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Kaspersky Anti-virus 7 - 3 User Licence £13.45 @ Eclipse

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This seems like a pretty good deal, I had a trial for the internet security suite but it just snailed my laptop... get this and a free firewall like zone alarm and you wont even notice that its running. 3 User liscence for my family and I :)

Hope this first post is a good wee start to helping you all save some pennys :)
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#1
Voted HOT, but this deal has been posted many times before.
suspended#2
cheers for the hotness but cant find when it previously posted.

Enjoy :)
#3
Get the 3 user FULL SECURITY Kasperspy for £15...

http://www.kaspersky.com/store

You can get an offer on their Security suite from their store - if you use the discount code "WHSmith" you can get a further 50% off the already discounted online price - so a 1 year 3-user version is £15 ($30 approx) - that £5 ($10 approx) for each user/PC protected.

Kasperspy was rated as the best package by PC Pro recently.
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/labs/120448/kaspersky-antivirus-7.html
#4
Welcome to the forums hammerick!
suspended#5
Thats the full suite hammerick, a lot of people find it slows their system to a crawl, the anti virus is what gets all the awards and good reviews normally. Thanks for the input though :) even on the kaspersky website for a 3 user licence anti virus package with the 50% off code it is still more expensive... highlighting how good a deal this is.

i love saving money! :P
#6
The link is to a product that is £6.99 inc VAT. However, it is OEM, which is for the IT Trade only, to be installed on a brand new PC before it is shipped to a client. Beware that the license is strictly speaking not valid if you install it on a currently owned PC. You probebly will not have your order fulfilled if you buy this as an end user. You are better off with the Kaspersky direct offer, or one of the hundreds of AV offers going on at the moment!

Thanks!
suspended#7
well i have to correct you I'm afraid... ordered yesterday (only this product) received this morning! All in all unbeatable. Hope this helps :)
#8
Be careful if you have an Acer laptop or PC, this conflicts with some of Acer's drivers and might cause problems; my laptop became really slow and I lost my internet connection until I uninstalled.
#9
jpjenkins
well i have to correct you I'm afraid... ordered yesterday (only this product) received this morning! All in all unbeatable. Hope this helps :)


lol OK, well that says a lot for the company selling it anyway!! Just be warned, this product is OEM, so as I said if this is going on a "current PC", in principle, you are not actually licensed which at the end of the end is all you paying for.

Just my "professional" advise!
banned#10
have a look on ebay. I purchased a 1 year internet security license for $10 - about 5 quid. Might work out cheaper.
#11
Why pay for an anti-virus system at all?

Do to grisoft (AVG) and download their anti-virus free edition system.

It's what all the IT guys do for their home systems - it gets priority updates every other day - i've used it for a year and it's fantastic.

The Doctor
#12
Or just use AVG Free. Just as good, and, funnily enough, free!
#13
eclipse is very good - used to build pcs with their components
#14
AVG Free :thumbsup:
#15
jst gotta say,stay with AVG ! i took it off for another well known antivirus supplier n got trojans galore!
#16
Anyone who wants to "save some pennys" should do as previously advised many times before and go for AVG Anti-virus Free. Team it up with AVG Anti-spyware Free and ZoneAlarm and hey presto.....a grand total of £0.00 spent. Add Spybot S&D and Ad-aware and you've got excellent protection.

http://free.grisoft.com/doc/29116/us/frt/0

I really don't understand people who think they're getting a better product just because they're paying for it.:thinking:
#17
AVG AV may be free, but it can be quite a pain. It's not the most subtle of AV. Plus any reviews I've read it's detection rate is good, but not great.

As for AVG Anti-Spyware, it's not realtime, which is a big draw back. So you're basically scanning for things that may already be on your system. Not the best method of protection in my opinion.

Adware and Spybot are very average these days too. Installing 2 or 3 anti-spyware apps isn't ideal either. Something like CounterSpy (ok you have to pay about £10 for it) is very effective and realtime.

For £4 a lcense, that's a great price, for a very good AV.
#18
Ok .. i bought this antivirus 3 months ago .. it was $18 .. kept telling me there are 6 Trojans on my pc .. did nothing what so ever to heal them .. uninstalled and installed AVG which is free .. and YAHOOOOOOO ... it found the trojans and healed them all ... ... why pay money for this useless software when you can get the AVG free ... sorry but it s getting personal here ... Cold Cold Cold .. and Cold .. heheheh
#19
magicmat
The link is to a product that is £6.99 inc VAT. However, it is OEM, which is for the IT Trade only, to be installed on a brand new PC before it is shipped to a client. Beware that the license is strictly speaking not valid if you install it on a currently owned PC. You probebly will not have your order fulfilled if you buy this as an end user. You are better off with the Kaspersky direct offer, or one of the hundreds of AV offers going on at the moment!

Thanks!


Worthwhile mentioning, but I dont think you are entirely correct. OEM is not for "IT Trade only" - it is for anyone to purchase to install with a new piece of hardware, this can be end user. The definition of "hardware" will vary between different OEM suppliers.

The other thing is that OEM in this fashion is very rarely enforced anyway, as buying OEM has its own drawbacks - ie, it cannot be transferred(easily) to another PC.
#20
jakenjo
eclipse is very good - used to build pcs with their components


Built my second system with eclipse and it was a huge mistake....they were a pain in the **** to deal with (lost money to them....though this was before my knowledge of consumer rights) so never again. >_<


AVG Free FTW. ^_^
#21
Nod32 is buy far the best Anti Virus software. Used by IT professionals you can buy it online from the Nod32 website. More expensive than this one it's definitely worth the money.
Try the 30 day free trial.

http://www.eset.co.uk/index.php
banned#22
dont be afraid to get rid of real-time virus scanning as it destroys your computers performance for a basically non-existant threat. Kaspersky renders most older systems dead in the water and AVG is about 25% worse.
Do what I did, get rid of real-time virus protection, have something like NOD32 for on-demand scanning (you can get it on a 3000day free trial on torrent sites)
#23
Mascherano;1589957
dont be afraid to get rid of real-time virus scanning as it destroys your computers performance for a basically non-existant threat. Kaspersky renders most older systems dead in the water and AVG is about 25% worse.
Do what I did, get rid of real-time virus protection, have something like NOD32 for on-demand scanning (you can get it on a 3000day free trial on torrent sites)


Are you serious? A non existent threat. That's quite a ludicrous statement. On demand scanning is an awful way of protecting your system. You're scanning once something has already got onto your system.

