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F-Secure SAFE Antivirus – 6 Months Free for 3 devices

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Get 6 months free of F-Secure Antivirus. However to claim this press 'Get Deal' and you'll be taken to the german F-Secure website where you'll sign-up (Use google translate)! Once that's done confirm… Read More
Get 6 months free of F-Secure Antivirus. However to claim this press 'Get Deal' and you'll be taken to the german F-Secure website where you'll sign-up (Use google translate)! Once that's done confirm…
waleed786 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago2 Comments
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Why the down voting? It's free.
Hot for me
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Norton Security Deluxe 3.0 | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac/iOS/Android £18.99 prime day / Amazon

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Great deal for Norton Internet Security. Only for PRIME members. Deal end at midnight. Read More
Great deal for Norton Internet Security. Only for PRIME members. Deal end at midnight.
joseph1h Avatar2w, 11m agoFound 2 weeks, 11 minutes ago3 Comments
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wayners
Really makes me want to scream! Years ago it was the gold standard in security. Now it is not needed and the people that rightly recommend this product are now saying don't bother. Use Microsofts free version. Why. Because it's no better protection using Norton and Microsoft anti virus is free. Keep your system up to date with Microsoft security patches. Back your computer up. Create users for everyone that uses pc with restrictions including yourself. Only log in pc as administrator to update or install software. Don't open links in a email. Be alert. But most of all don't pay for security software. No one will listen, it's not what we have been programmed to do.
and dont forget all the crap norton leaves on your system after you uninstall it,so much so that there is a norton removal tool you can download to remove all there crap from your system,i tried norton once ,never again
Really makes me want to scream! Years ago it was the gold standard in security. Now it is not needed and the people that rightly recommend this product are now saying don't bother. Use Microsofts free version. Why. Because it's no better protection using Norton and Microsoft anti virus is free. Keep your system up to date with Microsoft security patches. Back your computer up. Create users for everyone that uses pc with restrictions including yourself. Only log in pc as administrator to update or install software. Don't open links in a email. Be alert. But most of all don't pay for security software. No one will listen, it's not what we have been programmed to do.
i got 3yrs subs for 10 users for £49 go direct give them a ring
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Free Sophos XG Home Firewall

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I manage the full-fat enterprise Sophos XG firewall. This home edition seems to have a lot of the same features, so ideal for home protection or to use as a training aid from a reputable security comp… Read More
I manage the full-fat enterprise Sophos XG firewall. This home edition seems to have a lot of the same features, so ideal for home protection or to use as a training aid from a reputable security comp…
clarkeyi Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago17 Comments
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would it be possible to run it through virtualbox ?
What you need
Intel compatible computer with dual network interfaces. (Any previous OS or files on the computer will be overwritten when installing the XG Firewall Home Edition)Home Edition is limited to 4 cores and 6 GB of RAM. The computer can have more than this, but XG Firewall Home Edition will not be able to utilize it.
Huawei_or_my_way
flying_carpet
Do you need special network topology to use it? For normal home network topology, all devices directly connect to a router in parallel, how can it, installed only on one device, protect other devices? Thanks in advance.
Very good question :)
You do not need a special network topology but will need to, at a minimum, set all devices to connect to the Internet via the firewall.
For full protection I would disable access to the router from any other address other than the firewall and 1 specified 'Clean' PC that you can use to access the router in an emergency.
All devices that connect to your network should connect via the firewall and the router should ignore/drop all attempted connections that do not come from the firewall. (Except for the 'Clean' PC which you must ensure is protected from infection etc.)
You can avoid the need for the 'Clean' PC if you are able to quickly/easily reconfigure a PC to have the same IP address as the Firewall in an emergency (i.e. the Firewall crashes etc). The choice is yours depending on your Tech skills.
You will also need to have a router that is configurable and NOT locked down as ISP's tend to do.
Personally, I run my own 'Filtering' DNS Server and Firewall which between them filter out Ads and 'Bad' Addresses.
I block any attempts to access the router directly and any attempts to access DNS other than my own Server.
(Lots of software tries to access its own DNS Servers, ignoring my own setup. Which I find a little bit annoying as it is a potential source of unknown/unfiltered access to my PC's and/or network.)
As you can tell , I am not very trusting of 'Magic' software that just does its own thing. !!! :)
Thanks a lot for your very helpful reply and other useful safety tips ;). I am still a bit confused how you can make all other devices connect only via the firewall if it's a normal star home topology, i.e. internet/WAN - router - LAN devices including the firewall, pcs, mobiles etc? One topology which can make it work is internet/WAN - router - the firewall - switch - other LAN devices including pcs, mobiles etc, but it is certainly not a typical topology for a normal home and also you need at least two Ethernet cards for your firewall PC. Have I missed anything?
r4w80
I agree, I use Sophos UTM for 3 years now and i have tried XG Home as well, I do prefer much more the UTM version.
Link here: https://www.sophos.com/en/products/free-tools/sophos-utm-home-edition.aspx
I run it in a Vmware ESXi.
Many Thanks, I have taken your advice and downloaded the UTM version.
I will run it in a VM to see how it performs.
flying_carpet
Do you need special network topology to use it? For normal home network topology, all devices directly connect to a router in parallel, how can it, installed only on one device, protect other devices? Thanks in advance.
Very good question :)
You do not need a special network topology but will need to, at a minimum, set all devices to connect to the Internet via the firewall.
For full protection I would disable access to the router from any other address other than the firewall and 1 specified 'Clean' PC that you can use to access the router in an emergency.
All devices that connect to your network should connect via the firewall and the router should ignore/drop all attempted connections that do not come from the firewall. (Except for the 'Clean' PC which you must ensure is protected from infection etc.)
You can avoid the need for the 'Clean' PC if you are able to quickly/easily reconfigure a PC to have the same IP address as the Firewall in an emergency (i.e. the Firewall crashes etc). The choice is yours depending on your Tech skills.
You will also need to have a router that is configurable and NOT locked down as ISP's tend to do.

