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Includes:
Operating System Firewall, Anti-Spyware, Two-Way Firewall , Anti-Spam, Identity Theft Protection, Parental Controls, Anti-Virus

****Pay in $USD to get this price (i.e. do not change the price to £GBP)****

Remember to remove the 'ZoneAlarm Extended Download Service' AND 'ZoneAlarm Backup CD' from your shopping cart.

Current customers of ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite are not eligible.

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#1
The link shows:-

ZoneAlarm Security Suite 1 PC - 1 Year @$9.95 if you change the currency to sterling then the price is £11.50 and euro's works out at 5.24 ????
#2
Comodo is good , and it's free.
Comodo Internet Security offers total, 360° protection against internal and external threats by combining 3 critical desktop security products in one application:
*Antivirus - powerful protection against infection
*Firewall – enterprise class protection against internet attacks
*Defense + Host Intrusion Prevention System


http://personalfirewall.comodo.com/download_firewall.html
#3
It's actually $19.95 (£13.14) for the 3 PC 1 Year version.

http://www.zonealarm.com/security/en-us/zonealarm-computer-security-suite-b.htm#
#4
Zaxxan
The link shows:-

ZoneAlarm Security Suite 1 PC - 1 Year @$9.95 if you change the currency to sterling then the price is £11.50 and euro's works out at 5.24 ????


Best to pay the $ price then rather than paying in GBP.
#5
There are so many free security programs available these days, there is no need to buy. Avast, Antivir, Zonealarm firewall free, Commodo, Ad-Aware anti malware, CCleaner. Spybot, just name a few.

I use Avast anti virus (free), Lavasoft Ad-Aware (free), CCleaner (free), Spybot (free). I do pay for a firewall but this is purely because I find Look'n'Stop most convenient for my needs. There are plenty of good free firewalls around.

And remember: No matter how good your security softwareis, you still need to apply caution when you do Online Banking and shopping, or whenever you use personal details online. No security software can protect you from fishing (bogus emails or web sites, which try to syphon off your personal details as you type them in on your keyboard).
#6
pav
Best to pay the $ price then rather than paying in GBP.

Thanks. Post updated.
#7
pet2000
And remember: No matter how good your security softwareis, you still need to apply caution when you do Online Banking and shopping, or whenever you use personal details online. No security software can protect you from FISHING (bogus emails or web sites, which try to syphon off your personal details as you type them in on your keyboard).


It is phishing not fishing.
#8
I decided to buy this a few weeks ago, having read lots of positive reviews about the Kaspersky anti-virus engine (which this software uses) and being an enthusiastic ZA firewall for many years.

Hving used this software on XP, Vista 32 & 64 bit systems, I strongly recommend you avoid it.

With XP, your system will slow down dramatically, bootup and slowdown takes around 5 times longer. Something ZA posted on their forums as they have been 'working on' for the past few months. Their recommendation is that you downgrade to the previous version until a fix is found! Unacceptable when you just bought this.

With Vista 32 bit I experienced the same problems, to the extend I rebuilt my system as I thought I either had a virus or corrupt O/S. As soon as I reinstalled ZA Security suite performance degraded exponentially.

Finally, blaming my old PC for lack of power, I installed this on my new Core i7 with 12GB RAM running Vista 64, not only did my system slow down again it frequently started blue screening (often in cycles - bootup, blue screen, restart, bluescreen, restart, bluescreen). Several Core i7 users are complaining of the same issue on the ZA forums but as yet ZA haven't acknowledged it is a fault, let alone started work on a fix.

In the end I uninstalled ZA Security Suite and installed Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS). Although KIS itself is not perfect, at least my system no longer crashes and my system is stable.

Paradoxically, this program is designed to protect your system but may do more harm than the viruses/malware it was designed to protect you from. There seems to be an ever growing list of problems wiithout solution.

In summary, avoid, avoid, avoid.

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