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Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 5 Users Multi device 1 Year Sealed DVD Case ( £3 a device ) £15.48 7dayshop

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Looks a good price for a physical copy of the product - Yes barclay customers get is free ( but most of us are not barclay customers ) - and Yes the geeks may argue which anti virus is better et…
usetheforceluke Avatar5d, 1m agoFound 5 days, 1 minute ago11 Comments
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skykid3
spannerzone
skykid3
who pays for stuff like this these days?
​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring to mind

common sense with a free antivirus + free firewall are perfectly adequate

If you're an idiot (I mean dont use common sense online) and pay for a security suite you can still get infected

But anyway if you're running a business I would pay


​i don't disagree and I do exactly that but common sense is not nearly as common as the name suggests!
Spod
The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied for internet banking, then withdrew £10, couldn't you just leave £1 in the bank and get the same thing for no extra cost each year?


​Thats the hukd spirit ;)

Edited By: tan159 on Sep 22, 2016 09:24: Reduce quote
spannerzone
skykid3
who pays for stuff like this these days?
​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring to mind

common sense with a free antivirus + free firewall are perfectly adequate

If you're an idiot (I mean dont use common sense online) and pay for a security suite you can still get infected

But anyway if you're running a business I would pay
skykid3
who pays for stuff like this these days?


​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring to mind
nope definitely 5. be quick as i think its a flash sale
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McAfee Internet Security 2015 3PC £2.99 @ Argos

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I know many hate McAfee etc and its last years but the codes will be valid and you can upgrade it. Gift it to people you don't like if you hate it that much :P I expect this to go cold as all mcafee
billysablo Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago14 Comments
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spannerzone
Hot from me.

Just like your computer runs with this installed. ;)
Your better off using Avast free than this crap.
I take it this slows ur machine right down
It's a great bit of software if you want to make your shiny i7 PC run like a Pentium 60 with 8mb of ram. Hot from me.
You can simulate this package being installed by simply removing half the RAM for your PC and running a bitcoin miner on it at startup. Job done.
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Free 1yr premium Zemana mobile antivirus for android

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Free 1yr license,download it from play store and open it,click the settings option,go to license and enter the key on the page which is ZMA-GIVEAWAYOFTHEDAY Features it say…
WIZARDZSYS Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago3 Comments
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posted a couple of days ago
Don't follow? The giveaway on hotukdeals,or the site it's available from?If it is on here it would flag the link surely yet hasn't?


Edited By: WIZARDZSYS on Sep 07, 2016 06:59
posted a couple of days ago
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Zemana Mobile Antivirus - 1 year free premium @ Google Play Store

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To unlock the premium features enter the code: ZMA-GIVEAWAYOFTHEDAY Click on Settings tab in the Sliding menu => Click on License tab => Enter the giveaway code => Click on "Activate Now" butto…
alencucek Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago10 Comments
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didn't work
thank you. installed it.
never heard of them
Thank you, code worked for me. Heat added. :)
Works now thanks, did same thing yesterday and it wouldn't!
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Free Panda Global Protection 2016 [for PC]

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Panda Global Protection Protect your privacy and keep your devices under control with Panda Global Protection, the best antivirus software. Main Features Antivirus for Windows Wi-Fi Protec…
54KUR413 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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I'd prefer Harambe Global Protection, if available.
only 6 month licence thanks but I will pass.
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MS Surface Pro 4 i7, 16GB, 256GB SSD 3 Year Gurantee, Keyboard, Mouse, Antivirus, Skin £1,299.00 johnlewis

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John Lewis currently have the i7 16GB 256GB for the same price as the 8GB version. Great extras as well as the Gurantee. A quality product and best UK price I can find.
Plugman17 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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Interesting that the Currys deal went mad when the i5 was £699 but In real terms that tablet with the mouse, keyboard, antivirus and case and the warranty was costing £1044 after cash back.
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I know I am fighting a loosing battle on here though.

You're fighting a losing battle because you're wrong.

While this is a great price for this model (£1449 for the tablet alone on MS's site), not everyone needs this spec. I certainly don't - which is why I bought the £699 i5 version. It's a world of difference between the price points for these.

The type cover is only £89 on Amazon right now and has been for weeks. Nobody needs Norton Antivirus when Windows Defender does the job just fine for free and is baked into the OS. The Acme Skinny Sleeve can be had on eBay or Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00TKDCIIA) for under £10 and that MS mouse is no better than any cheap, generic £10 mouse.

So let's assume you bought the £699 model like I did:

Surface - £699
Type Cover - £89
Sleeve - £10
Mouse - £10
= £808
- 10% cash back of £70
= £738

That's a whopping £561 difference between the i5 and this model and nowhere near the £1044 you quoted. Even the extended warranty was only £169 if you wanted it. Whether a £561 gap is worth the spec (which is still a mobile processor, don't forget), longer John Lewis warranty and service is up to individuals to decide. But please don't make out these two deals were priced similarly - they're not even close.

Don't forget there are also cheaper alternatives to the Type Cover for under £25 (http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B019TNVVMY) for the truly budget-conscious.
Interesting that the Currys deal went mad when the i5 was £699 but In real terms that tablet with the mouse, keyboard, antivirus and case and the warranty was costing £1044 after cash back. True you get accidental damage cover (JL costs extra £110) but this tablet comes with superior i7 processor,much more ram, and larger hard drive. You also get much better customer service.

