Free Licenses for Zemana AntiLogger – Continues One More Day

In a continuation of this latest giveaway, we have streamlined the process for downloading a licensed version of Zemana AntiLogger. Simply click on the link at the bottom of this page, and you will be provided with a free license instantly.

This giveaway will end February 1, 2010, at 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (North America). This is a one day extension of the original offer, courtesy of Zemana. This is a firm time limit. After this time no free licenses will be available.

If you have any problems installing the free license, or issues with the software, please contact Zemana support directly for assistance. You’ll find them to be fast, efficient, and courteous.


System requirements: Windows Vista, XP and Windows 7. (32 bit only)

First: Download Zemana AntiLogger from here. If you have a problem with this link, use this link.

Next: Download your free license from: Zemana – (you’ll receive your free license immediately). The license must be activated by the end of the day, February 1, 2010.

All the signposts point to 2010 being a banner year for cyber-criminals. Being prepared and being aware, while not a panacea, will continue to be a key element in mitigating risk exposure. Adding Zemana AntiLogger to your layered defenses, will have positive impact on your ability to manage your risk exposure.

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11 responses to “Free Licenses for Zemana AntiLogger – Continues One More Day

  1. leofelix

    Hi Bill
    That’s a very generouse gesture from Zemana Company.
    By the way, thank your for replying me yesterday,


  2. I need one programm to antilogger because i usually use payment online. thanks very much

  3. ninthdragon

    mm… the free license link doesn’t seem to be working.. it redirects me to the homepage O_O

    • Bill Mullins


      Just tried the link – there was no problem. May have been a momentary glitch.


  4. ninthdragon

    hey bill thanks for the quick reply, however I’m still unable to reach the free license page, is it possible for you to email a license key? thanks ^^ ~

  5. ninthdragon

    Thanks a bunch, it worked ^^~

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  7. Audrey

    Hello Bill,

    I think your readers need to know about this.

    I downloaded the free Zemana Antilogger program you offered last month.

    After what happened tonight, saying I’m impressed with it would be the understatement of the 21st century.

    My 12 year old daughter uses her laptop in her bedroom (don’t they all?) and earlier tonight she called me in and showed me the Antilogger was blocking her webcam from starting.

    When I let it run to see what it would do, someone or something activated the webcam without the warning LED lighting up to show that it was switched on.

    With a bit of fiddling I was able to bring the video of me looking at myself to the screen, but there was still no indication that the webcam was running.

    I deleted the Antilogger allow rule so whoever or whatever it was is blocked in future, but I’m stunned that someone or something could remotely switch on the webcam like that. They might have been trying to steal credit card numbers, which seems to be quite common these days, but what if it was some sicko pervert?

    My daughter gets out of the shower and gets dressed in full view of that webcam. She could have been plastered naked all over YouTube and FaceBook by morning. This sneaky webcam stuff takes “upskirt” to a whole new level.

    Kind Regards,