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AVG Internet Security 9 [1-PC 1-Year] £7.95

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banned6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
AVG Internet Security 9.0
Complete protection for everything you do

With AVG Internet Security, our most advanced protection, you get a worry-free online experience every time. Internet Security's multiple layers of protection mean you don't have to worry about identity theft, spam or viruses. And it'll even prevent you from accidentally visiting harmful sites.

Additionally, Internet Security 9.0 pulls together elements of AVGs firewall, identity protection, and anti-virus signature detection capabilities to deliver the most accurate detection of new and unknown threats. This enhanced protection level makes use of cutting-edge technologies like application white-listing and in-the-cloud automated testing for tell-tale signs that indicate the presence of a new threat.

When you install AVG Internet Security, every one of these features is fully-functional - there's no need to do a thing.
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#2
This is less than £5 at Send It, The Hut and Zavvi...
banned#3
If it is then please link! Pfff Microsoft Security Products
#4
Why not use the free one???
#5
tom_smith_75
If it is then please link! Pfff Microsoft Security Products


Have you tried it? It's a far smaller footprint that AVG and in my experience it catches more than AVG.
banned#6
It is only Basic AV Protection, Full version, provides a nice firewall and loads of any spam/phishing protection. I found that it doesn't hammer computer resources either!
#7
QenTox
This is less than £5 at Send It, The Hut and Zavvi...


And the Zavvi etc one is 3 user 1 year:

http://www.zavvi.com/computing/software/avg-family-internet-security-3-users-1-year/10070184.html


:)
#8
IF you want a nice firewall free get zonealarms,

Simples. For free to do exactly the same thing gets the free microsoft security or avg free, and get zonealarm free
#9
Just put avast and comodo on your comp :)
#10
tom_smith_75
It is only Basic AV Protection, Full version, provides a nice firewall and loads of any spam/phishing protection. I found that it doesn't hammer computer resources either!


And how many people do you know that require a firewall that's more sophisticated than the windows firewall, I'll tell you how many, very very few and those that might benefit from it haven't a clue how to use it so it's pointless. I own a computer repair company and for 99.9% of home users all they need is a hardware firewall in their router, any of the free anti-virus programs, Malwarebytes and a bit of common sense - sorted :thumbsup:
#11
killie99
And how many people do you know that require a firewall that's more sophisticated than the windows firewall, I'll tell you how many, very very few and those that might benefit from it haven't a clue how to use it so it's pointless. I own a computer repair company and for 99.9% of home users all they need is a hardware firewall in their router, any of the free anti-virus programs, Malwarebytes and a bit of common sense - sorted :thumbsup:


sadly most of those people dont have 'common sense' and will just download any old kack onto their computers and then bring them into you for repairs!

the majority of novice to intermediate computer users will get on a broadband connection and go "Wahey, free music, movies and porn" and have their computer riddled in no time

I cant believe any PC tech worth their salt would reccommend any free AV protection (malwarebytes, sure, good stuff) and a firewall on their router. unless you're just touting for business!
#12
slackrat77
sadly most of those people dont have 'common sense' and will just download any old kack onto their computers and then bring them into you for repairs!

the majority of novice to intermediate computer users will get on a broadband connection and go "Wahey, free music, movies and porn" and have their computer riddled in no time

I cant believe any PC tech worth their salt would reccommend any free AV protection (malwarebytes, sure, good stuff) and a firewall on their router. unless you're just touting for business!


I can't believe any PC tech worth their salt advocates spending money on a piece of software that protects them no better than a free piece of software ...... unless they work for PCWorld.

I can assure you I see just as many pc's riddled with virus's that have £40 versions of Norton and McAfee.

And I think if you look at the temperature any paid for anti virus program gets on here then it'll tell you what I'm telling you ....
#13
killie99
I can't believe any PC tech worth their salt advocates spending money on a piece of software that protects them no better than a free piece of software ...... unless they work for PCWorld.

I can assure you I see just as many pc's riddled with virus's that have £40 versions of Norton and McAfee.

And I think if you look at the temperature any paid for anti virus program gets on here then it'll tell you what I'm telling you ....


well as i'm sure you'll agree, theres nothing thats ever 100% secure and common sense is a lot of it.
I saw computers coming in with just about every different internet security on.

but I dont think I would ever reccomend a free limited security piece of software such as AVG free version.
why make a premium version if the free one does it all?
money?
they gotta pay their staff and researchers, programmers etc somehow.

any discussion about internet security on HUKD will always have something similar to "I've used the free ones and had no problems" and the opposite side of "well i've been using XXX that I pay for and had no problems"

as for the temperature on here of paid for internet securities, its only proof that people don't believe they should pay for software in general.
not on how well it performs.

its not just limited to AV software, its ANY software on here.