Personally, I run my own 'Filtering' DNS Server and Firewall which between them filter out Ads and 'Bad' Addresses.
I block any attempts to access the router directly and any attempts to access DNS other than my own Server.
(Lots of software tries to access its own DNS Servers, ignoring my own setup. Which I find a little bit annoying as it is a potential source of unknown/unfiltered access to my PC's and/or network.)

As you can tell , I am not very trusting of 'Magic' software that just does its own thing. !!! :)
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 £17.99 @ computer active

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Offer from Computeractive magazine Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 [1-DEVICE] Includes a 1-device, 1-Year license Read More
Offer from Computeractive magazine Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 [1-DEVICE] Includes a 1-device, 1-Year license
The.Crew.Designs Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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The.Crew.Designs
So is Kaspersky rubbish then. I was using Bitdefender and it was due for renew so after reading some good reviews I thought I would give it a go.......
I like it, bitdefender otoh was a pain in the ass and I ended up getting a refund!

Oh right well time will tell I suppose
The.Crew.Designs
So is Kaspersky rubbish then. I was using Bitdefender and it was due for renew so after reading some good reviews I thought I would give it a go.......
I like it, bitdefender otoh was a pain in the ass and I ended up getting a refund!
So is Kaspersky rubbish then. I was using Bitdefender and it was due for renew so after reading some good reviews I thought I would give it a go.......
The.Crew.Designs
I got a license from ebay for £5.50 buts its another option
You need to keep an eye on Kaspersky, last year they had the Barclays 5 user licence along with a money off code for Kaspersky, £5 off so I ended up paying £1.99 per 5 user licence, bought 6!
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Look at the cxxt, that should be more than enough to make you boycott Kaspersky forever
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Kaspersky Total Security 2017 - 10 Devices, 1 Year, FFP (PC/Mac/Android) £13.46 prime / £15.45 non prime @ Amazon UK

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10 Devices. Total Security 2017. Plump. Juicy. Buxom. Fragrant. Even the frustration free packaging has a air of nobility about it. Tailored especially for discerning non-Barclays ladies and gents.… Read More
10 Devices. Total Security 2017. Plump. Juicy. Buxom. Fragrant. Even the frustration free packaging has a air of nobility about it. Tailored especially for discerning non-Barclays ladies and gents.…
Pyongyang Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago48 Comments
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Heated for the deal but personally wouldnt get it, went with Sophos Home, free and cloud based managment for all your family's machines
I got a genuine copy off ebay for £5.50
shows at 34.99 now
wizk1
TimeZ0ne
Is this worth buying for the vpn?
As it costs £20 / year for vpn stand alone
It depends what you want to use it for really. The VPN here automatically chooses a server location (usually Spain) and you get 200MB of data per day. So this is not a good solution for watching iPlayer when you're on your holidays. It is however good for general browsing when you're connecting to a Wifi network that isn't secure as all of your data is encrypted and tunneled through the VPN.


Just home desktop use, ie, streaming, torrenting, gaming, online banking
The total security looks like it comes with vpn unlimited use.

Does looks like it's expired

Edited By: TimeZ0ne on Jun 02, 2017 13:38: spelling
Having used this abonimable software previously, I think I'd rather have a virus than this!
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017- £7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10 (+£1.99 non-Prime) at Amazon

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£7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10. Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall Keeps you safe from viruses, attacks, fraud, snoopers and more Helps you protect your PC, Mac and And… Read More
£7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10. Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall Keeps you safe from viruses, attacks, fraud, snoopers and more Helps you protect your PC, Mac and And…
scoobysi Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago40 Comments
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k9plus1
mluton
Razwaz
Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same device?
Yep keep the product and use it when required, I bought 3 2 years ago, just going into my 3rd year now.
Not true .. I bought the 3 device product on this advice and only received 1 code. A quick google and their website says otherwise:https://blog.kaspersky.com/faq-product-license/2152/#f
Did you get 1 code or 3 codes?

I bought 3 x 5 Devices Licence. Then used them one after another.
mluton
Razwaz
Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same device?
Yep keep the product and use it when required, I bought 3 2 years ago, just going into my 3rd year now.

Not true .. I bought the 3 device product on this advice and only received 1 code. A quick google and their website says otherwise:

https://blog.kaspersky.com/faq-product-license/2152/#f

Did you get 1 code or 3 codes?
alexc100
eslick
Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as good or better than this.


