Adopt a Panda; Win a PSP

No. Not a real panda, but buying or renewing your Panda Titanium 2006 or Panda Platinum 2006 consumer security solutions during the World Cup finals lands you an entry into a daily drawing for a PlayStation Portable and EA Sports, FIFA World Cup 2006 game.

According to Panda Software, the FIFA World Cup gives hackers the ideal occasion to launch massive scale phishing attacks and hoaxes against computer users. In May 2005, the Sober.V worm enticed users with free tickets to a match but infected them with a nasty virus instead. This year, Panda wants you to be ready! “I wish the best of luck to participants in the promotion, so they can enjoy this World Cup with a little but more excitement thrown in,” said Marketing Director Pedro Bustamante. “In any event, users that choose Panda Software can be sure they will get complete protection against all kinds of computer threats, and full tech support from the Panda team, available 24 hours a day.”

Whether you buy the idea that the World Cup is a sensitive time for your PC security, purchasing or renewing Panda security solutions gives you a cool thirty chances to win a brand new PSP. The contest promotion runs from June 9 to July 9. All users must register their product after purchasing to be entered into the drawing. Users are reminded to delete any emails offering free World Cup tickets over the next several weeks. Billion dollar money transfers from Nigerian princes, however, are totally legit.


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