Me personally I don't believe that the free limited security downloadable versions, coupled with 3 or 4 other pieces of free software, are a match for a decent security software suite such as Kaspersky, Eset or even the newer versions of Symantec products.

Please tell me you're not one of the 'Techs' that still believes Norton products are bloatware that slows your computer down?
if so, you're very out of touch. go read the reviews of the 2009/10 products and wake up.
sadly tho, the name Norton is doomed cos of their shocking repuatation.

by the way, I do work for Currys and sell Norton and Kaspersky, we also had AVG premium 3 user at £15 and couldnt give it away!
before that I was a tech at a local PC repair firm, till one of my bosses was prosecuted by Virgin Media for selling dodgy cable boxes.

I guess DSG stores have a similar rep to Norton products!

However, finding another job as a PC tech when I was made redundant wasnt that easy.

but I guess since I've said where I work, you'll write me off as someone who knows nothing and just sells whatever makes Currys profit.
but like I said, I spent 4 years working as a PC tech and building/repairing, aswell as doing my CompTIA A+ and N+.
wanted to go further but finances prevented it.
banned#14
tom_smith_75;7758853
If it is then please link! Pfff Microsoft Security Products

best to search first before posting deals. Saves getting cold :-D
#15
slackrat77
well as i'm sure you'll agree, theres nothing thats ever 100% secure and common sense is a lot of it.
I saw computers coming in with just about every different internet security on.

but I dont think I would ever reccomend a free limited security piece of software such as AVG free version.
why make a premium version if the free one does it all?
money?
they gotta pay their staff and researchers, programmers etc somehow.

any discussion about internet security on HUKD will always have something similar to "I've used the free ones and had no problems" and the opposite side of "well i've been using XXX that I pay for and had no problems"

as for the temperature on here of paid for internet securities, its only proof that people don't believe they should pay for software in general.
not on how well it performs.

its not just limited to AV software, its ANY software on here.

Me personally I don't believe that the free limited security downloadable versions, coupled with 3 or 4 other pieces of free software, are a match for a decent security software suite such as Kaspersky, Eset or even the newer versions of Symantec products.

Please tell me you're not one of the 'Techs' that still believes Norton products are bloatware that slows your computer down?
if so, you're very out of touch. go read the reviews of the 2009/10 products and wake up.
sadly tho, the name Norton is doomed cos of their shocking repuatation.

by the way, I do work for Currys and sell Norton and Kaspersky, we also had AVG premium 3 user at £15 and couldnt give it away!
before that I was a tech at a local PC repair firm, till one of my bosses was prosecuted by Virgin Media for selling dodgy cable boxes.

I guess DSG stores have a similar rep to Norton products!

However, finding another job as a PC tech when I was made redundant wasnt that easy.

but I guess since I've said where I work, you'll write me off as someone who knows nothing and just sells whatever makes Currys profit.
but like I said, I spent 4 years working as a PC tech and building/repairing, aswell as doing my CompTIA A+ and N+.
wanted to go further but finances prevented it.


Many decent points.....especially true about Norton/Symantecs reputation. Their latest AV prodcut is good compared to their previous install-and-never-manage-to-remove-me versions. But its not just AV products they have managed to wreck over the years. Backup Exec was a great product until it was rebranded Symantec. - Now its as buggy as Charlie Dymocks boots.
#16
norton was actually fairly decent around the time of Win 95 to 98 era but it suddenly became the devil of all AV products and still has that rep amongst the people who listen to their mates rather than people employed in the IT industry.

having said that, theres a lot in the IT side of things that probably still believe that the Symantec products havent been improved, cos they don't actually WANT to believe it.

its quite bizarre that theres a snobbery amongst IT folk about both paying for and using free AV softwares!

If I found something that worked aswell as my Eset Smart Security, for free (legit), I'd happily use it
#17
20 years of IT support here and I pay for my AV......... (Kaspersky Internet Security so with the firewall) I used to pay for Norton as it was once the best, then I decided 'why not try a free one'....... AVG / Zonealarm got installed, not quite as good as I was used to but was free. After some time I noticed a few issues here and there and ran some independant scans on my comp, oh what a suprise virus on my machine that AVG didnt pick up!

As above, I'm now back paying for my protection! There IS a reason why companies do a free and charged for version!

ps just for the giggles we have just rolled out SEP 11 in work and its caused no end of problems around the UK slowing down machines pmsl! Although to be fair I think thats half to do with the config ;)

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