I know I am fighting a loosing battle on here though.
clarkeyi
how much???
£1,299
how much???
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Free Bitdefender Internet Security

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Main Benefits Superior security for all your data Extremely fast. Non-intrusive. With Bitdefender Photon™ Guards your online transactions. Protects your digital identity. Reveals your kids’ onli…
54KUR413 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago10 Comments
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Sale has ended :(
Not as good as they were caused slow down on my pc with streaming not as fast as it should have been. Google and you will see the problems with Bitfender .
Official BitDefender site has finished the offer, so this seems the only option now folks.
Spasho
Already have KIS and free yearly as a Barclays member. :)
That's nice for you! :)
Already have KIS and free yearly as a Barclays member. :)
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AntiVirus PRO Android Security £3.99 @ Google Play

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This is one of the lowest prices you will get this app for also it is made by AVG. This is usually i think £5.99 or more!
Deluxe_Batman Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago11 Comments
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MrBeatnik
Of course, Google Play could never be compromised or your OS can't have a bug...https://www.grahamcluley.com/2016/04/advertising-trojan-100-android-apps-google-play-store/http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/08/08/bug-leaves-900-million-android-devices-vulnerable-to-attack/
Complacency is the one of the biggest factors in your device getting attacked.
https://www.infopackets.com/news/9910/google-says-android-bug-overblown
I also note this app doesn't claim to stop the bug anyway.

Oh, I wasn't championing this app at all X)

Edited By: MrBeatnik on Aug 23, 2016 12:10: typo
MrBeatnik
Of course, Google Play could never be compromised or your OS can't have a bug...https://www.grahamcluley.com/2016/04/advertising-trojan-100-android-apps-google-play-store/http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/08/08/bug-leaves-900-million-android-devices-vulnerable-to-attack/
Complacency is the one of the biggest factors in your device getting attacked.

https://www.infopackets.com/news/9910/google-says-android-bug-overblown

I also note this app doesn't claim to stop the bug anyway.

Edited By: Pondlife on Aug 23, 2016 01:34
MrBeatnik
Of course, Google Play could never be compromised or your OS can't have a bug...
https://www.grahamcluley.com/2016/04/advertising-trojan-100-android-apps-google-play-store/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/08/08/bug-leaves-900-million-android-devices-vulnerable-to-attack/

Complacency is the one of the biggest factors in your device getting attacked.



​if I felt I had to worry enough to install some bloated, intrusive antivirus on my phone then I'd switch platforms. You're right about complacency: be complacent about the apps you install and you're at risk; look whose apps you're downloading and sense if they might be a bit iffy and you'll be fine.
Of course, Google Play could never be compromised or your OS can't have a bug...
https://www.grahamcluley.com/2016/04/advertising-trojan-100-android-apps-google-play-store/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/08/08/bug-leaves-900-million-android-devices-vulnerable-to-attack/

Complacency is the one of the biggest factors in your device getting attacked.
AVG AntiVirus PRO is free on amazon underground

Edited By: questiontime102 on Aug 23, 2016 01:20: correction
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ESET Internet Security Beta 2017 - Free for 2 months

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Internet Security (formerly Smart Security) is ESET's all-in-one internet security program which is a step up from NOD32, its antivirus component. ESET have released a beta of Internet Security 10
rjcuk Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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mtor609
2 months free subscription?
Thanks op, but no thanks.
If it was for longer than maybe it might be better.

It was actually free since April, so that would have been 6 months free, but only found it the other day! There is always next year's beta.
It's a chance to try ESET. I like their stuff. Over the past couple of years I've been using it have found it pretty good.
2 months free subscription?
Thanks op, but no thanks.
If it was for longer than maybe it might be better.
Screenshot:
http://i.imgur.com/lf1cjFf.png
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Norton Internet Security £9.99

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Norton Security Deluxe £9.99 using code NSUK20OFF plus a extra 30% cashback through Quidco. Other Norton Products availble
skippy1974 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago44 Comments
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spud2014
The code works, but when come to paypal to pay, it turned back to £29.99.
Dose anyone know why?

I randomly found the deal and the code still worked indeed. I also saw the same 29.99 at checkout but I ended up paying 9.99 as checkout said, the 29.99 is basically auto-renewal price after the first year. I cancelled just to make sure I won't forget and it's working fine.

Voted hot. Tried the new Norton from a trial with my mobo and after using it years ago and hating it, I really got to enjoy it now. I hope it performs well and I might even renew again. Thanks for the coupon!
The code works, but when come to paypal to pay, it turned back to £29.99.
Dose anyone know why?
many thanks op :)
Fab deal
Used, thanks
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Avira Antivirus 3 computers for 1 year - £29.99

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Avira Olympics Promotion - 3 Computers for 1 Year for £29.99, over 50% off
dwhampshire Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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Read some anti-malware boffins at bleeping computer advising against avira.
not worth paying when their free version is so good
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McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2016 Unlimited Devices £11.99 free Click & Collect @ Very

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Ensure all your devices† are protected from online threats with award-winning security from McAfee AntiVirus Plus. Shop, bank, and socialize safely from every device you own. Back up and locate your s…
peter1969uk Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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duncan5112
steer clear of McAfee I bought for £11 same product on Amazon prime the download would not work on 2 new PC the tech support said full if viruses and many £ to fix. I hung up immediately ordered Kapersky and if course all fine.Mcafee subcon tech support and they are crooks sure McAfee in this by putting code in not to load very sharp practice. Got money back from Amazon though so I'm in end


​Erm, what?
steer clear of McAfee I bought for £11 same product on Amazon prime the download would not work on 2 new PC the tech support said full if viruses and many £ to fix. I hung up immediately ordered Kapersky and if course all fine.Mcafee subcon tech support and they are crooks sure McAfee in this by putting code in not to load very sharp practice. Got money back from Amazon though so I'm in end
peter1969uk
badboyofrock
brendanhickey
muhi1
Why is this being voted cold?


​you get it free with online banking and most Internet provider allow you to download an anti virus. with windows 10 you don't even need one.


​Of course you need antivirus with windows 10. The in-built one is a last resort in case you're daft enough to think you don't need one.


Can anyone tell which bank gives this version away free?

Also which account do you have to pay for, to get it free?


​You can get this free if you bank with HSBC and you can get kaspersky internet security free if you bank with Barclay's. Also, several broadband providers will give you a paid copy of something similar for free.
badboyofrock
brendanhickey
muhi1
Why is this being voted cold?


​you get it free with online banking and most Internet provider allow you to download an anti virus. with windows 10 you don't even need one.


​Of course you need antivirus with windows 10. The in-built one is a last resort in case you're daft enough to think you don't need one.


Can anyone tell which bank gives this version away free?