Indeed. Windows Defender on Windows 10 is just as good, and completely free :)


https://www.howtogeek.com/225385/what’s-the-best-antivirus-for-windows-10-is-windows-defender-good-enough/

"If you want the absolute best protection: then you’re going to have to pay a little bit for it. Kaspersky is consistently ranked at the top of various antivirus tests, and we like its interface, so if you want the best possible protection for your PC, look no further".
£29.99 now.
TENDIEEEEESSSSSSSS
Shard
"Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "Does that include the UK government? (spoiler, no)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Investigatory_Powers_Act_2016 "ISPs now retain UK internet users' "Internet connection records" – which websites were visited but not the particular pages and not the full browsing history – for one year"
Spoiler yes, well kinda
VPNS will not let send data to isp, BUT spoilers aint 100% safe, if you're doing stuff highly illegal like selling drugs online yes the police can ask VPN service for your info but just use Tor since its safer, what black market seller doesnt use tor? Lol

they can only get your info if they keep logs, a good VPN shouldnt keep logs and some of the big companies have proven this in the past when they have been requested by the court to provide them.
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 3 Devices - Ryman - £14.99

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Seems a reasonable deal This Internet Security package will protect multiple devices within the home or small office. This Kaspersky Software will help protect you from cybercrime, viruses intern… Read More
Seems a reasonable deal This Internet Security package will protect multiple devices within the home or small office. This Kaspersky Software will help protect you from cybercrime, viruses intern…
OllieSt Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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good deal..price equivalent to Norton but now a days kaspersky is better...although norton itself is not bad...or quite good
Mogolent
Barclays offers 5 devices for £6.99... used a couple of months...uninstalled
Norton is much better for me
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Barclays offers 5 devices for £6.99... used a couple of months...uninstalled
Norton is much better for me
Someone is going to pipe up that you get a free License with a Barclay's account so I may as well do that for them!. Best AV in my opinion.
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Acer Aspire ES 15 8GB Laptop, Bag, Mouse & Antivirus bundle instore (Burnage) at Tesco for £131.60

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One of my bargain buys from Tesco today. Acer Aspire ES 15 8gb which came just in a plain brown box with a laptop bag and a mouse and a year's subscription to McAfee with it too. I also got my sist… Read More
One of my bargain buys from Tesco today. Acer Aspire ES 15 8gb which came just in a plain brown box with a laptop bag and a mouse and a year's subscription to McAfee with it too. I also got my sist…
googan4ever Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago5 Comments
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sorry, there were no more left.
thanks OP, may I ask if there is more on the shelf then, thanks
it's bread
Great find
Fantastic find, well done. Just a one off though I expect.
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Sandboxie - FREE Internet Protection

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OK. I've mentioned this program before in a few anti-virus threads but thought that I should at least do a post about this program. What is Sandboxie? It basically creates a 'virtual' drive that i… Read More
OK. I've mentioned this program before in a few anti-virus threads but thought that I should at least do a post about this program. What is Sandboxie? It basically creates a 'virtual' drive that i…
jadamso Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago35 Comments
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Thanks for posting this, i forgot all about Sandboxie!
jadamso
3guesses
gavin1
3guesses
Thanks for the heads-up. Sounds like it should have a lower resource overhead than an actual anti-virus program, so I think I'll take a look.
There are many ways malware can get into your system, web surfing, email, port scanning, dodgy peer2peer sites, or even on infected USB/CD's, to gain protection from every possible route in you need to sandbox everything. Given there are many free AV programs, Microsoft even bundles Defender in with Windows now, you would be ill advised NOT to use AV.
Even the best AV will not catch brand new threats, it takes time to get samples, analyse them and get the the updated out, but it can (and does) frequently stop many old bits of malcode that still circulate on the internet...
But if you have a good firewall and sandbox your browsers, then surfing should be safe without employing an anti-virus?
Safe is a relative term. I run most programs that access the Internet sandboxed without an anti-virus or windows defender running and have never had a problem that hasn't been fixed by clearing the sandbox. BUT I also have well-partitioned drives, I have the actual sandbox on a separate drive to my system drive and I also make regular back-ups which I then scan with an anti-virus program.
The simple answer is that there is no one way that is guaranteed to protect you 100% (apart from maybe running a LiveOS i.e. an OS like Puppy Linux loaded into RAM and cleared on shutdown).
The point of this post was to try to make people aware that there are options other than constantly running an anti-virus program.
As other people have mentioned there are all manner of nasties that can enter your computer and even an anti-virus program is only as good as its database.
It really comes down to 'Horses for Courses'. I got sick of the system hog that was anti-virus/defender etc and would prefer to rely solely on Sandboxie for day-to-day protection. Other people may not.

That was pretty much my thinking. I actually use separate PCs for "recreational" computer activities, and it would be handy not to have to run an anti-virus progam on them.
amour3k
And/or Opera VPN found here http://www.opera.com/computer

Thanks, been a long time since I tried Opera. Didn't know it came with a VPN included, but free usage gives one only 600Mb per month. Found the free & unlimited Tor a bit too slow.
3guesses

But if you have a good firewall and sandbox your browsers, then surfing should be safe without employing an anti-virus?

Malware writers write malcode for a living,. they are no longer poeple in bedrooms, with the rise of the cryptolocker family of code, its a high financial gain buinsess and they can pay for the best poeple. Heck there are even groups now that run it as a service, they do the code, and guarantee it runs for a % age of your profit. Sounds odd but they get money but don't have to take as many risks or chance it being traced back to their servers.

The writers know about sandbloxes, and many malware will be able to detect if its in a VM or sandbox and not execute the payload, or wait until its out of the sandbox before executing. Some are even know how to get out of specific VM/sandboxes.

