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Kaspersky are running a 30% off promotion until 4th Feb, but if you use the voucher code WHSMITH at the checkout you can get 50% off the discounted price. So, for example:

Internet security suite 7.0 usual price £36.12. Kaspersky's 30% deal makes it £25.28. WHSmith promo 50% off brings it down to £12.64 for a one-year licence. Please note that sales tax is added to final purchase price.

This is my first post, so please go easy on me!
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#1
this is actually cheaper at scan as far as i can tell and thats without any discounts
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=667931

also with scan i think you get the box and cd not just a download
#2
This looks like just what I am after for my kids PC's.

Just registered for a 60 day free trial at the following link to try it out first.

http://www.kaspersky-labs.co.uk/safeonline/
#3
either way if it is at that price or cheaper its a cracking deal, pc pro labs winner, signed up for another year of f-secure before i read the new reviews. doh! :x
#4
Think the best deals at Scan are actually...
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=668400
but this is the OEM single user version - It's only £11.50 but doesn't include postage (you'll need to spend £20 before been able to use the AV Forums free postage link)
The best deal if you have multiple machines in your house is this one...
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=668399
It's the 3 user OEM (not sure how thats supposed to work?!) suite for £14.56
Tek
#5
just be careful with this latest version, I bought it without trialing, it caused many errors on many windows programs and would not let itself be unistalled easily, even when done it had stopped media player and a couple of other progrmas from working so had to to a system restore to sort it.

It apparently has major conflicts with acer drivers and mine was an acer laptop.

Just thought i would pre warn any buyers
#6
I've been using a 6 month trial off of Computer Shopper, with just 22 days to run on it, I can honestly say that I have not had any real problems with it under vista and it's fast. More than I can say about Norton on my xp machine, just had to get rid of it because it slowed everything down to a crawl.
#7
biggeoffc6
I've been using a 6 month trial off of Computer Shopper, with just 22 days to run on it, I can honestly say that I have not had any real problems with it under vista and it's fast. More than I can say about Norton on my xp machine, just had to get rid of it because it slowed everything down to a crawl.


Horses for courses I had the 3 license version of this & I had too many problems so I went back to Norton & Zonealarm
#8
Why pay for this when there are plenty FREE from [url]www.download.com[/url] - all LEGAL....
#9
packard
Why pay for this when there are plenty FREE from [url]www.download.com[/url] - all LEGAL....



any suggestions for a reputable internet security suite?
#10
thelurch;1535611
just be careful with this latest version, I bought it without trialing, it caused many errors on many windows programs and would not let itself be unistalled easily, even when done it had stopped media player and a couple of other progrmas from working so had to to a system restore to sort it.

It apparently has major conflicts with acer drivers and mine was an acer laptop.

Just thought i would pre warn any buyers

Same here, slowed my computer down to a snail pace and disabled the internet connection. Avoid if using Acer PC.
#11
Slash;1536528
any suggestions for a reputable internet security suite?

try AVG for virus protection
#12
Whats the best all round anti virus package for Windows vista on a hp laptop? Is it Norton 360?
#13
You can download Avast anti virus which is excellent for free and also zone alarm firewall also excellent and also free!
#14
Excellent price for this, I use the 3 license version and havent had any problems whatsoever, I did a bit of research before I purchased it as always used free antivirus previously(except a disaster decision to try norton) and kaspersky came out on top in most reviews.
If your looking for free antivirus AVG comes in top of that list.
#15
I'm quite an experienced PC user and I installed this on my newish IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad after my Norton 2007 expired. It was a disaster and totally screwed my machine. Could not uninstall/restore and ended up full recovery and fresh installation of everything. So, as always, back up important files first.

On XP Pro, fresh installation and Kapersky worked well and less resource intensive than Norton (have used Norton for years). Gets a bit tedious in training mode but works. However soon found it was not compatible with certain software I need to use. Works ok with mainstream stuff like Office. In the end I was in situation where installation of my needed software with Kapersky screwed my sysem again so full reinstall. This time I just bought Norton 2008 and everything just works fine with all my software.