Also which account do you have to pay for, to get it free?
brendanhickey
muhi1
Why is this being voted cold?


​you get it free with online banking and most Internet provider allow you to download an anti virus. with windows 10 you don't even need one.


​Of course you need antivirus with windows 10. The in-built one is a last resort in case you're daft enough to think you don't need one.
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Kaspersky Total Security 2016 Multi Device 10 Device 1 Year £14.99 Amazon Prime

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This covers 10 devies working out only £1.49 per device for 1 year! This is a bargain especially for anyone with many devices/sharing with family! Amazon Prime deal so need to have an Prime accou…
bobjeet Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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deany76
crazy this went cold, make no sense.
Yup at 1.49 per device for a year.... That's a bargain
Do posts that go top get paid?
I've no idea how the site works - seems to do well though.
deany76
crazy this went cold, make no sense.

Yup at 1.49 per device for a year.... That's a bargain

Do posts that go top get paid?
crazy this went cold, make no sense.
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Norton Security Premium & Cloud Backup - 1 year for 10 devices - £28.00 @ Currys (Instore & Download)

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Seems to be one of the best out there at the moment and this price for 10 devices seems fair. The deal link is for the downloaded card but you can also get it instore or delivered at the following lin…
TheTrainDriver Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Don't buy Norton. It installs toolbars in all your browsers without asking, and it has a relatively heavy system performance impact. All these toolbars and extra 'features' are a way of making you loyal to the Norton brand but actually do very little to protect your system from viruses and malware.

Stick with Avira Free, close one pop-up ad a day and you get fast, lightweight and effective protection.
Don't trust Symantec/Norton products right now:
They're all vulnerable and Symantec won't have a fix for a few weeks.

Here's the initial article pointing out critical vulnerabilities:
http://googleprojectzero.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/how-to-compromise-enterprise-endpoint.html

Should be fixed mid-July (but still no release date known, I need to follow this up for work and keeping an eye out)
http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2464131/symantec-admits-it-wont-patch-catastrophic-security-flaws-until-mid-july
Unreliable and unsafe software, Google recent concerns...
First thing I remove from any PC/Laptop is norton/mcafee bloat
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AVG Ultimate 2016 1 Year - Internet Security & TuneUp for Unlimited PCs, Tablets & phones £19.99 was £59.99 at AVG.com

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•All-in-one antivirus, privacy, & tuneup for UNLIMITED devices. Includes: •Unlimited Downloads of AVG Internet Security for Windows & AVG PC TuneUp for Windows •Unlimited Downloads of AntiVirus PRO
Moonwolf1976 Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days agoAdd Comment
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Kaspersky internet Security 2015 Multi Device £9.99 (will update to 2016) @ 7dayshop

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My first post...but I think it's HOT. Good price for a packaged and free post multi device antivirus. Although it's 2015 it does say it will update to 2016 when you enter the key.
Charlysayz Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago21 Comments
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Mogolent
Slow down your system for only £9.99:)))


​Only if your still running a pentium cpu
£69.99 product for £10 - whats not to like

I bank with barclays so get it free, but to everyone else, well worth a go.
p.s. Vipre is a new up and coming AV, well worth a look. Its got high deteciotn with low FP. Im trialling it currently.
eslick
m5rcc
eslick
Not really a good enough excuse to bank with Barclays.
Will be cold as there are plenty of good if not better softwares out there that are free.
Kaspersky is the best AV out there. If you already have a Barclays account, like I do, then it's free and nothing will beat the best paid AV against a free AV, will it?
that's just not true, plenty of the free ones beat Kaspersky in the tests, a google will show the different reviews, of course some may show Kaspersky as the best but on my 30 second search none did. Just because its free doesn't mean an antivirus is any different to the paid ones, free ones make money by upselling and selling to corporations. The best free ones out there are Avira closely followed by Avast with Avira either comparable or better than the paid for ones depending which you read.
On the other point on Barclays they frequently appear at the bottom end of all customer service surveys and really there is no excuse to stay with a bank with 7 day switching when they are that bad. Only because people stay do companies think they can provide poor customer service.


AVG and Avria? They're really not. Ive saved a company from useless Avira last week, and another using Eset nod32 again got viruses, now on Kaspersky they havent had any problem for 3 years.

Avira tops many tests but in the real world its useless.

I check av-test and av comparitives. Bitdefender and kaspersky are consistently the best, bar none.

Others, whilst high detection also have hih false positives which can cripple a machine, disabling services it needs to run

Edited By: NorthantsPete on Jul 29, 2016 15:13
Excellent anti virus, but this has been cheaper in the past. I picked up 5 keys for £6, although I'm not sure if it's still available. Thanks for contributing though, hot!
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 (3 Devices) Multi Device £14.89 delivered @ Costco

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The activation code provided can be used to extend an existing subscription also.
suze.ro Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Can't beat industrial Anti-virus for free - https://home.sophos.com/
Mogolent
Got this free from Barclays... Slows down system


​ Yep, my experience too. I won't be renewing and still probably uninstall long before the license expires.
10p less would get you a 5 user licence
Must say that having installed on several computers I am getting to be annoyed by various pop up reminders which seem little more than attempts to make me upgrade. Doubt I'll renew when licenses expire.
Kaspersky makes you paranoid, if you believed every pop up box it throws up you wouldn't go on the net.
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Bitdefender Antivirus, Internet Security and Total security 2016 £14.99 @ Bitdefender

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Received this offer through email. I thought It might interest someone.
maazyazdani Avatar4m, 1h agoFound 4 months, 1 hour ago15 Comments
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just giving this a bump, used the link and the activation code installed bitdefender 2017 (just been launched) for this price.
Thanks, it was £10 cheaper than Bitdefender were offering me! John Mansfield
banned
thank you
Does this work on Mac? How does it compare to say Intego Mac security?

Cheers
A great offer for what appears to be the top-rated AV software and amazingly, after 3 months, still valid. Thanks for posting.

