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Kaspersky Internet Security 3 User, 1 Year License, 2010 (PC CD) £13.78 @ Amazon

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40% discount off Kaspersky internet security when you spend £30 on any other items from amazon. I got myself darksiders, bayonetta and the kaspersky for £48.76. Cracking deal especially if you need in…
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40% discount off Kaspersky internet security when you spend £30 on any other items from amazon. I got myself darksiders, bayonetta and the kaspersky for £48.76. Cracking deal especially if you need internet security and you have other things to get. All you need to do is add items to basket and the deduction is applied when you go to pay.
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#1
Looks a good deal, although for the majority of users the free Avast or AVG products are a better choice. These and Kaspersky all performed well in a recent independent test.
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Or open a Barclays Savings Account with £1 and get Kaspersky Internet Security for 2 computer for free forever :)
#3
AVG - cold
#4
markbargain
Looks a good deal, although for the majority of users the free Avast or AVG products are a better choice. These and Kaspersky all performed well in a recent independent test.


thats why the majority of virus based questions on here are from AVG users?
its free for a reason
#5
Hot if you dont have barclays. I always found avg free version to have poor detection rates compared to kaspersky. I guess each person has to make their own choice.

You decide:
http://www.virusbtn.com/news/2009/03_23.xml
banned#6
pet2000
Or open a Barclays Savings Account with £1 and get Kaspersky Internet Security for 2 computer for free forever :)

3 computers in fact.
#7
Cold. Look around on different forums,web offers,magazine offers,banking sites ,google etc. I never pay a penny for the best protection for four computers absolutely free.
#8
R1cbm
AVG - cold


AVG - Crap :thumbsup:
#9
i use microsoft security essential. So far no problem
#10
This argument comes up all the time. But at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. AVG and Avast are poor.

Kaspersky is ok but I find it quite intrusive.
#11
polyalloy
i use microsoft security essential. So far no problem


I have put this on the works computers and to be honest, it seems to be doing a good job. Has not popped up once yet.
#12
I used to use Kaspersky Internet Security but since downgrading to Windows 7 found it slowed my system down so much that I had to taken it off and now using Avast free. May go back to using it soon as I am about to revert to Windows XP from the dreadfully slow and continually crashing windows 7.
#13
Jacom700
I used to use Kaspersky Internet Security but since downgrading to Windows 7 found it slowed my system down so much that I had to taken it off and now using Avast free. May go back to using it soon as I am about to revert to Windows XP from the dreadfully slow and continually crashing windows 7.


Must be something wrong with your computer then because I have had 7 on two machines from day one and not a crash yet.
banned#14
Jacom700
I used to use Kaspersky Internet Security but since downgrading to Windows 7 found it slowed my system down so much that I had to taken it off and now using Avast free. .


+1
#15
I use MSE as well and not one problem and very lightweight.

And its free
#16
aircanman
This argument comes up all the time. But at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. AVG and Avast are poor.

Kaspersky is ok but I find it quite intrusive.


you can set the intrusiveness of it, Its the best antivirus in terms of level of security it provides, kaspersky gets all the trojans and stuff that AVG did not seem to pick up. Im happy with it and would recommend it. Put it this way AVG have a paid version! So they are missing some levels of security, this is everything!
#17
avg free seems to have turned into a bloater :(
#18
If you have The Works store near you check for Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 for £7.99. Then you can downlaod the Kapsersky Internet Security 2010 from Kaspersky website and then use the 2009 code, saves you around £5. Details can be seen here >http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/643166/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-

I did this and it works! :thumbsup:

Besides, occording to the deal, you need to spend £30 to get 2010 edition at this price!!!
#19
I use Avira...There is a free anti-virus but I use the suite...no problems with it and I have tried a few!!!
#20
Kapersky found 2 trojans than AVG could not detect. Got mine free from Barclays online banking.
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For the Avast Free and AVG-free lovers who are voting this cold for the sake of it... you can move your discussion on this other thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/643166/kaspersky-internet-security-2009-1-?page=3
where everything has been already said and discussed. Don't pollute every new Kaspersky deal with your pointless arguments.


By the way, would you vote cold a deal on liquorices only because you can get jelly beans for free? And that is right that nobody else should ever buy liquorices when they can get other sweeties for free?

