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AVG Family Internet Security - 3 Users 1 Year was £49.99 now £4.89 free delivery @ Sendit
AVG Family Internet Security - 3 Users 1 Year  was £49.99 now £4.89 free delivery @ Sendit

AVG Family Internet Security - 3 Users 1 Year was £49.99 now £4.89 free delivery @ Sendit

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Product upgrades immediately online to version 9.0 to give you the most up to date internet security available and continues to update free throughout the duration of the license. Provides complete protection for 3 seperate computers.


Product also includes Identity Protection for additional peace of mind.

Why take the risk? Get protected today and join the 80 million AVG customers worldwide.


Automatic update service for continuous protection
Fast, effective performance without slowing systems down
All-in-one, easy to use protection install and forget
Works in the background doesnt get in the way
Technical customer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

AVG Internet Security gives you complete, real-time protection against the latest web-borne threats
Real-time safe searching and surfing for a trouble-free online experience
Advanced protection against new and unknown viruses
Download files from the web and exchange files via instant messaging without the risk of malware infection
Streamlined malware detection quickly and efficiently prevents infection from known spyware, viruses and worms
Self-learning, personalized anti-spam keeps inboxes free of junk and phishing attacks
Smart firewall quietly and efficiently keeps hackers at bay
Advanced anti-root kit technology defuses even the most complex techno smart bombs

Tough on Threats. Easy on You.
AVG Internet Security delivers the most advanced and comprehensive protection against todays threats without slowing you down or getting in your way.

Tough on Threats
- Identity protection whenever you go online
- Blocks poisoned web pages in real time
- Detects and removes known and unknown viruses, spyware, rootkits, worms and Trojans
- Protects against invisible attacks by the bad guys while you are surfing the Internet
- Stops spam without blocking the mail you want
- Prevents suspicious files from being opened

Easy on You
- Fast, automatic installation
- Simple set-up and automatic updates
- Works in the background
- Flags suspicious files and web pages
- Free support and updates

Compatibility
Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP4)
Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit)
Microsoft Vista (32/64 bit)
Microsoft Windows 7

42 Comments

fair price.....but you can get nearly as much protection with AVG's FREE offering, which also updates automatically.:?:?

so whats the difference between AVG Free and this. for under a fiver it's probably worth getting... unless it does nothing more than the free version!

Get avast for free check out reviews

i use microsoft internet security - its free and does the trick. It found a virus on my laptop than AVG free had missed.

checkley73;7965953

i use microsoft internet security - its free and does the trick. It found … i use microsoft internet security - its free and does the trick. It found a virus on my laptop than AVG free had missed.



I use the new free Microsoft Security Essentials product too and haven't looked back. Great piece of non intrusive software.

garyb72;7965994

I use the new free Microsoft Security Essentials product too and haven't … I use the new free Microsoft Security Essentials product too and haven't looked back. Great piece of non intrusive software.



Note: MSE does not include a firewall!

Another nail in the coffin of independent software developers.

all AV software will find stuff missed by other software! when first installed, which looks good. until you you lookup what it is. and the date it was first found. if it's this year. cool. if it's from the 90's then it's BS

I just received my copy from Zavvi, but I am not able to get the my registration number. Anyone else is having the same problem?

Avg free is still good but this slowed my pc down so uninstalled it,pity,using Avast instead

garyb72;7965994

I use the new free Microsoft Security Essentials product too and haven't … I use the new free Microsoft Security Essentials product too and haven't looked back. Great piece of non intrusive software.



hooray henry;7966990

Avg free is still good but this slowed my pc down so uninstalled … Avg free is still good but this slowed my pc down so uninstalled it,pity,using Avast instead



Actually Microsoft Security Essentials is very intrusive - it is Spyware and Malware. It installs software called Spynet which you cannot opt out of. This will report to Microsoft all of your installed programs and PC information. Beware if you have Limewire, or a dodgy copy of Microsoft Office installed.

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AVG is a huge resource hog, not only on the CPU but also memory. In Task Manager in the View tab go to Select Columns and tick Memory- Commit Size and Memory- Peak Working Set, and you will see that it uses over 170MB of RAM!

This will slow your PC down no end. Go with Kaspersky or if you want free then go with Avast as mentioned or another one Im trying to remember the name of...

I wouldnt use the free version, never mind this, Use Avira Antivir if you want a free antivirus or Nod32 if you want to pay.

braddersmk2;7965827

fair price.....but you can get nearly as much protection with AVG's FREE … fair price.....but you can get nearly as much protection with AVG's FREE offering, which also updates automatically.:?:?



Yes, just a little thing called a firewall missing...

cpandk;7965886

so whats the difference between AVG Free and this. for under a fiver … so whats the difference between AVG Free and this. for under a fiver it's probably worth getting... unless it does nothing more than the free version!



This is the internet security suite, the free version is anti-virus only. Both versions are sh1te and will seriously sap your PC resources

Banned

No8;7973026

Yes, just a little thing called a firewall missing...



hardly a big deal as Windows includes a firewall and anybody sitting behind a decent router will have hardware protection via NAT

Triggster;7973003

I wouldnt use the free version, never mind this, Use Avira Antivir if you … I wouldnt use the free version, never mind this, Use Avira Antivir if you want a free antivirus or Nod32 if you want to pay.



Agreed, I use Avira, which always gets great reviews, on one of my PC's, and Nod32 on another. Both have served me well.

The price is good, but there's better software out there.

Another vote for Avast! here.

wessie;7973238

hardly a big deal as Windows includes a firewall and anybody sitting … hardly a big deal as Windows includes a firewall and anybody sitting behind a decent router will have hardware protection via NAT



agreed.