Quick bit of advice for anyone buying: you need to change from auto-renewal to manual by clicking on it in your shopping cart. Otherwise you'll be automatically charged full whack, which might be £60, in about 51 weeks' time.
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Software package: Acronis, Kaspersky, CCleaner, Cyberghost, Malwarebytes £39.95 @ Acronis

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Acronis are doing a special deal when you buy the latest Acronis True Image home desktop backup program. You also get a 1 year 1 PC copy of: - Kaspersky Internet Security - CCleaner Professional -
rjcuk Avatar4m, 2h agoFound 4 months, 2 hours ago5 Comments
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If the link is not working try this one - the HUKD redirect might be broken: http://www.acronis.com/en-gb/promotion/personal/P3/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=promo
I can't see where it actually says you receive one year of each of the other packages and the full/premium editions, or subscription in the case of the VPN.
I worry it is just a download of the free versions anyone can try.
You're worrying needlessly: If you follow the link to start an order you'll see each item with its name eg "....Premium" [ie non-freeware edition] and each listed with "1 PC, 1 Year".
I can't see where it actually says you receive one year of each of the other packages and the full/premium editions, or subscription in the case of the VPN.
I worry it is just a download of the free versions anyone can try.

Click Buy Now:

http://i.imgur.com/fvKGBVN.png

Kaspersky Internet Security doesn't have an English free version, CCleaner Professional Plus is not the free version and neither are CyberGhost Premium and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium. The Premiums and Pros are the full paid versions which will run out after 1 year.
I can't see where it actually says you receive one year of each of the other packages and the full/premium editions, or subscription in the case of the VPN.
I worry it is just a download of the free versions anyone can try.
I was partially tempted by this when I got the email yesterday, then I realised I have no use for the four extra bits of software in the bundle. Still a good price if you specifically want all 5.
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Dell Inspiron Win 10 11-3162, 11.6-inch Laptop + McAfee Internet Security 2016 Unlimited Devices + Identity Thief DVD £132.00 with code (Red or Blue) @ Tesco direct

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Use code TDX-KPMW at checkout Add Plasticine Six Mix (£1.00) instead to qualify for the code. Total price £150. - LeeA £130 with code. - LeeA
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iand123
That is a fantastic price for a Dell laptop. Apart from the size of the keyboard being an issue for some users, this will satisfy the needs of most laptop users in my opinion.


isnt it a full size keyboard?
With plasticine
Hot. I got one
LeeA
Can the McAfee be sold on?

http://i.imgur.com/SsLkoMZ.gif
LeeA
Can the McAfee be sold on?
No, the only responsible thing to do is uninstall it immediately and then burn the DVD it came on, if it doesn't come on a DVD then you need to use the recovery software to create one, then burn it. Burn it to hell.

But seriously, as I said on the last deal for this model:
Uninstall McAfee for an instant performance boost.

Edited By: spannerzone on May 11, 2016 16:19
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12.5" Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12 2in1 Ultrabook, FHD IPS TouchScreen, 2.6GHz i7 5600U, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Win7 Pro+Win8 + Free Delivery, 2 year Warranty and some accessories such as backpack and Internet Security and Next Day Delivery £667.40 @ Scan

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Seems like a good deal for a high end Lenovo convertible. These are in excess of £1000 elsewhere that I have seen. Recently listed on HUKD priced at £700 less the extras on offer: http://www.hot…
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Spod
Astec123
Spod
So what spyware have Lenovo installed this time?
They hav been caught 3 times so far - see http://thehackernews.com/2015/09/lenovo-laptop-virus.html
I wouldn't trust my data to a Lenovo after all that without a complete install from scratch.
Do you own a computer, device or software made by;
Dell - http://boingboing.net/2015/11/23/not-just-lenovo-dell-ships-co.html
HP - https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/04/25/critical-flaws-hp-data-protector/
Toshiba - http://www.pcworld.com/article/3012061/security/vulnerabilities-found-in-lenovo-toshiba-dell-support-software.html
Asus - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/asus-router-security-hack.html
Acer - http://thehackernews.com/2011/06/40000-users-data-source-codes-server-of.html
Windows - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/windows-security-update.html
I could do for many others, they have all been embroiled in various things that mainstream press would be able to make a big issue out of and that's just a quick hack and slash job. If I had the time and interest in going into depth I could easily make a much longer list. You need to open your eyes that the mainstream media tends to want to be anti China, Lenovo being a Chinese firm. I almost guarantee that you saw Superfish in the mainstream news. I guarantee some of the arguably much bigger security issues that have hit in recent years you won't have seen on the pages of the Guardian, The Times, The Sun and the TV news. (I've tried to use recent examples from the last 12 months just to highlight the point, if I wanted to go for the biggest for the various companies I would feel I'm sensationalising it just like the press do).
Furthermore, while Lenovo bundled the software, they didn't develop it and just like software such as Nero, Symantec software the company that supplies it has an agreement to offer the software on the product being sold. The expectation being that the code is secure. Lenovo/Dell/HP/ASUS etc don't check the code, they expect it to be up to scratch. The same as you as an end user expect it to be.
Security flaws and vulnerabilities pop up on a regular basis and arguably there have been in the last 5 years a heck of a lot of other security flaws that end users generally wont have seen. The key matter is how firms deal with the aftermath of the discovery of a flaw.https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1319282-year-in-review-the-7-biggest-security-flaws-of-2015http://marcrogers.org/2015/02/19/will-the-madness-never-end-komodia-ssl-certificates-are-everywhere/
I will end on the topic of Superfish and how Lenovo got a PR nightmare but all the other companies effected pretty much got off without a word being said about them outside of mentions in articles of a more technical nature eg. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/ssl-hijacker-behind-superfish-debacle-imperils-big-number-of-users/
There's a big difference between security flaws being found and bundling software which turns out to be spyware. Lenovo have been caught 3 times in 1 year - and that's just the ones we know about. That's a shocking record. So I stand by what I said - I wouldn't trust a Lenovo with its bundled software. I would do a Windows install from scratch.
Please tell me what make and model of computer you use.

Home build deskside with CentOS Linux 7. Core I7 5820K with Asus X99 motherboard.
I also have a Google Nexus (Asus) tablet for odds and sods.

