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Download F-Secure Internet Security 2013 With 3 Months Free License

In the chain of releasing 2013 version of security products, F-Secure joins hands and releases F-Secure Antivirus 2013 and F-Secure Internet Security 2013. Previously we have seen that security products like Bitdefender, AVG and Norton have updated their products with 2013 versions. Although seeing the change log does suggest that it is not a major release with no major changes. Some changes and bug fixes include the support for Google Chrome which was not present in the previous releases. The firewall in F-Secure Internet Security 2013 has also been redesigned to give more configuration and control to the user. The new firewall integrates seamlessly with home or public networks. The most of all, now F-Secure Antivirus 2013 and F-Secure Internet Security 2013 both come with support for Windows 8.

F Secure Internet Security 2013 570x159 Download F Secure Internet Security 2013 With 3 Months Free License

Perttu Tynkkynen, Director, Consumer Sales and Marketing at F-Secure, says:

"Our aim is to provide the safest online experience for our customers and we have been continuously rewarded for it. We are proud of our achievement"

Here’s the list of some of the major features added to the security suite:

  • Instant protection against all new threats
  • Worry-free surfing, banking and shopping online
  • Protects your identity online
  • Blocks spam and phishing e-mails
  • Safeguards your children when they are online
  • Online chat or phone support
  • Windows 8 support

Download F-Secure Internet Security 2013 (30 day trial)

Please note that the above link is an online installer of the product. Unfortunately I have not been able to find any offline or stand alone installer of F-Secure 2013. Even when I tried to extract the download path from the online installer, I encountered so many files that were downloaded but there was no stand alone installer. If anyone finds a direct download link, kindly share it in the comments below.

Get F-Secure Internet Security 2013 3 months license for free

If you’re not interested in the 30 day trial, you may not proceed with the above download. Use the steps given below to get 6 months license for free instead.

  1. Go to F-Secure promotion page for users. Since the promotion is for German users, the promotion page will be in German language. But don’t worry, the promotion can actually be availed by everyone.
    Tip: If you open the above link in Google Chrome, it can automatically be translated into English.
  2. Fill the form. You may see the screenshot below to make sure you’re entering everything right.
    F Secure Internet Security 2013 promotion 500x265 Download F Secure Internet Security 2013 With 3 Months Free License
  3. Check your email. You will get a free license key of F-Secure Internet Security 2012 which can also be used with the 2013 version.
  4. Download the security product from the download link listed above, install it and enjoy it free for the next 90 days.

If you are having problems with the above method, kindly let me know through comments below.

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Usman Khurshid is a network consultant who works in a mixed environment of Windows and Linux platforms. He studies about the latest advancements in computer technology and shares his views on this technology blog.

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