Become a Bitdefender 2016 Beta Tester

Jess McGlynnJuly 17, 2015

Last year I worked with Bitdefender Antivirus, a company who provide internet security solutions and recently they got in touch with me and shared about their newest campaign; asking bloggers to sign up to become a Bitdefender 2016 Beta Tester.

Every year, Bitdefender overhaul their entire line of products (which are available for Windows, Mac and Android systems) and they are looking to launch their 2016 products shortly.  What they are asking is whether anyone wants to sign up to try their upcoming line.

It’s really simple to do, just pop your email address in the box and click to ‘join’; you will receive a confirmation email within a few minutes and that’s all.  Once you’ve signed up Bitdefender will be in touch with a view to having you test out their latest products and it looks as though there are some amazing rewards in the pipeline too.

I know that there isn’t much information on the landing page but if you take a look around Bitdefender Antivirus you will see that they have won many awards for their antivirus software and that their software works with a number of different systems.  

In terms of peace of mind for parents, as I know a number of you wonderful readers are, there are enhanced parental controls, the capability to restrict web access at certain times, and also a feature which allows you to monitor online activity as well.  This is in addition to other features which include social network protection, fraud warnings, secure browsing and so much more.

I can’t think of any better reason to be involved in the development and testing of this product; as a parent I know what I want my children to be seeing or not seeing, and I want to be at the forefront of working with a company who are designing software which will help to keep my children safe in the online world as well as keeping myself and my personal information safe.

If you want to be involved then be sure to sign up.  I am sure that Bitdefender will release more information in the coming weeks and it could be an exciting and interesting opportunity to test out this functional and important antivirus software.

Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post.

Comments (1)

  • Paul Wilson

    July 20, 2015 at 08:32

    Nice bit of software.

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