RSS Email

F-Secure Internet Security 2011 Review and Giveaway

The internet is a scary place especially if you have kids that are on the computer so it is important to have good internet security.  Shaun and Shae LOVE to play on the computer so thankfully we got an opportunity to review F-Secure Internet Security 2011.

F-Secure Internet Security 2011 is a fast and easy-to-use software that keeps viruses, worms, spyware, and harmful Internet sites away from your computer. You can explore the wonders of the web without a worry. Keep viruses, identity thieves and hackers away and enjoy the surf.

Some of the key features that F-Secure Internet Security 2011 offers that I thought were pretty cool was the new Browsing Protection feature that tells you which websites are safe to enter and which you should avoid. Harmful sites are blocked automatically to ensure safe surfing while renewed Parental Control keeps children safe from inappropriate web content you which websites are safe to enter and which you should avoid.

I found F-Secure Internet Security 2011 pretty easy to install and to set up.  There is an parental control option where you are able to set up parameters for young kids as well as teens in regards to what sites are appropriate but after spending about 30 minutes playing with it with no success I disabled the feature.  I haven’t gone back since the initial setup to look at the option but plan on it since we just got Sabreena her own laptop for Christmas.

For those of you who are techy like meself below are some system requirements needed in order to run F-Secure Internet Security 2011 effectively:

Supported Platforms

Windows 7 (all editions)
Windows Vista (64-bit, 32-bit)
Windows XP Home, Windows XP Pro, Windows XP Media Center

Microsoft® Windows® 7* or Windows Vista*
Processor: Capable of running Windows 7 or Windows Vista
Memory requirements: 512 MB (1 GB recommended)
Disk Space: Maximum 600 MB during installation
Browser: Minimum Internet Explorer 6.0
CD-ROM & High speed internet connection
* The system must fulfill Windows 7 / Windows Vista minimum requirements as specified by Microsoft

All in all I am very impressed with F-Secure and would recommend this product to my friends and family.  I feel you get a great product at a great price.  To protect three computers you can get 1 year of protection for $59.99 and 2 years of protection for $99.99.

One lucky Look What Mom Found…and Dad too reader will have the chance to win a 1 year F-Secure Internet Security 2011 subscription valued at $59.99.  Head over to F-Secure and tell me one thing you learned that wasn’t mentioned in my review.


To receive these extra opportunities for entries, you must fulfill the first REQUIRED entry above and please be sure your email in your comment or have it attached to you blogger dashboard. I will not search through About Me/Contact Me links. Please note the changes to the entries or frequency, entries that don’t follow rules will be disregarded/ignored/deleted.

  • Subscribe to LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too! via email or RSS feed
  • Publicly follow this blog of Google Friend Connect, bottom of page
  • Follow Mom and Dad and F-Secure on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway 1 time per day, please leave your twitter link each time, tweet a form of this message: Protect your computer with @fsecure Internet Security 2011 #giveaway from @lkwhtmomfound…@anddadtoo!
  • Like F-Secure and LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too! on Facebook AND Like  this giveaway.
  • Enter another Giveaway – let us know which one in the comment (one extra entry per giveaway you enter, just leave separate comments)

Your entries must follow the rules or they won’t be eligible for prizes. This contest ends 11:59 pm, Saturday, January 22, 2011. The winners will be emailed and will have 24 hours to claim their prize. This contest is open to US residents only. For complete rules please read our contest rules page.

This is a sponsored post but the opinions and descriptions presented belong solely to LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too! Your experiences and reactions may differ from ours.