[CC] Free Laplink PC Lock! (24-hour promotion)

Laplink PC Lock is an encryption software:

PC Lock secures your privacy with powerful and sophisticated encryption that automatically protects personal and sensitive data, keeping you safe from hackers and thieves. If files on your PC are not encrypted you are risking identity theft, privacy invasion and significant financial loss.

PC Lock offers powerful and sophisticated encryption that automatically protects personal and sensitive data, keeping you safe from hackers and thieves. Don’t let others spy on you or access your private information.

Over 1,700 laptops are stolen every day and someone’s identity is stolen every 2 seconds! If files on your PC are not encrypted you are risking identity theft, privacy invasion and significant financial loss. Keep your data and identity safe with PC Lock.

Key Features of PC Lock

  • High Security Encryption
    • Protects your sensitive documents with military-grade 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.
  • Cloud Protection & Remote Management
    • Reset your password or securely delete your data from web-based management tool for an extra layer of protection.
  • Easy to Install & Use
    • Simple wizard walks you through installation and configuration. Your files are encrypted as soon as PC Lock is installed!
  • Automatic & “Invisible” Encryption
    • Encrypts files automatically in the background without slowing down your PC. Selectivity options allow you to control what is encrypted.
  • Compatible with Other Security Software
    • Provides an extra layer of protection and complements your current PC security software.
  • Instant PC Protection
    • If your PC is lost or stolen, PC Lock prevents unauthorized access to your files even if your stolen computer is never again connected to the Internet.

Laplink is running a 24-hour promotion (I am not sure exactly when it will end) giving away PC Lock for FREE! They don’t specifically state this, but I believe this promotion is for a 12-month license only. After 12-months you may or may not be able to use PC Lock without paying (I don’t know).

Editor’s note: Please note that after this free 12-months license ends, your files will be locked and encrypted until you pay for another year’s worth of subscription. The only way to ensure your files are unencrypted when the free 12-months end is to uninstall PC Lock before your subscription ends. I suggest users skip out on this program and give freeware tools, like Truecrypt, a try instead.

PC Lock giveaway page: http://www.laplink.com/productcode/default.asp?productcode=2FF30R06KN5S

Promotion details: http://www.laplink.com/pclocklaunch

PC Lock product page: http://www.laplink.com/pclock/

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4 comments

  1. shelley

    I tried to see if I could download this, perhaps due to the time difference or luck, it was still up for grabs. The license code was there, everything looked fine. Then, after giving all my private details and getting logged in to download the file, I am unable to do so. WHY??? because it says the serial has expired. Furthermore, it was not in my account I created with them. In other words, the promo has expired, but you wont find this out until you give all your private details and log in for nothing.
    Well, at least I was lucky enough to read that I should use truecrypt, instead. My files would be safe after 12 months

  2. Mike

    Shameful developer promotion: encrypt your files; forget to unencrypt by 1 year; and then have to pay to get at your files. At the very least, the developer should allow a single free unencrypt after 1 year, to “rescue” one’s data back.