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Kaspersky are running a 50% off promotion until 11th Feb, but if you use the voucher code WHSMITH at the checkout you can get 50% off the discounted price. So, for example: Plus 15% Quidco

Internet security suite 7.0 usual price £36.12. Kaspersky's 50% deal makes it £18.06. WHSmith promo 50% off brings it down to £9.03 for a one-year licence. Please note that sales tax is added to final purchase price.

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#1
Heat added as its a good deal based on normal price.

I do feel Nod32 is much better so I wont go for it
#2
Heat added :) Much better program than the Norton Internet Security Suite for £25. Uses less resources and protects you better. However there are always free alternatives such as Comodo, ZoneAlarm, Outpost etc.
#3
good deal for three pc's it works out at £15 inc vat! thats hot shame the next step is 5 pc's as we only need it for 4!

an alternative is the Mcafee one that is supposed to be more but you can actually get free for 12 months here http://uk.mcafee.com/root/landingpages/afflandpage.asp?affid=540&lpname=vsf this offer has been going ages (mcafee not kaspersky) I prefer kaspersky over mcafee as it tends to have a smaller footprint, although the version that camewith my laptop isnt as bad as previous versions, also kaspersky seems easier to navigate too!
#4
I have ordered 3 more licenses for the computers of friends, great deal.
Incase anyone is wondering I have spent months looking for a good all in one suite and settled on
Kaspersky,

I have been using NOD32 for Av in the past and I was very happy with it but needed a combined av, antispyware, firewall and I think Kaspersky is the best package you can get (other than individual components which incur additional overheads).
#5
My current Kaspersky 7.0 does not expire until Jan 2009. I wish to take advantage of this deal....if I purchase another license right now, would I be able to upgrade to Kaspersky 8.0 when it is release and use the key I purchase from this deal?
#6
I took advantage of this last night. Excellent offer.
#7
is this just a download or do you get the box??
#8
esclad;1547713
is this just a download or do you get the box??

download (@31.4mb), if you want the cd it costs extra, why would you need a box anyway? You would only throw it away, just download and burn a hard copy to cd for backup or do as I do and email yourself a copy of it for back-up so its available for you anytime and anywhere with a net connection! I do this for most software, if you get a free account with gmx.com you get 50mb attachments!

Bonus of download is you get it straightaway too!
#9
harlzter
download, if you want the cd it costs extra, why would you need a box anyway? You would only throw it away, just download and burn a hard copy to cd for backup or do as I do and email yourself a copy of it for back-up so its available for you anytime and anywhere with a net connection! I do this for most software, if you get a free account with gmx.com you get 50mb attachments!

Bonus of download is you get it straightaway too!


True, what a great idea uploading important software, it never occurred to me. Thanks - buying it now....
#10
harlzter
good deal for three pc's it works out at £15 inc vat! thats hot shame the next step is 5 pc's as we only need it for 4!

an alternative is the Mcafee one that is supposed to be more but you can actually get free for 12 months here http://uk.mcafee.com/root/landingpages/afflandpage.asp?affid=540&lpname=vsf this offer has been going ages (mcafee not kaspersky) I prefer kaspersky over mcafee as it tends to have a smaller footprint, although the version that camewith my laptop isnt as bad as previous versions, also kaspersky seems easier to navigate too!


That link doesn't work.

Anyway, great deal for a decent AV. Head added.
#11
:oops:WHERES THE CODE???
#12
karen21101;1547734
:oops:WHERES THE CODE???

in op's first post! WHSMITH is the code
#13
:oops:ohhhhhhhh thanks just susted it there lol:oops::oops:ty very much:)
#14
Guys, on my desktop PC, I had Mcafee running for years, but then I realised how buggy the piece of **** was and removed. I then just settled for Avast.

Not sure if I should go for this. Is this superior to Avast? I'm guessing it is since it isn't free like Avast.

Thanks
#15
McAfee was driving me up a wall for the last year. Ditched it at renewal and went with the trial for Kaspersky, as I have had Norton before (and TheWife uses it right now on her machine) and it sucks as well (in that it is a huge hog). It's better with Kaspersky.
#16
This is one of the best, i hate Norton worst AV ever, heat and rep left.
#17
Easy to set up (have just done it) just make sure you click on the English version or it comes up in French !!!!
Got confirmation email within 2 minutes and activation code in 2 hours.
#18
My vote goes for Avast, I used Nod32 for a while, but when I scanned my machine with another stand alone checker I found a load of virus/trojans.

