Panda Global Protection 2016 5 Devices Multi Year License (As long as you want)
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Panda Global Protection 2016 5 Devices Multi Year License (As long as you want)

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Found 31st Jan 2016
This is a TP-Link promo for Panda Global Protection which supports up to 5 devices including Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Due to a loophole the 6 month promo code can be used multiple times on a single account meaning you can activate the program for as long as you like. Whether you want 1, 2, 3 or more years is up to you.

Panda Global Protection Features:
pandasecurity.com/uk/…rs/

How to get a multi year license:

1) Create a new account at Panda using a legit email address. Verify the account from received email (skip the name/address page).

2) Download Global Protection 2016 trial and install (watch for the adware). Open the program and it'll activate for 30 days (use any fake email if it asks for one to activate the 30 days).
acs.pandasoftware.com/Pan…exe

3) Click My Products in the main window (bottom left), click "I have an activation code" at the bottom and enter the code:
GP15TPLINK56

4) Enter email and password from your account when asked. Activation should be successful and you'll have 180 days.

5) This is important; WAIT A COUPLE OF MINUTES and repeat step 3 to get another 6 months added to your account. Entering the code too soon will revert it back to 6 months again so wait at least a few minutes between tries.

Repeat step 3 however many times you want to boost your license. Once logged into the Panda software you only have to keep entering the promo code every few minutes.

A 1 year Panda Global Protection 5 device license is currently a hefty £69.99 at their website.

***Alternate method***

This way is the reverse of above and will let you get the license length first before creating an account:

Don't create an account yet, download and install Panda, then use the promo code as many times as you want (while leaving 2 or 3 minute gaps). Each time it asks for an email choose select account later.

When you get to the license period you want, click go to my account and enter an email which isn't tied to a Panda account. Then go through the account setup phase. When that's done your account will show the license period you got up to with the promo code.

This seems to be a safer method and shouldn't cause so many issues, I've had 100% success with it so far.

In fact you don't need to create an account at all but can keep using Panda with the extended license, but it does mean you can't reuse it in the case of reinstall.
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Is it any good tho ? I'm using avast at t he mo
In terms of protection and detection rates, it is very good and often up the top among the likes of Bitdefender and Kaspersky in testing lab results.
http://chart.av-comparatives.org/chart1.php
https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/windows-10/

Not as good as Avast performance wise though.
Edited by: "rcom" 31st Jan 2016
Love panda, running this on my server currently (the business version) very attractive UI
it only gives you 1 year and tried it again it gives you critical error and I waited 5 mins
jjp2701

it only gives you 1 year and tried it again it gives you critical error … it only gives you 1 year and tried it again it gives you critical error and I waited 5 mins



That happened to me one time but I tried with another email/Panda account and got 5 years, could have gone on and got more but got bored....;)

http://i.imgur.com/Qw5ge2I.png

Check the online account and see how many registrations you've got, mine had about 5 on there which is possibly why that account wouldn't go past 1 year. The other what worked had 2, one for the 30 day trial and one for the 5 years.
I got 2 of each how do I sort it out then ?
jjp2701

I got 2 of each how do I sort it out then ?



Just checked, my Gmail email that won't go past 1 year has 4 products on it as well. According to Panda you can't get products off your account which is why I just ended up using another email, and that one worked.
when u say another email u mean after you put the code in the second time around u put a new email and password ?
I tried again doesn't work bud
My Gmail I mentioned earlier wouldn't go past 1 year has started accepting the code again. Either you can wait a little while and try again (it might have got a bit paranoid and blocked the upgrade for a few hours) or uninstall and reinstall Panda, activate with the license key found in the online account, then try to add the code again. As I said, mine works fine now and it had the same issue as yours.
I had Panda Antivirus as a 5 year Groupon deal for a £9.99 five years ago which is now nearing the end. This is great for me and it worked till 2024.

[img]i.imgur.com/Bio…png?1[/img]

Thanks OP.
You think you'll still be using Panda in 8 years time...?
Is it the account web page, where you have to enter the code? because it is giving me invalid code message?
No, you put the code in from the Panda program.
cypher1055

Is it the account web page, where you have to enter the code? because it … Is it the account web page, where you have to enter the code? because it is giving me invalid code message?



yeah me too :\
pontprennau

yeah me too :\



Once you have created an account ignore the website, everything else is done via the Panda software.
After the first successful license extension, I'm receiving the following message when trying to extend for the second time:
Error activating the product
Generic error
Help about this problem(9-1004)
lomah

After the first successful license extension, I'm receiving the following … After the first successful license extension, I'm receiving the following message when trying to extend for the second time:Error activating the productGeneric errorHelp about this problem(9-1004)



Log into your online account, click on a Global Protection product then click on the license key to copy it, then enter that into the program "i have an activation code" window. If successful wait a few minutes and try the promo code again.
roycom

Log into your online account, click on a Global Protection product then … Log into your online account, click on a Global Protection product then click on the license key to copy it, then enter that into the program "i have an activation code" window. If successful wait a few minutes and try the promo code again.



yeah sorted it now:) bloody thing took it twice then it thought it was a new device and slapped it back to 6 months :\ I see both in my account now though. i'll settle for the year:)
Heat added btw and thanks for posting
pontprennau

yeah sorted it now:) bloody thing took it twice then it thought it was a … yeah sorted it now:) bloody thing took it twice then it thought it was a new device and slapped it back to 6 months :\ I see both in my account now though. i'll settle for the year:)



Better than a slap in the face...

1 year is still a saving of £69.99 according to the Panda website.
Edited by: "rcom" 1st Feb 2016
I've added an alternative method to the original post, seems to cause fewer issues and has greater chance of success, less chance of wasting an email address too...;)
gary_rip

Full download link: … Full download link: http://acs.pandasoftware.com/Panda2016/GP/181166/GP16.exe


It's already in the description but doesn't hurt to show it again.
Cheers op, using your 2nd method without problems
Worked for me, heat added Thanks
roycom

It's already in the description but doesn't hurt to show it again.


Different link. This one is the full file redistributable, the one you link to is just the 1MB downloader.
gary_rip

Different link. This one is the full file redistributable, the one you … Different link. This one is the full file redistributable, the one you link to is just the 1MB downloader.



Apologies, I didn't notice the subtle difference in the url...:D
amazing the second option works great
Looks like they fixed it. The code no loner stacks for me, but just creates multiple/separate 6 months trials on the account.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 3rd Feb 2016
I think you're right, this is now over, needs to be expired.
Not only expired but looks like Panda have reverted my account to 6 months from the 3 years I added
Mine has also gone back to six months from four years.
me too, gone from 10 years to 6 months , lol
Sorry to hear that guys, they've obviously twigged what was going on.

This has most definitely expired now, and then some.
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