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KASPERSKY INTERNET SECURITY 2016 MULTI-DEVICE - 10 DEVICES - FFP (PC/ANDROID/MAC) £17.99 / £17.09 with code Mymemory

£17.09 @ MyMemory
Brilliant internet security software by Kaspersky. This is the 2016 package but will most likely get updated to 2017. For those people who don't bank at Barclay's yet need internet security on numerou… Read More
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Brilliant internet security software by Kaspersky. This is the 2016 package but will most likely get updated to 2017. For those people who don't bank at Barclay's yet need internet security on numerous devices, this deal at My Memory gives peace of mind whilst on-line especially for parents of young ones. £17.99 for 10 devices, which can include phones, tablets, laptops, PC's and Macs. That's £1.80 per device!!! This is the cheapest I could find it anywhere. Using code VUB5 gives a further 5% off which brings it in at £17.09 delivered. Happy days.
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1 Like #1
Hot before the "you can get it free from your bank" comments as we are free to use different banks based on choices other than Kaspersky freebies.
#2
great deal
#3
bargain!

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 04, 2016 08:48
#4
harryg001
Hot before the "you can get it free from your bank" comments as we are free to use different banks based on choices other than Kaspersky freebies.

And you only get 3 licenses, while this gives you 10.
1 Like #5
malachi
harryg001
Hot before the "you can get it free from your bank" comments as we are free to use different banks based on choices other than Kaspersky freebies.
And you only get 3 licenses, while this gives you 10.
now barclays only gives you 2 licences
#6
It's a great deal. Kaspersky regularly gets top reviews for its anti-virus and it's not too heavy on resources.
#7
10 licenses for 17.99 that is amazing value :D
#8
I know. I ordered it last night, got a despatch email this morning. :D . Forgot to mention the above price includes delivery. Kaspersky are trying to charge me about £45 to auto renew on 3 devices!!! Also this package is £65 on Kaspersky website.
#9
Hot! Great price. I wish there was something similar for one device
#10
I've just ordered a new laptop and wasn't planning on getting any antivirus, I thought they were all pretty much redundant now? Doesn't Windows 10 have defender built in that is ok? Any advice gratefully received
#11
TheDobbus
Doesn't Windows 10 have defender built in that is ok?
Yes and its (just) ok.
#12
Otto.uk
Hot! Great price. I wish there was something similar for one device

It's a sign of progress my corner shop is selling Kaspersky serial keys, probably from this seller, for £5.99 apiece. I can ask if he's willing to sell you one.. :)
#13
And then be subject to their marketing emails, pop-ups etc forevermore. I uninstalled, but it may suit others with more time on their hands.
2 Likes #14
I always use to have Kaspersky, but can we trust the Russians these days?... What with all the hacking and their dislike for us.

On top of that they are using Glonass (Russian GPS) on more and more devices :s... Plus to top it off the gits are cheating on Battlefield I swear it! oO

Good price though, but this is how they get you under their radar! :{

Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Oct 04, 2016 13:47
#15
Heat added, thanks for the post!
1 Like #16
eatmorefish
And then be subject to their marketing emails, pop-ups etc forevermore. I uninstalled, but it may suit others with more time on their hands.

Can't say I ever had a problem with that.

I've had a few problems that would make me prefer trying BitDefender again but heat added, Kaspersky is one of the best out there.

Edited By: MonocleFox on Oct 04, 2016 13:49
1 Like #17
eatmorefish
And then be subject to their marketing emails, pop-ups etc forevermore. I uninstalled, but it may suit others with more time on their hands.

I'm not sure which pop-ups and marketing emails you get spammed with but generally the only time I get the annoying pop-up is 30 days before the licence expires (which does grate a little and wish you could turn off). To be honest Windows 10 is more annoying with it's damn pop-up trying to flog me Office every other day.
1 Like #18
harryg001
Hot before the "you can get it free from your bank" comments as we are free to use different banks based on choices other than Kaspersky freebies.


Or you could just use Avast antivirus for free which works great and has regular almost daily updates to it's quarantine list. Heat to this deal as Kaspersky is good aswell

Edited By: hass123 on Oct 04, 2016 14:01: .
#19
Looking4Glitches

On top of that they are using Glonass (Russian GPS) on more and more devices :s..

GPS is a one way broadcast signal. You should be more worried that Google wants your permission to scan local wifi spots
#20
Sophos Home is worth looking at and is free for up to 10 users on the Mac or PC
1 Like #21
If you have any concerns over your privacy as well as your security, you won't use this product.
#22
groovyrob
Sophos Home is worth looking at and is free for up to 10 users on the Mac or PC

I was about to say the same, better product than Kaspersky in my opinion too.
#23
You can also buy 5 licences from Barclays if you have an account for something like 6 quid. Total security.

Edited By: k0sh on Oct 04, 2016 14:56
1 Like #24
Or you can download for free, and then every 90 days just simply do a trial reset...
#25
Looks like a good price but I get F-Secure free with 8 licences from my ISP
#26
taras
Looking4Glitches

On top of that they are using Glonass (Russian GPS) on more and more devices :s..
GPS is a one way broadcast signal. You should be more worried that Google wants your permission to scan local wifi spots
Of course google can spy, but less likely to take over Europe or nuke us. Wolverine's!!