I got Norton free on a laptop, that found one bit of virus/spyware but failed to remove it.

Kaspersky installed, but then stopped my machine from booting, I fixed the problem by unistalling in safemode,
but was not impressed. It is rated highly by tests though!

So Avast is what I am trying now, it scores very well in tests also and is free
#19
ive used all the top AV packages and ive personally found kaspersky to be the best. In fact Kaspersky found viruses that NOD32 missed. It consistently wins top of its class awards in most reviews so its more than worth it for the money. IMHO free AV software is notorious in missing out on loads of viruses so pay a few quid and get proper peace of mind!

Gimme some rep if its been of help!
#20
Eset Internet Smart Security for me, which is much better. Download the software for free of their site and a mate of mine (ahem, cough, cough) knows of a patch you put on that gives you a 50 year trial with normal updates.
#21
Hi just got a new PC and need anti virus. Can anyone help?

1) Is this compatible with windows XP pro 64 bit? If not what should I be looking for?

2) On my old system I used Norton System Works Premier but it doesn't seem to work on my new one. Can anyone suggest a simialr all in one solution that covers optimising, system management, maintenance and anti virus and will run on my new PC (Win XP Pro 64 bit 8GB).

Many thanks. All constructive advice is welcome.:-D
#22
http://free.grisoft.com/

I use this one - and its free (although only for home use - so did not like my windows server set up on some of my computers) and works on all home computers running windows.

It updates on a scheduler that you can set up which is brilliant for a free version, and the virus checking is scheduled too, and also upon request.

Prior to using this I used Norton, which let a virus called 'filtax' switch it off, trash my PC, and install a key logger. The only solution being to buy a new hard disk, reinstall all my software, then transfer all data files from my previous hard drive.

This had to be done as the virus kept reinstalling itself after each restart, and it was not apparent where the installation was coming from.

It has also won the following awards...

* ICSA Labs Anti-Virus certification
* VB 100% award
* Checkmark Level 1, Level 2 and Trojan certifications
* TÜV Monitored Virus Protection
* Red Herring 100 Europe award
* Internet Commerce Excellence 2005
* Gold Award - Web-User, the UK's biggest selling Internet magazine awarded AVG Anti-Virus in October 2006 antivirus group
* Recommended award - AVG Free for Linux achieves "Recommended" award February 2006
* Best antivirus program - PCW Awards for Excellence 2005
* Best antivirus program - SC Magazine Best of 2005
* Best Security Software 2007- Techworld Awards


Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grisoft

Seriously - try this free one before you buy another. I assure you - wou wont buy another.

Additionally, it also has a seperate free rootkit checker - that most virus checkers do not have. You can install this free on its own even if you are using another virus checker.

I found the also just won this award too...

http://www.pcproawards.com/news/hot-topics/news/143886/
#23
Slash
My current Kaspersky 7.0 does not expire until Jan 2009. I wish to take advantage of this deal....if I purchase another license right now, would I be able to upgrade to Kaspersky 8.0 when it is release and use the key I purchase from this deal?



With Kaspersky you buy the licence allowing you to connect to their servers to download daily updates to the virus signature files. The software itself is always a free download and you can always update to the latest version whenever as long as your licence has not expired. You are never locked to one version unlike say Norton and then have to pay to update to the next version.

Kaspersky are always offering 3 month and 6 month free trials. If you keep your eyes peeled, you need never pay for it. Legally.
#24
Am I going mental, or was this already posted a couple of days ago? I can't find it on the site any more...
#25
I've used Norton AV for a few years and I agree it does hog system resources, but it does the job so I'm not that worried.
My friend uses AVG and the other day his PC got infected with a virus. I managed to fix it in the end, afterwhich I scanned with AVG and it found nothing. I then ran a Norton online scan and it found 8 viruses!
Voted hot.
#26
Yeah - Norton did always have that problem of finding things that were not even viruses.
#27
defard
ive used all the top AV packages and ive personally found kaspersky to be the best. In fact Kaspersky found viruses that NOD32 missed. It consistently wins top of its class awards in most reviews so its more than worth it for the money. IMHO free AV software is notorious in missing out on loads of viruses so pay a few quid and get proper peace of mind!

