New Free Version of McAfee Mobile Security

At CES, last month in Las Vegas, Intel announced plans to offer elements of McAfee® Mobile Security for free. Since last year, we have had a free mobile security solution for Android users, and today we’re pleased to announce the availability of a new update to our free mobile protection.

We’ve significantly enhanced McAfee Mobile Security, adding features to ensure that our mobile security offering is now the most comprehensive free solution on the market—across both Android and iOS platforms.

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Android Features

  • Intel Device Protection Technology. Built into the Android OS on Intel devices, this works to proactively block malware delivered through malicious apps and websites, while also conserving battery power.
  • Privacy. Deep app inspection provides a thorough crosscheck of all of your apps and informs of potential privacy violations. PIN protect your apps and create up to three user profiles.
  • Wi-Fi Protection. Alerts of non-secured Wi-Fi connections and automatically disconnects the device if it detects someone is attempting to hack into your connection in order to send your emails, keystrokes and other information to a separate server, known as ARP spoofing.
  • Web Protection. Blocks users from visiting or opening phishing sites and browser exploits in texts (SMS) and multi-media messages, emails, QR codes and social networking posts.
  • CaptureCam. Takes a picture and captures your phone’s location when there are multiple incorrect attempts to unlock your device, while your phone is on. Images and location are sent directly to your account.
  • Remote Locate, Lock, Wipe and Alarm. In the event your device is lost or stolen, use the remote lock and wipe feature from the McAfee Mobile Security management portal, or via text message from another phone, to ensure that none of your private data falls into the wrong hands.

iOS Features

  • Secure Camera and Vault. Keep all your private pictures and video in a vault that can only be accessed with a personal identification number (PIN). Allows you to take pictures and videos and send them directly to your secure vault, without leaving them exposed on your phone.
  • Jailbreak Detection. Notifies you immediately when your phone has been jailbroken, which exposes it to threats that Apple may not be able to address.
  • Data Backup and Restore. Backup and restore all your contacts in the event your device needs to be replaced.

The reality is that we are all vulnerable to cyberattacks or theft, especially with the advent of features such as the Internet of Things. Working with Intel, McAfee aims to reduce the barriers around security and help make it accessible to as many people as possible. As our world becomes more connected, it’s important that consumers feel safe and secure in their daily mobile communications.

Don’t let your guard down when it comes to your personal data. For many of us, our smartphones and tablets are indispensible—so be sure to install McAfee Mobile Security on your iOS or Android devices to keep them safe.

To stay up to date on the latest in mobile privacy and security, follow us on Twitter at @McAfeeConsumer and Like us on Facebook and share your thoughts with us!

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Intel Security Live from Barcelona – Mobile World Congress 2014

Things have kicked off with a force at Mobile World Congress 2014 in beautiful Barcelona, Spain, where several industries focusing on mobile technologies will come together to share the latest digital and social innovations. During the other 51 weeks of the year, the impressive impact that these technologies have had on our current global culture is pretty much undeniable, but during this week in February, the promise of what the mobile future holds for us comes to light.

Some of the major topics that will be addressed at this year’s event will undoubtedly be the increasing inner-connectivity of internet-enabled devices, as well as the road ahead for mobile payment technologies. The Internet has made it possible for the world to stay connected, and mobile devices have made that connectivity possible on the go. The Internet of Things (IoT)—which I have discussed before—has become a very real part of daily life, from smart refrigerators, thermostats, and game consoles, to cars and everything else in between.

Smartphones and tablets now have the ability to keep us connected to almost every aspect of our lives, but the security implications should also be considered. Recent high-profile incidents have brought these risks into the spotlight, and it will be interesting to see if and how these challenges will be addressed by the industry—at Mobile World Congress and beyond.

Oversharing Apps Create New Risks

Aside from the risks associated with connected devices, our recent McAfee Mobile Security Report brought to light new issues around user safety when it comes to the data we share across devices and apps. The dominant theme displayed in the report’s findings was that apps are tracking users more than they may realize, with some of the worst culprits harboring a malicious agenda. Our research team found that 82% of the Android apps analyzed track mobile activities, with 80% of those actually collecting location information.

