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McAfee Total Protection £29.34 (£9.67 after 50% Quidco and £10 Bonus via Quidco)

£29.34 @ McAfee
If you want to pay for AV, Malware, Firewall protection etc.. then I notice that via quidco you can get 50% cashback plus a bonus £10 back on McAfee products. At the moment thier Total Protection … Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
If you want to pay for AV, Malware, Firewall protection etc.. then I notice that via quidco you can get 50% cashback plus a bonus £10 back on McAfee products.

At the moment thier Total Protection package is at half price, so by my reckoning it's now very cheap at £9.67 downloaded.

Not a bad price.

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#1
I think admin should have a 'cut and paste' ready to input for AV / Internet security deals including a few why would you pay for them comments and a few reccomendations for Kaspersky or Nod and people sayinganything but McAfee or Norton.

Oh yeah, nearly forgot about getting x free from y bank.

Cold from me I'm afraid as you can get a three licence KIS for about this price.
#2
Would not use it if it was FREE.

A updated windows and avg free is enough to protect your system..
#3
Chiptivo
Would not use it if it was FREE.

A updated windows and avg free is enough to protect your system..


Unfortunately it wasn't for me and which is now why I use Kaspersky :thumbsup:

Not voted either way on this BTW.
#4
The fact is there is no 100% protection from malware and viruses but McAffee is definately not on my favourite list.
#5
pet2000
The fact is there is no 100% protection from malware and viruses but McAffee is definately not on my favourite list.


True. (Although Linux is nearly there :whistling:)

My personal approach is a combination of AVG/Zone Alarm/SuperAntiSpyware, along with regular updates as mentioned.

You'll always get the odd one through though (which, inevitably, will be the one that spiders its way so deeply into the OS that it's best to just rebuild). Probably worth ghosting your system once a month although I will admit that I can't be bothered most of the time.

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