Our Crazy $5 Install Offer Extended! Hurry Before We Regain Our Senses

By | January 27, 2015
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Get Emsisoft Anti-Malware (and antivirus) with $5 installation!

Our craziest sale ever has been extended!

With the release of our latest and best computer safety ebook and the recent revelations about PUPs and hijackers installed by some of the free anti-virus program (read more about that here) we wanted to make it easy for anyone not already using the best antivirus/antimalware available – Emsisoft – to start using it now.

So, we’re offering this crazy limited-time special on Emsisoft with Installation (including removal of your current antivirus and cleaning all malware from you computer) for just $34.95. That’s right – we’ll uninstall your old antivirus correctly, clean all malware from your computer, install Emsisoft, configure it correctly, and include a one-year license for just $34.95. That is $5 less than the regular retail price of Emsisoft!  Our regular discounted price for Emsisoft is $29.95 – we’ll install it for $5! This special is available for a short time only. We hope you will take advantage of this really great offer and find out what you’ve been missing. This is your chance to get a one-year license for Emsisoft – best antivirus/anti-malware program available – plus get rid of the malware on your computer, get your computer optimized, and have your old security software removed completely for an one exceptional price.

Yep! We are crazy. Take advantage of this deal before we regain our senses!

Get more details and/or get this special offer before it expires. 

Offer valid through Monday, February 2, 2015.

2 thoughts on “Our Crazy $5 Install Offer Extended! Hurry Before We Regain Our Senses

    1. infoave Post author

      Emsisoft is a better antivirus program than Norton. Norton has really poor PUPs and malware protection; Emsisoft has the best PUPs and malware protection. What would you need Norton for? You sure don’t need its firewall or its link-checker. And its identity protection is just a marketing ruse.


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