At the end of the day its you computer and your data, how you use it is up to you, but you should at least consider what the results of your chopices could be.
3guesses
gavin1
3guesses
Thanks for the heads-up. Sounds like it should have a lower resource overhead than an actual anti-virus program, so I think I'll take a look.
There are many ways malware can get into your system, web surfing, email, port scanning, dodgy peer2peer sites, or even on infected USB/CD's, to gain protection from every possible route in you need to sandbox everything. Given there are many free AV programs, Microsoft even bundles Defender in with Windows now, you would be ill advised NOT to use AV.
Even the best AV will not catch brand new threats, it takes time to get samples, analyse them and get the the updated out, but it can (and does) frequently stop many old bits of malcode that still circulate on the internet...
But if you have a good firewall and sandbox your browsers, then surfing should be safe without employing an anti-virus?

Safe is a relative term. I run most programs that access the Internet sandboxed without an anti-virus or windows defender running and have never had a problem that hasn't been fixed by clearing the sandbox. BUT I also have well-partitioned drives, I have the actual sandbox on a separate drive to my system drive and I also make regular back-ups which I then scan with an anti-virus program.

The simple answer is that there is no one way that is guaranteed to protect you 100% (apart from maybe running a LiveOS i.e. an OS like Puppy Linux loaded into RAM and cleared on shutdown).

The point of this post was to try to make people aware that there are options other than constantly running an anti-virus program.

As other people have mentioned there are all manner of nasties that can enter your computer and even an anti-virus program is only as good as its database.

It really comes down to 'Horses for Courses'. I got sick of the system hog that was anti-virus/defender etc and would prefer to rely solely on Sandboxie for day-to-day protection. Other people may not.
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McAfee Antivirus for unlimited device £4.99 plus £1.99 delivery £6.98 @ Groupon

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Seems Good deal for unlimited user for one year anti virus. From the company which you can trust. Read More
Seems Good deal for unlimited user for one year anti virus. From the company which you can trust.
sp3345 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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Of all the threads on HUKD, antivirus and Internet security ones are my favourite, by a mile.
qbs
the__cat
John McAfee was taken to court in a $5m lawsuit. Apparently the trial was expected to last 30 days.
Need to go back to before 1994 for that to be funny. :D

Who put 50p in you?? X)
If you hurry, you'll catch Kaspersky Total Security 2017 (10 user) for £14.99 on Amazon Lightning Deal - infinitely better than this rubbish.
Avoid ! Even if they will offer you £1.99
m5rcc
Not even free McAfee would be a good deal.


Very true. Intel destroyed it by buying it for 7.7 billion dollars.
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Bitdefender Total Security Multi Device 2017 – 5 Devices | 1 Year [MAC, Windows & Android] £15.91

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Again a good deal and I can say that Bitdefender is one of my best internet security option. PS:Do not forget to close Auto renewal during order process. Read More
Again a good deal and I can say that Bitdefender is one of my best internet security option. PS:Do not forget to close Auto renewal during order process.
thomassseven Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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Bad link. I am getting this.

http://imgur.com/a/EnVDV
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jadamso
majortom
jadamso
I hesitate to post this for any backlash but why not just run your programs sandboxed rather than using an anti-virus?
I would suggest that sandboxing is reserved for the more technically minded and that would still not prevent all dodgy files
Surprisingly it isn't. I've been using Sandboxie for well over 3 years now. Never had any problems. I've been hit twice by dodgy sites but just deleting the sandbox completely fixes it. All I'm saying is this I would personally take Sandboxie, a well partitioned drive and regular backups over active virus protection any day of the week. Its a shame that most people aren't aware of the program :(
I've just got my first Mac (2nd hand) what is Sandboxie ? Is it something like running virtual machines? I wouldn't mind some more information about what it is and how it works. Sounds decent from what you've mentioned.
Just googled it.... Not for Mac lol...anything similar on Mac? I'll check out sandboxie on my PC.

I'm pretty sure linux has a built-in sandbox function (though you may need some type of app to configure it). I don't know, I don't use a Mac.
Bad link
Used Bitdefender Total Security for a few years now, great product, but awful customer service if you ever need to get support. I had to contact them twice with simple subscription enquiries, it took them 2 weeks to reply on both occasions. (only after I have raised a complaint).
The_Tiggy
Clicking your link takes you to an empty shopping basket page... Going back to the bitdefender website shows the price as £34.99. Am I missing something or has this deal expired?

Yep, I get an empty basket to.
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12 months free McAfee Internet Security for SKY broadband customers - 3 Users

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I was looking around for internet security online and found free McAfee Internet security for 12 months from SKY for SKY broadband customers. You need to log on to SKY account > Broadband Settings Read More
I was looking around for internet security online and found free McAfee Internet security for 12 months from SKY for SKY broadband customers. You need to log on to SKY account > Broadband Settings
dealfeal Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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McAfee is a virus. This deal would be hotter if it were no McAfee for 12 months.
avoid like the plague! stay well clear!
you will be better off wearing a colander as a condom. garbage security.
Thanks op didn't know this. I have Mcafee at moment and its been ok so will look in my Sky account when its up for renewal. People who don't have Sky will vote cold and people who don't like Mcafee will vote cold and people who only download free antivirus will vote cold, so soon this deal will be very cold indeed. I've nullified one for you and voted hot.
I find when you add security that's when you are most at risk
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Starts 17/03/2017 12:20 am Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 (10 Devices, 1 Year) Retail Box (PC/Mac/Android) £20.99 @ Amazon

