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Kaspersky KL1131UBCFS Anti-Virus 2010 1 Year 3 User (Retail Boxed) £16.93 inc vat and p&p

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Very cheap 3 user license for latest virus software. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 1 Year 3 User (Retail Boxed) Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 combines delivers award winning anti-virus a technologies wi…
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Very cheap 3 user license for latest virus software.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 1 Year 3 User (Retail Boxed)

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 combines delivers award winning anti-virus a technologies with high detection rates and low response times using exclusive real-time update technology to keeps your photos, music, files and identity safe from cybercriminals and hackers. Packed with award winning technology Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 delivers essential software security protection. Technologies include Kasperskys Urgent Detection System for real-time malware updates, Kaspersky Security Network and Behavioural (Heuristic) pre-emptive control for early detection of new malware threats, Anti-Phishing and system recover tools. Award-winning technologies in Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 protect you from a wide range of IT threats: Viruses, Trojans, worms and other malware, spyware and adware, Rootkits, bootkits and other complex threats. Identity theft by keyloggers, screen capture malware, Botnets and various illegal methods of taking control of your PC Zero-day attacks and unknown threats. Drive-by download infections.
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#1
imho HOME PC users dont need to pay for AntiVirus software as there is ample good stuff available free.
#2
Hot price. Though it is worth bearing in mind that people can get this antivirus for free if they use online banking with Barclays.
1 Like #3
I'd rather get the Internet Suite, that includes the AV stuff, but has a lot more. It's only £24 at Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaspersky-Internet-Security-User-License/dp/B002BWPWQM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1249995855&sr=8-1), again for a 3 licence pack

Note, you don't have to use all 3 licence keys at once. I used 1 key in 2007, another in 2008 and my last one is just expiring now. So, 1 PC covered for 3 years. :thumbsup:
#4
davidg_croydon
I'd rather get the Internet Suite, that includes the AV stuff, but has a lot more. It's only £24 at Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaspersky-Internet-Security-User-License/dp/B002BWPWQM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1249995855&sr=8-1), again for a 3 licence pack

Note, you don't have to use all 3 licence keys at once. I used 1 key in 2007, another in 2008 and my last one is just expiring now. So, 1 PC covered for 3 years. :thumbsup:


I have an unused key from AV version 6.0. Can I use it now and be protected for 12 mths? Sorry for intruding into the thread :oops:
#5
davidg_croydon;5990055
I'd rather get the Internet Suite, that includes the AV stuff, but has a lot more. It's only £24 at Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaspersky-Internet-Security-User-License/dp/B002BWPWQM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1249995855&sr=8-1), again for a 3 licence pack

Note, you don't have to use all 3 licence keys at once. I used 1 key in 2007, another in 2008 and my last one is just expiring now. So, 1 PC covered for 3 years. :thumbsup:


I didn't realise that you could do that. I'll have a try when my current licence period runs out!
#6
I'd rather get the Internet Suite, that includes the AV stuff, but has a lot more. It's only £24 at Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaspersky-In...9995855&sr=8-1), again for a 3 licence pack
If you bank with Co-operative you can buy Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 for a slightly better price...

1 PC for 1 Year £14.99
3 PCs for 1 Year £18.99

1 PC for 2 Years £24.99
3 PCs for 2 Years £34.99
#7
Go Jets;5990005
imho HOME PC users dont need to pay for AntiVirus software as there is ample good stuff available free.


Depends how much risk you want to accept. Kaspersky always wipes the floor with other AV software in tests.
#8
Have always been an AVG free fan but recently the latest versions seem to have really slowed my computers down. Also have friends that commented on the same.
Switched to Kaperski to see if it was any better,and this seems much faster during start up and to do its tasks. Well satisfied for approx £15 for 3 computers.
Heat from me
#9
SUMMONER
If you bank with Co-operative you can buy it for a slightly better price...

