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How to use Kaspersky Free after 30 days trial period ?

Kaspersky is one of the top security software providing best protection to your data from latest Viruses, worms, phishing attacks, malware, etc. I’ve now found a 100% working trick, using which one can use Kaspersky Antivirus 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 after end of its 30 days trail for Free.

Follow the steps below carefully to do it:

1. Open Kaspersky settings > Options and uncheck Enable Self-Defense. Click Ok.

2. Exit Kaspersky.

3. Go to Start, open Run, then type regedit and press enter.

4. Under Registry Editor, open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Kaspersky Lab > protected > AVP9 > environment.



5. Find the entry ProductStatus and change Release to Beta.

6. Press OK then open Kaspersky.

7. Under License, Activate beta license then press Next and Finish (Delete any trial keys first if any, as they wont work).



8. Re-enable Self-Defense from options.



9. Now you have 30 days of beta license activated. After every 30 days, simply click Activate Beta and enjoy another 30 days Free

Kaspersky will now show as Beta Version though it is your final version only. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Please can you indicate which version this is for. I've got the 2011 version and can't a reference to license.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Jo,
    This is for Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 version only.

    ReplyDelete

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