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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 at Amazon 10 Devices, 1 Year Retail Box (PC/Mac/Android) Starts 17/03/2017 @ 12:20 am £20.99 Product details: Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall K… Read More
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 at Amazon 10 Devices, 1 Year Retail Box (PC/Mac/Android) Starts 17/03/2017 @ 12:20 am £20.99 Product details: Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall K…
itsvimal Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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A great company that I have trusted the past 7 years.
Alot of licences from a trusted seller.
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McAfee Internet Security Unlimited users £3.99 @ Argos

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Was £9.99 Now £3.99
radekuk Avatar5m, 18h agoFound 5 months, 18 hours ago10 Comments
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Bo0td
Sophos Home. £0.00 Many others available. Adguard. £0.00 Many others available. uBlock Origin is very popular. Malwarebytes. Untick free trial of premium during installation. £0.00
I use these programs, not had any issues. Not saying they're the best, but I'm happy with them. I particularly like Sophos, it never bothers you, so is great to install on computers/laptops that belong to family/friends that are clueless.
McAfee, in my experience, is effectively malware. Possibly not as bad as it used to be (see comment below).
What did you mean by untick free trial of malwarebytes is that how you get full version for free?

No,just untick the free trial just so you don't bother with the free trial.

Its free to use as long as you want, as an on demand scanner

If you want live protection then you have to purchase
Bo0td
Sophos Home. £0.00 Many others available.

Adguard. £0.00 Many others available. uBlock Origin is very popular.

Malwarebytes. Untick free trial of premium during installation. £0.00

I use these programs, not had any issues. Not saying they're the best, but I'm happy with them. I particularly like Sophos, it never bothers you, so is great to install on computers/laptops that belong to family/friends that are clueless.

McAfee, in my experience, is effectively malware. Possibly not as bad as it used to be (see comment below).



What did you mean by untick free trial of malwarebytes is that how you get full version for free?
do not use this product. screwed up my laptop. had to get a factory reinstall recently.
jasonbozbowyer
you may as well put a condom on your head, cos that will be as effective.
This may actually work. Once suffocated you won't download or run any malicious software.

Edited By: gnowak84 on Feb 22, 2017 04:48
There appears to be a desperate effort to sell this dubious product. Its only days since it was last on here and it went cold then the general comment being "I wouldn't buy it if it was free". I will second that.
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McAfee Internet Security 2016 - Unlimited Devices £3.99 @ Argos

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I found this "McAfee Internet Security 2016 - Unlimited Devices.", while browsing the Argos Mobile app: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3308644.htm Read More
I found this "McAfee Internet Security 2016 - Unlimited Devices.", while browsing the Argos Mobile app: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3308644.htm
farrels87 Avatar5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago12 Comments
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Sorry Op
avoid this like the plague. you would think a company like intel which owns this would sell a better product.
Recently had to remove from lappy as pre installed. shocking how it slows down your pc.
would not use it if it was free
"Cullies" spot on. Forget the "they've improved over the last 4 years". If you want to slow down and screw up your computer go ahead. Take a look at its creator....says it all.... http://venturebeat.com/2014/09/15/john-mcafee-comes-out-swinging-for-net-neutrality-while-blasting-att-and-verizon/
anyone bought it already and like to share it here?
Yea I must admit since installing this on our pc it has got a hell of a lot slower then before plus it's always scanning in the background which I think is unnecessary tbh.

Still I suppose I'm safe from the hackers wanting to know what websites I'm visiting the nosy gits! :{

It's worth pointing out that most if not all by now ISP's provide some sort of anti virus software with their broadband supply - so check your account before buying anything.

Just advice for those that may benefit :)
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Is the OP's Deal free for 365 days still?, or ..... thanx. :-)
QuickProfits
Neostar
Kaspersky is free if you bank with Barclays ;)
Last years version
The activation also works on the new 2017 version too :)
Neostar
Kaspersky is free if you bank with Barclays ;)

Last years version
Kaspersky is free if you bank with Barclays ;)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=3726&q=2614887 did not work for me.
Still having problems uninstalling all the bits from it.
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brainsys


Exactly why I don't use third party AV software. Instead use Windows Defender with Voodooshield Pro and Hitman Pro.Alert.
spannerzone
pennyfarthing88
Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?
spannerzone
No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.
pennyfarthing88

Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it cost me any less not to use it - free and included with subscription.
Prior to that was with Sky broadband and exactly same thing, included free in subscription.
Might be worth looking at what's included in your subscription as most ISP's offer it for free with a broadband service.
Ah my ironic comment must be too subtle.... you'd have to pay me to install this software onto my machine, is what I meant. :D
Just removed McAfee from my new Lenovo.
Was driving me mad.
Have used WD and Free Malwarebytes for years.
kaspersky is the best. macafee isn't gr8 at all. ;)

Edited By: anuruddha on Jan 31, 2017 15:08: typo
cullies
Mc Afee is SNAKE OiL

Microsoft Defender is already on your PC and mobiles don't need antivirus


Android very vulnerable system
There are many malware for Android and you can face huge bills from your operator
If you are a advanced user and you check apps permissions all the time - it's ok. But most users just allow everything for apps...

