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ZoneAlarm Pro 24-Hour Giveaway

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Check Point Software Technologies is celebrating its 15th anniversary tomorrow by giving away free copies of its vaunted firewall software ZoneAlarm Pro 2009. The promotion runs for 24 hours, from 6 a.m. PST Tuesday, November 18 to 6 a.m. Wednesday, November 19.

The ZoneAlarm Pro package features a firewall, anti-spyware, and identity-theft protection that includes daily monitoring of your credit history. The program normally costs $39.95 for a one-year subscription. The offer, limited to one download per customer, is available here.

“By offering Check Point ZoneAlarm Pro free for 24 hours,” said Laura Yecies, vice president and general manager for Check Point’s ZoneAlarm consumer division, “we are allowing consumers to witness first hand the value and improved protection that comes from our powerful yet easy-to-use firewall.”

This isn’t the first time that Check Point has given away free copies of Zone Alarm Pro. The company made a similar offer last August 12, in observance of one of Microsoft’s “Patch Tuesdays.”

Check Point’s motivations aren’t entirely altruistic, of course; the product the company is giving away operates on a subscription basis and will need to be renewed in one year if it’s to continue delivering value. Assuming this is a subscription program you’re interesting in purchasing, however, that’s at least one year you won’t have to pay for.

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    Slpixe , 18 November 2008 17:36
    I Don't get it,
    It's the correct day,
    But when I go on that link.
    All I get is it promoting at offer on "today...", and about 50% off laptops..
    How do I get the 1 year free zone Alarm Pro..
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    ric-hall , 18 November 2008 20:53
    6 a.m. pst is about 2 p.m. gmt - so basically from now onwards, assuming the servers are back up
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    bobwya , 19 November 2008 00:26
    Great the download works but still doesn't install on Windows XP x64. :cry:  How many years do Security software vendors need...???!! :crazy: 

    Bob