NullBound Announces 4th of July Malware Prevention System Giveaway

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NullBound has announced that for one day only they will be giving away their services to customers absolutely free. In honor of our nations' Independence Day, NullBound is offering the chance for users to sign up for their 1-year license, a $3,200.00 value, at no cost.

We truly believe that everyone can benefit from this incredible technology.

NullBound has announced that for one day only they will be giving away their services to customers absolutely free. In honor of our nations' Independence Day, NullBound is offering the chance for users to sign up for their 1-year license, a $3,200.00 value, at no cost.

This program is open to anyone and is conditional on very few restrictions. The giveaway will be on July 4, 2007 and will last for the full 24 hours. Everyone is able to receive one free $3200.00 unlimited user 1-Year license. The license may not be resold or transferred to another person or organization.

"We hope that many people will be able to take advantage of this great promotion," said NullBound owner Shane Ochotny. "It's just a great way for people to have the opportunity to experience the benefits of our malware prevention system."

Created due to the ever-growing need for protection against spyware, NullBound offers a completely new and advanced filtering system that can be found nowhere else. Not only does this software detect incoming spyware, but blocks it from entering a network by simply watching the traffic. No proxy needed!

"We are proud to have created the most powerful spyware protection available, and even more so to be able to offer it to everyone for free," said Ochotny. "We truly believe that everyone can benefit from this incredible technology."

For more information about how the 4th of July free promotion can benefit you, please visit http://www.nullbound.com or simply contact Sharin Truitt at (813) 787-1988.

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