Edited By: Mogolent on Jan 31, 2017 08:40: .
Mc Afee is SNAKE OiL

Microsoft Defender is already on your PC and mobiles don't need antivirus

Edited By: cullies on Jan 31, 2017 08:27
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It won't be long before they just call it intel security and kill off this name
https://pics.onsizzle.com/your-clothes-remind-me-of-mcafee-its-the-first-thing-4465003.png
McAfee has been rubbish for years.
Anti virus software has been far worse than any virus I've ever had on my computer.
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I see this is now £12.98 but free delivery.
I've found Bitdefender pretty good, although as with all of them there's an impact on boot time. You can turn off boot sector scanning at startup which has minimised the impact, but I guess that's at the expense of a layer of protection.
R0adRat
if you prefer Bitdefender it's a similar price here also on offer
I've never used it myself but they seem well matched, though Bitdefender drops half a point on performance, see https://www.av-test.org/en/compare-manufacturer-results/ for thorough, independent test results.


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I know some people dislike Norton but I have been using it for 20 years and never had a problem. This looks like a good deal for 5 users, 1-year subscription - I paid more than this one year ago
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Used to use kasperky when I got it free with banking with Barclays. Now use bullguard which is awesome imho and can get it for less than £20 for 3 pc'S which I am happy to pay
New reworked Norton is totally different beast. I got 3.0 standard version free with Atom tab/convertible and I'm really impressed with its small footprint. Personally I use Kaspersky due to its little bit better detection rate (plus free with my bank account) but I have to give credit to Symantec for all the improvements they done.
jdbigguy
JustLikeArkwright
If you're paying out, most people don't need to, get Webroot, exceptionally lightweight and will play happy if you also use something like Malwarebytes.
So if "most don't need to" then you must believe some do. That suggests Norton does stuff that Webroot doesn't. As you have made these claims can you explain what's the difference (other than price) between the two?

Webroot is cloud based as opposed to traditional downloading of definitions and runs with a tiny memory footprint. Ideal for the average online user who doesn't require/need souped up suites nor dabbles with pirated software or the darker regions of the web. For others I'd go for Avira Free or Bitdefender Free backed with some sort of anti-malware.

Norton was always too bloated and clunky for my liking, it used to bury itself in your system making it an absolute pain to remove. If it has drastically improved in the decade+ since I last used it then fair enough. Personally I've never found many fans of it, certainly few and far between in the security realm.
jdbigguy
K1LLER HORNET
http://i64.tinypic.com/r1z8ef.png

I know some people dislike Norton but I have been using it for 20 years and never had a problem.
oO
I'm guessing this is a quote. It's is clear though that either they are exaggerating or they are a moron.


Both.
K1LLER HORNET
http://i64.tinypic.com/r1z8ef.png

I know some people dislike Norton but I have been using it for 20 years and never had a problem.
oO
I'm guessing this is a quote. It's is clear though that either they are exaggerating or they are a moron.
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Norton internet security 5 devices £22.99 @ Argos

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Used Norton for a few years also with no issues on various formats. I have just purchased the 10 devices version a few weeks back via Amazon for the same money so for me this is not a deal I would take...
I've been using Norton for a good set of years with no problem and as for the heavy on the computer the whole program was redesigned a good few years ago so it don't really use up that much resources I also use Kapsersky on a next computer so if one program misses something on my many hard drives the other may catch
LesD
bsmaff
but nothing free which provides the updates and security cover provided by Norton.

...or slows down your computer quite so much.


Have you tried it since 2009 (when they did an almost complete redesign) ... was amazed how much faster my PC was after to switching to Norton from AVG back then.
Preying on the ill-informed, cold
grove39
bsmaff
eslick
Will be cold as there are plenty of free versions which are better than this so why pay.
Which free antivirus programs are better than Norton?
There are better paid solutions, but nothing free which provides the updates and security cover provided by Norton.

Having none at all is better than Norton.

Norton is worse than a virus.


What are you basing your information on?

Can you provide any evidence that Norton is as terrible as your stating..

Norton had a bad rep and were terrible 5/6 years ago and if your still basing your opinion on out of date information rather than latest review scores.

But I will let you get back to your AVG and Sygate Firewall..
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Get bitdefender total security. Inside does have anti-ransomware.
Or get hitman pro.
jonbee56
Hmmm I'm suspicious.
Clicked on the link, it opened a german page & automatically started downloaded the .exe file, so it's putting an exe file on the drive without asking & google translate won't translate the page.
Sorry, & you may mean well, but.......Whoaaa !! alarm bells are ringing !.......
God bless Linux

Ouch!.

Yes, that would kind of worry me a bit too .....
Virtual machine, anyone?
Or decent sandbox?
It really isn't rocket science.
And here you can test if you are vulnerable....

LINK

Skipping registration protocol, and give you direct download...
This software is free to use if you register after install, no need to buy.
And about software, it does the job where antivirus can not detect that kind of software.
You can research for that kind of attacks and if you get this kind of virus noone can help you just because your files get encrypted.
All of us think that we are secure and those kind of things happen to others....
This software defend you from those attacks.
No need to be offensive if you do not understand how something works...
Example

Example of atack
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(Translated) Note posted on the chip.de site:

Note
In their own right: Due to a misunderstanding with our partner AVG, we assumed to be able to give "Internet Security" on Christmas Eve to the CHIP-users. However, it is the annual license of a specially adapted version of AVG Antivirus Premium . We regret this confusion and hope that you, dear CHIP users, still have fun with the full version and also without "Internet Security" a nice Christmas celebration.