I don't really understand you fanboys. You like being cheap but don't expect that everybody else should act like you and let people who are interested in Kaspersky take advantage of its deals without putting down the heat they deserve. If you are not interested in a deal you are not forced to vote, just keep scrolling. You should vote cold only when it's cheaper somewhere else not when you don't like the product.
#22
Read this.....

http://lifehacker.com/5401453/stop-paying-for-windows-security-microsofts-security-tools-are-good-enough

When it comes to keeping your Windows PC secure, all of the scare tactics and overblown virus stories out there make it hard to feel safe online. The fact of the matter is that you don't need to pay for Windows security.

From time to time we like to go on long, opinionated rants about subjects that bug us. This is one of those times. So let's have a frank and honest discussion about Windows security, and leave the scare tactics and FUD for money-grubbing corporate marketers.

Microsoft Security Essentials is a Great Antivirus Application

The release of Microsoft Security Essentials has changed the landscape of antivirus software. We've finally got a completely free application that protects against viruses, spyware, and other malware—without killing system performance like some of the "suites" tend to do. In my personal experience, it barely slows down the machine and rarely affects my work—and during a deliberate attempt to download some viruses (for testing purposes), it immediately found and blocked them from doing anything.

You don't have to take my word for it, however. Not only did AV-Test.org find that it detects 98% of their enormous malware database, but AV-Comparatives (a widely known anti-malware testing group) found that MSE was one of only three products that did well at both finding and removing malware, including the leftovers. It was also the only free product to grab their "Advanced+" rating—the top honor for an anti-malware solution.

Then go download this....

http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

PS, I haven't voted either way.
#23
Got mine free with barclays from the "At a glance" screen
#24
Not as good as the Zavvi deal I just posted for £5.95
#25
For all those who are thinking of buying this for their home computer, download either Avast or Microsoft Security Essentials for absolutely free. I have these over different laptops/PC's and from XP - Windows 7 and they work fine. I used to use AVG but Avast is more customizable. Microsofts software is malware protection also. Not memory intensive at all.

For home use and the average user you do not need to buy antivirus anymore. Save your money.
#26
richieWolf
Not as good as the Zavvi deal I just posted for £5.95

What you posted is AVG Internet Security not Kaspersky, so why not as good? Good price yes, but different brand, different quality too.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/661665/avg-family-internet-security-3-user

AntSmith
For all those who are thinking of buying this for their home computer, download either Avast or Microsoft Security Essentials for absolutely free.


Knowing Avast's limits, yes absolutely, by all means feel free to download and use it!

I quote myself here (from another thread)
toastie
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 website, 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!

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
#27
I used to love Kaspersky - I've paid for it in the past but found the 2010 edition really unpleasant to use and navigate through it also has dramatically slowed down my programs having run for 3 or 4 days without it when I first installed windows 7 (which I LOVE - and cant fault - XP lovers need to move on ) and then loading it because I had a free copy lying around - )I am now waiting for a better security suite - one that doesn't impede performance.

Having said all that in all the years of using kaspersky I have never had a virus or trojan even though I occasionally install some programs from not altogether legit sources but I feel the cost to on performance is too great and will happily try an alternative if I can find something - I may look into microsoft security essentials to see how it performs.
#28
homerj1977
Read this.....

http://lifehacker.com/5401453/stop-paying-for-windows-security-microsofts-security-tools-are-good-enough

When it comes to keeping your Windows PC secure, all of the scare tactics and overblown virus stories out there make it hard to feel safe online. The fact of the matter is that you don't need to pay for Windows security.

From time to time we like to go on long, opinionated rants about subjects that bug us. This is one of those times. So let's have a frank and honest discussion about Windows security, and leave the scare tactics and FUD for money-grubbing corporate marketers.

Microsoft Security Essentials is a Great Antivirus Application

The release of Microsoft Security Essentials has changed the landscape of antivirus software. We've finally got a completely free application that protects against viruses, spyware, and other malware—without killing system performance like some of the "suites" tend to do. In my personal experience, it barely slows down the machine and rarely affects my work—and during a deliberate attempt to download some viruses (for testing purposes), it immediately found and blocked them from doing anything.