Kapersky was nice while it worked but can't recommend it.
#16
Can anybody confirm if the price on Scan is the normal price, or if it will be going up after the 4th Feb?.
#17
Don't forget 15% Quidco when using the e-Store.

Although the tracking isn't great...just had to submit an earnings enquiry for a purchase I made in November! :x
#18
Just put the trail version onto a DELL laptop with Vista premium. So far no problems but what sort of problems are people having ? Used this on my XP machine and found it to be Excellent at detecting virues, spyware etc (as per a lot of PC mags) and the 'Shut down PC' after full scan is great as I can leave it to do it's thing at night and now it will turn off the PC when finished. Considering getting this as my DELL's free Mcfee trial will finish soon and for around £9 a year (2year licence inc. Quidco) thought it's great value
#19
Excellent, been using kaspersky for a while now with no probs. dunno why others seem to be getting problems.
voted hot
#20
KAV itself is the best antivirus product for a mid/high end pc if you configure it correctly (uses quite a lot of resources) but their firewall cannot handle more than 100+ connections at the time – slows you machine/connection speed considerably especially if you use any p2p download programs. But this is true for almost all decent firewalls apart from Outpost and former Kerio software. Even new NOD Smart Security firewall module is useless despite being bundled with the best AV available. That is why you should use separate solutions unless simply browsing. Currently best option is NOD32 + Agnitum Outpost.
#21
The reviews speak for themselves:
http://www.pcproawards.com/labs/155/antivirus-software/products.html
http://anti-virus-software-review.toptenreviews.com/kaspersky-review.html
If you are upgrading from another antivirus software then you really have to make sure you have uninstalled the previous software fully before installing anything else. This is where a lot of problems are going to arise.
#22
People actually pay money for stuff you can find free?
#23
I work in a large high street computer store and we're forever uninstalling Norton as it's such a hungryprogram and itself has all the characteristics of a virus.

Of this and norton I'd use kaspersky, but if it were my choice I use Avast! or AVG, and they're free.
#24
I've just had to restore laptop (Compaq Vista) to factory setting's as was using 6month free trial & it was stopping my microsoft from working right kept losing my connection's etc. Wasnt too impressed with it either as I got a virus & it didnt detect it where AVG did so as they say FREE IS BEST FOR ME
Gillx
#25
Click for FREE PROTECTION FOR YOUR COMPUTER ......all the links you'll ever need from a trusted PC magazine.

As for recommendations....

I have used AVG Free anti-virus and ZoneAlarm firewall together for 8 years and not had a single problem.

Also use Spybot Search&Destroy and Adaware to search for spyware.

So I would really need to hear a very convincing argument to make me pay for the protection I can get for nothing.

:thumbsup:
#26
tartanfluff
Click for FREE PROTECTION FOR YOUR COMPUTER ......all the links you'll ever need from a trusted PC magazine.

As for recommendations....

I have used AVG Free anti-virus and ZoneAlarm firewall together for 8 years and not had a single problem.

Also use Spybot Search&Destroy and Adaware to search for spyware.

So I would really need to hear a very convincing argument to make me pay for the protection I can get for nothing.

:thumbsup:



I totally agree with the above:thumbsup:
#27
I cannot vouch for these free antivirus softwares from experience. I was using PC Cillin (at home) and Norton at work. One of my emails had a virus in an attachment that both the office and home versions did not detect. However, when I installed Kaspersky at home it found it out on the first scan.
So it isnot enough if your antivirus reports that there are no problems. I'd always pay for a good quality antivirus and be safe rather than sorry. What with all the trojans that are now on the internet that are turn themselves on when you try to do banking online and captures all passwords etc.....Sorry for a few quid I simply couldnt take a chance with these free antiviruses. Only the best will do.
#28
I installed this straight onto my new Dell Vista 32 bit PC at the start of the year. I used it for a less then a week before uninstalling it due to having so many problems. It took me quite a while to work out what was causing the problems because i'd installed so much stuff all at once, but it was definitely this causing freezes and difficulty rebooting.