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the CHIP editorial
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roycom
Nope, all I get is "503 Service not available, Sorry, the requested server is currently unavailable. Cause may be high load or maintenance.". Same thing reported in the comments as well.
EDIT: Finally got it to download, but it is what others are saying, this is AVG Antivirus and not AVG Internet Security.
ditto
Nope, all I get is "503 Service not available, Sorry, the requested server is currently unavailable. Cause may be high load or maintenance.". Same thing reported in the comments as well.

EDIT: Finally got it to download, but it is what others are saying, this is AVG Antivirus and not AVG Internet Security.

Edited By: roycom on Dec 24, 2016 10:55: .
roycom
503 Service not available, must be pretty popular.

Just to add, a lot of the German comments on the page are saying they were getting the Antivirus, not Internet Security.


well I've installed it already wonder why you get that error try going thru this url http://www.chip.de/s_specials/Download-Adventskalender_74217484.html
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TP-Link TL-WR810N travel router, now £15.00 on Amazon Prime, (£18.94 non-Prime), was £25+

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great-deals
quick read of posts but forgive me for asking.... I want a wireless internet extender as router is at one side of house and don't get any/great signal at other end. I need a TP Link just to have the wireless signal spread around house?
Thanks

you probably want something like this:
http://uk.tp-link.com/products/details/cat-18_TL-WPA8730-KIT.html
quick read of posts but forgive me for asking.... I want a wireless internet extender as router is at one side of house and don't get any/great signal at other end. I need a TP Link just to have the wireless signal spread around house?

Thanks
harry66
Got this and plugged it into my wired switch in the loft to create a more powerful access point in the loft.
Works great.
Only problem is I cannot connect to the TP-links Web admin pages.
Tried the http://tplinkwifi.net/ but that either gives DNS errors or says 'Oops you are not connected to your TP-link network'
I checked my main Asus Wifi router for attached devices and the Tp-Link does not appear in the list.
It does list the laptop I connected wirelessly to the Tp-Link as a wired connection!!

Does anyone know how to access the admin web pages? I also tried the usual 192.168.1.1 etc but that just takes me to my main Wifi router...
Just to answer my own question - in case it help anyone else; I had to unplug the ethernet cable from the Tp-Link and then I can access the Admin pages. Once the ethernet cable is plugged in and connected to the main router you can no longer access the tp-link admin pages.
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Straycat1967
hemelskonijn
only suitable for travel within the UK or for stunters that would like to build wonky power tower adaptor stacks.
Should have been delivered with EU clip on at least and TP-link do not offer the part as a spare.
Thought your comment was over the top considering 99% of UK purchased small appliances do not come with EU plug adaptors either.
Hardly a big deal to spend a quid and hardly consider it as a wonky tower stacker - http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/1518a-wht/travel-adaptor-uk-to-european/dp/PL15135
I bet most of those 99% of small appliances do not get labelled a "travel" device. There are about a gazillion competing devices out there that are called just what they are without pretending to ve suited for something they are not (or no more then (cheaper) alternatives).
Have to agree with you. Might be a small thing, but when something gets labelled a travel device then is should be able to travel without additional adaptors etc.
I think the overall device is quite clunky sized - I would have preferred if it was flatter and wider rather than sticking out so much. Cant plug it into a socket behind a cupboard without moving the cupboard forward several inches.
Also cant go under the cupboard on an extension socket - even though there is considerable clearance!


Edited By: harry66 on Dec 23, 2016 10:26
Straycat1967
hemelskonijn
only suitable for travel within the UK or for stunters that would like to build wonky power tower adaptor stacks.
Should have been delivered with EU clip on at least and TP-link do not offer the part as a spare.

Thought your comment was over the top considering 99% of UK purchased small appliances do not come with EU plug adaptors either.

Hardly a big deal to spend a quid and hardly consider it as a wonky tower stacker - http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/1518a-wht/travel-adaptor-uk-to-european/dp/PL15135


I bet most of those 99% of small appliances do not get labelled a "travel" device. There are about a gazillion competing devices out there that are called just what they are without pretending to ve suited for something they are not (or no more then (cheaper) alternatives).
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Not heard of them. I'll have a look.
They are a really well established computer security firm like emsisoft and alike, big big name brand in the sector I'm installing this as I write this and hope to test the engine and get back with pros and cons but do thank the op for this, as missed this years free av engine software giveaways up until I found this and it is something I am eternaly greatfull for

Update: http://www.wicar.org/test-malware.html went here tried every threat on the page and it picked them all up in sophos home it's actually very effective and doesn't appear to kill the power of the system while doing it either, a bit like the 360 total security doesn't another good security.Not sure how that fares on the test I did with Sophos?


Edited By: WIZARDZSYS on Dec 15, 2016 07:54: added a review short one
Thanks for this.
Have a look at this, if you deal with IT security or are super cautious. It's pretty sweet ! https://www.hitmanpro.com/en-us/alert.aspx
(Not free)


Edited By: djfluff on Dec 07, 2016 23:02
Not heard of them. I'll have a look.
have you tried heimdal security? they have afree patch management client - keeps common apps (java, flash etc) up to date automatically to minimize your exposure on the web. the paid for version blocks traffic to known malware sites.
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Argos - Seagate Expansion 2TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive + Free Antivirus £62.99

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After spending some time looking for a 2TB USB 3.0 Portable HDD I picked up one of these a few days ago. Finally got round to setting it up with my Xbox One tonight. Sorry this didn't get any warmer - especially considering a Tesco deal for £60 has gone over 500 Degrees.....
-139 now - looks like there are at least 3 of us who think this is a good deal!
Captain HUKD
Did this go so cold just because it had been available on Black Friday for under £50? I'm looking for a USB 3.0 Portable HDD to use with my new Xbox One S/EA Access. I have some vouchers to put towards the purchase & thought it looked like a good price for a none refurb on the High Street. I vae added heat to make it slightly less chilly (-143).