In addition to tracking location, the majority of apps also record the Wi-Fi and data networks you use and when you turn on your device. This habit of app oversharing is more of a concern than ever before when it comes to IoT devices, with a potential data breach putting not only your phone, but also every device it’s connected to at risk.

Mobile Devices are Ubiquitous, But Security Isn’t

From your grandmother to your neighbor, it seems like everyone has at least one mobile device—or two, or three! We found that 85% of people surveyed globally own a smartphone and more than 50% own a tablet. However, while device usage may be more popular than ever, device protection is still lacking, with 41% using the same password across multiple Internet connected devices.

Additionally, we found that almost 30% of respondents don’t even have a basic PIN or passcode enabled on their devices for protection. The Internet of Things has raised the stakes now that your house, car, and a multitude of other sensitive things can be synced to your mobile device. Our recent survey emphasizes the fact that user responsibility is one trend that needs to increase when it comes to mobile devices.

Combat App Snooping with Mobile Security

There will be a plethora of new mobile gizmos and gadgets that come out of Mobile World Congress, and we can be assured that both old and new threats alike will undoubtedly follow these innovations. The only way to combat the risks that come along with mobile technology is proper security, and together with Intel, we have made it a priority to ensure that all users can have access to the protection they need for free.

McAfee Mobile Security offers a wide array of easy-to-use safety features that protect your devices and the sensitive data on them without draining precious battery life or memory. From tracking the location of a missing phone or tablet, to remote lock and wipe features, app monitoring, secure data locker, and more, McAfee mobile security works quietly in the background of you favorite Android and Apple devices. Key features include:

  • Data backup and restore for contacts. It can take a long time to build out your contacts list. Restore your data to a new Android or Apple device in the event your previous one gets damaged, lost, or stolen.
  • Locate and track lost or stolen devices. Find your Apple or Android device on a map using the remote management portal. In addition, the SOS feature automatically saves the last known location of your device before the battery runs out.
  • Web protection for mobile browsing. McAfee Mobile Security keeps you from visiting potentially dangerous phishing sites or getting redirected with browser exploits when searching the Web on your Android or Apple device.

We will be launching our Free Mobile Security offering during the show, so be sure to download the newest version for both iOS and Android devices.

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Stay Secure, Win Prizes – Mobile World Congress 2014 PIN It Contest

We’re kicking off Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain this week! This is an exciting time for the mobile industry and world at large, with the latest and greatest mobile gadgets showcased as well as a dialogue established around critical issues. Whether you are onsite at the show or tuning in from home, there will undoubtedly be some great things launched and shared that will have a lasting impact on the industry—and you!

In preparation for the event, we studied the mobile habits of more than 9,000 adults, ages 18 to 54, and discovered some interesting—and concerning—trends about mobile behavior and usage worldwide. The majority of people surveyed (85%) own a smartphone, and 53% have a tablet, yet 27% don’t protect their mobile devices with even a basic PIN code. These realities about consumer security are worrisome not only because of device theft, but also because the risk of mobile malware has increased significantly since 2013. Our recent McAfee Mobile Security Report found that 80% of Android apps track and collect users’ personal and location information, and oftentimes the worst culprits are also malicious in nature—adding spyware or other malware to your device. With the physical and digital risks targeting mobile devices at an all time high, it seems like mobile security needs a serious overhaul.

With that in mind, we want to celebrate all of the informed users out there, who are taking the safety of their devices and the information on them seriously. Starting Monday, February 24th through Friday, February 28th, we’ll be running a contest on Twitter. Winners will be chosen daily to receive a $50 Amazon e-gift card and a 1-year subscription to McAfee LiveSafe™ service.

There’s two ways that you can enter:

  • For those of you at Mobile World Congress, stop by the Crack the PIN kiosk inside of the Intel Stand (#3D30, Hall 3) and tweet a picture of yourself there to @McAfeeConsumer with the hashtags #PINIt and #MWC14 to be entered to win!
  • Participants not at the event can show us how well protected their mobile devices are by taking a screen shot of their smartphone PIN lock screen to prove that they have this security enabled. Tweet the picture to @McAfeeConsumer with the hashtags #PINIt and #MWC14 to be entered to win!

