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Single-user licences. 1 or 2 years.

This has been posted before, with some differences, but was then expired - it still works, just tried it!

1. Go to http://www.kaspersky.com/ukrenew for a 30% discount on the licence
2. use the WHSMITH discount code for another 50% discount

Also - if you go through QUIDCO first, then change the URL manually to kaspersky.com/ukrenew, there is a fair chance that quidco tracks at 15%!

Note: this method buys you the 1-year or 2-year licence key - the actual SOFTWARE can be downloaded for free (incl a 60-day trial licence) at http://www.kaspersky-labs.co.uk/trials/reg/kis7/
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#1
Hot for me.
banned#2
Hot, one of the best if not the best security solution available for the windows os
1 Like #3
the usual cold voters that will soon give us a lecture on free virus protection;-)
#4
This price is applicable for renewals only. So only hot if you have the product already.

Returning customers can now renew their licenses at a 30% discount or get 30% off any other Kaspersky Lab product. A returning customer is somebody who has a current 1-year license and would like to renew it.

License Renewal Process
The process described below is for online customers only. All other customers should contact their reseller or retailer to renew licenses.

You should receive an email about two weeks before your license expiration date. There will be a special discount code in the email. If you have not received an email, please contact Claire Rule.

To renew your product:
Choose the relevant product from the options below and click on the "Renew" button next to it.

Don't forget to enter your discount code on the shopping cart page (in the coupon code field). You can then view your savings by selecting the "update" button.
#5
pluves1
This price is applicable for renewals only. So only hot if you have the product already.


I did not have a licence before :whistling: - so I am a new customer

"Renewal" worked a treat, discount code accepted, and my free trial version is now extended to April 2010 - although I signed up for a new account!
#6
dr.met.ty
I did not have a licence before :whistling:

It worked a treat, discount code accepted, and my free trial version is now extended to April 2010 - although I signed up for a new account!


So did you have the trial licence?

Great product (I'm using it already) but, wanted it for a mates PC. So if I download the trial for him and then try and renew - is that what you did?
#7
pluves1
So did you have the trial licence?

Great product (I'm using it already) but, wanted it for a mates PC. So if I download the trial for him and then try and renew - is that what you did?


Anyone can download a free 60-day trial at http://www.kaspersky-labs.co.uk/trials/reg/kis7/

Actually, the 60 days only start AFTER the 30 days that come with the free download version, in fact making it 90 days
#8
Guys,

Why oh why are you actually paying for a security system?

Simple go to AVG Grisoft and download their FREE internet security system.

Its an industry standard, and the updates happen almost every other day.

I've used it for years and I have never had a virus intrusion...

BUT if you really want to pay for something then eh..go ahead..
#9
^ I totally agree. Why people pay for antivirus software is beyond me. A lot of people seem to be fooled into thinking that because you're paying for it it must somehow be better. But I wont lecture anyone, just suggest people looking for an antivirus check out AVG free edition. Completely free with several updates released every day and works just the same as the other antivirus software you have to pay for.
#10
Tony Harrison
^ I totally agree. Why people pay for antivirus software is beyond me. A lot of people seem to be fooled into thinking that because you're paying for it it must somehow be better. But I wont lecture anyone, just suggest people looking for an antivirus check out AVG free edition. Completely free with several updates released every day and works just the same as the other antivirus software you have to pay for.


you get alot more features if you pay, for under £8 a year you get a lot of other security apps (compare it on the website!), the free ones are ONLY anti virus and thats not enough these days.