1 PC for 1 Year £14.99
3 PCs for 1 Year £18.99

1 PC for 2 Years £24.99
3 PCs for 2 Years £34.99

How is that cheaper?
You stated the co-op banking price is: 3 PCs for 1 Year £18.99
Saverstore is: 3 PCs for 1 Year £16.93 all in (i.e. delivered to your home including vat)
#10
womft;5991142
How is that cheaper?
You stated the co-op banking price is: 3 PCs for 1 Year £18.99
Saverstore is: 3 PCs for 1 Year £16.93 all in (i.e. delivered to your home including vat)

Sorry, I should have quoted the post with the Amazon link.

Co-op are selling the full Internet Security package, not just Anti Virus.
#11
davidg_croydon;5990055
Note, you don't have to use all 3 licence keys at once. I used 1 key in 2007, another in 2008 and my last one is just expiring now. So, 1 PC covered for 3 years. :thumbsup:


These come with 1 key only, valid for 3 simultaneous installations. Once activated on the 1st computer you have 30days to install in on another 2 computers, before the subscription starts counting down automatically.
#12
OK just had a look at the co-op link you provided. Its for the 2009 version, not 2010 and therefore not a comparison to the Amazon offer which is pretty good if you need the extras the Suite provides.
#13
If you don't mind an older version The Works are selling the Kaspersky 2007 version with 3 user licence for
6.99 bought it on the weekend
regards
*sparkle*
#14
womft;5991348
OK just had a look at the co-op link you provided. Its for the 2009 version, not 2010 and therefore not a comparison to the Amazon offer which is pretty good if you need the extras the Suite provides.

The supplied key is valid for use with the 2010 version.

Simply download and install KIS 2010 Trial and then activate it with the Co-op key you received by email.
#15
SUMMONER
The supplied key is valid for use with the 2010 version.

Simply download and install KIS 2010 Trial and then activate it with the Co-op key you received by email.

Out of interest:

sparkleworld posted the Kaspersky 2007 version with 3 user licence for
6.99.

Would the key also work for 2010 ?
#16
womft;5991468
Out of interest:

sparkleworld posted the Kaspersky 2007 version with 3 user licence for
6.99.

Would the key also work for 2010 ?

Haven't tried that, might be worth a try. That would certainly be the bargain of the week. :p
#17
SUMMONER
Haven't tried that, might be worth a try. That would certainly be the bargain of the week. :p

Yes that is what I am thinking
I wonder if sparkleworld could give it a go and let us know.
I still think the deal is cracking through as it works out at £5.64 per computer for 1 year.
#18
sparkleworld
If you don't mind an older version The Works are selling the Kaspersky 2007 version with 3 user licence for
6.99 bought it on the weekend
regards
*sparkle*

Any chance you could check out if the 2007 can be upgraded to 2010 and let us know?!?
#19
Very good price for an astounding anti-virus program . I've been using Kaspersky now for 2 or 3 years and have never been hit by anything . It's very quick at letting you know if something is wrong with a file or website .I only use the anti-virus one , not internet security and together with comodo for a firewall the system is bulletproof .
#20
just ordered a copy thanks
#21
Those who bank with Barclays can get the complete Kaspersky Internet Security suite 2009 free
http://www.personal.barclays.co.uk/BRC1/jsp/brccontrol?site=pfs&task=homefreegroup&value=10662&target=_self&WT.ac=coukinfvirus
#22
Is it just me, or is it a very rare occurrence to get a virus without the PC user being partly at fault? I used to get the odd virus, but since I've learnt the kind of files and sources to be wary of, I haven't had the slightest problem for years.
#23
Kerch;5995135
Is it just me, or is it a very rare occurrence to get a virus without the PC user being partly at fault? I used to get the odd virus, but since I've learnt the kind of files and sources to be wary of, I haven't had the slightest problem for years.

