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The Dr.Web promo—‘Handy for every handheld!’—an easy way to win Dr.Web for Android

January 17, 2014

From January 17, 2014 Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is launching the Dr.Web promo — ‘Handy for every handheld!—under which it will be asking one question every day and presenting every hundredth participant who answers correctly with a free one-year license for one of the world's most popular anti-viruses for Android—Dr.Web. It incorporates all the state-of-the-art features available in the recently released ninth version of the application.

Despite the fact that the holidays are over, Doctor Web is still giving gifts—from January 15, 2014, you will have a chance to protect your mobile device running Android with the Dr.Web anti-virus free of charge. Currently, Dr.Web is one of the most popular and reliable anti-virus products for Android in the world—over 35 million users from Russia, Japan, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and other countries have installed it on their smart phones and tablets.

The promo's terms are as follows: a new question concerning mobile threats and their neutralisation with Dr.Web for Android will appear every day on the webpage of the Dr.Web promo — ‘Handy for every handheld!’ Answer the question and trust in your luck! Every hundredth participant who gives the right answer will be awarded the coveted prize.

You can win only one prize, but nothing prevents you from testing your knowledge over and over again, and improving it by answering the questions every day.

As for the prize, winners will receive the full protection of Dr.Web for Android, which will, among other things, include the just-released (December 2013) ninth version’s various innovations, e.g., the new Security Auditor component. This component determines which system settings are affecting the safety of the device, and detects vulnerabilities in the operating system that can be exploited by attackers wanting to somehow damage the device or harm its user.

The prize will be sent by email to the winner the day after they correctly answer a question.

If your first attempt proves unsuccessful, don't give up! Subscribe to our question-of-the-day reminder mailing list and stay informed about the promo’s progress.

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