Stay secure, and follow the directions below for a chance to win big!

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MWC PIN It Contest Terms and Conditions

1.   How to enter: No purchase necessary. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. The McAfee Mobile World Congress PIN It Contest (the “Contest”) will have five (5) drawing periods during which time all entries must be received. Central European Time shall control for all purposes of this Contest. Ten (10) winners will be chosen, two (2) for each drawing period. Drawing periods are as follows:

  • Drawing 1: Monday, February 24th 8:00 AM CET through 11:00 PM CET
  • Drawing 2: Tuesday, February 25th 8:00 AM CET through 11:00 PM CET
  • Drawing 3: Wednesday, February 26th 8:00 AM CET through 11:00 PM CET
  • Drawing 4: Thursday, February 27th 8:00 AM CET through 11:00 PM CET
  • Drawing 5: Friday, February 28st 8:00AM CET through 11:00 PM CET

During each Drawing period, participants must do the following steps.

a) For Participants Attending Mobile World Congress 2014:

  1. 1.     Take a picture of yourself at the Crack the PIN Kiosk inside of the Intel stand at Mobile World Congress.
  2. 2.     Tweet the picture with the hashtags #MWC14 and #PINIt to @McAfeeConsumer. Tweet must include both the #MWC14 and #PINIt hashtags.

b) For Offsite Participants:

  1. 1.     Take a picture of your smartphone’s lock screen to show that the PIN feature has been enabled.
  2. 2.     Tweet the picture with the hashtags #MWC14 and #PINIt to @McAfeeConsumer. Tweet must include both the #MWC14 and #PINIt hashtags.

Contest submissions will be accepted starting at 8am CET on Monday, February 24th, during the drawing period on Twitter featuring the #MWC14 and #PINIt hashtags. Each photo must be accompanied with the #MWC14 and #PINIt hashtags to be eligible to win, and a winner from each category (a) on-site and (b) offsite will be chosen from the viable pool of entries that used both hashtags. No other method of entry will be accepted besides Twitter. Entries from one Drawing are not carried over to a later Drawing (you must enter each Drawing separately).

Only one eligible tweet per person, per Drawing.

2.   Eligibility: The contest is open globally to those who are 18 years of age or older on the date the contest begins and live in a jurisdiction where this prize contest and drawing are not prohibited. Employees of McAfee and its subsidiaries, affiliates, prize suppliers, and advertising and promotional agencies, their immediate families (spouses, parents, children, and siblings and their spouses), and individuals living in the same household as such employees are ineligible. A winner of one Drawing is eligible to enter in the subsequent Drawings. Entrants are only allowed to win one (1) drawing each.

3.   Winner Selection: Two (2) winners for each Drawing will be selected from the eligible entries received during a Drawing’s entry period. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by the Official Contest Rules and the decisions of the coordinators, which shall be final and binding in all respects.

Winner Notification: Each drawing winner will be notified via direct message on Twitter.com at the end of each drawing period. Prize winners will be required to sign an Affidavit of Eligibility and Liability/Publicity Release (where permitted by law) to be returned within ten (10) days of written notification, or prize may be forfeited and an alternate winner selected. If a prize notification is returned as unclaimed or undeliverable to a potential winner, if potential winner cannot be reached within four (4) calendar days from the first notification attempt, or if potential winner fails to return requisite document within the specified time period, or if a potential winner is not in compliance with these Official Rules, then such person shall be disqualified and, at Sponsor’s sole discretion, an alternate winner may be selected for the prize at issue based on the winner selection process described above.

4.   Prizes: The prize for each Drawing is a $50 Amazon gift card and a 1-year subscription to McAfee LiveSafe™ service. (Approximate retail value “ARV” of the prizes is $130.)

Entrants agree that McAfee has the sole right to determine the winners of the drawing and all matters or disputes arising from the drawing and that its determination is final and binding. There are no prize substitutions, transfers or cash equivalents permitted except at the sole discretion of McAfee.