..And I salute you for it :)
It was a decent deal too!
Did this go so cold just because it had been available on Black Friday for under £50? I'm looking for a USB 3.0 Portable HDD to use with my new Xbox One S/EA Access. I have some vouchers to put towards the purchase & thought it looked like a good price for a none refurb on the High Street. I vae added heat to make it slightly less chilly (-143).
this is the portable 2.5" drive BTW
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Have to download their installer, then through that they download an AVG installer that errors when you try to use it.
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
If you want to go down the free route Avast is a far better bet.
and hang around for the next batch of free 1-year subscription promo codes.
Currently half way through my first year, can't fault it yet.
Maybe AVG is free just now because they've been bought by Avast.... 'clearing' stock ...
If you want to go down the free route Avast is a far better bet.
..... ''while supplies last!'' LOL
Hate all the nagging and bloatware AVG tries to give you. Get MalwareBytes, everyone!
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how do you get it for £15 says £24.95
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McAfee Internet Security 2016 - £9.95 from John Lewis

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It's better than nothing,but you can get better free security. AVG and Avast are two popular free ones.
Great you posted about it, but spoken to dozens literally people who had viruses on their machines and McAfee was oblivious oO

Edited By: honest_geezer on Nov 27, 2016 09:49: missed words
honest_geezer
Worst security package available.

Oh my gosh is it?! Well I'm glad I've not purchased, because I thought it was an alright deal!
Worst security package available.
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 3 Devices £8.99 Rymans

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Expired - now £19.99 inc VAT
offer no longer active?
is this a digital copy?
great deal bro
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I'm a big fan of Sophos from using the enterprise product going back 18 years ago. However i'm not sure i'm keen on having to use a web based portal for home use but trying it out to see how it goes. Currently I use Kaspersky free through Barclays but sometimes that can be a pain in the ar$e for being overbearing trying to install software.
foxyuk
U get nothing for free. I would avoid!!!!!!

I'd advise not posting in the 'freebies' section of the site in future then.
Great may give it a try
Loads of programs are free, especially anti-virus software. You'd be daft to pay for it (for home use) ;)
foxyuk
U get nothing for free. I would avoid!!!!!!


How much did you pay for hkud app and an account?
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Acer ES1-571 15.6” Intel Core i3 8GB RAM 2TB HDD Laptop Bundle with Mouse, Bag and McAfee Internet Security 2016- £299.00 Tesco Exclusive

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Well it seemed like a good deal to me. I'm quite surprised you guys have voted it cold. Oh well...I guess it proves the Idiom "One man's meat is another man's poison"
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There is one in Basingstoke.
yes was posted this morning non left now
OOS
OOS everywhere as far as I can see and I think this was posted earlier
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** Acer ES1-571 15.6” Intel Core i3 5005u 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Laptop Bundle with Mouse, Bag and McAfee Internet Security 2016 only £249.00 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C) **

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Good bundle offer :) The Acer Aspire ES1-571 is the perfect all round device for home, school and work This Tesco Exclusive bundle comes equipped with a 15.6-inch HD CineCrystal LED backlit TFT
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Decent price but 4GB of RAM is underspecced. Need at least 8GB these days.
jamhops
le_jaeger
McAfee :(

Indeed, no matter how much ram this has McAfee will be hungry for more!
Whenever I get a new PC or laptop I IMMEDIATELY uninstall any McAfee product and install AVG Antivirus instead. McAfee products are installed by hardware manufacturers because it helps them sell you more hardware to cope with the demands of the bloatware.
welsh_andy
how easy to upgrade the ram in these
If it's anything like an HP laptop it will involve removing the entire laptop base, and then lifting out the motherboard, because the memory chips are underneath the main board.
Thanks op
le_jaeger
McAfee :(


Indeed, no matter how much ram this has McAfee will be hungry for more!
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70% off a yearly AVG subscription £20.99

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£20.99 @ AVG Anti Virus and Firewall
Think this is a good deal as AVG is a personal favourite, usually have the free subscription.. ;) normally 69.99.. . Read More
Think this is a good deal as AVG is a personal favourite, usually have the free subscription.. ;) normally 69.99.. .
connorb13 Avatar7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago9 Comments
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Kaspersky works well for me
You're better off protecting your computer with a wooden spoon. Cheaper too.
matthat
personally I did not get on with AVG or it did not get on with my machine (used to be a favorite when I had XP) - I now use Comodo free as it has a great firewall where you can just block every thing when you want (I use win7 and it works v well)

I moved onto comodo too.

Do have a Kaspersky internet security that I got from HUKD, from around June this year, posted at £1.99 and there was a 5 device deal for under four quid, and you get it free if you are a Barclays customer.
Infinitesd
Am I the only one missing a trick here? I can get eset, or F secure for around £21 per year normal price. How is AVG worth £70?

It is not worth it.
Am I the only one missing a trick here? I can get eset, or F secure for around £21 per year normal price. How is AVG worth £70?