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Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 1 year 5 user licence. I saw this at The Works in Feltham and picked up a couple. They still had a few left.

Its not on their website so I don't know if the offer is nationwide.

This was the cardboard box version, and allows you to upgrade to their latest 2010 version.

Please note they also have the 1 user and 3 user at the same price.
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#1
Good price,But if you bank on-line with Barclays you get it free

http://www.bank.barclays.co.uk/Helpsupport/Freesecuritysoftware/P1242557966961
#2
Pembs
Good price,But if you bank on-line with Barclays you get it free

http://www.bank.barclays.co.uk/Helpsupport/Freesecuritysoftware/P1242557966961


True, However not everyone banks with Barclays and further more I am sure they only support one machine whilst today people have more than machine in a home.
#3
Hot but posted before:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/613576/kaspersky-internet-security-1-year-


Also anyone hoping to get it from the Golden Days, Wigan branch will be disappointed. I looked their earlier today and it doesn't do PC software.


edit: just noticed this is the 5 user licence. Sorry.
#4


The previous post was for a[COLOR="Blue"] 3 user [/COLOR]and NOT [COLOR="Red"]5 user[/COLOR].
#5
Or get Microsoft Security Essentials for nothing, and doesn't expire after a year.
#6
Rudki
True, However not everyone banks with Barclays and further more I am sure they only support one machine whilst today people have more than machine in a home.


It's a 3 user licence.
#7
Rudki
The previous post was for a[COLOR="Blue"] 3 user [/COLOR]and NOT [COLOR="Red"]5 user[/COLOR].
Check post #73 on this thread: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/631723/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-3-?page=5
#8
Even though I use paid for software, I dont like Kaspersky.

I bank with barclays, and have applied for this a number of times and have never received the activation!!

I am liking the new version of Avast, which goes against everything I stand for, but its looking very good, may give it a try soon.
#9
Will it ever happen that we get an offer posted for kaspersky without anyone saying "or free if you have a Barclays account"... as if I'm going to open a Barclays account just to get Kaspersky for free... or as if Barclays account holders don't know that already!

Great offer, considering that a while ago they were selling the 3-users licence for the same price! They must want to get rid of the 2009 stock quickly.
HOT!
#10
wish i could order it online.
#11
toastie
Will it ever happen that we get an offer posted for kaspersky without anyone saying "or free if you have a Barclays account"... as if I'm going to open a Barclays account just to get Kaspersky for free... or as if Barclays account holders don't know that already!
1) Open a savings acc with £1, I think it will not add a credit search in your file;
2) Mate of mine who's got a bank account wasn't aware of them offering the SW for free
#12
spitfire51
1) Open a savings acc with £1, I think it will not add a credit search in your file;


Are you posting a link for all of us or are you just supposing it?

Can you open many accounts and get as many as 3 or 5 kaspersky codes? Don't you need to have money being put in your account? Can you just open an account with £0 in it and only spend £1?
#13
toastie
Are you posting a link for all of us or are you just supposing it?

Can you open many accounts and get as many as 3 or 5 kaspersky codes? Don't you need to have money being put in your account? Can you just open an account with £0 in it and only spend £1?
You just need to be registered with Barclays Online Banking, therefore any type of internet access account will do. Try opening a savings: http://www.bank.barclays.co.uk/Savings/Instantaccess/esavingsReward/P1242557963964, deposit £1, register for online bank and get the SW.

Mate of mine has a bank account with negative balance and download the SW every year.

Hope this helps.

T&C: Important information

1. Kaspersky Internet Security products are only available for Windows PCs and Kaspersky Mobile Security is available only for Symbian or Windows mobile phones.

2. Terms and conditions of offer: the software comprising Kaspersky Internet Security (three user licences) and Kaspersky Mobile Security (single user licence) and Kaspersky Anti-Virus for MAC (single user licence) is provided by Kaspersky Lab UK Ltd (“Kaspersky Lab”). You are eligible to receive a one-year licence for the software from Kaspersky Lab free of charge if you are registered to use Barclays Online Banking (“Offer”). The Offer excludes all other products offered by Kaspersky Labs. You can exercise this offer by logging into Barclays Online Banking and following the link to Kaspersky Lab to download the software. Your contract for downloading, installing and/or using the software is with Kaspersky Lab. Usage of the software is subject to a User's Guide(Link opens in a new window) and End User Licence Agreement
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#14
cold. 3 reasons.
1) Poor performance. They look "light weight" when running at start up. However, if you have a USB key with a virus on, it doesn't pick it up. They don't actually start working until the system has booted fully with offers no protection against a root kit. Also, check out your system memory when you actually start using your machine..... through the roof! You need another processor and 2Gig of ram to run it!
2) Price
3) AVG
#15
R1cbm
cold. 3 reasons.
1) Poor performance. They look "light weight" when running at start up. However, if you have a USB key with a virus on, it doesn't pick it up. They don't actually start working until the system has booted fully with offers no protection against a root kit. Also, check out your system memory when you actually start using your machine..... through the roof! You need another processor and 2Gig of ram to run it!
2) Price
3) AVG


