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This is for the 3 user pack! Available to collect in-store.

Compatible with Windows Vista too.

Today, threats to PCs are appearing in ever-greater numbers and diversity. Cyber criminals on the Internet are well organized and tend to target PCs with combined threats. A standalone antivirus solution is no longer enough to fully protect your PC.

Kaspersky® Internet Security 6.0 is a fully integrated solution that protects your computer from all of the most common Internet threats, including viruses, hacker attacks, adware, spam and spyware.

Main Advantages

* Integrated protection from all Internet threats
* Cutting-edge antivirus technologies
* Personal firewall
* Protection from spam and phishing
* Instant database updates
* Free technical support

Key Features

* Real-time monitoring of all data streams, including email, Internet traffic and network connections
* Protection from viruses, Trojans and worms
* Protection from spyware, adware and other potentially hostile programs
* Proactive defense against new malicious programs
* Protection from network attacks and system hijacking
* Blocking of popup windows and banners
* Rollback of changes made by malicious programs on your computer
* Blocking of links to phishing websites
* Trainable spam filtration system
* Support for Windows Vista and 64-bit systems
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#1
This is £40 on the kaspersky website, and £48 for 3 users (15% quidco too ;-) )
Amazon have it for 50 quid.

This is clearly a better deal - looks hot to me - not sure why its cold!

10 quid each if u club together with mates!!
#2
I think it may be cold because you can get McAffee for free via the Natwest site and also AVG is free anyway... :)

Havent voted cold... just giving my opinion...
#3
voted cold because while it is cheap, aol give the same software away for free at http://www.activevirusshield.com/antivirus/freeav/index.adp?
#4
I've used Mcafee and AVG, but i'm getting better results from KASPERSKY. just thought i'd share that with you all
#5
yeh I'll second that KASPERSKY is far less processor heavy, especially compared to the likes of McAfee (Nightmare to use and crap in my opinion, wouldn't install even if it was free), norton (uses every last once of CPU and ram it can get its hands on) and Sophos which I have found to make almost every machine it comes in contact with unstable (and thats the enterprise version)

So I'm voting hot, you get what you pay for, and with this you actaully get a lot more
#6
I voted cold because theres several FREE antivirus apps out there. No one should really have to pay for anti virus in this day and age unless they have particular need for all the bells and whistles.

I'm using Avast, but AVG is another popular free one.

There's also several free spyware remover apps, just check out Download.com for the popular free ones.

And while I am on the subject of free internet security, please everyone download the Firefox web browser, every expert and their dog recognises it as being waaaay more secure against viruses and spyware than Microsoft Internet explorer. And even if you dont care about that its just simply a better browser anyways... some of the plugins for Firefox are amazing!
#7
Unless they've changed it the AOL freebie is on demand only ie it doesn't have the real-time protection you get with the full Kaspersky product. NB Zonealarm Suite has used Kaspersky Anti Virus since version 7 came out.
#8
Voted hot as this is a good price for the type of AV software and number of licenses.
I would personally recommend Kaspersky (if you want to pay for AV software).
I agree with the other posters regarding high process hungry competitors such as McAfee.
POP UP >Is there anything McAfee doesn't want to sell/update you?<

30 squid for 3 licenses is worth a bash imho

Shimagoza
#9
mycroft jones
Unless they've changed it the AOL freebie is on demand only ie it doesn't have the real-time protection you get with the full Kaspersky product. NB Zonealarm Suite has used Kaspersky Anti Virus since version 7 came out.


What do you mean by realtime protection?
#10
belovedmonster
I voted cold because theres several FREE antivirus apps out there. No one should really have to pay for anti virus in this day and age unless they have particular need for all the bells and whistles.

I'm using Avast, but AVG is another popular free one.


