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Kaspersky- Use Trial Indefinitely [Taken from net]

Here i found Kaspersky Internet Security
2010 Trial Reset trick. You don't need to download anything.

Just follow following steps and don't miss a single one.

Part 1: Create REG file

Copy following text into notepad and save it as KasperskyRestartTrial.reg somewhere..

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

Note that the icon of this file should look as reg file and not text file.

Part 2: Actual resetting
1. Disable Kaspersky Self-Defense. Open Kaspersky, go to Settings > Options> Disable the item "Enable Self-Defense"> OK


2. Run KasperskyRestartTrial.reg created in previous part.(Click "Yes" then "Ok")

3. Using right mouse button, click on Kaspersky icon near the clock and select Exit.

4. Go to Kaspersky data folder(C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Labs). To go direct, copy the address below. On Windows, click on Start button and run the address below.

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab


5. Go to AVP9 folder and rename the Data folder to any other name. For example "DataMe" (Rename...dont delete!!!!)


6. Open Kaspersky Internet Security or Kaspersky AntiVirus.

7. If Kaspersky remakes the Data folder, then delete the new Data folder it recreated. For this you may have to exit kaspersky again as in step 3.
* Be careful not to delete the original folder from step number 5, because we need it!

8. Rename back the original Data folder to its original name. Start kaspersky again if you exited it in step 7.

9. Select "Enable test version (30 days)"

10. Enable Kaspersky Self-Defense!

1 comment:

  1. [Update:]
    This trick works perfectly on 2010 versions (Both KIS & KAV).
    Use that, it works fine, and updated with latest definitions.. It is perfect.
    But for 2011 and later versions this won't work..
    As soon as I get a trick for newer versions.. It will be posted!

    Remember- It is a setup flaw.. we are not doing anything illegal! ;-) :-D


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