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Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 £19.99

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If you go straight to the Kaspersky website it will cost you £39.99 for 1 license (1 PC) for one year if you go to http://www.kaspersky.co.uk/kisppc

Or click on the go to deal button. Then click on the Official Download Website Now button. It puts the product into your basket for £19.99 and not £39.99.
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1 Like #1
If you bank with Barcvlays you can get this for free.
#2
Silent__Bob
If you bank with Barcvlays you can get this for free.


How is this? I don't bank with them but i know a couple friends who do.
#3
Or if you don't bank with Barclays, you can get it for £4.99 here....
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-/778424/


Edited By: BigAde on Jan 07, 2011 11:30
#4
XPL1C1T
Silent__Bob
If you bank with Barcvlays you can get this for free.


How is this? I don't bank with them but i know a couple friends who do.


I seem to remember that when I got mine from Barclays, you have to sign in to your account first and then download the program file. So you may be able to get your mates to download it for you and stick it on a flash drive or whatever, so that you can run it from that.
#5
for Barclays - you need to register your account details for them to verify - then they'll send you your license code
#6
BigAde
Or if you don't bank with Barclays, you can get it for £4.99 here....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-/778424/




That is for the 2009 version this is the up to date 2011 version
#7
BigAde
Or if you don't bank with Barclays, you can get it for £4.99 here....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-/778424/




That is for the 2009 version this is the up to date 2011 version
#8
XPL1C1T
BigAde
Or if you don't bank with Barclays, you can get it for £4.99 here....http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-/778424/
That is for the 2009 version this is the up to date 2011 version

You download the 2011 trial version for free, then activate it using the code from the 2009 product.
#9
the 2009 version is the same as the 2011 that's why the software never asks you to update the software only the virus database. Its just a visual upgrade.

For Barclays sign in online and on the landing page should be a link to kaspersky.
#10
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?
2 Likes #11
Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?


I would reccomend it I used it for a the last year and i download torrents and haven't had any problems with viruses.
#12
XPL1C1T
Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?


I would reccomend it I used it for a the last year and i download torrents and haven't had any problems with viruses.


Ah thank you, so in which case I have another question please ... I was told sometime ago that you should only run one antivirus program because they slow things down and clash, are you of the same opinion? Appreciate your time over this :)

Edited By: Shark Girl on Jan 07, 2011 12:18
1 Like #13
Shark Girl
XPL1C1T
Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?


I would reccomend it I used it for a the last year and i download torrents and haven't had any problems with viruses.


Ah thank you, so in which case I have another question please ... I was told sometime ago that you should only run one antivirus program because they slow things down and clash, are you of the same opinion? Appreciate your time over this :)


The only anti virus software i use is this which stays on all the time and i also downloaded a program called Malware bytes which i use if i suspect something may have got past Kaspersky and neither of these have clashed.
#14
They probably advised against AVG because they wouldn't make any money from it, being cynical about it. Kaspersky is a very well respected and recommended bit of anti-virus. It's very efficient and is updated often. Personally, I'd choose this over microsoft, but it's subjective. If you're happy with what you've got and have no problems, then why change?

Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?
#15
phonetic
They probably advised against AVG because they wouldn't make any money from it, being cynical about it. Kaspersky is a very well respected and recommended bit of anti-virus. It's very efficient and is updated often. Personally, I'd choose this over microsoft, but it's subjective. If you're happy with what you've got and have no problems, then why change?

Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?


Thanks, I guess I don't know what I am doing really I just take advice, Microsoft seems ok but then I supposed I wont really know until something goes wrong. It doesn't seem to run scans daily like AVG did unless it does and I just can't see it reported.
#16
Shark Girl
phonetic
They probably advised against AVG because they wouldn't make any money from it, being cynical about it. Kaspersky is a very well respected and recommended bit of anti-virus. It's very efficient and is updated often. Personally, I'd choose this over microsoft, but it's subjective. If you're happy with what you've got and have no problems, then why change?

Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?


Thanks, I guess I don't know what I am doing really I just take advice, Microsoft seems ok but then I supposed I wont really know until something goes wrong. It doesn't seem to run scans daily like AVG did unless it does and I just can't see it reported.


Kaspersky runs constant background checks and you can also manually scan whenever you want.
1 Like #17
Shark Girl - AVG, Microsoft Security Essentials and Avast etc are free anti-virus software.
Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) is a security suite that contains anti-virus software, firewall, web filters, anti-phising, anti-spam software etc etc.

Running a PC with protection from only anti-virus software is inherently risky and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

For the sake of a fiver a year, I would suggest you get KIS and get peace of mind.
#18
Lovely, thanks very much for your help and advice on Kaspersky, with Barclays it's great for me but I can't see why it isn't a good deal for everyone else anyway because I was quoted around £40 from the computer shop so the deal above is great if you haven't got Barclays to rely and I can't see why it's being voted cold,now all I've got to do is find the stupid little card machine thing to get access to my on line account, grrrr, thank you again.
#19
BigAde
Shark Girl - AVG, Microsoft Security Essentials and Avast etc are free anti-virus software.
Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) is a security suite that contains anti-virus software, firewall, web filters, anti-phising, anti-spam software etc etc.

Running a PC with protection from only anti-virus software is inherently risky and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

For the sake of a fiver a year, I would suggest you get KIS and get peace of mind.


