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Topic: Security (Read 1327 times)
April 08, 2010, 05:38:01 PM »
Just something to look out for when buying a Internet Security program
In late Feb. i installed Kaspersky 2010, 3 Pc's ,2 years lic: (good deal)?
Well now my main computer is in the shop and i may lose heaps.
The reason this has happen , is that after i installed on 3 Pc's as you can .
Their is two Lic numbers that have a fault and it tell you that you have over installed as per Lic; and shut off and will not work (stop virus comming in ) well I didnt see that at first
But after talking with Kaspersky they sent by email a update. Unistall old put new in
Uninstalled locked up. stop computer got it going istop that then tried to install the new one .Well sh*t hit the fan mouse stoped. Again we wil give your money back they said .We that leaves me deeper in the Sh*t. No program no computer . I have saved some on external drive but not all , Will have to work harder at putting all on external drive. Just dont know why Kaspersky didn't recall this program. Now Harvey Norman didn't know about this and are helping at the moment.,but time will tell . I think that I will have to write Kaspersky a mean letterand ask for more that a refund $$$$$$$$$$$$0000000 that should about make me happy.Just Check that the serial numbers if you have or buy this program are fee of bug's.
Contract Kaspersky before it's to late and get a new CD instead. They should have recalled it
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April 14, 2010, 08:20:56 PM »
Copy protection. The bane of the honest computer user's existence since the mid-1990s.
For those of us who are honest, it serves no purpose except to, at best, waste time with registration processes after purchase, and processor cycles with every product launch thereafter.
And at worst, we have Chris's experience.
And good luck with that refund, Chris. Read the License Agreement you clicked "I Agree" on when you installed it. You better have a mean lawyer.
Fortunately, Cadsoft is the only customer-centric software company left in the world, and Envisioneer doesn't have the slightest trace of copy protection and all we've all come to expect from such nonsense.
And never will.
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