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Re: Google Sends a Virus to 50,000 Users

Rich Greenberg (
Wed, 15 Nov 2006 22:53:36 UTC

In article <>,
Gordon S. Hlavenka <> wrote:

>> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Maybe some of you have noticed that
>> Grisoft AVG anti-virus is no longer going to have a *free edition*
>> after early in January, 2007. If we want to use it, we will need to
>> pay for it effective after next month. PAT]

> I think you read their announcement wrong, Pat ... From the Grisoft
> website at :

>>> GRISOFT is announcing a new version of the AVG Anti-Virus Free
>>> Edition. This new 7.5 version with improved performance and full
>>> compatibility with the latest Windows Vista version is available.
>>> Users that are using AVG Free 7.1 will be provided with a specific
>>> dialog, within the next few weeks, with the opportunity to choose the
>>> right option fulfilling their needs. AVG Free 7.1 version will be
>>> discontinued on 15th of Jan 2007.

> So AVG Free 7.1 _is_ being discontinued as of 1/15/2007 -- because
> it's being replaced by AVG Free 7.5 which is available now :-)

That's not what they tell you. The nagger screen says no AVG free past
Jan 15. I just gave them $29.95.

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