This is for a full internet security suite! AVG is an excellent free a/virus program but there aren't many fully integrated Internet Suites on the market. Which is VISTA compatible - which ZoneAlarm still isn't!!! After 4 months of Vista's release :x Not happy that i'm paying for a piece of s/ware which won't work on my current PC! What a waste!

Anyway back onto topic, kapersky reviews (this is not the only +ve review of this s/ware):

Good points
• Offers complete protection
• Fast and unobtrusive
• Good value

Bad points
• Occasionally a bit technical

Overall
[LIST]
[*]It might not always be the easiest of utilities to understand, but Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0 is one lean, mean virus, hacker, phishing scam, spam and spyware-fighting machine.
[/LIST]

The equivalent products from AVG: AVG Internet Security 7.5 internet security software - £35.99 (but 2yrs) for 1 user version. Only got rated AVERAGE

Good points

[LIST]
[*]Two-year's subscription is good value
[*]Quicker than average scans
[*]Regular, automated updates
[/LIST]

Bad points

[LIST]
[*]Setup not straightforward
[*]Overall AVG Internet Security 7.5 is thorough at what it does but isn't the most easiest suite to set up.
[/LIST]

McAfee Total Protection 2007 internet security (£45) got a better score than AVG but :

Good points

[LIST]
[*]Wide range of security tools
[*]Easy installation
[*]Doesn't need much maintenance
[/LIST]

Bad points

[LIST]
[*]Advanced tweaking is confusing
[*]Full installation eats system memory
[*]Updating often hogs system resources
[/LIST]

Norton 360 (the latest offering from the Symantec guys or is that Dr Solomons?):

Reviews:

"Symantec's Norton 360 security suite is designed for less-experienced PC owners who want computer protection without having to make many fine-tuning adjustments themselves. Norton 360 holds the line against viruses, spyware and adware infections, but its inability to be configured by the owner in many fields will leave more experienced users disappointed."

"Unlike previous Symantec security and maintenance suites, Norton 360 plays nicely with system resources"

Forget ZA Internet Suite they still can't provide Vista compatibility :x

Hope someone finds this note useful!
#11
look in free software the AOL antivirus is free and it is kaspersky
#12
have to say cold, plenty of ways to kep ypur pc clean and safe without paying a penny.
#13
IMHO I don't like the way that AOL gathers information on your browsing habits and system specs.
http://www.activevirusshield.com/antivirus/freeav/terms_of_services.adp Section 5
#14
It various tests of Anti virus software including free ones Kaspersky comes out top. Voted hot
#15
If you're in the market for a paid-for all-in-one AV/Security suite then I think this is a very good price for a 3 User Licence - voted HOT!

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banned#16
The AOL version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus is free and lacks features, moreover is totally different to this offer. This offer is for Kaspersky's FIREWALL (Kaspersky Internet Security) not the anti-virus, therefore comments like "I voted cold because AOL offers this free" are stupid. Voted HOT
#17
Archer
The AOL version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus is free and lacks features, moreover is totally different to this offer. This offer is for Kaspersky's FIREWALL (Kaspersky Internet Security) not the anti-virus, therefore comments like "I voted cold because AOL offers this free" are stupid. Voted HOT


this offer actualy includes BOTH the firewall and anti virus

But you are still having to PAY for something that you can get equivelant protection for free.
#18
free AV programs just dont give the same level of protection as paying for it...to date ive used sophos..mcaffee...norton...nod32...avast....panda...AVG and kaspersky

kaspersky and nod32 have been far better than the others....the free ones let too many viri slip thru...mcaffee and norton are system hogs and sophos is too damn expensive!

I currently use kaspersky on two of my pcs and nod32 on another.....bad points for kaspersky are the hopeless support (unless you are russian!) and the firewall is pants if you use the full suite....good points are that it draws very little resource (tho not as little as nod32) and that it detected more viruses than all of the others
#19
defard
free AV programs just dont give the same level of protection as paying for it...to date ive used sophos..mcaffee...norton...nod32...avast....panda...AVG and kaspersky

kaspersky and nod32 have been far better than the others....the free ones let too many viri slip thru...mcaffee and norton are system hogs and sophos is too damn expensive!

