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Hey guys,

NOTE: Firstly before anyone complains about this being a re-post, this post is to inform people that they can use their barclays keys on Kaspersky 2010. Barclays DO NOT state that the serial key they provide for online account holders is limited to any speicifc version of Kaspersky however they do show a picture of Kaspersky 2009 and the procedure of aquiring a key takes the user to a link where they can download the 2009 version. This is a good trick as people won't relaise that the license they are entitled to can be used on the latest version of Kaspersky. Please read on for more details:

Also note: This deal is for Barclays Online account holders only.

I recently installed Windows 7 and found that my Kaspersky 2009 internet security stopped working due to compatability problems with the new OS. So I downloaded a trial version of the 2010 edition and entered my Barclays online key and it worked!

Click on the link to login and get your free license key which can be used on upto 3 pcs!

Once you have the license key, download the Kaspersky 2010 trial instead of the 2009 one that is on the Barclays Site. (Direct link to 2010 below):

http://downloads.kaspersky-labs.com/trial/registered/3NKDGRXIM7FJ5ZTSIAFW/kis9.0.0.736en.exe

Enter the key after installing and you will have a years FREE internet security!
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#1
Yes most people can get cheap or free AV software it's not hard. Llloyds are doing something similar and you get McAfee (not advertised so easily). Or you can just get an OEM disc for £3.

I hate Kasperksky it's far too intrusive, gone back to Bulldog for this year.
#2
i got my dell vostro tower with windows 7 installed ,delivered this week ( another hot uk deal ) it comes with nortons but im not familiar with that software. i had a copy of this kaspersky and was going to install it but from what you say its not going to work !. is this correct
#3
cadmus
i got my dell vostro tower with windows 7 installed ,delivered this week ( another hot uk deal ) it comes with nortons but im not familiar with that software. i had a copy of this kaspersky and was going to install it but from what you say its not going to work !. is this correct


That is correct. Kaskpersky 2009 is NOT compatible with Windows 7. Check link below:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/Search.aspx?type=Software&s=kaspersky

Everytime I tried to update the 'obsolete database' in Kaspersky 2009 I got message telling me to reboot. Once I had rebooted it gave me the same error. All the time saying that protection is 'disabled' and I got numerous compatibility errors from the windows 7 adviser tool.
#4
Kaspersky is by far the best internet security, doesn't slow down Pc and user friendly, been using it for years.
A friend of mine opened up a savings account with Barclays online and has registered for online Banking and he is able to get this free offer and he hasn't even put a penny in yet!:thumbsup:
#5
haggisheid
Kaspersky is by far the best internet security, doesn't slow down Pc and user friendly, been using it for years.
A friend of mine opened up a savings account with Barclays online and has registered for online Banking and he is able to get this free offer and he hasn't even put a penny in yet!:thumbsup:


Yes, Kaspersky is good if it works and you have no other security software installed on your computer. There are compatibility problems though, not only with Windows 7. Try it free for 30 days (directly from Kaspersky) and see if it works for you, it doesn't work for me.
#6
pet2000
Yes, Kaspersky is good if it works and you have no other security software installed on your computer. There are compatibility problems though, not only with Windows 7. Try it free for 30 days (directly from Kaspersky) and see if it works for you, it doesn't work for me.


Why would you be using other security software when Kapersky Internet Security does it all. Never double up on AV/Firewall etc. even if you don't get erorrs they will get in each others way and lower your overall security and system stability.
#7
This is true, it won't allow another anti virus software, but, why have two systems loading your system down, taking up your resources when one such as Kaspersky will take of all your security issues.
1 Like #8
I haven't had any security software installed for years, every now and then I do a scan with malwarebytes and guess what? Nothing, no viruses, not ever. Viruses are for stupid people who surf sites they shouldn't and open files they shouldn't. Anti-virus software is for the paranoid and naive.

Cold for being a waste of cpu cycles.
#9
megalomaniac
Why would you be using other security software when Kapersky Internet Security does it all. Never double up on AV/Firewall etc. even if you don't get erorrs they will get in each others way and lower your overall security and system stability.


haggisheid
This is true, it won't allow another anti virus software, but, why have two systems loading your system down, taking up your resources when one such as Kaspersky will take of all your security issues.


I use other security software because NO security suite covers all my needs. This is not the same as doubling up (I am quite aware of what I need and what is missing from Kaspersky). One security suite can never cover all your security, no matter what they say in their marketing. This is why you need to try software before you buy, that's all I said.
banned#10
Go to any tech forum and you will learn that you don't need to pay for security if you use the right combination of free stuff and it will work better than this all in one as no one package can do it all.
#11
slamdunkin
Go to any tech forum and you will learn that you don't need to pay for security if you use the right combination of free stuff and it will work better than this all in one as no one package can do it all.


I agree with this statement, however most people find it too difficult to set up individual security and hence the popularity of suites. However, additional software is needed for most suites, such as Ad-aware and Spybot. As long as everything is compatible, they will work well together.
banned#12
I also recomend spyware blaster as it puts a huge list of dodgy site in the restricted zone on your browser settings and locks your homepage and protects you from BHO's

superantispyware is also very good.