8 / 12 = 66p ish a month for top notch security :thumbsup:

why does AVG offer a free one and one you have to pay? AND if i was going for a free one i'd go for Avast, so much better (do a google) - this is definitly a good offer and Kaspersky is without doubt better than free ones

hot hot hot
#11
dr.met.ty
the usual cold voters that will soon give us a lecture on free virus protection;-)


:-D
#12
dr.met.ty;1844044
the usual cold voters that will soon give us a lecture on free virus protection;-)

That would be me then !
I haven't voted Cold, but I did have this 60-day trial, and it brought my Windows XP PC to a crawl - particularly my internet connection.
Removed it, put AVG Free Edition on instead, and it's back to normal speed again.
So, try before you buy.
#13
UncleMike
That would be me then !
I haven't voted Cold, but I did have this 60-day trial, and it brought my Windows XP PC to a crawl - particularly my internet connection.
Removed it, put AVG Free Edition on instead, and it's back to normal speed again.
So, try before you buy.


fair point. had similar problems with Norton and ZoneAlarm - KIS works a treat for my computers, both XP and Vista. But why not try the free trial first!
#14
in a way, I am not trying to advertise Kaspersky. I am not really so bothered what anyone installs on their PCs. This thread is just to say that if you like Kaspersky's suite (like me) then this price is pretty hard to beat
1 Like #15
Guys,

I'm a PC engineer and we get hundreds of virus infected PC's through the door every year. Without a doubt, free AV or antispyware products do not offer the same level of protection as SOME of the paid ones. While I agree AVG and Antivir offer good protection and in the case of Antivir its been proved to be better than Norton and McAfee (PC Pro group test Sep 07). Kaspersky stands head and shoulders above all the competion. It updates every hour (might seem pointless) but it ensures you get the latest updates almost as soon as Kaspersky release them. The same cant be said for AVG I'm afraid. If you wanna take the chance with the freebies then be my guest. It keeps my company in business and its your data that goes down the pan not mine!! LOL We see PC's infected with virus's all the time that have Norton, McAfee and AVG on them. That said there's a lot more to PC secuirty than AV software but thats a different story.
#16
Thanks, nj.

Anyone could bet it wouldn't be five seconds before the numpties waded in with "why pay for AV?" This despite Kaspersky's and NOD32's regularly topping the reviews in the mags some way ahead of the rest. The freebies tend to have fewer signature updates or are slower to perform scans and their detection rates on trojans and the like fall some way short of the industry leaders.
#17
mafia
you get alot more features if you pay, for under £8 a year you get a lot of other security apps (compare it on the website!), the free ones are ONLY anti virus and thats not enough these days.

8 / 12 = 66p ish a month for top notch security :thumbsup:

why does AVG offer a free one and one you have to pay? AND if i was going for a free one i'd go for Avast, so much better (do a google) - this is definitly a good offer and Kaspersky is without doubt better than free ones

hot hot hot

Like I say I'm not going to lecture anyone. If you are happy to pay for something you can get for free then I'm not going to try and stop you. What grates me is a lot of people are fooled into believing that you need to pay in order to fully secure your PC. A lot of these well known antivirus programs are resource hogs and bog down your PCs performance with extra features that are really not necessary. The belief that the subscription antivirus programs are somehow superior is nonsense.

If you want more than just anitvirus protection then download and install Spyware Blaster, Spybot Search and Destroy and ZoneAlarm (firewall). All of these are free and take up minimal amounts of your systems resources. I use all of the above along with AVG and never have any issues with security or PC performance (both things I'm a little obsessive with).

Just suggesting alternatives not lecturing. For a good guide on securing your PC check this out http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=25834. The guys on that forum really know what they're talking about.
#18
Just to back up previous posts, my friend uses AVG and recently got infected with a nasty virus. I use Norton and will be the first to admit it slows your PC down, but I've never been infected with a virus.
#19
spraint
Thanks, nj.

Anyone could bet it wouldn't be five seconds before the numpties waded in with "why pay for AV?" This despite Kaspersky's and NOD32's regularly topping the reviews in the mags some way ahead of the rest. The freebies tend to have fewer signature updates or are slower to perform scans and their detection rates on trojans and the like fall some way short of the industry leaders.
Guess that makes me a numpty by your standards then?. I'm hurt :whistling:.
#20
njdouglas
Guys,

