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Entries must be received before midnight (Pacific) tonight (Thurs. May 27th) so act now!

** A Chance To Win A Valuable Prize! **

The folks at Eset have generously donated ten licenses for NOD32 Antivirus 4, to award to my readers. You might not have heard of Eset or NOD32, but it has quietly been around, and winning awards, since the early 90′s (the days of DOS).

To enter the drawing, please see: Software License Giveaway: NOD32 Antivirus 4. Enter my current giveaway and (possibly) win!

Entries must be received before midnight (Pacific) tonight (Thurs. May 27th) so act now!

[These licenses were provided by Kimbal Binder, Network Security Manager at Rain Networks. Those of you who are in IT may want to click here and visit the IT Security Resource Center, and learn more about Eset in the enterprise (trials available). Please direct questions to Kimbal at Kimbalb(at)rainnetworks(dot)com.]

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BONUS: For those of you who missed out on winning a  license for SYNCING.NET, you have another chance as Bill Mullins is currently running a drawing contest for 12 licenses for the top-of-the-line Enterprise grade, Flagship Business Edition.

To go there and enter, click here. (Bill’s site is certainly worth a visit even if you aren’t interested in this contest, so check it out!)

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May 27, 2010 - Posted by | software


  1. Thank you for the update Paul,
    I started to follow Bill Mullins’s Blog some moths ago and I believe his blog is a must read.

    Greeting from Italy

    all the best


    Comment by leofelix | May 27, 2010 | Reply

    • leofelix,
      Bill Mullins’ Tech Thoughts was the first website I put on my Blogroll. I have said before (and was only half joking) that I think many of his articles should be required reading before one can earn their Surfers License.

      What part of Italy?


      Comment by techpaul | May 28, 2010 | Reply

      • Hi Paul,
        thank you for your reply.
        I live in middle Italy close to Adriatic sea even if I was born in north Italy and I have been living 20 years in Rome and I spent some years in other italian regions and cities:
        Initially because of my father’s job, then because of my studies (I achieved a master of arts) hence because of my job.
        I started using IBM compatible personal computers on 1988, I’m very intereseted into PC security (even if I cannot consider myself an expert)and I’m a retired Captain in the italian Army (Engineers Corp): retired because of health issues.
        I’m very glad I could came accross your blog: I have noticed you take care of children safety as well.
        That’s very important and lives up to you.


        leofelix (which means “Cat” in Latin:-)


        Comment by leofelix | May 28, 2010 | Reply

        • leofelix,
          A Captain of Engineers.. with a MA.. interested in Computer security.. wow! A real “Renascence man” it sounds like. I hope you will participate in Tech – for Everyone often.

          I have had the great good fortune to have visited much of Italy (years and years ago now) and very much enjoyed the people and the sights. Everyone should get to visit Rome, I think.


          Comment by techpaul | May 28, 2010 | Reply

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