Crash and Win - Beta Testing for Beer and Blood
1000 beers await one of the Linux enthusiasts and professionals invited to crash^H^H^H^H test BitDefender Mail Protection for Enterprises Beta, the upcoming BitDefender antivirus and antispam solution for Linux e-mail servers. The most thorough beta tester will receive the aforementioned one thousand German beers and a trip to Romania, there to attend meetings with Count Dracula, the BitDefender development team and other local luminaries.
"We thought getting him drunk would be appropriate punishment for the man. On a more serious note, beta testing is an important part of what makes our products great and we appreciate the effort of these guys in no small way." declared BitDefender Product Manager Alexandru Balan.
Similar prizes will be available for the first three runners-up, with a special "BitDefender Crash Test Dummy" prize and title awaiting the creator of the most original way to crash the product.
A mailing list will be opened for testers to talk directly to BitDefender developers and in-house testers.
For applications, please click here.
Rules of the contest
Contest & beta campaign subscription form
Bitdefender is the creator of one of the world's fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified internet security software. The company is an industry pioneer, introducing and developing award-winning protection since 2001. Today, Bitdefender technology secures the digital experience of around 400 million home and corporate users across the globe.
Recently, Bitdefender won a series of important awards and accolades in the global security industry, including "Product of the Year" by AV-Comparatives, "Best Repair 2012" by AV-Test, "Editor's Choice" and "The Best Antivirus for 2013" by PC Mag, that confirmed the antivirus software’s leadership status among security products.
More information about Bitdefender's products is available from the company's security press room. Additionally, Bitdefender publishes the HOTforSecurity blog, where readers can find stories from the underworld of internet fraud, scams, malicious software - and gossip.