime. If your ISP DNS server fails, you might not be able to access some or all of your favorite sites. Big-name providers such as OpenDNS claim they've had 100% uptime going back years. How can I find the fastest DNS service? DNS speed depends on many factors, including your location, the distance to your nearest server, and that server having enough power and bandwidth to handle all the queries it receives. DNS Jumper is a portable freeware tool which tests multiple public DNS services to find out which delivers the best performance for you. The program has a lot of options, but isn't difficult to use. Launch it, click Fastest DNS > Start DNS Test, and within a few seconds you'll be looking at a list of DNS services sorted by speed. DNS Jumper can be useful, in particular because it's checking how servers perform from your location, but it doesn't run enough tests over a long enough period to give you a definitive answer. DNSPerf tests multiple DNS services every minute from 200+ locations around the world and makes the results freely available on its own website. This gives a very good general idea of performance, and also enables seeing how services compare on different continents, as well as assessing their uptime. How can I switch DNS servers? The steps involved in changing your DNS service vary according to your hardware and possibly your operating system version. Generally, you must start by finding the primary and secondary nameservers for the DNS service you'd like to use. These IP addresses are normally displayed very clearly on the service website, so, for example, Cloudflare DNS uses and The simplest approach for home users is to update their router to use the new addresses. Most other devices will then pick up the new DNS settings automatically, with no further work required. To make this happen you must log in to your router (the default password may be printed on its base) and look for the current DNS primary and secondary nameservers. Make a note of the current values in case of problems, then replace them with the nameservers you'd like to use. If you run into problems, check out your DNS service website for any setup guidance. Keep in mind that you can also use the tutorials of other DNS providers, as long as you remember to replace their nameserver IPs with your preferred options. OpenDNS, for instance, has specific guidance for many different router types on its support site. If router tweaks aren't right for your situation, you may have to change the DNS configuration of each individual device. Cloudflare has short and simple guidance here, while the OpenDNS website goes into more depth. How can I find my current DNS servers? If you're troubleshooting your internet connection, or maybe thinking of switching DNS servers, it might be useful to check which DNS servers you're using at the moment. The simplest way to do this is to visit DNSLeakTest.com and tap the Standard Test button. Within a few seconds the website will usually display your DNS server IP addresses, host names, and sometimes (if appropriate) the name of your ISP. After that, life gets more complicated as there are several potential options. Your device could be set up to use specific DNS servers; it might ask your router to give it the best DNS servers every time it boots; or it might not know anything about DNS servers, and leave your router to handle everything. On Windows, you could get started by entering IPCONFIG /ALL in a command line window. Look for your network adapter and you should see its DNS servers specified in the list. If there's a single DNS IP address which points at your router – 192.168.x.x – that suggests the router is handling all DNS queries. Enter that IP address into your browser, log in to the router if necessary and your DNS servers should be listed amongst the settings. How can I test a DNS service? If your browser is telling you a website's 'server IP address could not be found', even though you're sure it's up and available, then this could be due to a problem with your DNS. But you might not want to go to the trouble of changing your DNS service to find out. Windows users can use the command line tool nslookup.exe to look at the results of any DNS server without touching their system settings. Run cmd.exe to open a command line window, then type: nslookup website.com Then press Enter (replace website.com with the address of whatever website you're trying to reach). Nslookup uses your default DNS server to look for the IP address of website.com. If it tells you it 'can't find website.com', this means your DNS server doesn't have a record for that domain. Next, tell the tool to use another DNS service by entering a command like: nslookup website.com The address uses Google DNS – replace that with any DNS service you like, such as for Cloudflare. If nslookup returns errors using multiple servers, this doesn't look like a DNS issue. If one server returns an IP address and another doesn't, you might want to try setting up your system to use the working DNS and see if it makes any difference. Source: Best free and public DNS servers of 2019 (TechRadar)