Are you seriously recommending AVG??? Straight-away that tells me you don't know what you're talking about so everybody ignore your first point.
(to be fair AVG is 'okay' but I wouldn't personally recommend it; Avast, Avira and Security Essentails are simply better and won't hose your computer like AVG has done twice in the last few years due to dodgy virus definition updates wiping legitimate system files).
#16
spitfire51
You just need to be registered with Barclays Online Banking, therefore any type of internet access account will do. Try opening a savings: http://www.bank.barclays.co.uk/Savings/Instantaccess/esavingsReward/P1242557963964, deposit £1, register for online bank and get the SW...


Thanks for the explanation. Very useful information. I hope it works as well as it sounds... sometimes these accounts have hidden costs. Doesn't seem to be the case but you never know until you open one.


R1cbm
cold. 3 reasons.
1) Poor performance. They look "light weight" when running at start up. However, if you have a USB key with a virus on, it doesn't pick it up. They don't actually start working until the system has booted fully with offers no protection against a root kit. Also, check out your system memory when you actually start using your machine..... through the roof! You need another processor and 2Gig of ram to run it!
2) Price
3) AVG


You must be a troll.
Poor performance is only on poor computers.
And AVG? Please don't tell me you are referring to the free version (which is only Anti-Virus not Internet Security), in that case you must be joking. And even the full version of AVG is nothing compared to Kaspersky.
Price... price??? Kaspersky Internet Security is always cheap, I have never paid more than £12-14 for it from either Amazon or Play. How much is AVG Internet Security?

So you're voting it cold because according to you it's an expensive fraud? £7.99 for 5 Kaspersky Internet Security licenses? You are a troll
#17
I was going to buy Kaspersky this weekend, but have decided to stick with Avast 5 with Windows own inbound only firewall. Still a good price though, so hot from me.
1 Like #18
All I am going to say is, I simply cannot understand how some people can spend hundreds of pounds on a computer and then quibble about protection which costs less than a tenner!

You wouldn't drive your car without insurance, would you? :roll:
#19
But its a tenner wasted if you can get something of comparable quality for free...its a bit like paying for those fancy fuel additives, tenner spent, nothing really gained...
#20
Arstar
I was going to buy Kaspersky this weekend, but have decided to stick with Avast 5 with Windows own inbound only firewall. Still a good price though, so hot from me.


Yes I'm still with avast5, avcomparitives show it beating kapersky in important categories, and for outbound firewall I'm using comodo firewall (free). (you have to download their free firewall + antivirus, but during install you can choose just the firewall iirc).
1 Like #21
dink


You wouldn't drive your car without insurance, would you? :roll:


Thats the problem, there are a lot of people who DO drive without insurance, so imo it doesnt surprise me people are so petty about spending such a low amount on decent security.

Kaspersky is very good, always an IT professionals AV of choice other than NOD32.
#22
By the way this deal calculate as £1.60 per license. Anyone think this is a cold deal is just a troll.

Free antivirus will never be as good as some like Kaspersky. It's true that Kaspersky and NOD32 are recommended by IT professionals. The example of driving without insurance is a great example. I've never heard of a Kaspersky user saying that they had hidden virus that the AV didn't detect, while it happens all the time with free antivirus such as Avast and similar. Detection on those is just poor and malawares just swim in your computer until you install something better.
#23
R1cbm
cold. 3 reasons.
1) Poor performance. They look "light weight" when running at start up. However, if you have a USB key with a virus on, it doesn't pick it up. They don't actually start working until the system has booted fully with offers no protection against a root kit. Also, check out your system memory when you actually start using your machine..... through the roof! You need another processor and 2Gig of ram to run it!
2) Price
3) AVG


AVG is better than nothing but it is free and you cannot expect it to be as good as one you pay for. Recently had a lot of trouble installing a Windows Update due to a rootkit AVG did identify it eventually about a month later. Kaspersky TDSS Killer found it straight away but could not remove it.
#24
toastie
By the way this deal calculate as £1.60 per license. Anyone think this is a cold deal is just a troll.