I don't see how that's relevant though.


Edited By: Spod on May 15, 2016 18:00
Spod
Astec123
Spod
So what spyware have Lenovo installed this time?
They hav been caught 3 times so far - see http://thehackernews.com/2015/09/lenovo-laptop-virus.html
I wouldn't trust my data to a Lenovo after all that without a complete install from scratch.
Do you own a computer, device or software made by;
Dell - http://boingboing.net/2015/11/23/not-just-lenovo-dell-ships-co.html
HP - https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/04/25/critical-flaws-hp-data-protector/
Toshiba - http://www.pcworld.com/article/3012061/security/vulnerabilities-found-in-lenovo-toshiba-dell-support-software.html
Asus - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/asus-router-security-hack.html
Acer - http://thehackernews.com/2011/06/40000-users-data-source-codes-server-of.html
Windows - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/windows-security-update.html
I could do for many others, they have all been embroiled in various things that mainstream press would be able to make a big issue out of and that's just a quick hack and slash job. If I had the time and interest in going into depth I could easily make a much longer list. You need to open your eyes that the mainstream media tends to want to be anti China, Lenovo being a Chinese firm. I almost guarantee that you saw Superfish in the mainstream news. I guarantee some of the arguably much bigger security issues that have hit in recent years you won't have seen on the pages of the Guardian, The Times, The Sun and the TV news. (I've tried to use recent examples from the last 12 months just to highlight the point, if I wanted to go for the biggest for the various companies I would feel I'm sensationalising it just like the press do).
Furthermore, while Lenovo bundled the software, they didn't develop it and just like software such as Nero, Symantec software the company that supplies it has an agreement to offer the software on the product being sold. The expectation being that the code is secure. Lenovo/Dell/HP/ASUS etc don't check the code, they expect it to be up to scratch. The same as you as an end user expect it to be.
Security flaws and vulnerabilities pop up on a regular basis and arguably there have been in the last 5 years a heck of a lot of other security flaws that end users generally wont have seen. The key matter is how firms deal with the aftermath of the discovery of a flaw.https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1319282-year-in-review-the-7-biggest-security-flaws-of-2015http://marcrogers.org/2015/02/19/will-the-madness-never-end-komodia-ssl-certificates-are-everywhere/
I will end on the topic of Superfish and how Lenovo got a PR nightmare but all the other companies effected pretty much got off without a word being said about them outside of mentions in articles of a more technical nature eg. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/ssl-hijacker-behind-superfish-debacle-imperils-big-number-of-users/
There's a big difference between security flaws being found and bundling software which turns out to be spyware. Lenovo have been caught 3 times in 1 year - and that's just the ones we know about. That's a shocking record. So I stand by what I said - I wouldn't trust a Lenovo with its bundled software. I would do a Windows install from scratch.

Please tell me what make and model of computer you use.
Astec123
Spod
So what spyware have Lenovo installed this time?
They hav been caught 3 times so far - see http://thehackernews.com/2015/09/lenovo-laptop-virus.html
I wouldn't trust my data to a Lenovo after all that without a complete install from scratch.
Do you own a computer, device or software made by;
Dell - http://boingboing.net/2015/11/23/not-just-lenovo-dell-ships-co.html
HP - https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/04/25/critical-flaws-hp-data-protector/
Toshiba - http://www.pcworld.com/article/3012061/security/vulnerabilities-found-in-lenovo-toshiba-dell-support-software.html
Asus - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/asus-router-security-hack.html
Acer - http://thehackernews.com/2011/06/40000-users-data-source-codes-server-of.html
Windows - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/windows-security-update.html
I could do for many others, they have all been embroiled in various things that mainstream press would be able to make a big issue out of and that's just a quick hack and slash job. If I had the time and interest in going into depth I could easily make a much longer list. You need to open your eyes that the mainstream media tends to want to be anti China, Lenovo being a Chinese firm. I almost guarantee that you saw Superfish in the mainstream news. I guarantee some of the arguably much bigger security issues that have hit in recent years you won't have seen on the pages of the Guardian, The Times, The Sun and the TV news. (I've tried to use recent examples from the last 12 months just to highlight the point, if I wanted to go for the biggest for the various companies I would feel I'm sensationalising it just like the press do).
Furthermore, while Lenovo bundled the software, they didn't develop it and just like software such as Nero, Symantec software the company that supplies it has an agreement to offer the software on the product being sold. The expectation being that the code is secure. Lenovo/Dell/HP/ASUS etc don't check the code, they expect it to be up to scratch. The same as you as an end user expect it to be.
Security flaws and vulnerabilities pop up on a regular basis and arguably there have been in the last 5 years a heck of a lot of other security flaws that end users generally wont have seen. The key matter is how firms deal with the aftermath of the discovery of a flaw.https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1319282-year-in-review-the-7-biggest-security-flaws-of-2015http://marcrogers.org/2015/02/19/will-the-madness-never-end-komodia-ssl-certificates-are-everywhere/
I will end on the topic of Superfish and how Lenovo got a PR nightmare but all the other companies effected pretty much got off without a word being said about them outside of mentions in articles of a more technical nature eg. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/ssl-hijacker-behind-superfish-debacle-imperils-big-number-of-users/

There's a big difference between security flaws being found and bundling software which turns out to be spyware. Lenovo have been caught 3 times in 1 year - and that's just the ones we know about. That's a shocking record. So I stand by what I said - I wouldn't trust a Lenovo with its bundled software. I would do a Windows install from scratch.
Hot from me.
Spod
So what spyware have Lenovo installed this time?
They hav been caught 3 times so far - see http://thehackernews.com/2015/09/lenovo-laptop-virus.html
I wouldn't trust my data to a Lenovo after all that without a complete install from scratch.