You don't have to take my word for it, however. Not only did AV-Test.org find that it detects 98% of their enormous malware database, but AV-Comparatives (a widely known anti-malware testing group) found that MSE was one of only three products that did well at both finding and removing malware, including the leftovers. It was also the only free product to grab their "Advanced+" rating—the top honor for an anti-malware solution.

Then go download this....

http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

PS, I haven't voted either way.


seconded. have this running on all my machines. it's free, and does a good job in picking up stuff that avast & avg havent.

It's good at malware detection too :)

It's better than their OS's i can tell you!

Paul
#29
Seems like an ok price. The Barclays deal is a bit of a winner though. Not used 2010 version of Kaspersky.

Previous versions were very good. I always favoured it or Nod32. Am a Linux user now so don't suffer from such problems. I do use Windows for .Net development, but given the small amount of use (use Virtual Machines more and more now), it's not worth me paying for so I just use AVG. I'ts not my favourite choice but it does the job, albeit a bit bloated and with poor interface. Probably wouldn't be my first choice if I moved back to Windows.
#30
toibs
seconded. have this running on all my machines. it's free, and does a good job in picking up stuff that avast & avg havent.

It's good at malware detection too :)

It's better than their OS's i can tell you!

Paul


For extra protection and/or peace of mind run MSE with Malwarebytes which only runs when you want it. Excellent combination and free!

I was always an AVG person, then moved to Avast as a trial and it found a lot of stuff AVG didn't. MSE is even better, and hardly effects the system resources!

As a decent guide, I have MSE running on my son's Asus eeePC 4g along with Windows 7 and it uses barely any resources.
#31
I am not positive, but I believe this can be used in a business environment, unlike many of the free alternatives. (Check the Under help me choose where they recommend KIS)

http://www.kaspersky.co.uk/small-office-security

So that's a definite plus if users are looking to buy for a business of say 3-5 computers.


Whereas all the others cannot be used in such a manner...though some would argue that the Microsoft one does not exactly prohibit it but certainly does not make me think its definite yes:
http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/eula.aspx

Use. You may install and use any number of copies of the software on your devices in your household for use by people who reside there or for use in your home-based small business.
#32
I think it is fair to make the point for users who may not know that free alternatives exist. I did not vote this deal cold by the way, as it may suit some people.

I suggest that people read [url]www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/summary/summary2009.pdf[/url] and then make an informed choice. The comparison includes AVG, Avast, Kaspersky, Microsoft and others.

By the way, I read that McAfee has caused machines running Windows XP SP3 to crash or enter endless reboot cycles, so their customers are not very happy: [url]www.pcpro.co.uk/news/enterprise/357439/mcafee-update-cripples-windows-xp-machines[/url]
#33
martyj999
I used to love Kaspersky - I've paid for it in the past but found the 2010 edition really unpleasant to use and navigate through it also has dramatically slowed down my programs having run for 3 or 4 days without it when I first installed windows 7 (which I LOVE - and cant fault - XP lovers need to move on ) and then loading it because I had a free copy lying around - )I am now waiting for a better security suite - one that doesn't impede performance.

Having said all that in all the years of using kaspersky I have never had a virus or trojan even though I occasionally install some programs from not altogether legit sources but I feel the cost to on performance is too great and will happily try an alternative if I can find something - I may look into microsoft security essentials to see how it performs.


Did you try adjusting the settings?
#34
I agree, I used kaspersky for many years until 2010 and found a lot of problems, Try emailing them it takes around 2-3 weeks to get a reply, slows startup slows machine down, years ago I bought norton internet and got rid of it for the same reasons but because of the problems with kaspersky went PC World and bought Norton Internet for around £23 and am very pleased with every bit of it.
I recomend you check it out. it may cost more but it is well worth it.:-D
#35
Microsoft Security Essentials sends your personal details to Microsoft. You cannot opt out of this. Check the settings for Spynet in MSE.

No such thing as a free lunch.
#36
Kaspersky, internet security. infinite subscription. £0.00 at all t******t website :D

that's a better deal imho. ;)
#37
Kaspersky 2008 was excellent, 2009 was intrusive as someone said, 2010 is much better again.

I use Kaspersky on the important PCs, the kids ones have AVG on. I have to re-image the kids PCs occasionally because AVG is a bit leaky.
#38
Microsoft Security Essentials is free, so voted cold
#39
Tried the free ones but they let too many viruses through, Kaspersky all the way for me.
#40
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