Free antivirus will never be as good as some like Kaspersky. It's true that Kaspersky and NOD32 are recommended by IT professionals. The example of driving without insurance is a great example. I've never heard of a Kaspersky user saying that they had hidden virus that the AV didn't detect, while it happens all the time with free antivirus such as Avast and similar. Detection on those is just poor and malawares just swim in your computer until you install something better.


Sorry, don't mean to be rude, but just abouut everything you've said there isn't right!

Some free antiviruses are better than kapersky.
Many IT professionals would not recommend NOD32 or Kapersky. These are "domestic commercial products"designed and marketed to make you buy them, and offer peace of mind to people who feel that something bought must be better than something free.
Detection with avast is as high as with Kapersky.
malawares just swimming in your computer....??..my god...they have ones that can swim...help!
#25
Why are you an IT professional?

Detection on avast free is ridiculous, don't make me laugh
#26
toastie
Why are you an IT professional?

Detection on avast free is ridiculous, don't make me laugh


really??? do you have it in you to re-evaluate, and maybe change your mind?

here's some independent test results (ie not funded by magazines that promote av for cash!, and from a highly regarded source) still fresh from Feb 2010:
http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/ondret/avc_report25.pdf

Avast Free beats Kapersky paid at:
detecting windows viruses
detecting macro viruses
detecting script malware
detecting worms
detecting trojans
its a tie for detecting backdoors...

so, erm thats er better detection rates for avast free...though tbh they are both pretty good. but one is free and the other is not. I'm not so tempted to go for the slightly worse one that costs money...

:whistling:
#27
Thank you Rudki. The deal is Great I just bought one. It was very cheap and they had at least 7-8 more in stock in The Works next to Primark Nottingham. As to all of the guys from the previous posts -- THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS BEST ANTIVIRUS. So if you like the product buy it if not "live long and prosper" but don't turn this into one of these themes where a hundred people argue is this a good IS suite or not and also which one is the best. I bought it and I bet that some other people have also did the same, so I'm gratefull for this thread.
#28
conradish
here's some independent test results (ie not funded by magazines that promote av for cash!, and from a highly regarded source)


Says who?

By the way I've had Avast free, I talk by personal experience and I stand by my position.
How do you know that your supposedly highly regarded sources are reliable and independent? Bet you could find a dozen other highly regarded and independent sources saying exactly opposite results?
#29
toastie

How do you know that your supposedly highly regarded sources are reliable and independent? Bet you could find a dozen other highly regarded and independent sources saying exactly opposite results?


Then find one.

If you had something more considered to add to the debate, or some conflicting evidence, I'd be more than interested, but for now I give up...
#30
conradish;8239888
really??? do you have it in you to re-evaluate, and maybe change your mind?

here's some independent test results (ie not funded by magazines that promote av for cash!, and from a highly regarded source) still fresh from Feb 2010:
http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/ondret/avc_report25.pdf

Avast Free beats Kapersky paid at:
detecting windows viruses
detecting macro viruses
detecting script malware
detecting worms
detecting trojans
its a tie for detecting backdoors...

so, erm thats er better detection rates for avast free...though tbh they are both pretty good. but one is free and the other is not. I'm not so tempted to go for the slightly worse one that costs money...

:whistling:


Your posts so far have only shown that you know diddly squat about anti-virus programs. The simple fact of the matter is, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.

I used to run Spybot on a regular basis before I bought Kapersky. I ran Avast then as my anti-virus and uised to find dozens of spyware and malware on my system.

Since I bought Kapersky, I have ceased using Spybot (although I respect and highly recommend it to those of you who still insist on using freeanti-virus programs). I just don't have those problems any more and can get on with more important things.

WHY do you think Avast is free? Why is AVG free? Let me enlighten you. When your systen becomes infected (as it inevitably WILL), yo become scared after losing all your valuable information and think, "Oh, the free version was good, but it wasn't good enough - I must buy their paid-for version!".

It is called a "teaser". Why else would those companies invest all that time and money developing a program only to give it away free?
#31
I haven't done these tests myself you know ! I'm just sharing information. And no one has come up with a valid alternative argument other than singular personal experience, which is at best unreliable. These tests have been done under controlled environments, your experience is a little more organic and you shouldn't make cast iron conclusions from it.

Also, It doesn't really make sense for you to conclude that means I know diddly squat because you "believe" something else. And even if I do know nothing, it makes no odds, I'm not pretending to know a great deal. Its not about what I know. Its about realising that free stuff can be better than paid stuff. And in this particular scenario that is the case.

