yeah….what you heard was absolutley true…but that is available to AUSUS laptops ROG motherboard users..if u dont have a rog mother board u cant be sad.there is an trick to activate it on your computer…
If you do not own an ASUS ROG motherboard, attempting to install Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 using their setup installer will fail with the error message “Error has Occurred. Application was not installed. Digital signature of installation files is missing”
1.So first of all u need to remove any previous versions of kaspersky if installedby running kaspersky products removal tool.
2.next thing u need to do is install 7 zip from here(32bit or 64 bit depending on your windows) http://7-zip.org/download.html .
3.Goto ausus kaspersky page and download the file http://www.asus.com/event/2013/mb/KL_ASUS_ROG/index.htm
4.Once downloaded, right click on the zip file and “Extract Here…” to produce a setup executable. Then right click again and extract the setup installer file contents to a folder.
5.Go into the folder you extracted, right click on the kavkis.msi (executable file not zip file) and choose to “Extract Here…”. This will extract a single cbi.dll file which is the activation file for Kaspersky Antivirus. Right Click and Copy or Cut the cbi.dll file.
6.You need to manually create the Kaspersky Anti-Virus directory structure and paste the cbi.dll into it. Go to C:\Program Files\ and create a folder “Kaspersky Lab”. Go into that folder and create another folder called “Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013″, the structure will look like this for 32-bit users:
C:\Program Files\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013
or the following for 64-bit users:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013
Paste the cbi.dll into the Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 folder.
7.Now you need to create another directory structure, go to C:\ProgramData and create the folders “Kaspersky Lab”, then “AVP13″ inside that, and “Data” inside that to produce the following structure for Windows Vista, 7 and 8. The ProgramData folder is hidden by default so if you can’t see it in the root of C, type C:\ProgramData into the Search box on the Start menu or configure Windows to show hidden files and folders from Folder Options found in Control Panel.
8. Go back to the KAV ROG folder from step 3 and double click to open the kavkis.cab file (not the msi from earlier). Inside you will find the Kaspersky license file with a name of _1AA7CD13.key. Right click and copy it, then paste the key file into the Data folder created from step 7.
9. Now the Asus ROG license files are in place, it’s time to download the kaspersky antivirus setup installer from the Kaspersky website. You MUST download the update installer which the link here only ( http://www.kaspersky.com/anti-virus-latest-versions) and NOT the trial installer or it won’t work and you will only get 30 days. Then simply install the package as usual, it probably makes no difference whether you choose to participate in the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN). For reference, the tested installer was kav22.214.171.12490abcdefEN_4395 but should work fine on newer 2013 versions when they’re released.
NOTE:it is only for 1 computer for 1 year only,so use it for only 1 computer at home.