With web browsers installing bug fixes automatically and most people hidden behind NAT routers, it does in deed tend to be the user him/herself that cause the infections. Email attachments are still the no 1 killer I believe.
#24
Great product - that is the Full Internet Suite. I would opt for the full package rather than just the AV.
#25
sparkleworld
If you don't mind an older version The Works are selling the Kaspersky 2007 version with 3 user licence for
6.99 bought it on the weekend
regards
*sparkle*


why would you want a antivirus software thats 2 years out of date, does it still do updates?
#26
Daniel_Saeed
Great product - that is the Full Internet Suite. I would opt for the full package rather than just the AV.


i used the full internet suite it slowed my laptop down to a crawl. uninstaled it changed to kaspersky antivirus ok.
#27
eslick
why would you want a antivirus software thats 2 years out of date, does it still do updates?


Yes - my 2006 still updates all the time. Kaspersky are very good with updates.
#28
eslick
why would you want a antivirus software thats 2 years out of date, does it still do updates?

all packages up date to latest version.
#29
Go Jets;5990005
imho HOME PC users dont need to pay for AntiVirus software as there is ample good stuff available free.


Sorry but you are dead wrong. Recently free soft like AVG or Avast is completely inadequate. I work in IT support and i had people walking out of the shop with freshly installed Avast, and coming back next day infected.
As for the topic, Kaspersky is my favourite, but I would higly recommend full Internet Security Suite, nowadays AV only in not enough.

Having said that, my work computer with Kaspersky IS 2010 is currently infected and Kaspersky cannot detect anything wrong, so nothing is 100% sure :)

BTW old keys work with newest versions, so if you buy Kaspersky 2009 it works just fine with 2010 version (you just download newest package from updates section of their website, install it, pop the key in and off you surf ;-) )

Piotr
#30
i had kaspersky for one day and uninstalled it immediatley, it slowed down the net with constant traffic scanning, hogged a lot of cpu power and is just an overall bad product.

if you are going to pay for av, i suggest norton. its improved a lot over the years, its much lighter on resources, easy to use clean interface and is the top av in my opinion.

but if you dont want to pay, then avg free is perfect
#31
SUMMONER
These come with 1 key only, valid for 3 simultaneous installations. Once activated on the 1st computer you have 30days to install in on another 2 computers, before the subscription starts counting down automatically.

Quite correct - the retail versions have 3 keys (i.e. CAN be used as 1 PC 3 years), but any oem version or probably some online versions are exactly as mentioned.
#32
jnm21;5995405
Quite correct - the retail versions have 3 keys (i.e. CAN be used as 1 PC 3 years), but any oem version or probably some online versions are exactly as mentioned.

/me scratches head...

Looks like I've been buying OEMs in that case. They had no cardboard boxes, just simple DVD cases with some paper inserts and the key printed directly onto the CD.
#33
eslick
why would you want a antivirus software thats 2 years out of date, does it still do updates?


I use Nod32 which is the main rival to kaspersky and my copy is a couple of years old and it updates the signatures everyday sometimes more than once and is brilliant ive also used kaspersky which is also very good. The reason i use Nod is that its in no way intrusive the only way you know its there is at boot when it loads and when the little balloon notifies me its been updated.

The invading is what really ****** me off the main culprits for that are Mcafee and Norton both programs constantly poke there noses into every move or decision you make and require constant input from the user where as kaspersky and Nod run behind the senses and the only time they intrude is if your attacked. (how weird as I'm writing its just updated my AV) As for free AVG that gives loads of false positives and stops legitimate stuff running.

Someone mentioned slow downs the reason for the slowdowns is your using the full suite which messes with everything which really isn't needed. Someone else mentioned that the main cause of viruses is the user and he is right as a Tech ive only ever had 1 virus and that was from a download from a reputable site and was an update to a program i already had installed and the only reason it infected my system was when asked was i sure i wanted to run the exe i answered yes which then flung the doors wide open.