Do you own a computer, device or software made by;

Dell - http://boingboing.net/2015/11/23/not-just-lenovo-dell-ships-co.html
HP - https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/04/25/critical-flaws-hp-data-protector/
Toshiba - http://www.pcworld.com/article/3012061/security/vulnerabilities-found-in-lenovo-toshiba-dell-support-software.html
Asus - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/asus-router-security-hack.html
Acer - http://thehackernews.com/2011/06/40000-users-data-source-codes-server-of.html
Windows - http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/windows-security-update.html

I could do for many others, they have all been embroiled in various things that mainstream press would be able to make a big issue out of and that's just a quick hack and slash job. If I had the time and interest in going into depth I could easily make a much longer list. You need to open your eyes that the mainstream media tends to want to be anti China, Lenovo being a Chinese firm. I almost guarantee that you saw Superfish in the mainstream news. I guarantee some of the arguably much bigger security issues that have hit in recent years you won't have seen on the pages of the Guardian, The Times, The Sun and the TV news. (I've tried to use recent examples from the last 12 months just to highlight the point, if I wanted to go for the biggest for the various companies I would feel I'm sensationalising it just like the press do).

Furthermore, while Lenovo bundled the software, they didn't develop it and just like software such as Nero, Symantec software the company that supplies it has an agreement to offer the software on the product being sold. The expectation being that the code is secure. Lenovo/Dell/HP/ASUS etc don't check the code, they expect it to be up to scratch. The same as you as an end user expect it to be.

Security flaws and vulnerabilities pop up on a regular basis and arguably there have been in the last 5 years a heck of a lot of other security flaws that end users generally wont have seen. The key matter is how firms deal with the aftermath of the discovery of a flaw.

https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1319282-year-in-review-the-7-biggest-security-flaws-of-2015

http://marcrogers.org/2015/02/19/will-the-madness-never-end-komodia-ssl-certificates-are-everywhere/

I will end on the topic of Superfish and how Lenovo got a PR nightmare but all the other companies effected pretty much got off without a word being said about them outside of mentions in articles of a more technical nature eg.

http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/ssl-hijacker-behind-superfish-debacle-imperils-big-number-of-users/


Edited By: Astec123 on May 13, 2016 20:09
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Industrial grade antivirus and Web filtering free for home users. add multiple computers under one account and manage them online. unfortunately can't add iPads or Android.
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Used in education and other govt departments too.
I have been using this free antivirus on a windows netbook and a tablet ( desktop has Kaspersky). There is a free Sophos Android app as well. Unlike alot of the free antivirus, there are no nagging screens telling you to purchase an upgrade. We used Sophos at a couple of companies I worked for so it is mainly aimed at business I suspect.
I have been using Avast for the last decade and on the whole I've been pretty happy with it - how does this stack up against it and is it worth taking a look?
Dealmessiah
Industrial grade?


​we use it in our NHS FT....
Dealmessiah
Industrial grade?

You need to oil it only once every 5 years.
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Cheapest i can find by a fair bit plus bundled with McAfee Internet Security 2016 Unlimited Devices if you want it, if not, uninstall it! Use code TDX-HYW3 at checkout Weighing just 1.28kg and a…
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Anyone know if this has a full size keyboard? and if it doesnt, is there anything similar that does?
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Our lad has one of these for homework and general internet browsing https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-ideapad-11-6-Inch-Laptop-Notebook/dp/B015Q27Z1S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1462819363&sr=8-1&keywords=lenovo+ideapad . Any idea of the main differences/preferences?

faster processor on the Dell

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Now £149 but can add something cheap to use the code. Not bad for a windows 10 netbook
still don't get what all the fuss and moans and groans about windows 10 are. like any software installed correctly on a machine with hardware that has correct wished 10 drivers and it's an excellent is. ......... bring on the flame war!

as for the product, not seen it myself but had a lot of experience with netbooks over the years OK technology is changing but then at this price your not going to get much bang for your Buck! if your using it for emails, eBay general "netbook" type stuff it will do a job. further than that I would look elsewhere
Compare this to the cheapest refurbished Mac. Is it worth it?
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For two pc one licence for avg antivirus 2016. This one much better than free one. http://www.downloadbuyer.com/showprod/3177
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All antivirus is snake oil. Use common sense, keep apps and o/s updated. Don't click links willy nilly. Visit reputable adult sites.



Then you have just proved it's not, it serves a purpose, to protect you from doing stupid things. Plus if you have a shared pc, cannot watch other people 24/7
All antivirus is snake oil. Use common sense, keep apps and o/s updated. Don't click links willy nilly. Visit reputable adult sites.
sp3345
It strange Two weeks ago Kaspersky total security for a year subscription for £6.29 went over 2000 heat
This one got two year subscription voted cold.
It's likely due to AVG receiving a poor reputation in recent years, particularly for bloatware. Just shows that sometimes rep does matter.:)
Quietus
sp3345
Which one is better Kasparav or AVG
Kaspersky has been the top rated for a few years running. AVG had dropped down, but has surged back up the rankings in the last year or so.


It strange Two weeks ago Kaspersky total security for a year subscription for £6.29 went over 2000 heat
This one got two year subscription voted cold.
sp3345
Which one is better Kasparav or AVG
Kaspersky has been the top rated for a few years running. AVG had dropped down, but has surged back up the rankings in the last year or so.
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McAfee Total Protection 2016 - Ebuyer - £19.98 (£22.96 incl cheapest del)

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McAfee Total Protection 2016 - For Windows / Mac / iOS / Android devices. Unlimited devices per user. Doesn't include delivery charge :( Supersaver delivery (5 working days) add £2.98
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Agrees. The free Microsoft Security Essentials (aka Windows Defender in Windows 10 onwards) is excellent and anything else is superfluous.
With caveats. Such as leaving UAC on, not running on an admin account and occasionally running something like malwarebytes.
Don't forget to buy 4Gb of extra ram and an SSD to counter the performance hit this software will no doubt cause. X)
Agrees. The free Microsoft Security Essentials (aka Windows Defender in Windows 10 onwards) is excellent and anything else is superfluous.
£18.99 @ Amazon & Argos but let's be clear, McAfee is never worth it.
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7dayshop Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 1 user 1 device 1 year £11.99 or buy 10 for £11.49 each
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voted No1 two years in a row in WebUser magazine
Thanks
voted No1 two years in a row in WebUser magazine
Is it good?
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cypher1055
You can get it for free if you do online banking with Barclays

It was as low as £1.99 here 2 weeks ago for 5 machines. I Know, i purchased it but without the voucher for £6.99 x 5 no.
You can get it for free if you do online banking with Barclays
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I understand that this is not a new deal, as it had been posted before. However, as my Kaspersky is running out in 2 weeks time, I received an email today reminding me to renew it. Originally, I got…
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joesmum
Barclays/Kaspersky make you wait ages before sending an validation email, had exactly the same trouble last year! No idea why it isn't instant once you re-register details.

