eEye Digital Security offers consumers freebies

Zero. Zippo.

eEye Digital Security unveiled Monday its latest consumer offering, Blink Personal Internet Security 3.0, with an added twist of anti-virus technology and a touch of the freebies.

Users in North America can download the software and use it for free for 12 months, but they must act before the end of June, when the offer expires. Folks living outside of North America miss out on the free ride, which costs $24.95 for one user and $29.95 for a group of three users.

But people outside of North America shouldn't feel too bad. Your North American counter-parts will be charged the same price once their one-year subscription expires, or they fail to get in on the deal before the end of June.

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