Sponsor will not replace any lost or stolen prizes. Sponsor is not responsible for delays in prize delivery beyond its control. All other expenses and items not specifically mentioned in these Official Rules are not included and are the prize winners’ sole responsibility. ARV of the prize may be subject to market fluctuation. In the event the stated ARV of a prize is more than the actual retail value of the prize at the time of award, the difference will not be awarded in cash or otherwise.

5.   General conditions: Entrants agree that by entering they agree to be bound by these rules. All federal, state, and local taxes, fees, and surcharges on prize packages are the sole responsibility of the prizewinner.

Sponsor is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate entry information, whether caused by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Contest, or by any technical or human error, which may occur in the processing of the Contest entries. By entering, participants release and hold harmless McAfee and its respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, employees, attorneys, agents, and representatives from any and all liability for any injuries, loss, claim, action, demand, or damage of any kind arising from or in connection with the contest, any prize won, any misuse or malfunction of any prize awarded, participation in any contest-related activity, or participation in the contest. 

Prize Forfeiture:  Each prize will be awarded. If winner cannot be notified, does not respond to notification, does not meet eligibility requirements, or otherwise does not comply with these prize drawing rules, then the winner will forfeit the prize and an alternate winner will be selected from remaining eligible entry forms for each Drawing.

Dispute Resolution:  Entrants agree that McAfee has the sole right to determine the winners of the drawing and all matters or disputes arising from the drawing and that its determination is final and binding. There are no prize substitutions, transfers or cash equivalents permitted except at the sole discretion of McAfee.

Governing Law:  Each Prize Drawing and these rules will be construed in accordance with the laws, jurisdiction, and venue of New York.

Privacy Policy Personal information obtained in connection with this prize drawing will be handled in accordance policy set forth at http://www.mcafee.com/us/about/privacy.html

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Are Your Apps Oversharing? 2014 Mobile Security Report Tells All

Remember, 20 years ago, when it was a technological marvel to be able to make a phone call from a device roughly the size of a shoebox? And yet, in such a short span of time we have shifted to a practical dependence on the connectivity of mobile devices and the convenience they afford. Smartphones and tablets offer users a unique accessibility that is both universal and personal at the same time—and has changed the way we interact, eat, shop, and much more. Unfortunately, with such widespread adoption comes the attention of cybercriminals and other threats.

According to the most recent McAfee Mobile Security Report, your favorite mobile apps might be looking into more than what you expect, including tracking location data and other personal details, as well as oversharing and installing malware.

McAfee researchers found that privacy-invading apps are more common than ever before, and beyond violating your digital space, some even contain malware and other suspicious characteristics. After analyzing the behavior and permissions of thousands of Android apps, our research team found that 82% of apps track mobile activities, with 80% of those actually collecting location information. Aside from location-based apps like Yelp and Google Maps, many apps now collects data on where you go, with 4-out-of-5 tracking either exact location, general location, or last known location. In addition to tracking location, the majority of apps also record the Wi-Fi and data networks you use and when you turn on your device.

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While some tracking may be inevitable, the real question is: what are these apps doing with all of the information that they collect? Where does it go? Who is it going to? This should concern you since some of these apps may be oversharing that information with third parties or using it to inform more nefarious groups. It is always important to explore exactly what permissions each app is asking for, like your device’s unique subscriber ID, which is linked to your name and other data that can expose your identity to cybercriminals and is sent whenever your device is communicating with other devices or programs. Additionally, permissions that can use the device’s GPS to pinpoint your exact location or read text messages can also put you at risk. Normally, this information is used to geo-target ads and mobile offers, but any additional details about you and your device can also allow cybercriminals to expand their data profiles on you.

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On top of the run-of-the-mill privacy-invading apps, 35% of the most aggressive offenders also contained malware, including Trojans that can download other software or perform unwanted activities, and suspicious programs, such as spyware. Mobile malware in general almost tripled from 2012 to 2013, and continues to focus on personal data collection. Not surprisingly, a potentially dangerous app was more likely to monitor sensitive data like tasks and app usage, in addition to other personal and device-identifying information. Mobile games had the highest chance of containing malware by far, followed by tools.