I've gone back to Eset Smart Security which is far superior IMO. The only thing is is that a license is about £40 a year - which is pretty steep.

Talking about free software, Comodo has a very good reputation for all of their free products and as Zone Alarm don't make a standalone firewall for Vista it's certainly worth considering Comodo's. I'm still using Eset because you get a 30 day free trial - but I might start using Comodo stuff afterwards.
#29
RedOnRed
as Zone Alarm don't make a standalone firewall for Vista it's certainly worth considering Comodo's..


http://www.download.com/ZoneAlarm-Windows-Vista-/3000-10435_4-10710112.html
#30
quality find. only had 5 days left of the 6 month free trial i got from here last time. went for the 3 pc internet protection. £21 for the year! heat and rep added:thumbsup:
#31
packard
Why pay for this when there are plenty FREE from [url]www.download.com[/url] - all LEGAL....


For a free av package i've been using avira on the family's pc's.

http://www.free-av.com/
#32
hot deal but i think i will stick to my avast which has been fault free for me for along time now, thanks for the tip on free programs tartantuff i just got zone alarm to protect as firewall.
will take a look and some of the other progs also.
#33
nightshot;1536763
The reviews speak for themselves:
http://www.pcproawards.com/labs/155/antivirus-software/products.html
http://anti-virus-software-review.toptenreviews.com/kaspersky-review.html
If you are upgrading from another antivirus software then you really have to make sure you have uninstalled the previous software fully before installing anything else. This is where a lot of problems are going to arise.


Well I uninstalled my old AV before installing Kaspersky and still had loads of problems. Besides, you haven't really got much choice but to uninstall your old AV first as the new one won't install until you have.
#34
Voted Hot!

I have been running the 6 month free trial that was due to expire this week, and was looking for a new subscription key.

I have 3 PCs in the house (2 desktops and a laptop) so this was ideal.

£21.24 all in with the discounts, that is only £7.08 per machine!

Thanks to original poster - hot post!

:thumbsup:
#35
;-)Just bought and installed seems to be working ok. Had Norton and this slowed the start up time and the machine slowed down quite often and when I checked it was Norton internet using the machines memory so lets hope that I will get a faster computer now. Hot post ps Cost £15 04 and no waiting for the post,
#36
Norton is a disaster on any system. Avoid, avoid, avoid. Never had a system, where it did not snarl up the system and clog up its resources. Just appalling programming from a once decent company.

Kaspersky gets great reviews in the mags, Norton is usually at the bottom of the heap. The free AVs usually do not pick up the latest trojans and viruses - you basically get what you pay for. I would rather use them than Norton, though.

Kaspersky are forever offering free 3 month and six month licences. You can just about add it to the list of free AV suites. If Kaspersky does not play nicely with Acer, then try NOD32 ([url]www.eset.com[/url]).
#37
I'm only interested in this for the parental controls function, as I also normaly use the free aplications.
Can anyone recommend any free Parental Control applications?
#38
The Best program by far is Eset NOD32, nortons is a system hogger and Kaspersky is unstable.

The only thing is NOD32 is expensive, but they offer a free 30 day trial, so what i do is install/uninstall every month, (make sure you delete the ESET program file in C drive/Program Files before re-installing)
#39
pauljrog;1537531
The Best program by far is Eset NOD32, nortons is a system hogger and Kaspersky is unstable.

The only thing is NOD32 is expensive, but they offer a free 30 day trial, so what i do is install/uninstall every month, (make sure you delete the ESET program file in C drive/Program Files before re-installing)


Eset's full package is now called Eset Internet Smart Security (which i'm using) and NOD32 just refers to the anti virus protection which isn't comparable to Kaspersky's Internet Security.
#40
Try the course of action available free of "not being a dumbass" for virus protection and your pc will have a noticeable speed increase, just install an on demand scanner when you notice problems and learn to use your pc properly instead of being another part of the devolution of computer knowledge of the general public.

Other than that I'd say NOD32 or BitDefender are your best bet. Kaspersky isn't bad especially for this price although it does use the same core as Norton.

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