Well that's unless Trump gets in!


Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Oct 04, 2016 15:16
1 Like #27
TheDobbus
I've just ordered a new laptop and wasn't planning on getting any antivirus, I thought they were all pretty much redundant now? Doesn't Windows 10 have defender built in that is ok? Any advice gratefully received

I have never paid for antivirus or firewall, Panda Antivirus does me fine, Windows Firewall Control does my firewall, install WOT on all my browsers, Unchecky running in the background at all times, Avira scout browser can be used or Comodo Dragon if you want
#28
Good teal, I bought Kaspersky yesterday (3 licence for £10.99 on Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B017IXMGQW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1).

3 Licences was enough for me so not worth spending the extra but for 10 this is a very good deal (if you need them).

Kaspersky is very comprehensive and as such can be very intense on your system. It can be a bit over complicated too and if you don’t know what you’re doing it can be extremely frustrating. Luckily we have used it in work for years so I am fairly proficient in its configuration.

You can of course not use AV or use a free one (I have done myself) but if you want proper security that you can rely on then KAV is for you. It has loads of extra features that you will not get with a free on which is perfect for me. A couple of pound per device per year is well worth it in my opinion.
1 Like #29
Looking4Glitches
I always use to have Kaspersky, but can we trust the Russians these days?... What with all the hacking and their dislike for us.
On top of that they are using Glonass (Russian GPS) on more and more devices :s... Plus to top it off the gits are cheating on Battlefield I swear it! oO
Good price though, but this is how they get you under their radar! :{

You missed out the words Syria and Homophobia in your post otherwise you did quite well.
#30
Me personal do not have on my PC any antivirus
Windows 10 have Microsoft one - Windows Defender etc..

Now web and all spams , viruses
The rule No 1 Do not open web pages with .............. you know what i mean - and problem is fixed your chance to get virus over shopping web site is = 0.00001%

Now email and attachments - the best antivirus system will not help if you open "unknown files " you let the virus in Advice before open anything read and think
From unknown sources email = delete or spam folder
#31
Just to add

All viruses , Trojans they need your help
PC alone connected to lan is more secure than you can imagine no hacker can get to your PC "if you not give password or remote access etc.....""

What they need is your to open files , PDF , ZIP , EXE , DOC, XLS , to execute virus codes and glich the system and then they have access or infect the system but as you can see they NEED YOU TO DO THIS
Do you need Antivirus Yes and No

Yes you need one but Microsoft give with windows 10 for free and it is have good reviews

No hacker thinking how can I get to people PC Hmmmm Yes you need to create logic and macros "virus" where antivirus do not know

So you can have the best antivirus system and if you the first in line to get virus you will be infected than takes time before Antivirus companies patch they data bases with new codes ...
#32
Heat, used it myself for years with no trouble apart from annual reinstall as it gradually slows things down. Only stopped using it because it is Russian and diplomatically things have cooled, if that's not an issue for you then a great bargain for multiple licenses.
#33
been inundated with spam since putting this on the laptop, no idea if both are connected!
#34
This scales down depending on how many devices you need it for. I'd need 3 so it's £13 for that. I assume this is only for one year, if so then what's the price gonna be after that? I'd rather have less licences but 3 years.
#35
Incognitoso
Me personal do not have on my PC any antivirus
Windows 10 have Microsoft one - Windows Defender etc..
Now web and all spams , viruses
The rule No 1 Do not open web pages with .............. you know what i mean - and problem is fixed your chance to get virus over shopping web site is = 0.00001%
Now email and attachments - the best antivirus system will not help if you open "unknown files " you let the virus in Advice before open anything read and think
From unknown sources email = delete or spam folder
Pay no attention to this ****.
#36
Was wondering. Once you enter the key for one of your PCs does that start the clock ticking for the remaining 9 licence?

Long time user of this product and highly recommend as does PC-pro magazine several years running.
#37
TheDobbus
I've just ordered a new laptop and wasn't planning on getting any antivirus, I thought they were all pretty much redundant now? Doesn't Windows 10 have defender built in that is ok? Any advice gratefully received


i agree with you, in fact I believe that most of these av are actually a attack vector these days because of their desire/need to unwrap SSL. its fine it you 100% trust the code and or the vendor, and you are 100% sure their certs have not been comprised.

TBH I would just stick with built in windows products, and good sense.

most people would be much safer with a little bit better practice, and concentration. easier said than done I guess. I've recently started to check certs on "sites that count" .
#38
jamgin
Was wondering. Once you enter the key for one of your PCs does that start the clock ticking for the remaining 9 licence?

Long time user of this product and highly recommend as does PC-pro magazine several years running.


Yes. Its 12 months from using the key for the first time.
1 Like #39
jamgin
Was wondering. Once you enter the key for one of your PCs does that start the clock ticking for the remaining 9 licence?
Yes, once the license code has been entered on one device it starts counting down the days for all of them.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 04, 2016 19:03
#40
For those who bank with barclays.. they offer this for free for two devices.

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