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ESET NOD32 Antivirus 2019 (5 PCs/1-Year Product Key Card) EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has ESET NOD32 Antivirus 2019 (5 PCs/1-Year Product Key Card) on sale for $14.99. Shipping is $2.99 or shipping is free with Newegg Premier (details). Thanks sr71
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I don't know why this needs to be shipped as you can just download and enter code to activate. Such a waste of time for shipping and delivery.
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Those are not for resale keys intended for use outside of the United States. If you ever need anything from tech support they'll tell you to go fly a kite when they see what country your license key came from. One time I password locked my ESET settings and forgot the damn password. I couldn't uninstall ESET in order to move from nod32 to smart security. Without tech support I would've been reinstalling the whole OS. FWIW ESET support staff are great so I'll pay extra for access to them juuust in case.
If you need tech support then yes you would not want to buy the cheap resale keys. However if you are trying to be slick the keys on eBay work just fine.
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Here we go again. The most serious malware comes from leaked NSA code. So, if you want to defend against NSA code, use Kaspersky. If you want to defend against KGB code, use NSA-approved antivirus. It depends who your enemies are. I personally use Kaspersky.
^^^^ This
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