I currently use kaspersky on two of my pcs and nod32 on another.....bad points for kaspersky are the hopeless support (unless you are russian!) and the firewall is pants if you use the full suite....good points are that it draws very little resource (tho not as little as nod32) and that it detected more viruses than all of the others


Free AV programs give just as much protection as paying ones.

never had ANY just slip through.
#20
This is a very good price for Kaspersky KIS, especially when the three-user license is factored in.

Kaspersky constantly attains high marks on AV tests, and is only beaten by NOD32.

If you want a very good free antivirus, try Avira Antivir. Its detection rates are second to none (it's let down in certain tests by false positives).

Otherwise get a beta copy of Kaspersky from their website. I'm running 7.0.0.55, all I have to do is reactivate it every couple of months.

http://www.av-comparatives.org/
#21
defard
free AV programs just dont give the same level of protection as paying for it...


Thats not true. The only real difference is extra features. Every AV app you pay for comes with a bunch of extra junk like pop up blockers, firewalls, spyware removers etc, all of which you can get free alternatives to from places like Download.com. You will also get some extra features in the AV software itself like more options for setting automatic scans and stuff like that, but nothing that actually makes the virus scanning any more accurate, it just gives you more control over when and how you scan the computer.

A free AV app is more than enough for home users.

In fact, unless you are dipsy and open random attachments and stupid stuff like that I think Viruses are generally not a problem these days, its spyware that is the real pain in the butt.
banned#22
m00nie
Free AV programs give just as much protection as paying ones.

never had ANY just slip through.


That is not what AV comparitives has to say. AVG picked up only 89,04% of Windows viruses during the February 2007 test. Thats pathetic even by a free anti-virus' standards
#23
Archer
That is not what AV comparitives has to say. AVG picked up only 89,04% of Windows viruses during the February 2007 test. Thats pathetic even by a free anti-virus' standards


AVG also make a paid for version, the free version is exactly the same as the paid for one minus the bells and whistles. So the information you present doesnt say that free software is worse than paid for, is just says that AVG isnt the best out there (regardless whether its the free version or not).

I personally use Avast free version because CNET said it was the best free AV software last time I checked, but either way the quality depends on the individual application not whether its free or paid for. A free version of an excellent AV program is going to be better than a paid for version of a bad one.

But either way this debate is kinda pointless, because unless you have people who open random attachments willynilly or download loads of illegal software off random warez sites covered in porn ads then frankly viruses aint an every day problem (That honour goes to spyware). As long as you have some up to date protection then you are more than safe.
#24
Cold too, sorry but I don't really see the point in buying internet security programs anymore! My PC is cleaner then it was when I used Zonealarm 7 and now I just use free programs, it also runs faster :)
#25
I think a lot of the cold voters are missing a point. Yes all of us 'geeks' with the know how can download free security software which will provide adequate protection.

But what about the non-geeks?

They will walk into PC World and ask for advice or read magazines. If they go to PC World they'll be pointed to the security software section where they will see this deal. A deal which will protect not just themselves but 2 other PCs too plus technical support. It's a no brainer. :thumbsup:
#26
Dappy
I think a lot of the cold voters are missing a point. Yes all of us 'geeks' with the know how can download free security software which will provide adequate protection.

But what about the non-geeks?

They will walk into PC World and ask for advice or read magazines. If they go to PC World they'll be pointed to the security software section where they will see this deal. A deal which will protect not just themselves but 2 other PCs too plus technical support. It's a no brainer. :thumbsup:


so we are to vote this hot on behalf of the people that dont use this site? lol


if someone on here wanted help.advise, then i would point them towards the free protection available as i see that beter,cheaper so stil cold for me im afraid.
banned#27
belovedmonster
AVG also make a paid for version, the free version is exactly the same as the paid for one minus the bells and whistles. So the information you present doesnt say that free software is worse than paid for, is just says that AVG isnt the best out there (regardless whether its the free version or not).