Emails are still the main reason for viruses but anyone who opens an attachment from someone they don't know or haven't asked for without scanning it first has in my book asked for it and any AV that's any good would of scanned it without your say so and got rid if there was anything wrong long before i had chance to open it it should also scan out going mail so you are not infecting friends and family.

There is also no need for the full suite as a few people have said if you run this and have your windows firewall up there should be no easy way in and as well as that most of us have routers and they have a built in hardware firewall that should and will stop anyone getting to your LAN.
#34
The free Avira AV works well for me. Used to have AVG but it is a real resource hogger.
#35
cold, AVG is free
#36
pl.peter
Sorry but you are dead wrong. Recently free soft like AVG or Avast is completely inadequate. I work in IT support and i had people walking out of the shop with freshly installed Avast, and coming back next day infected.
As for the topic, Kaspersky is my favourite, but I would higly recommend full Internet Security Suite, nowadays AV only in not enough.

Having said that, my work computer with Kaspersky IS 2010 is currently infected and Kaspersky cannot detect anything wrong, so nothing is 100% sure :):whistling:

BTW old keys work with newest versions, so if you buy Kaspersky 2009 it works just fine with 2010 version (you just download newest package from updates section of their website, install it, pop the key in and off you surf ;-) )

Piotr


Had avast for years without a hitch (I'm a home user) so as far as Im concerned I speak as I find so I don't doubt your experience.


An ealier comment is so true too (Is it just me, or is it a very rare occurrence to get a virus without the PC user being partly at fault? I used to get the odd virus, but since I've learnt the kind of files and sources to be wary of, I haven't had the slightest problem for years.)
#37
womft
Yes that is what I am thinking
I wonder if sparkleworld could give it a go and let us know.
I still think the deal is cracking through as it works out at £5.64 per computer for 1 year.


Kaspersky has let you use older version keys for their latest products for years.

I have bought hundreds of Kaspersky licenses and always download latest install
file to use with the activation code purchased, Always is fine :thumbsup:
#38
ag55
i had kaspersky for one day and uninstalled it immediatley, it slowed down the net with constant traffic scanning, hogged a lot of cpu power and is just an overall bad product.

if you are going to pay for av, i suggest norton. its improved a lot over the years, its much lighter on resources, easy to use clean interface and is the top av in my opinion.

but if you dont want to pay, then avg free is perfect


Thanks for that mate, I was having a bad morning till I read your post :-D Norton :-D

Possibly the worst av suite known to man, mate you'd be better buying a BBC Micro and sitting in the basement than installing this bloat ware on your PC with pop ups every 5 seconds, update, update, scan, update, scan, scan, new scan started, new updates, you scan is now scanning, your scan has scanned the scanner.... tosh :whistling: :p
#39
R1cbm
cold, AVG is free


AVG = RUBBISH
#40
WATCH OUT!

There is going to be a glut of offers for all antivirus software over the next few weeks/months.

Not only are free software like AVG FREE(agreed, can be a resource hog, some computers seem happy with it tho), AVIRA, and AVAST FREE (my current favourite), competing very closely with the commercial software. But Microsoft is going to release a new free, integrated, antivirus program "Microsoft Security Essentials" in the coming months, for all recent versions of windows.

It has already been released in US and some other countries (in beta form), and is likely to outperform the competition and have a huge user base to help evolution. It will also be Free, and early reports show cpu resource etc to be very low compared to other antivirus, and highly effective, as well as working much more in the background (so far less annoying pop ups and info and user intervention needed). Its pretty much going to be game over for free/home antivirus companies.

was included in this test below, which also shows comparisons of many antivirus products (from May 2009)

http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/ondret/avc_report22.pdf

more source of info and discussion here:

http://it.slashdot.org/story/09/06/24/216231/AV-Test-Deems-Windows-Security-Essentials-Very-Good?art_pos=2


Maybe wise to save your pennies till this is released in th uk later this year.

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