I'm just trying to help people not waste their money, that's what HUKD is all about - people sharing money saving tips. ;-)
#32
One thing I will say about Kaspersky is that it's a nice shade of green. Probably the BEST shade of green.

Avast is orange. Probably the BEST shade of orange.

What you choose proves more about your personality than the effectiveness of the software. If you get something really nasty I bet you need some geeky freeware to clean it up.
#33
conradish
If you had something more considered to add to the debate


Oh I do

Conradish, it's enough to go on their websites (Avast or AVG) and find out what is the difference between the free version and the paid version... and this is it: (taken from their actual websites, I'm NOT inventing anything)

Avast free (as opposed to Avast Pro)
- doesn't let you safely browse suspicious websites or applications
- doesn't blocks hacker attacks to protect your identity (safe isn't it??)
- doesn't keep your mailbox free from spam
- no good for surfing high-risk websites
- no good for shopping and banking online (WOW THAT'S SAFE !)
- no good for storing sensitive or financial data
- doesn't do script shield
- doesn't have a sandbox
- doesn't do antispam

IF YOU WANT ALL THESE YOU MUST PAY FOR THE PRODUCT!
FROM THEIR WEBSITE:
Do you need more than avast! Free Antivirus?

avast! Free Antivirus is perfect for people who send e-mails and surf popular websites, but do not store any sensitive data on their computers. Check the following comparison table to see how you can increase your protection with avast! Internet Security - the recommended product for people that shop and bank on-line.


So you can throw away all those comparative websites because it's a bunch of rubbish. It's enough to go on the antivirus websites and check what their free version doesn't do.

Feel free... http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download

Oh and how much does Avast Pro cost? Surely more than Kaspersky in this offer. And how much is Avast Internet Security?? Even more. So before putting down such a cheap great offer for a great product you better inform yourself better wether your free option is REALLY convenient. Would you feel safe to do online banking having Avast? I wouldn't... and not even avast website recommends it.

AVG is along the same lines. Actually it's worse... doesn't do jacks http://free.avg.com/gb-en/download-avg-anti-virus-free

I can safely repeat what Dink said... you don't know diddly squat conradish. Not just because you're comparing an antivirus with a internet security program (that already shows how much you know about it)... but also because not even Avast website would recommend their own free product (aside for those who ONLY use the PC to send e-mails and surf popular websites, and nothing more). Free product are a teaser to see if you like it, if you do you buy it full version... if you don't you can expect troubles sooner or later... and that's what THEY say. Not me, not just personal experience nor by reading comparative websites.
People delude themselves that free versions are enough but they are not. This is what the makers of those free antivirus say, not just me.

Kaspersky customer since 2007 and not a virus or malaware since
#34
toastie;8258760
Oh I do

Conradish, it's enough to go on their websites (Avast or AVG) and find out what is the difference between the free version and the paid version... and this is it: (taken from their actual websites, I'm NOT inventing anything)

Avast free (as opposed to Avast Pro)
- doesn't let you safely browse suspicious websites or applications
- doesn't blocks hacker attacks to protect your identity (safe isn't it??)
- doesn't keep your mailbox free from spam
- no good for surfing high-risk websites
- no good for shopping and banking online (WOW THAT'S SAFE !)
- no good for storing sensitive or financial data
- doesn't do script shield
- doesn't have a sandbox
- doesn't do antispam

IF YOU WANT ALL THESE YOU MUST PAY FOR THE PRODUCT!


So you can throw away all those comparative websites because it's a bunch of rubbish. It's enough to go on the antivirus websites and check what their free version doesn't do.

Feel free... http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download

Oh and how much does Avast Pro cost? Surely more than Kaspersky in this offer. And how much is Avast Internet Security?? Even more. So before putting down such a cheap great offer for a great product you better inform yourself better wether your free option is REALLY convenient. Would you feel safe to do online banking having Avast? I wouldn't... and not even avast website recommends it.

AVG is along the same lines. Actually it's worse... doesn't do jacks http://free.avg.com/gb-en/download-avg-anti-virus-free

I can safely repeat what Dink said... you don't know diddly squat conradish. Not just because you're comparing an antivirus with a internet security program (that already shows how much you know about it)... but also because not even Avast website would recommend their own free product (aside for those who ONLY use the PC to send e-mails and surf popular websites, and nothing more). Free product are a teaser to see if you like it, if you do you buy it full version... if you don't you can expect troubles sooner or later... and that's what THEY say. Not me, not just personal experience nor by reading comparative websites.
People delude themselves that free versions are enough but they are not. This is what the makers of those free antivirus say, not just me.