Mine full key came through after 10 days, but your in your 30 day trial anyway so your still protected from install.


just as I was reading your message I got a flash up thing saying Kaspersky has expired! I had the same thing last time I went through Barclays, if you go in the bank they don't know what you are talking about!
joesmum
Barclays/Kaspersky make you wait ages before sending an validation email, had exactly the same trouble last year! No idea why it isn't instant once you re-register details.

Mine full key came through after 10 days, but your in your 30 day trial anyway so your still protected from install.
Barclays/Kaspersky make you wait ages before sending an validation email, had exactly the same trouble last year! No idea why it isn't instant once you re-register details.
sunil79
Hi, can someone tell if the two devices have to belong to the same "house"? As i would like to install the second copy on my nephews laptop. Is that possible?


Yes it's possible. I installed it on 3 devices in my household, and one for my dad - just copy the code
Hi, can someone tell if the two devices have to belong to the same "house"? As i would like to install the second copy on my nephews laptop. Is that possible?
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If you must buy this Google avg and privacy first :(
banned
Kaspersky was on here last week for as low as £1.99 Total security 2016 for 5 appliances. I am running it now. Much superior to free AV. Now that was a deal.
I use the free Microsoft AV. I also use the free Zone Alarm firewall to stop unwanted outgoings
Hard to believe people still pay for antivirus, windows defenders is more than IP to the job these days and Avast has good detection rates.
had my only ever breach of security using this crap, never again. Avast has proved far more secure.
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Free enterprise security free for home use. Give your home network a much needed security boost. The Home Edition of the Sophos XG Firewall features full protection for your home network, includin…
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very tempted but will stick to pfsense

for anyone wanting to use this, you will need minimum 2 network cards - one for WAN and other for the LAN
Not the most convenient software to use ... "a separate, dedicated computer is needed, which will change into a fully functional security appliance. Just right for the spare PC you have sitting in the corner!"
I don't trust home routers at all, full of bugs and backdoors, I have been using this firewall for around an month and it does so much more then my simple home router.
Shatwell
loiterer
The firewall built into routers is more than adequate for the home.
You win the comedy post of the day award 21/03/16.
Congratulations :D

How little you appear to know about routers. If in this day and age you think your computers security depends on a software firewall you need to do some research (or get a Mac). However, if you think your computer is at risk of poisoning other people's computers may I suggest you stay well away from dubious websites (or get a Mac).
This so shouldn't be cold. A free firewall for a dedicated PC isn't bad. Shame we are not paranoid enough to wonder what we are sending out compared to what is trying to get into ourhome networks. Hot from me! :)
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Why is this so cold!!
loiterer
monczek
OSX is still much less popular than Windows, hence less viruses and malware designed for it, but it's just question of time.
I've been hearing this same old, same old for close on 30 years. It still hasn't happened. At best I vaguely recall about one failed attempt every year and not one that has spread beyond one computer. OSX runs on very strict privileges, if a Mac gets something unwanted on it, it's because the user authorised it. There is no where for a Mac "proof of concept" virus or trojan horse, etc., to escalate to. This is why Mac's are so damned secure and offer a first line of defence for the American armed services.
Wikipedia states "Only a few major viruses have hit Macs in the last years. The difference in virus vulnerability between Macs and Windows is a chief selling point, one that Apple uses in their "Get a Mac" advertising."
There's no bomb proof system, jus look at last dodgy Xcode fiasco. IOS apps approved by Apple containing malware. End user is always the weakest link.
monczek
OSX is still much less popular than Windows, hence less viruses and malware designed for it, but it's just question of time.

I've been hearing this same old, same old for close on 30 years. It still hasn't happened. At best I vaguely recall about one failed attempt every year and not one that has spread beyond one computer. OSX runs on very strict privileges, if a Mac gets something unwanted on it, it's because the user authorised it. There is no where for a Mac "proof of concept" virus or trojan horse, etc., to escalate to. This is why Mac's are so damned secure and offer a first line of defence for the American armed services.

Wikipedia states "Only a few major viruses have hit Macs in the last years. The difference in virus vulnerability between Macs and Windows is a chief selling point, one that Apple uses in their "Get a Mac" advertising."
Wii89
Even Mac's are getting viruses and malware these days!

Not so you'd notice. I think you can count the total number of attempts (nothing currently live) at infecting Mac OSX on one hand. I've used PC's and Macs since the first Mac computer and I have never seen malware, spyware or viruses on any of my companies, friends or families Mac's. PC's were once quite another matter. I now use the latter exclusively for gaming; apart from Windows X, I have installed Steam, uPlay, Origin, Creative Labs (with reluctance) and nVidia software and essential motherboard drivers, nothing else.

All work, browsing, messaging, e-mailing, etc., I do on Mac's and iPad's. I don't even bother with OSX's firewall any longer as my router is bullet-proof...Not a single attempt to probe my ports has been made from beyond the router to my Mac network.
matth9999
No upgrade nags, the web interface for configuration is a bit unusual and not that well featured - cannot configure the "full" scan, so if you have dual boot, it will scan anything accessible.
Unlike many others, does not appear to offer a "scan with" option (for Bitdefender free, this is how you scan a specified area).
Unlike Bitdefender free, Sophos does offer exceptions.

Now I can see the scan with option ... sure it wasn't there before!!!
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Current version (16.0.1.445 b) is demanding a complete reboot every few days - really hacking me off. Has anyone found a decent workround to this, apart from downgrading to the previous version?

