Posted: 04 Aug 2011 02:03 PM PDT
I know that sometimes it can take a really long time to get the latest version of a lot of software @ download.com. But today both Download.com and AVIRA's main site were on par. So if you wish to go straight to the source using the link I provided below. Or if you prefer you can go to Cnet / download.com AVIRA download page (Which is also listed below.)
**But honestly my general recommendation would be to always try going to the source. That being the AVIRA's main site download section.**
AVIRA Free Anti-Virus Version (10.0.0.652) Download Link (AVIRA's Main Site Download Section)
AVIRA Free Anti-Virus Version (10.0.0.652) Download Link (Download.com Link)
I have checked both links above and they work. But please report via comment or e-mail if this link somehow becomes broken….
Till The Next Update,
Posted: 04 Aug 2011 10:25 AM PDT
Source: Scam Victims United
When I (Being the writer of this post Shawn) first became a scam victim I was embarrassed and did not want anyone to know . . . that lasted all of 5 minutes and then I was angry at so many things . . . the scammers for their greed, the banking system for not giving me accurate information about how long it takes for a cashier's check to clear, the wire transfer company for not having more warnings about these scams in their businesses and for turning a blind eye to the problem.
That is when I KNEW I had to do something. I started to contact the media in order to get our story out there, and you know what . . . it HELPED! It helped me to talk about it and get it out there, but it also helped so many other people. My phone was ringing off the hook from people saying "The same thing happened to me" or from people who heard our story in the media in time for them to know the situation they were about to enter into was a scam and it saved them thousands of dollars.
If you are a scam victim, you could do the same thing for someone else. I am contacted by the media in a regular basis asking for help in locating recent scam victims who would be willing to share their story. Wouldn't it be wonderful to know that you saved someone else from going through the living hell that becomes your life when you discover you are a victim of a scam.
Disclaimer: (CSW) has nothing to do with this project. But saying that we strongly support the idea of it. So please free free to contact our friend Shawn if you wish to participate in this project
If you would like to be able to help to educate people about scams and fraud, and possibly save someone from becoming a victim, please email me and I will work to connect you with a media person that will do your story justice and help us to take a step forward in educating people about these scams.
Also, you can connect with me and follow our updates from http://www.retaggr.com/page/ShawnMosch/
Post Written By Shawn Mosch of Scam Victims United
**Approved to be posted on (CSW) by Remy "Se7en" And Spyder
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