Thank you, I will, I bet there's lots of people like me who don't know the difference.
#20
It's being voted cold not because of the product, but because as a deal you can get it for £5 instead of £20.
#21
Shark Girl
Thank you, I will, I bet there's lots of people like me who don't know the difference.
Oh there are. Sadly, many of them even work in IT.
#22
BigAde
It's being voted cold not because of the product, but because as a deal you can get it for £5 instead of £20.


Doh!
#23
Here's the opinions of people with a lot of experience and Arstechnica is a very well repsected tech site incase you've never come across it. Decide for yourself if this is still worth £5.

http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1118482

their opinions are:

Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials (Forefront variety)
NOD32
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials
NOD32
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials (AVG sucks)
Microsoft Security Essentials, or Sophos for business
Kaspersky sucks
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials recommended, uses Avira
Microsoft Security Essentials for home, NOD32 for business
Microsoft Security Essentials, prefer Avira
Microsoft Security Essentials (Forefront variety)
Microsoft Security Essentials (AVG sucks)

**thanks to smargh at Hexus for this info***
#24
KIS is a good product for people who dont know anything about computers, but as was said before £20 is far too much to pay when you can get it for £5.

But remember: NO security software can protect you 100%. Common sense is needed as well.

BTW: I am very surprised that these "experts" want to be dependent on Microsoft for security? :)

Edited By: pet2000 on Jan 07, 2011 14:04
#25
pet2000
KIS is a good product for people who dont know anything about computers

Rather sweeping there. KIS is a good product - full stop. While I can certainly name better products e.g. Sophos, no other security suite comes even close to the £5 price tag of this.
#26
pet2000
BTW: I am very surprised that these "experts" want to be dependent on Microsoft for security? :)

Why?
Numerous times it's been shown that there is very little between any of the major AV programs so why would you pay money for something that you can get for free and what does it matter if it's Microsoft so long as it works? There are plenty of free programs to choose from so pick the one that suits your needs best.
#27
killie99
pet2000
BTW: I am very surprised that these "experts" want to be dependent on Microsoft for security? :)


Why?
Numerous times it's been shown that there is very little between any of the major AV programs so why would you pay money for something that you can get for free and what does it matter if it's Microsoft so long as it works? There are plenty of free programs to choose from so pick the one that suits your needs best.

Microsoft is the one company, which is most attacked by hackers worldwide. That's why I would never trust Microsoft security, which probably last 5 minutes a time before it needs updating.
#28
pet2000
killie99
pet2000
BTW: I am very surprised that these "experts" want to be dependent on Microsoft for security? :)
Why? Numerous times it's been shown that there is very little between any of the major AV programs so why would you pay money for something that you can get for free and what does it matter if it's Microsoft so long as it works? There are plenty of free programs to choose from so pick the one that suits your needs best.
Microsoft is the one company, which is most attacked by hackers worldwide. That's why I would never trust Microsoft security, which probably last 5 minutes a time before it needs updating.

So let's get this right, you are commenting on the effectiveness of a product that you've never used?
Taxi for Pet2000 please .... ;)
banned#29
phonetic
They probably advised against AVG because they wouldn't make any money from it, being cynical about it. Kaspersky is a very well respected and recommended bit of anti-virus. It's very efficient and is updated often. Personally, I'd choose this over microsoft, but it's subjective. If you're happy with what you've got and have no problems, then why change?

Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?

Or more likely they knew what they were talking about. You couldnt pay me enough to put AVG on any of my machines. A PC repair shops wet dream.

Kaspersky is superb and a good deal for £4.99

Edited By: csiman on Jan 07, 2011 16:30
1 Like #30
csiman
phonetic
They probably advised against AVG because they wouldn't make any money from it, being cynical about it. Kaspersky is a very well respected and recommended bit of anti-virus. It's very efficient and is updated often. Personally, I'd choose this over microsoft, but it's subjective. If you're happy with what you've got and have no problems, then why change?

Shark Girl
Is this a good virus protection, with my new lap top the shop advised microsoft security solutions as a stop gap to them getting the new Kaspersy, I used to use AVG and they advised against it, but I do bank with Barclays so if this is better than Microsoft would it make sense to run it?

Or more likely they knew what they were talking about. You couldnt pay me enough to put AVG on any of my machines. A PC repair shops wet dream.

Kaspersky is superb and a good deal for £4.99


darn tootin! I spent 4 years as a repair tech at a PC store and we had on average, more computers with AVG free than any other AV software including the awful pre 2009 versions of Norton
#31
Microsoft Security Essentials if you want Free, but if your with Barclays go Kaspersky.

AVG sucks really bad, it doesn't pick up things real time, or that is my experience anyway. When I do a scan it picks things up but otherwise nothing.
#32
Thank you to everyone for their input, on balance I think because I'm with Barclays I'll go for Kaspersky, I haven't had a problem at all with microsoft and Killie99's post does suggests it's a good option anyway, although I take on board Pet2000's comment. I also know CSI man has been around for ages dispensing sound tecchy advice. I'm glad I have come away from AVG though, I had a lot of problems with my last lap top (one of the reasons I changed it after only 3 years). Infact I'm in dispute with PC World atm over a lead they sold and fitted for me which burnt the socket out and would have eventually fatally damaged the internal workings of the lap top, great news, surprisingly enough they haven't answered my letters yet although the PCW shop guys are in agreement about the faulty lead and have backed me in my complaint, so waffle stopping here. Thank you very much for all your advice. :)

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