I’ve written in the past about mobile location tracking along with the digital tug-o-war around user data, but the key to taking advantage of all that mobile has to offer, while at the same time keeping personal information safe, is your own choice. Before clicking ‘accept’ to download a new app, think about why it would need the information it has requested. Does a scheduling app need to access your camera or send text messages? Chances are, if something seems unnecessary, it probably is. While the tradeoff between privacy and convenience is not always black and white, being aware of app permissions and managing the information you reveal through mobile devices is crucial to the security of your smartphone or tablet.

McAfee® Mobile Security features a number of comprehensive protection options that can help users navigate the complicated waters of app safety, including:

  • Malicious software detection and removal. McAfee Mobile Security can locate malware like the Android “Fake Installer” and “MasterKey” exploit before they harm your data or Android device.
  • Get the “sharing” rating of your favorite apps. McAfee maintains a reputation database for Android mobile apps. Apps installed on your device are given a privacy “sharing” rating based on behavior compared to its category, the permissions it requests, and how much information it collects.
  • Additional device protection even after an app is downloaded. Android users can review permissions of downloaded apps as well as remove any unwanted apps within the McAfee Mobile Security dashboard.

Keep your mobile devices and personal information safe from recent threats—download McAfee Mobile Security for Android or iOS today. Additionally, check out the complete McAfee Mobile Security Report here.

To stay up to date on the latest in mobile privacy and security, follow us on Twitter at @McAfeeConsumer and Like us on Facebook and share your thoughts with us!

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From McAfee With Love – Twitter Trivia Contest

With Valentine’s Day behind us, singles and couples alike undoubtedly expressed their love in a variety of real and digital ways. McAfee recently released the results of the 2014 Love, Relationships, and Technology study and found that people are more willing than ever to share intimate and racy content via their mobile devices. Worldwide, people are oversharing and overlooking some crucial precautionary steps to protect themselves—and their reputations—online.

For example, nearly 50% of respondents said that they use their mobile device to share intimate photos, videos, emails and messages, and 16% have sent sexts to a complete stranger! And, with more than 40% sharing email accounts and banking details, it’s clear we’re giving our partners too much information, especially since 30% of people log into their significant others’ Facebook accounts on a monthly basis and 28% of us have taken our significant other’s mobile device to see the content it has stored. While it’s important to be confident in your online and physical relationships, it’s also crucial to be aware of the risks in order to avoid getting stung by bad buzz later.

Love is a digital battlefield and we want to know how much you know about love and technology. Starting Monday, February 17th through Friday, February 21st, we’ll be running a trivia contest on Twitter. Daily winners will receive a $50 Amazon e-gift card and a 1-year subscription to McAfee LiveSafe™ service. Brush up on your consumer and mobile security knowledge, as related to love and sharing, and be the first to correctly answer the daily trivia question posted on @McAfeeConsumer throughout the week. Submission must include both the hashtags #SextRegret and #LRTTrivia.

Follow the directions below for a chance to win big!

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Terms and Conditions

1.   How to enter: No purchase necessary. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. The McAfee Love, Relationships and Technology Trivia Contest (the “Contest”) will have five (5) drawing periods during which time all entries must be received. Pacific Time shall control for all purposes of this Contest. Five (5) winners will be chosen, one (1) for each drawing period. Drawing periods are as follows:

  • Drawing 1: Monday, February 17th 8:00 AM PT through 6:00 PM PT
  • Drawing 2: Tuesday, February 18th 8:00 AM PT through 6:00 PM PT
  • Drawing 3: Wednesday, February 19th 8:00 AM PT through 6:00 PM PT
  • Drawing 4: Thursday, February 20th 8:00 AM PT through 6:00 PM PT
  • Drawing 5: Friday, February 21st 8:00AM PT through 6:00 PM PT

 During each Drawing period, go to the @McAfeeConsumer page on Twitter and do the following steps.

a)    Find the trivia question of the day, which will include the hashtags: #SextRegret and #LRTTrivia.

b)    Be the first to correctly answer the trivia question of the day. Answer tweet must include both the #SextRegret and #LRTTrivia hashtags.

 Look for the trivia tweet daily starting at 8am PT. Incorrect answers or those that do not contain both the #SextRegret AND #LRTTrivia hashtags will not be considered. 