  14. Amazon is making its music streaming service free. The company previously offered free, ad-supported streaming only to customers who owned an Amazon Echo device. Now it’s rolling out free streaming to anyone using the Amazon Music app on iOS, Android, Fire TV and Amazon Music on the web in the U.S., U.K., and Germany. The company has been steadily making its music streaming service more accessible by reducing prices. Earlier this year, for example, Amazon said it would no longer charge the $3.99 per month for streaming from Amazon Music Unlimited to Echo devices or require customers to pay for Amazon Prime in order to gain access to Prime Music’s smaller, 2+ million song catalog. Instead, it rolled out an ad-supported version of Amazon Music for free to Echo owners. This is basically the same 2 million song catalog that comes with Prime Music, it just includes advertising and doesn’t require Prime membership. Now, it’s making Amazon Music free for anyone — Echo owner or not — across a range of devices. This will allow users to play thousands of stations based on any song, artist, era, or genre, similar to Pandora. They’ll also gain access to top playlists, like “All Hits” featuring the world’s top songs, or the “Holiday Favorites” station, among others. The move doesn’t really threaten paid subscription services like Spotify or Pandora’s premium tier or Apple Music, as Amazon’s free service has a much smaller catalog. It’s also not nearly as advanced in terms of its personalization technology, which powers things like Spotify’s Discover Weekly and other custom playlists. These are a big draw for music fans, and a reason they opt for one streaming service over another. Instead, Amazon’s free music service serves more as a way to upsell consumers by encouraging them to join Amazon Prime in order to remove the ads from their music. (Prime Music’s 2 million songs are an added perk of a Prime subscription.) This is Amazon’s true motive: lock in more customers to Amazon Prime, ensure they realize the value of the free shipping and other benefits, then get them to renew every year. Once a Prime member, people will shop more often from Amazon, which is where the retailer’s profits lie. The free music service also serves as an entry point into Amazon’s wider music ecosystem. If customers decide they want a larger, ad-free catalog, they can up to join Amazon Music Unlimited instead, which offers 50 million songs at $7.99 per month for Prime members, or $9.99 per month for others. And true audiophiles can upgrade to Amazon Music HD for $12.99 per month for Prime members, or $14.99 per month for non-members. For the time being, Amazon is offering 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99. Source
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    IObit Driver Booster PRO

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    Giveaway NetSpot Pro

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  22. Duplicate File Detective crack is a program for removing duplicate files. It allows you to scan folders, hard disk partitions, removable media, and folders that are shared on the network. All found files are sorted by extensions, and when the statistics are displayed, graphs are displayed for the types of files found. The results can be exported to HTML, CSV and XML formats. Duplicate File Detective has an intuitive interface, and also contains great possibilities for sorting the results. Duplicate File Detective Features: • Intuitive and attractive user interface; • Powerful, multi-threaded search engine duplicate files; • Simultaneous search in multiple locations; • Ability to scan both local and network media; • Export the report of found duplicates to HTML, CSV and XML file; • Easy downloading and saving of search criteria and selection of files based on projects; • Integrated command line support for batching and layout; • Managing duplicate files – moving, archiving and deleting; • Integrated image preview panel for visual comparison; • Print and print preview; • Calculator of checksums of files and much more. Download Links: Site: https://anonfile.com Sharecode: /I6ifi9vene/Duplicate_File_Detective_v6.2.53.0_Pro_rar
  23. Tencent PC Manager 12.3.26601.901 Tencent PC Manager is a free antivirus with real-time protection, and clean, modern GUI. It uses its own Tencent anti-virus engine and cloud protection engine, Tencent system-repair engine and Bitdefender antivirus engine. It protects against malicious sites and downloads, as well as phishing. Internet Shield (Internet Protection) - Online Payment Shield - protection of online payments - Link Scanner - checking and blocking malicious and phishing links. - Search Protection - Web Search Protection System Shield (system protection) - File System Shield - file antivirus - Registry Shield - registry protection - Process Shield - process protection - Drive Shield - driver protection - Hacking Detection - protection against hacking Application Shield (application protection) - Desktop Icon Shield - protection of shortcuts on the desktop - Camera Shield - protection of the web camera - Download Shield - protection against malicious downloads Homepage: https://www.pcmgr-global.com/ Download for XP, 7, 8, 10: https://www.pcmgr-global.com/download.php?do=oem http://glb.dldir2.qq.com/invc/xfspeed/qqpcmgr/PCMgr_Setup_123_26601_901.exe Very light and highly protective: Excellent test results by AV-Comparatives 2019: https://www.av-comparatives.org/tests/real-world-protection-test-february-march-2019-factsheet/ https://www.av-comparatives.org/tests/performance-test-april-2019/
  24. https://imgur.com/a/zLOhkv5 The developer gives the instructions on how to obtain the free Pro license in the image above: 1. Sign up at CalendarofUpdates.org 2. PM Voodooshield for the free Pro license
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