Gimme some rep if its been of help!


Cheeky so & so, you're aren't supposed to request rep...in fact will probably count against you:roll:
#28
I've used Kaspersky for several years now and have always been very pleased with its performance. This deal has enabled me to protect my main PC, laptop and my wife's laptop for less than I would have paid for a single license so I'm really pleased! Heat added :)
#29
don't forget the stonking 15% quidco!
Quidco will take you to the global site - just choose UK, then home products, then KIS 7.0 :thumbsup:
#30
If I go for the 3 user version do the 3 PCs have to be in the same house, or could I spit the cost with my mates and each of us just install it once ??
#31
nicknack
If I go for the 3 user version do the 3 PCs have to be in the same house, or could I spit the cost with my mates and each of us just install it once ??


Yes, just split it and install once each. You do not have to be in the same house. When you buy it, you will be given a code for activation. You are allowed to activate it 3 times. So once each for each of you.
#32
Slash
Does not have to be in the same house. You will be given a code to activate the product. And it allows 3 people to activate and use it after installation.


I got 3 codes in my box. I'm pretty sure that is how it works.
#33
harlzter
good deal for three pc's it works out at £15 inc vat! thats hot shame the next step is 5 pc's as we only need it for 4!

an alternative is the Mcafee one that is supposed to be more but you can actually get free for 12 months here http://uk.mcafee.com/root/landingpages/afflandpage.asp?affid=540&lpname=vsf this offer has been going ages (mcafee not kaspersky) I prefer kaspersky over mcafee as it tends to have a smaller footprint, although the version that camewith my laptop isnt as bad as previous versions, also kaspersky seems easier to navigate too!


This link doesnt work for me :(
banned#34
Good removal tool here for McAfee, always worth running this before installing new AV software.

Follow these directions to download the McAfee Removal Tool and run it to remove the above programs.

Click on the following link to download the MCPR removal tool

http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe

Click Save and save the file to your desktop
Close all McAfee Application windows you may have open, and double-click on MCPR.exe to start the removal tool. Windows Vista users will have to right-click on the file and select "Run as Administrator"
After the removal tool finishes, you should be prompted to restart your computer.
Once the computer restarts, your McAfee product should be uninstalled.
If for any reason there appears a red X during the uninstall, go to the following location for more advanced uninstall instructions involving the registry.


From http://www.pchell.com/virus/uninstallmcafee.shtml
#35
spraint
I got 3 codes in my box. I'm pretty sure that is how it works.


Oh right. I was thinking about buying it from Kaspersky directly. I previously bought a 5 user version and was only given 1 code. So each time I install it on each computer, I use the code once. If you bought a retail version and was given 3 codes, then obviously each computer can use 1 code.
#36
defard
ive used all the top AV packages and ive personally found kaspersky to be the best. In fact Kaspersky found viruses that NOD32 missed. It consistently wins top of its class awards in most reviews so its more than worth it for the money. IMHO free AV software is notorious in missing out on loads of viruses so pay a few quid and get proper peace of mind!

Gimme some rep if its been of help!



Are you having a laugh!!!!:whistling:
#38
Cheers OP, went for the 3 user AV with 2 year licence for £16!

Heat & Rep left. :)
#39
scuderia
I have ordered 3 more licenses for the computers of friends, great deal.
Incase anyone is wondering I have spent months looking for a good all in one suite and settled on
Kaspersky,

I have been using NOD32 for Av in the past and I was very happy with it but needed a combined av, antispyware, firewall and I think Kaspersky is the best package you can get (other than individual components which incur additional overheads).
ZoneAlarm uses the Kaspersky antivirus and spyware engine. This, coupled with their market-leading firewall, makes them the best choice.
#40
defard
IMHO free AV software is notorious in missing out on loads of viruses

Gimme some rep if its been of help!


Your opinion is rubbish and rep begging is not allowed.

K THX BYE.

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