I'm a PC engineer and we get hundreds of virus infected PC's through the door every year. Without a doubt, free AV or antispyware products do not offer the same level of protection as SOME of the paid ones. While I agree AVG and Antivir offer good protection and in the case of Antivir its been proved to be better than Norton and McAfee (PC Pro group test Sep 07). Kaspersky stands head and shoulders above all the competion. It updates every hour (might seem pointless) but it ensures you get the latest updates almost as soon as Kaspersky release them. The same cant be said for AVG I'm afraid. If you wanna take the chance with the freebies then be my guest. It keeps my company in business and its your data that goes down the pan not mine!! LOL We see PC's infected with virus's all the time that have Norton, McAfee and AVG on them. That said there's a lot more to PC secuirty than AV software but thats a different story.
#21
Agree. yes, updating every hour does seem pointless.
AVG free is fine .
#22
Man don't you just hate when numpties who know jack sh!t about computers put their ten pence in and can't read either!. I didn't say it was pointless, I said it may seem pointless but you do get the updates as soon as Kaspersky update their servers. Blaster work went round the internet in hours. At the time AVG free updated weekly. AVG free PC's were open to infection. Pointless indeed.
#23
Im not wading into the argument but in my experience of this latest version, DO NOT put in on your pc if you have an Acer PC.

I installed it on my acer laptop and in the end had to do a re install back to factory settings to fix things. Kaspersky confirmed to me that there are issues with Acer drivers and the software and there is no fix at present.

It corrupted lots of windows own programs like media player and add/remove programs would not stay open long enough to uninstall it!. Kept coming up with the Dr Watson postmortem debug error.

If you have Acer, and are putting this on, please do a system back up before! or avoid
#24
mafia
you get alot more features if you pay, for under £8 a year you get a lot of other security apps (compare it on the website!), the free ones are ONLY anti virus and thats not enough these days.

8 / 12 = 66p ish a month for top notch security :thumbsup:

why does AVG offer a free one and one you have to pay? AND if i was going for a free one i'd go for Avast, so much better (do a google) - this is definitly a good offer and Kaspersky is without doubt better than free ones

hot hot hot


add free comodo firewall and scan weekly with free spybot S&D should cover u at least as well as Kaspersky, not voted cold though as good price for this product
#25
In most of the anti virus reviews i've read AVG has come out poorly, where as Kaspersky is generally the leader nowadays.

Personally, I was unable to get used to Kaspersky when I trialled it earlier in the year and have been happily using Zone Alarm Internet Security in recent months and would probably then go for Bitdefender Internet Security and then Eset Smart Security in that order due just to the price. Eset's just too pricey coming in at around 40 quid for a single user license, while you can pick up Bitdefender from play.com for £17.99 for a 3 user license.

Anyway, back to this deal which is a superb offer.
#26
One of the best virus/security software you can get. Computer Associates is the best one IMPO (especially as theres upto $10k insurance with it) followed by BitDefender. - Yes you can get free ones like AVG, but they doesnt really perform well - it will keep out the known nasties, but the search algorithm isnt upto much & will struggle to detect new viruses/potential viruses. Ask yourself why AVG offer a free version & also sell a version? dont think they are identical do you?

Also FTW Avast & Aviva are also free & both **** all over AVG.
But yes.... you listen to the milkman, or the bloke down the pub about which is best & not the actual experts.

You can get a free office suite like star office & open office, but I bet those posting it as cold use microsoft office '-)
#27
I have tried both BitDefender and Kaspersky and a year or two ago I had BitDefender and to be honest it did the job perfectly fine and wasn't at all a resource hog. When I tried Kaspersky it made my PC slower.
However a year or so on and I love Kaspersky, it is as light as a feather and is 7000x better than AVG and that ****.
I suppose its because I upgraded my PC from a OC'ED Athlon 1800+ to an ATHLON 64 3700+ but still, most people WILL have a better PC than mine so you can hardly call Kaspersky a resource hog. Kaspersky all the way!

Tim
#28
doctorblue
Guys,

Why oh why are you actually paying for a security system?

Simple go to AVG Grisoft and download their FREE internet security system.

Its an industry standard, and the updates happen almost every other day.

I've used it for years and I have never had a virus intrusion...