Kaspersky customer since 2007 and not a virus or malaware since


Well said!

Conradish, as I said in my reply to you, your posts show a marked degree of immaturity as regards anti-virus software. I service local government computers and if I were to be seen with the word "free" on any of the programs I use, both my reputation AND my career would be history.

Again, I say, those "free" packages are loss leaders. Ask yourself WHY would any business give something away for free? It sure as heck isn't because they are nice guys and love your sexy smile! They are there to MAKE MONEY!

I am putting my money on Kapersky and, as far as I am concerned, the "free" versions are male bovine excrement.
#35
You guys are a bit wierd... Methinks you dost protest too much.

dink
Well said!
I service local government computers and if I were to be seen with the word "free" on any of the programs I use, both my reputation AND my career would be history.


And therein lies the problem with local government!

Free is a dismissable offence??. I'm so glad my council tax goes on paying software licences just for appearance sake...:whistling:
#36
conradish
tax goes on paying software licences just for appearance sake...:whistling:


Have you read anything of what I wrote before? Or are you just avoiding the facts?

Do you think government (as well as any reasonable person) would allow the use of programs such as Avast that I repeat to you:

- don't let you safely browse suspicious websites or applications
- don't blocks hacker attacks to protect your identity
- don't keep your mailbox free from spam
- are no good for surfing high-risk websites
- are no good for shopping and banking online
- are no good for storing sensitive or financial data
- don't do script shield
- don't have a sandbox
- don't do antispam

Do you think Government computers WOULD ALLOW THAT LACK OF PROTECTION SUCH AS TO "HACKERS ATTACK or RISK IN STORING SENSITIVE OR FINANCIAL DATA"?
Are you out of your mind conradish? Or are you just trying to defend an indefensible position because you're deep in it and can't or don't want to say you were wrong... or just for the sake of it?

Please stop saying nonsense and stop avoiding serious arguments.
I understand you enjoy your free ride on Avast or whatever free software you use, good for you! But don't pretend you know what you're talking about when you say that Free Avast Antivirus is equal (or actually better) than Kaspersky Internet Security.

All I can tell you is that Avast Free is the best of the free antivirus programs, no doubts about it! But saying that it's in any league with Kaspersky or even Avast Internet Security (which you pay for) ... is contraddictory and nonsense.
#37
conradish;8260111
You guys are a bit wierd... Methinks you dost protest too much.



And therein lies the problem with local government!

Free is a dismissable offence??. I'm so glad my council tax goes on paying software licences just for appearance sake...:whistling:


Conradish, I'm finished arguing with you as you are obviously a juvenile. You are just lashing out blindly, ignoring well presented evidence from toastie and professional advice from me.

I enjoy a good debate as much as the next person but it has to be a sensible one - and your immature, knee jerk responses and your constant use of the :whistling: smiley are just plain irritating. Now give the computer back to mummy and go to bed, you will be late for school if you stay up too late.

I am finished with this thread, it is a waste of time. Toastie, the field is yours my friend!
#38
And just when we were getting on so well...... :whistling:

But yes, whilst I'm tempted to rise to the bait, lets instead end it here and agree to differ. I don't accept your arguments as evidence, but neither do you mine. I'm happy with my free stuff, you're happy with your paid stuff. I'm not so intersted in a slanging match.

Also no school for two weeks silly....so didn't go to bed till 11, so there :w00t:
1 Like #39
Should have known you're a kid. If you're not, you have no justification.

conradish
I don't accept your arguments as evidence


You don't accept dink's arguments but you still haven't said a word on mine. You don't want to read what Avast website says. You're just trying to get through a paradoxal situation where you cannot win. You're suggesting people that Kaspersky is a waste of money even if so cheap and that Avast Free is just as good if not better. I proved that you don't know what you're talking about and now you're just hanging there, pointing out the same weak stuff. Give us a break kiddo

Are you trying to suggest that you don't TRUST what Avast website says but you do trust just any website that states what you want to hear?

dink
I am finished with this thread, it is a waste of time. Toastie, the field is yours my friend!


LOL, well that's it from me too (although I'm sure that conradish will keep replying until he has the last word). I have said what I had to say. He ignored my points and doesn't even accept what Avast website says, so I'm happy he confirms he doesn't know what he's talking about

People like you on this forum, Conradish, prevent perfectly good deals from receiving the attention they deserve. You would have voted this cold even if it was 1p each license. You have not understood anything about the hotukdeals website and its hot/cold rating at all.
#40
picked this up yesterday - thanks

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