Fair point it affects older systems but that's a separate issue. Oh, and Nod32 is a realtime av. It's just very light on resources.
#24
It is wrong to say that the threat is "non existant", but also wrong to say "on demand scanning is an awful way of protecting your system".

If you have a rigorous scanning regieme(for example, a nightly "on demand" scan), combined with user awareness, then it can be almost as effective as a real time scan, without the negatives. Regardless of AV, there is always a performance hit due to real time scanning, and a growing number of IT professionals are of the opinion that real time scanning can be overkill.

My personal experience is that I have never used real time scanning software, and I have never(touch wood) had a virus infection, due to my vigilant use of the internet and email.

Either way, Kaspersky is widely regarding as the best AV program for detection, and at this price cannot be faulted.
banned#25
MrShed
It is wrong to say that the threat is "non existant", but also wrong to say "on demand scanning is an awful way of protecting your system".

If you have a rigorous scanning regieme(for example, a nightly "on demand" scan), combined with user awareness, then it can be almost as effective as a real time scan, without the negatives. Regardless of AV, there is always a performance hit due to real time scanning, and a growing number of IT professionals are of the opinion that real time scanning can be overkill.

My personal experience is that I have never used real time scanning software, and I have never(touch wood) had a virus infection, due to my vigilant use of the internet and email.

Mr Shed, as usual, makes the point more eloquently than I can. Listen to him, scaremongers!
#26
:)

Anyone working in the industry knows that by FAR the most dangerous risk to a computer isn't lax anti virus software, or lax spyware software, but ill informed usage!

The other thing to be aware of is that, contrary to popular belief, the infection by a virus will not result in some kind of sudden cataclysmic crash within seconds - nearly all virii in fact go unnoticed on a PC for some time before they cause issues. Hence why a nightly scan is more than sufficient.

And also NOD32 as mentioned above, used to be good, but is becoming somewhat power hungry. Kaspersky is almost universally agreed to be the best AV by quite some way.

As a side note, if you do want to go free, Avira beats AVG hands down - it has a detection rate of around 94%, around 10% higher than AVG, is less power hungry, and has a much nicer UI.
#27
jakenjo
eclipse is very good


Oh please, you've obviously never had to take anything back to them! I live in Coventry where Eclipse are based and everybody I meet says the same thing - avoid.

They may be cheap but you have a fight on your hands if you want to take something back for whatever reason. They have had run-ins with the local Trading Standards on several occasions in the past.
#28
magicmat
lol OK, well that says a lot for the company selling it anyway!! Just be warned, this product is OEM, so as I said if this is going on a "current PC", in principle, you are not actually licensed which at the end of the end is all you paying for.

Just my "professional" advise!



Your actually quite wrong OEM is for install on a PC by the manufacturer, and thus the support is provided by the manufacturer, not the software provider.

Anyone can buy OEM software on the basis that there will be no support provided, no big deal really. Another specification is that it cannot be transfered to another machine ie the one you install it on, is the one it must stay on, you cannot pgrade your PC then just wack this copy on it.

:roll: Dont post inacurate information

Further to this heres microsoft's view:

Microsoft said it was OK for consumers to buy the much cheaper OEM version of Windows Vista, as long as they adhered to the licensing rules of that version. Which means, in a nutshell, you cannot legally transfer the software to another PC (unlike the retail version), and you will not be getting support from Microsoft for the product. When you normally buy a Dell, who do you get support from? Dell. Since you are "the OEM" in this case, who do you get support from? Yourself.

:whistling:
#29
MrShed;1590143
It is wrong to say that the threat is "non existant", but also wrong to say "on demand scanning is an awful way of protecting your system".

If you have a rigorous scanning regieme(for example, a nightly "on demand" scan), combined with user awareness, then it can be almost as effective as a real time scan, without the negatives. Regardless of AV, there is always a performance hit due to real time scanning, and a growing number of IT professionals are of the opinion that real time scanning can be overkill.



Fair point. It is needed, but isn't something I'd purely rely on. You run into problems such as when to set the schedule, say if it gets turned off before the scan happens, or the user cancels the scan as it's slowing the system etc...

I'm not saying you shouldn't use on-demand scanning. It's very effective, but it should be used along with pro-active protection for the best results.
#30
You are right of course, an on demand scanning method has its negatives as well. There is no right or wrong answer to this one, I just wanted to point out that there are effective methods of AV protection other than real time access scanning :) .
#31
Should be voted cold, cold, freezing cold for the very fact that it mentions Eclipse. Probably the worst shop in the whole world. Abysmal service for over 10 years, since I first had the misfortune to buy something from them.

Avoid.
#32
spraint
Should be voted cold, cold, freezing cold for the very fact that it mentions Eclipse. Probably the worst shop in the whole world. Abysmal service for over 10 years, since I first had the misfortune to buy something from them.

Avoid.


Take on board your comment about the service @ Eclipse but regarding the offer posted here I ordered the 3 licence Kaspersky Monday and it arrived Wednesday morning so voted hot.:thumbsup:
#33
AVG free !!

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