BUT if you really want to pay for something then eh..go ahead..


There's a huge difference between AVG's free one , and a paid for version (or even trial) of Eset NOD32. For a start there isnt a huge system overhead that slows the whole system down. Also NOD32 has time after time proved to have better detection technology than its competitors. I'd say thats worth the money.
#29
Been using this for about 5 months, brilliant product.;-)
1 Like #30
I love free as much as anyone. In fact, I run Ubuntu full-time which is a "free" operating system. But I would NEVER rely on one of the free anti virus programs to secure my Windows machine. The amount of malware and junk I've seen these freebie programs miss over the years is frightening.

Kaspersky is right up there with the best. Only £7.14 for a year you can't go wrong. If that's too high of a price to pay to properly protect the data on your computer, then obviously you don't value your data very much.

To cut a long story short: I voted hot. :)
#31
The main issue that I had with Kaspersky was when downloading torrents it would endlessly flash up about allowing/denying a new port connection every few seconds - no matter how I seemed to change the settings. Does anyone know of a setting round that? Also the e-mail filtering didn't seem to work properly.
#32
Yes go into firewall rules and edit the settings for utorrent. Make sure you check the box at the bottom entitled 'do not monitor app changes.

As you can guess use KIS having tried all the others.
#33
AVG free is *not* as good as Kaspersky (or some other paid for) products. Anyone who says it is probably hasn't been at the end of a virus 'attack'. I look after many PCs and done a considerable amount of research into what is best across a number of users and their budgets. Between the two AVG is good, Kaspersky is better and whilst free is certainly excellent, £8 is a damned good price. You pays you money and takes your choice eh :) I'd recommend NOD32 over anything but Kaspersky [with deals such as this] is a lot cheaper so that's the one I'd go for!
#34
hot!!! Kaspersky and NOD32 are the best available ..
#35
chris57;1847172
Yes go into firewall rules and edit the settings for utorrent. Make sure you check the box at the bottom entitled 'do not monitor app changes.

As you can guess use KIS having tried all the others.


Hmmm, interesting thanks for that. I'm sure i've already tried that but i'll give it a go.

How do you find the KIS spam filtering? I found it pretty poor and from what I gather it's a generally recognised problem.
#36
Sorry but cold when i have spent £0 on AV and anti Spyware

[url]www.free-av.com/[/url]
[url]www.safer-networking.org/[/url]

and guess what. i've never had an issue with virus or spyware in the years ive been using the products above.
#37
voted HOT!

Been using this product for nearly a year on my two home pc's and a laptop. I used to use the free products mentioned frequently throughout this thread but ive had a few viruses still and had to reinstall completely, its just not worth relying on the free products, wheres the enthuiasm for the free products to protect you?
Kaspersky is great, it will warn you of nearly every bad thing out there while your surfing before you even get infected, with programs like avg you will still get the virus on your pc and then rely on it to try and remove it, with kaspersky it will block it before it gets on your pc.

I feel much safer with it on my machines and I gladly pay for that peace of mind. never had to do any restores or reinstalls since its been on.
#38
The general expectation is that companies with an influx of revenue have more time and resources to develop a better product.

This shouldn' t be a 'my dad is better than your dad' argument. Leave it to the unbiased, independant reviewers ... they DO know what they are talking about...
#39
I voted the middle option - I have no Real-Time protection, but AVG is installed and updated every week or so - It's set to autogmagically scan MSN recieved files and I can Right Click>Scan With AVG on anything I download for a suspicious site.

AVG Free is JUST anti-virus - This is Anti-Virus AND a Firewall.

I also use AVG (but full time) on my laptop, as this is used by my Dad and so doesn't have as many security tweaks as my main box.

I'd like to point out that AVG Pro (+ Firewall) can be had for about £25 for 3 users, for 2 years, which is just over £4.16 a year.
#40
If I was to post a deal saying this 50" telly is £400 cheaper than anywhere else - surely you would not just vote cold just because you had found this amazing 40" telly from a different brand which you think suits you better for yourself?

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