There's supposed to be a patch coming at the end of the month, but I'm not convinced - it was promised last month as well, and I've also seen suggestions that this will continue until the 2017 version's released much later this year.
kameio
Did anyone still need any of these? I ended up with more subscriptions than I ultimately need due to a change of plans

Just sell them on eBay - you should easily get £15 and there's no postage needed either :)
Did anyone still need any of these? I ended up with more subscriptions than I ultimately need due to a change of plans
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Did not work .
Worked for me at 1852 (using the link in the first post), as did the renew5 code. So another year for £1.99. Or less - because TCB has tracked at £2.12!
Where is this link?
I used the "GET DEAL" button. However, if I use it now it creates a Kaspersky shopping cart priced at £69.99, and not £6.99 as it did yesterday.

Update: just clicked the "Get Deal" button and it's taken me to a Kasperssky basket priced at £6.99.

I don't understand what's happening!
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Did not work .
Worked for me at 1852 (using the link in the first post), as did the renew5 code. So another year for £1.99. Or less - because TCB has tracked at £2.12!
Where is this link?
I used the "GET DEAL" button. However, if I use it now it creates a Kaspersky shopping cart priced at £69.99, and not £6.99 as it did yesterday.
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Where to buy wholesale quantities Kaspersky at the best prices ?
No idea sorry, I guess direct?
Where to buy wholesale quantities Kaspersky at the best prices ?


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Bitdefender is a pretty sweet antivirus and they are offering a deal with 70% off for Australian customers, ( this should have been expired a long time ago), However I tried the link, and it still
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Still working for me today. Note that this will auto-renew your subscription unless you click on "more info" at the bottom of the payment page and then uncheck the "Store my information and use it to charge full price next year like I'm some kind of idiot who hasn't realised there's always an offer on for this kind of thing" box.
Just worked for me. Had the Total security which worked out at £21.68 for 5 devices for 1 year. I have been using bitdefender for about 5 years now and have been happy with it on the whole.
Worked brilliantly.
I just tried this and it works perfectly exactly as described.
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let's see how cold this is going to go, like any other antivirus deals. seams like a good deal to me although I have just renewed my bitdeffender licence 2 months ago. this is for 2 years for "u…
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I get my renewal keys from g2a, miles cheaper than anywhere else.
Agreed. G2A is amazing for legit keys for games, Windows and AV suites
I would not pay for an antivirus. Obviously if you are a novice, have children... maybe a paid one will give you peace of mind as those have features that typically tell you if you are making a silly change on the system. Windows by default will notify on a key system change such as installing something. Children should use limited user accounts to stop them installing unwanted and intrusive software. Flash and Java have security holes. Good thing is you don't really need them anymore. YouTube doesn't need Flash these days. For sites that need it, you can enable it on a site-by-site basis with a browser like Firefox. Keep your browser and system updated.

Just use some sense and don't install any unknown software. Sufficient protection is provided with a free anti-virus or even built in Windows one. Opening a file claiming to be music that brings up that security popup is a no go. If you don't need Windows programs or care about games...there's always Linux.
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Worth checking your banks if you do online banking as they usually offer antivirus for computers and portable devices for free (have not paid for antivirus software for years as Barclays offer Karpaski (excuse the spelling) for free).
If the banks recommended an antivirus software you know it's good.
no reason to bank with Barclays though. There are plenty of free versions out there Avira, Avast are the best ones. Google AVG they sell your data on, lots of noise about it last year :(
pretty much all of the free antivirus programs are in fact 2 - 3 years old editions of the pay version. I would not trust that to protect me that much.
sorry but you don't have a clue what you are talking about, cannot believe you could post something like that, you need to do some research before telling people that. The big companies give their software away for free because they sell to corporations and the free services allow them to keep a head of the game. If the software was 3 year old everyone who uses them wouldn't have a computer that would work now because its full of viruses.
had to come back to update, sitting here shaking my head with your post and its not very many times that happens. Unbelievable.
maybe I am wrong. but as far as I remember, info from years back, the motor was the old one, the virus definitions would had been updated as the paid version.
maybe they've changed.


Yes you are wrong :(
eslick
canishu
eslick
Dragon32
Worth checking your banks if you do online banking as they usually offer antivirus for computers and portable devices for free (have not paid for antivirus software for years as Barclays offer Karpaski (excuse the spelling) for free).
If the banks recommended an antivirus software you know it's good.
no reason to bank with Barclays though. There are plenty of free versions out there Avira, Avast are the best ones. Google AVG they sell your data on, lots of noise about it last year :(
pretty much all of the free antivirus programs are in fact 2 - 3 years old editions of the pay version. I would not trust that to protect me that much.
sorry but you don't have a clue what you are talking about, cannot believe you could post something like that, you need to do some research before telling people that. The big companies give their software away for free because they sell to corporations and the free services allow them to keep a head of the game. If the software was 3 year old everyone who uses them wouldn't have a computer that would work now because its full of viruses.
had to come back to update, sitting here shaking my head with your post and its not very many times that happens. Unbelievable.

maybe I am wrong. but as far as I remember, info from years back, the motor was the old one, the virus definitions would had been updated as the paid version.
maybe they've changed.
canishu
eslick
Dragon32
Worth checking your banks if you do online banking as they usually offer antivirus for computers and portable devices for free (have not paid for antivirus software for years as Barclays offer Karpaski (excuse the spelling) for free).
If the banks recommended an antivirus software you know it's good.
no reason to bank with Barclays though. There are plenty of free versions out there Avira, Avast are the best ones. Google AVG they sell your data on, lots of noise about it last year :(
pretty much all of the free antivirus programs are in fact 2 - 3 years old editions of the pay version. I would not trust that to protect me that much.

sorry but you don't have a clue what you are talking about, cannot believe you could post something like that, you need to do some research before telling people that. The big companies give their software away for free because they sell to corporations and the free services allow them to keep a head of the game. If the software was 3 year old everyone who uses them wouldn't have a computer that would work now because its full of viruses.

had to come back to update, sitting here shaking my head with your post and its not very many times that happens. Unbelievable.


Edited By: eslick on Mar 17, 2016 18:37