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Kaspersky Total Security 2017 10 devices, £14.99 Amazon Lightning

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Top rated protection at a good price. Kaspersky Total Security leaves nothing to chance with additional protection for your kids, identity and digital assets. The Internet has the same dangers whethe… Read More
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Top rated protection at a good price. Kaspersky Total Security leaves nothing to chance with additional protection for your kids, identity and digital assets. The Internet has the same dangers whether you're using a computer or a mobile device. Kaspersky Total Security, our best protection for your family and their devices - PC, Mac, Android, iPhone & iPad.
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#1
Free for Barclays Bank customers http://www.barclays.co.uk/security/free-kaspersky-internet-security/ or up to 5 devices for £6.99

https://activation.kaspersky.com/en/barclays_protection/

Non-Barclays customers can just type in any account number and will work.

Edited By: sinxa on Apr 09, 2017 16:31: Added info
#2
Great deal, thanks op
1 Like #3
sinxa
Free for Barclays Bank customers http://www.barclays.co.uk/security/free-kaspersky-internet-security/ or up to 5 devices for £6.99

https://activation.kaspersky.com/en/barclays_protection/

Non-Barclays customers can just type in any account number and will work.


I tried :) they blacklisted 2 keys in one month..
2 Likes #4
Cheers op.
Not everybody has a Barclays account or indeed wants anything to do with the company.
#5
Mogolent
sinxa
Free for Barclays Bank customers http://www.barclays.co.uk/security/free-kaspersky-internet-security/ or up to 5 devices for £6.99

https://activation.kaspersky.com/en/barclays_protection/

Non-Barclays customers can just type in any account number and will work.


I tried :) they blacklisted 2 keys in one month..


Fair play. Luck of the draw I guess.
#6
I've got a few phones but will be upgrading to a single phone hopefully soon. If I apply it to 3 phones for the short term will I be able to uninstall KTS and still be able to use it on different 10 devices in the future?

Good price though, I've been watching on Ebay but would rather buy from Amazon.
1 Like #7
if you already have a license - you can always pre buy for next year
#8
Is it for 10 individual keys?
1 Like #9
stec77
I've got a few phones but will be upgrading to a single phone hopefully soon. If I apply it to 3 phones for the short term will I be able to uninstall KTS and still be able to use it on different 10 devices in the future?
Good price though, I've been watching on Ebay but would rather buy from Amazon.

In my experience (used Kaspersky for about 10 yrs) it is usually pretty easy to move licences between devices. i.e. Take off a retiring PC/phone and transfer to another device.
But...Remember that the licence period starts when you first use a licence from a ten licence pack.
1 Like #10
millward84
Is it for 10 individual keys?

No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android
#11
very good AV. get mine free with Barclays.
#12
So I have an unactivated licence for the 2016 version, but activating that later this week. Can I buy this and add it to my portfolio and then launch after the first expires ?
#13
I'm still getting through mine when they were sold for £3.50!
#14
see this myself because of the activity on this thread im with the heat :p
#15
anthony69
I'm still getting through mine when they were sold for £3.50!
Me too :D
I'm on my second year of four.
I wish I'd have bought more now.
#16
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this
#17
Shatwell
anthony69
I'm still getting through mine when they were sold for £3.50!
Me too :D
I'm on my second year of four.
I wish I'd have bought more now.

You too? Lol
I bought about 5 years worth.
#18
taras
[quote=millward84]No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android

So in that case the 1 year clock starts ticking for all 10 installs as soon as you activate the 1st device?

luvsadealdealdeal
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this

Which free alternatives are better than Kaspersky Total Protection???
#19
The best anti virus there is and blinking cheap at this price, heat added.
#20
I would prefer Windows own Defender/AV........it's free!
I would rather spend my money on Malwarebytes than any other AV product for my home computers
#21
roycom
taras
[quote=millward84]No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android
So in that case the 1 year clock starts ticking for all 10 installs as soon as you activate the 1st device?
luvsadealdealdeal
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this
Which free alternatives are better than Kaspersky Total Protection???

Kaspersky no better than Lavasoft Adaware, AVG, Malwarebytes, Windows Defender used in combination
#22
luvsadealdealdeal
roycom
taras
[quote=millward84]No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android
So in that case the 1 year clock starts ticking for all 10 installs as soon as you activate the 1st device?
luvsadealdealdeal
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this
Which free alternatives are better than Kaspersky Total Protection???
Kaspersky no better than Lavasoft Adaware, AVG, Malwarebytes, Windows Defender used in combination

Kaspersky beats all of those in terms of detection, features and it certainly will in terms of performance, and why would you want to use 3 antivirus at once? That's a disaster waiting to happen.
#23
roycom
luvsadealdealdeal
roycom
taras
[quote=millward84]No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android
So in that case the 1 year clock starts ticking for all 10 installs as soon as you activate the 1st device?
luvsadealdealdeal
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this
Which free alternatives are better than Kaspersky Total Protection???
Kaspersky no better than Lavasoft Adaware, AVG, Malwarebytes, Windows Defender used in combination
Kaspersky beats all of those in terms of detection, features and it certainly will in terms of performance, and why would you want to use 3 antivirus at once? That's a disaster waiting to happen.

can you point to any real evidence to substantiate either of those 2 statements?
#24
luvsadealdealdeal
roycom
luvsadealdealdeal
roycom
taras
[quote=millward84]No one key that can be used 10 times on pc/mac/android
So in that case the 1 year clock starts ticking for all 10 installs as soon as you activate the 1st device?
luvsadealdealdeal
no point paying for this - all your money is wasted - free alternatives, better than this
Which free alternatives are better than Kaspersky Total Protection???
Kaspersky no better than Lavasoft Adaware, AVG, Malwarebytes, Windows Defender used in combination
Kaspersky beats all of those in terms of detection, features and it certainly will in terms of performance, and why would you want to use 3 antivirus at once? That's a disaster waiting to happen.
can you point to any real evidence to substantiate either of those 2 statements?

Go and look at places like AV-Test or AV Comparatives for detections and performance. It's been well known for decades that running two antivirus alongside each other increases the potential for conflicts and performance issues, and they don't always increase protection levels like you think they will. Using three increases the risk even further.

https://blogs.microsoft.com/microsoftsecure/2014/08/05/can-i-run-more-than-one-antivirus-program/
https://blog.kaspersky.com/multiple-antivirus-programs-bad-idea/2670/
https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH104806.html
https://www.bitdefender.com/security/don-t-use-two-antivirus-programs-at-once.html

Without even taking into account features like banking protection, parental control, password storage or file encryption/back, do the free AVs you mention have things like HIPS and decent firewall protection?

I suppose I could also ask you if you have any evidence to substantiate your claims that Lavasoft Adaware, AVG, Malwarebytes and Windows Defender used in combination are better than Kaspersky...



Edited By: roycom on Apr 10, 2017 08:54: -
#25
Northerndave
So I have an unactivated licence for the 2016 version, but activating that later this week. Can I buy this and add it to my portfolio and then launch after the first expires ?

You can license stack inside the license area of kasperksy products.

For those who brought 200 licenses at the cheap price they do expire now (i think after 3 or 4 years) ..

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