Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

Norton Antivirus, Trend Micro Internet Security, Sophos Antivirus, McAfee Internet Security, and Microsoft Security Essentials are 5 antivirus which their licenses could be got for free. Facebook shared those five premium antivirus to protect all Facebook users from Spam, phising, and virus which its spread are getting worse through Facebook. Further explanation about this program can be found in Facebook security page. If you’re Facebook user (and I’m sure yes ^^), so you can get those Antivirus licenses for six months free. Here’s how to get antivirus license for free and legal which is shared by Facebook. All license shared here is a legal trial extended license which is valid for 6 months.

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

1. Make sure that you have login to your Facebook account. Then feel free to visit antivirus marketplace page in Facebook.

Antivirus Marketplace

2. Choose antivirus you wanted, then click on Download Now. In this example, I select Norton Antivirus.

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

3. When there’s popup appears, just click on Login With Facebook

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

4. Click on like then Click on return to download product

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

5. Click on Download Now

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

6. Click on Download Now once again

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

7. Click on Start Download

Facebook shared 5 Antivirus Licenses for free… Do you want them?

In my opinion, Facebook is still not fully-hearted handle this security problem. Why? Because the license share is only valid for six months and very identical with trial lifespan of an antivirus which is commonly 3 months. So, here Facebook seems only promoting Antivirus than helping user in increasing their security. Moreover, before downloading, you should like and give comment first. >,< Probably, if Facebook is totally serious helping their user, supposedly they share full version license for one whole year, and not just trial extended license for six months. What do you think?


Travis Brice is a computer technician and also father of two cute children. After 6 years of hard work at telecommunication company, he decides to quit his job and build his own business. Now he also writes for Spyontech on his spare time. He loves to write about operating system, especially Microsoft Windows.

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