Bitdefender Invites Beta Testers To Experience The New Version (And Maybe Win Prizes)

My favourite security vendors are gearing up for their new releases by running a beta testing program. Do you fancy helping them out and putting yourself in with a chance of winning a prize too?


BUCHAREST, ROMANIA–(Marketwire – Mar 1, 2013) – Bitdefender, the innovative Internet security firm, is seeking beta testers worldwide to try out the latest generation of its elite antivirus software and win free state-of-the-art protection for a year for productive feedback.

The New Bitdefender, which blends proven award-winning technologies and new concepts such as adaptive scanning, is available to beta testers now by visiting and downloading the beta kit. Beta testers stand to win a beta certificate, as well as some serious prizes, including a Samsung Galaxy S III, a Google Nexus or a Laptop HP Envy dv6.

As a beta tester, you will be among the first to experience the molding technology of the New Bitdefender that quickly personalizes the software to each user, adapting to every system-specific profile and applying recognition patterns so you can move quickly while fully protected.

Beta testers will also see an enhanced version of Bitdefender Safepay™, the secured browser that activates automatically during online transactions to create an unbreachable connection on public wireless connections, Bitdefender Wallet, which seals sensitive information away from prying eyes, and an array of other features.

“Bitdefender has been undergoing a period of intense research, and beta testing marks a crucial aspect of that research,” said Bitdefender chief security strategist, Catalin Cosoi. “Each and every piece of feedback will get the undivided attention of some of the top minds in the anti-malware world.”


If you’d like to sign up as a beta tester you can do so at

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