I personally use Avast free version because CNET said it was the best free AV software last time I checked, but either way the quality depends on the individual application not whether its free or paid for. A free version of an excellent AV program is going to be better than a paid for version of a bad one.

But either way this debate is kinda pointless, because unless you have people who open random attachments willynilly or download loads of illegal software off random warez sites covered in porn ads then frankly viruses aint an every day problem (That honour goes to spyware). As long as you have some up to date protection then you are more than safe.


Well there is a trend that paying for an anti-virus solution from a renowned vendor does make your computer better protected. What you are doing which is wrong is you comparing the paid for AVG anti-virus and its free equivalent which is stupid really seeing as both use the same signatures, only the paid for version is more beefed up.

Back on the deal, a license for 1pc costs £40 from Kaspersky, don't know why this is being voted cold
#28
Ah ha, just found out why they're selling this off. It's to clear the shelves in time for version 7 being in the shops on (or around) the 18th June.

http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showforum=16

So this isn't really a three-machine license for KIS6. It's a three-machine license for KIS7.
#29
m00nie
so we are to vote this hot on behalf of the people that dont use this site? lol


No not at all.

People who vote this deal cold should point out where it's cheaper and not vote the deal cold just because there's freeware alternatives around. :)
#30
If you're security concious, don't use torrents, and are looking to invest in a good security solution for your PC then this a must buy.

Very highly regarded.
1 Like #31
Dappy
No not at all.

People who vote this deal cold should point out where it's cheaper and not vote the deal cold just because there's freeware alternatives around. :)



Agreed, voted hot because you are getting the best AV software (virus detection rates) and a decent firewall all for £30 quid for three licences.

For those who keep banging on about free this and free that, you are right there are some credible and worthy products, however they aren't the best at what they do.

It is like saying that Tesco value washing powder is better than Aerial because it's cheaper regardless of it's ability to get clothes clean.

If your free AV & Firewall software does the trick fine, it doesn't make this a bad deal though.

Some reviews based on lab tests for those who are interested.

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/shopper/labs/89568/kaspersky-lab-internet-security-60.html?searchString=kaspersky

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/shopper/labs/105204/kaspersky-antivirus-6.html?searchString=kaspersky

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/shopper/labs/230/anti-virus-software/products.html
#32
avast.com - free
#33
I had Sophos which was the best paid AV but its very expensive IMO, I now use Kaspersky and for 3 licences this is a bargain!
#34
Tried the free and paid for security packages. The ones that stood out time and time again for efficiency and prompt detection were NOD32 and Kaspersky. NOD32 is excellent. I'd give Kaspersky the edge because it has a firewall too. For £29.99 (3 PC licenses) it is a bargain. Hope the offer lasts.
#35
m00nie
Free AV programs give just as much protection as paying ones.

never had ANY just slip through.


This is hot deal.

I've set up test rigs with AVG, MaCafee and Kaspersky deliberately trying to get them infected, suffice to say that Kaspersky was the only from the 3 to pick up trojans in real time and also disinfect, the others would find the once you initiate a scan but wasn't able to do much about them.

IMO the £30 you save on using the free is gobbled up in precious time or money when you have to rebuild.
#36
Just a reminder that this deal is still available. :thumbsup:
#37
but no where near as good as it was. I bought the same three liecence package from Amazon last week for £14.98 making this a rip off. Although its not that price any more you can still get it for £24.97here

Tek
#38
Amazon are out of stock at the moment.
#39
So you can install this on three separate computers?
#40
Yep 3 PCs :)

tekhieboy
Amazon have stock for £24.97 inc free del

ITS HERE


Thanks for confirming they're back in stock, just listed a separate deal with Amazon's price. :thumbsup:

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