Trivia contest tweets will be announced one time per day starting at 8am PT during the drawing period on the @McAfeeConsumer feed featuring the #SextRegret and #LRTTrivia hashtags. Each answer must include the #SextRegret and #LRTTrivia hashtags to be eligible to win, and winners will be chosen on a first come, first serve basis who correctly answered the trivia question and used both hashtags. No other method of entry will be accepted besides Twitter. Entries from one Drawing are not carried over to a later Drawing (you must enter each Drawing separately).

Only one eligible tweet per person, per Drawing.

2.   Eligibility: The contest is open globally to those who are 18 years of age or older on the date the contest begins and live in a jurisdiction where this prize contest and drawing are not prohibited. Employees of McAfee and its subsidiaries, affiliates, prize suppliers, and advertising and promotional agencies, their immediate families (spouses, parents, children, and siblings and their spouses), and individuals living in the same household as such employees are ineligible. A winner of one Drawing is eligible to enter in the subsequent Drawings. An entrant cannot win more than two (2) Drawings.

3.   Winner Selection: One (1) winner for each Drawing will be selected from the first eligible correct answer received during a Drawing’s entry period. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by the Official Contest Rules and the decisions of the coordinators, which shall be final and binding in all respects.

Winner Notification: Each drawing winner will be notified via direct message on Twitter.com at the end of each drawing period. Prize winners will be required to sign an Affidavit of Eligibility and Liability/Publicity Release (where permitted by law) to be returned within ten (10) days of written notification, or prize may be forfeited and an alternate winner selected. If a prize notification is returned as unclaimed or undeliverable to a potential winner, if potential winner cannot be reached within four (4) calendar days from the first notification attempt, or if potential winner fails to return requisite document within the specified time period, or if a potential winner is not in compliance with these Official Rules, then such person shall be disqualified and, at Sponsor’s sole discretion, an alternate winner may be selected for the prize at issue based on the winner selection process described above.

4.   Prizes: The prize for each Drawing is a $50 Amazon gift card and a 1-year subscription to McAfee LiveSafe™ service. (Approximate retail value “ARV” of each prize pack is $130.)

Entrants agree that McAfee has the sole right to determine the winners of the drawing and all matters or disputes arising from the drawing and that its determination is final and binding. There are no prize substitutions, transfers or cash equivalents permitted except at the sole discretion of McAfee.

Sponsor will not replace any lost or stolen prizes. Sponsor is not responsible for delays in prize delivery beyond its control. All other expenses and items not specifically mentioned in these Official Rules are not included and are the prize winners’ sole responsibility. ARV of the prize may be subject to market fluctuation. In the event the stated ARV of a prize is more than the actual retail value of the prize at the time of award, the difference will not be awarded in cash or otherwise.

5.   General conditions: Entrants agree that by entering they agree to be bound by these rules. All federal, state, and local taxes, fees, and surcharges on prize packages are the sole responsibility of the prizewinner.

Sponsor is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate entry information, whether caused by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Contest, or by any technical or human error, which may occur in the processing of the Contest entries. By entering, participants release and hold harmless McAfee and its respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, employees, attorneys, agents, and representatives from any and all liability for any injuries, loss, claim, action, demand, or damage of any kind arising from or in connection with the contest, any prize won, any misuse or malfunction of any prize awarded, participation in any contest-related activity, or participation in the contest. 

Prize Forfeiture:  Each prize will be awarded. If winner cannot be notified, does not respond to notification, does not meet eligibility requirements, or otherwise does not comply with these prize drawing rules, then the winner will forfeit the prize and an alternate winner will be selected from remaining eligible entry forms for each Drawing.

Dispute Resolution Entrants agree that McAfee has the sole right to determine the winners of the drawing and all matters or disputes arising from the drawing and that its determination is final and binding. There are no prize substitutions, transfers or cash equivalents permitted except at the sole discretion of McAfee.

Governing Law:  Each Prize Drawing and these rules will be construed in accordance with the laws, jurisdiction, and venue of New York.

Privacy Policy Personal information obtained in connection with this prize drawing will be handled in accordance policy set forth at http://www.mcafee.com/us/about/privacy.html (McAfee Privacy Policy).

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