No8;7973026

Yes, just a little thing called a firewall missing...



Windows already has a firewall built in

jukkie;7973243

Agreed, I use Avira, which always gets great reviews, on one of my PC's, … Agreed, I use Avira, which always gets great reviews, on one of my PC's, and Nod32 on another. Both have served me well.



Another vote for avira personal (free); it's also dead easy to disable the advertising dialog that pops up each time an update is downloaded.

I used to use AVG free, but it went off the rails around version 7; and turned into bloatware.

Comodo Internet Security - Free and includes a firewall - well reviewed

Avira or microsoft security essentials for free

NOD32 for paid.

As long as you have a decent router you don't really need a firewall beyond windows own unless you are paranoid.

Avira - the best around at the moment. ;-)

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jonpal88;7973917

COLD COLD COLD!! Here we are again with these AVG "deals". Trust me … COLD COLD COLD!! Here we are again with these AVG "deals". Trust me this software is a piece of *****!! I got a virus it didn't pick up or REMOVE!! Also a huge resource hog.. Go for Microsoft security essentials, Avira, Avast or NOD32, but not AVG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


totally agree

ditto

Version 9 caused me a lot of issues with performance (es[ecially on my older laptop) + i was unable to access the internet. Now using Avast which I am very pleased with.

I have Norton installed on my 2 PCs - I take it that nobody recommends that either!?

FunnyBunny1704;7974079

I have Norton installed on my 2 PCs - I take it that nobody recommends … I have Norton installed on my 2 PCs - I take it that nobody recommends that either!?



Not when you can get the same or better protection for free, no........;-)

I wouldn't trust AVG. I am always removing viruses from customers who have AVG installed. It used to be a reasonable product, but not anymore.

Steve

FunnyBunny1704;7974079

I have Norton installed on my 2 PCs - I take it that nobody recommends … I have Norton installed on my 2 PCs - I take it that nobody recommends that either!?



Yes. I recommend that, current version comes out tops for performance and reliability.

Steve

I brought this and have found my computer is really slow when it scans, i am going to get rid of it later as i brought the norton 360 one the other day

Avira free version anti virus works well with Comodo free firewall. Remember to switch off the Windows firewall. Comodo will challenge when installing new programs or updates. Swich to installation mode if installing genuine new software. There will be a daily popup advertising the Premium AVIRA - just click OK to go away. Install Avira first, then Comodo, then switch off Windows firewall.

When installing Comodo - uncheck any extras - like toolbars.
The Avira AV will not always update until you do a full scan - can take a few minutes.
Links
comodo.com/
avira.com/en/…ds/

wessie;7973238

hardly a big deal as Windows includes a firewall and anybody sitting … hardly a big deal as Windows includes a firewall and anybody sitting behind a decent router will have hardware protection via NAT



The router firewall helps (if you've got one) but the windows firewall is next to useless. I find it unbelievable that people will spend £100s on a pc, fill it with irreplaceable photos, movies, bank details and other data, then penny-pinch on decent security software!

EchoRise;7973858

As long as you have a decent router you don't really need a firewall … As long as you have a decent router you don't really need a firewall beyond windows own unless you are paranoid.



More duff gen...

A router will protect you from a general ping attack (so long as you have enabled ping-blocking) but won't protect you from a directed hacking attack towards your PC/network. Doesn't it strike you as strange that software firewalls get updates on almost a daily basis, but the router hardware firewall never needs updating? They do two completely different jobs, and should be used together to give any chance of decent protection.

No8;7974969

More duff gen...A router will protect you from a general ping attack (so … More duff gen...A router will protect you from a general ping attack (so long as you have enabled ping-blocking) but won't protect you from a directed hacking attack towards your PC/network. Doesn't it strike you as strange that software firewalls get updates on almost a daily basis, but the router hardware firewall never needs updating? They do two completely different jobs, and should be used together to give any chance of decent protection.



If you're going to be that paranoid then you should have a hardware firewall, the reason software gets updated all the time is because the nasties out there can target software to turn it off or exploit holes, you can't do that with a router firewall or NAT because it's in hardware it can't easily be disabled.

I recommend Norton these days it's not the same beast it was and it's now one of the best paid for AV apps out there

Used to use AVG Free, use the Microsoft Essentials now. As for firewall, I use Zonealarm the free version, they work together perfectly and for free. Malware Bytes for malware, and when needed I use Spybot, but since switching from AVG to MS Essentials I have had hardly anything negative happening. Anyway, that is my three pence worth! AVG was ok, I suppose if you are looking for consistent respose on all your pc's in a house, perhaps a fiver is worthwhile. choice is yours.

Router h/w firewall + Windows Vista/7 software firewall (with this] little program to enable&control it's outbound connection blocking).
Coupled with a nice light-weight antivirus, as mentioned numerous times already, is all anyone should ever need.

Total additional cost: £0

ah yes, well if ms av is anything like their os, then you will have to reboot after every update:w00t:

Rich44;7975230

If you're going to be that paranoid then you should have a hardware … If you're going to be that paranoid then you should have a hardware firewall, the reason software gets updated all the time is because the nasties out there can target software to turn it off or exploit holes, you can't do that with a router firewall or NAT because it's in hardware it can't easily be disabled.I recommend Norton these days it's not the same beast it was and it's now one of the best paid for AV apps out there



A router IS a hardware firewall! My point is that you shouldn't just rely on the router firewall to protect your network - despite your disparaging remarks about being paranoid, it would seem that you agree because you use Norton!

So we can agree on something, I to use Norton and find it an excellent security suite.

i use this avg and its fine, i paid more than a fiver when i got mine, so its hot from me. good AV:thumbsup:
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