Both FREE
#13
Currently using Windows7 with Kaspersky 2010 - my code form Barclays works fine with this. Just download the 2010 versdion and input your code.:)
#14
really cant argue if its free :)
#15
If you have a valid license key and go to Kaspersky's site it will allow you to download version 10 for free anyway...this is what i did recently when i got the lovely Windows 7 :)
#16
getting conflicting statements here.... some say kaspersky is not compatable with windows 7 and others say its fine !
#17
cadmus
getting conflicting statements here.... some say kaspersky is not compatable with windows 7 and others say its fine !


2009 isn't 2010 is, simples. :thumbsup:
#18
megalomaniac
2009 isn't 2010 is, simples. :thumbsup:


so if i go to kaspersky site pop in my key code , i should be able to download 10 and so not have any compatability probs. yes !
#19
Barclays says it is free for one year!

Can anyone please tell what are we supposed to do to keep it running free after one year?

Thanks
#20
Pay for it or stay with them and u may get another 12mths
I have the vostro tower and win7 works with KIS 2010
#21
adam1
Pay for it or stay with them and u may get another 12mths
I have the vostro tower and win7 works with KIS 2010


cheers adam1:thumbsup:
#22
When I log into my Barclays online banking, I don't have an "At a glance" section, anybody forward me to the right direct link?
#23
arb007
Barclays says it is free for one year!

Can anyone please tell what are we supposed to do to keep it running free after one year?

Thanks


Barclays allows you to renew your license for for free. Use the same link, login and go through the procedure and it will then ask you to get a new key or renew an existing license FREE :w00t:
#24
goodgrr
When I log into my Barclays online banking, I don't have an "At a glance" section, anybody forward me to the right direct link?


Check the following screenshot:

http://i37.tinypic.com/35a2555.png
#25
cadmus
so if i go to kaspersky site pop in my key code , i should be able to download 10 and so not have any compatability probs. yes !


no need to put in your key code, just download the 2010 version, uninstall 2009 from your pc (save your current settings/licence code during uninstall), then install 2010 and it should work.
#26
I am running Win 7 (Evaluation Copy Build 7100) with Kapersky 2009. So not sure what Microsoft have done with release version to stop it working :?. In fact i went onto Kapersky 2009 when Win 7 came out because my horrible Mcafee wouldnt run on it.
Still thanks for the warning, was getting around to upgrading to bought copy i have.
#27
THANKS for the tips!
#28
athunder
no need to put in your key code, just download the 2010 version, uninstall 2009 from your pc (save your current settings/licence code during uninstall), then install 2010 and it should work.


thanks"athunder":thumbsup:
#29
spionkop
I haven't had any security software installed for years, every now and then I do a scan with malwarebytes and guess what? Nothing, no viruses, not ever. Viruses are for stupid people who surf sites they shouldn't and open files they shouldn't. Anti-virus software is for the paranoid and naive.

Cold for being a waste of cpu cycles.


I have to agree with you somewhat. The system I'm using is fairly old, and as such drags a bit when I have intensive software running. I couldn't play a game online because either Kaspersky AV or Comodo were using too much of my CPU, so I ended up disabling them when I wanted to play. This then led to me, not having them turned on at all, and eventually uninstalled - despite having a free code from Barclays the year before.

The above ^^ poster does have a valid point though. If you start clicking on sites you shouldn't be clicking on, or opening attachments you have no idea what they are, or clicking on any old link in an email - then you deserve to get what's coming to you.

Hot Deal. Although it has been advertised on Barlcays for the last 3 months that I know of - why no one else posted it until now is a mystery.
#30
SamuraiHQ

Hot Deal. Although it has been advertised on Barlcays for the last 3 months that I know of - why no one else posted it until now is a mystery.


Free Kaspersky from Barclays has been posted many times before, this thread is just telling people that 2009 keys work on the newer 2010 version :thumbsup:
#31
stezo2k;6788747
really cant argue if its free :)

unless its mcafee
#32
Yawn....how many times has this deal been posted????
#33
...and a quick search for those that are not lazy posters reveals.....


http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/all/hot?merchant_search=barclays&mf=11933
#34
Its working... Thanks... Just Installed 2010 version using 2009 key.
#35
waxsta
Barclays allows you to renew your license for for free. Use the same link, login and go through the procedure and it will then ask you to get a new key or renew an existing license FREE :w00t:


Thanks a lot
#36
Anyone know of any benefit in running 2010 over 2009 if you have Vista?
#37
spionkop
I haven't had any security software installed for years, every now and then I do a scan with malwarebytes and guess what? Nothing, no viruses, not ever. Viruses are for stupid people who surf sites they shouldn't and open files they shouldn't. Anti-virus software is for the paranoid and naive.

Cold for being a waste of cpu cycles.


I can see you have a much better usage for your cpu cycles :roll:
#38
Yeah this works a charm. I couldn't get 2009 to work with windows 7. It's annoying that Barclays only had the link to the 2009 version.

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