FixMeStick

Win a FixMeStick

FixMeStick is a simple device that REMOVES viruses and malware from your PC or MAC and you’ve got the chance to win one, complete with a one year subscription to the service worth £59.99.

The FixMeStick® is an external, hardware device that runs before your computer starts enabling it to remove viruses, spyware, trojans, rootkits, and malware that anti-virus programs often cannot.

Most people will have some form of anti-virus software on their PC. Anti-virus programs work while your PC or Mac’s operating system is running. These programs protect your computer from malicious software like viruses, trojans, spyware, and malware. Protection from these malicious threats is important and anti-virus software is highly recommended.

FixMeStick
Fix Me Stick

But what happens when this is circumnavigated by the clever hacker? The FixMeStick is a hardware device that runs before your PC or Mac starts, and will remove any infections that got past your anti-virus protection. Once malicious software gets into your computer, it can be impossible to remove while your computer is on.

Once your computer is off, the FixMeStick remains on. It downloads the latest virus updates, and starts its built-in multi-scanner, composed of three of the world’s best virus detection technologies. When the it has finished scanning your computer’s files, you click ‘Clean’, then unplug it. Your computer will restart, clean from infections.

For more information visit www.fixmestick.com and for your chance to win one, complete with a one year subscription, just enter your details into the Gleam App below.

Good Luck xx

Win a FixMeStick

Disclosure – this is a collaborative post and FixMeStick have kindly provided the prize

22 thoughts on “Win a FixMeStick”

  1. Love the sound of this, think I’d give it to my MiL who still gets viruses/malware even with advice from us, her grandchildren etc!

  2. Sounds really fantastic, something my computer could really use, thank you so much for the chance 🙂 x

  3. This sounds really good. I never really thought about this issue, but imagine it will become more of a problem in the future as cyber crime increases and develops.

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