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BitDefender Total Security 2010 (Including antivirus, anti spyware etc) - 3 USER EDITION - £18.99 (RRP 44.95) Delivered @ 7DayShop
BitDefender Total Security 2010 (Including antivirus, anti spyware etc)  - 3 USER EDITION - £18.99 (RRP 44.95) Delivered @ 7DayShop

BitDefender Total Security 2010 (Including antivirus, anti spyware etc) - 3 USER EDITION - £18.99 (RRP 44.95) Delivered @ 7DayShop

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The Ultimate in Protection
BitDefender Total Security 2010 provides comprehensive proactive protection against all Internet security threats, along with system maintenance and backup, without slowing down your PCs.

Protects against viruses and other malware using industry-leading technology
Prevents personal information from leaking via e-mail, Web or instant messaging
Instant Messaging Encryption keeps your conversations private on Yahoo! and MSN Messenger
The two-way firewall automatically secures your Internet connection wherever you are
Parental Control blocks access to inappropriate websites and e-mail
Reduces the system load and avoids requesting user interaction during game play

Exclusive Features
Confidently download, share and open files from friends, family, co-workers and even total strangers
Protect your identity: shop, bank, listen and watch, privately and securely
Guard your files and conversations with top-of-the line encryption
Connect securely to any network at home, at the office, or away
Protect your family and their computers
Play safely, play seamlessly
Get fine-tuned performance from your computer!
Let professionals solve any security issues

Keep your computer on the fast track -- BitDefender won't slow your PC's performance down to a crawl.

Full information can be found at: Bitdefender.co.uk

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That RRP is way off. It's about £20 on Amazon

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stevefreebie;7453406

That RRP is way off. It's about £20 on Amazon



Still better price thn Amazon. Right?

2 star rating by ]AV comparatives. :roll:

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stevefreebie;7453406

That RRP is way off. It's about £20 on Amazon



RRP's mean nothing really so I'm not sure why everyone mentions them, It's only a recommended price and virtually no retailer sells it at the RRP unless it's a very popular item.

RRP would be correct, it is £44.95 if you want to buy it direct from ]bitdefender.co.uk

Cheaper than ]Amazon...

This is the premier product from bitdefender as shown here: ]feature list

Remember to factor that in when comparing other AV products.

2 star rating by AV comparatives.



Out of a 3 star system... Besides, with enough googling you can find the review result you are looking for...
]PC Advisor
]TechRadar
]PCmag
]Bitdefender Awards

All I know is I work with most major flavours of A/V that our precious snowflakes install to their PCs. Norton, macafee, kaspersky, panda, avg et al are all resource hogs.

IMO Bitdefender & ]NOD32 are the 2 most lightweight & effective paid for AV clients I have seen in real world SO/HO use.

At least with NOD32/Bitdefender you can invoke a game/laptop mode that will reduce AV activity while you game / are on the move. During any other net activity you would want to be protected anyway.

Also, I can verify Bitdefender/NOD32 plays nice on Win 7 x64 builds, also both are happily protecting separate bitch boxes with low system resource.

As ever though, (especially when installing AV reactively on a potentially infected system), your mileage may vary.

HTH

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northernlights;7454542

RRP would be correct, it is £44.95 if you want to buy it direct from … RRP would be correct, it is £44.95 if you want to buy it direct from ]bitdefender.co.ukCheaper than ]Amazon...This is the premier product from bitdefender as shown here: ]feature listRemember to factor that in when comparing other AV products.Out of a 3 star system... Besides, with enough googling you can find the review result you are looking for...]PC Advisor]TechRadar]PCmag]Bitdefender AwardsAll I know is I work with most major flavours of A/V that our precious snowflakes install to their PCs. Norton, macafee, kaspersky, panda, avg et al are all resource hogs.IMO Bitdefender & ]NOD32 are the 2 most lightweight & effective paid for AV clients I have seen in real world SO/HO use.At least with NOD32/Bitdefender you can invoke a game/laptop mode that will reduce AV activity while you game / are on the move. During any other net activity you would want to be protected anyway.Also, I can verify Bitdefender/NOD32 plays nice on Win 7 x64 builds, also both are happily protecting separate bitch boxes with low system resource.As ever though, (especially when installing AV reactively on a potentially infected system), your mileage may vary.HTH



You are absolutely right. Both of these are good rated and light weight AV.

How surprising, 15+ hours and not ONE mention of free anti virus software! :?

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nihcaj;7459218

How surprising, 15+ hours and not ONE mention of free anti virus … How surprising, 15+ hours and not ONE mention of free anti virus software! :?



Thanks
I have included in the title, about antivirus , anti spyware etc.

nihcaj;7459218

How surprising, 15+ hours and not ONE mention of free anti virus … How surprising, 15+ hours and not ONE mention of free anti virus software! :?



LOL. Thats exactly what I expected to see. Lots of "know-all" guys suggesting all sorts of things.

Choosing a security solution is a minefield, as a 2010 can be better or worse than a 2009 product, reviews differ from site to site and for most people it is just too confusing.
The best advice is be sensible and at least use something...I use the new microsoft essentials, backed up by Malwarebytes on windows 7 with a firewall on my router and the win7 firewall (tried some third party and they were awful)
I have run vista with Norton 2010 and it was as good as gold, however, when I upgraded I felt as a sensible surfer no need for an expensive suite....regular back ups are also essential.
Thats my ha'penny worth anyway.
Heat added good value for a well regarded suite.

expertreviews.co.uk/int…d/2

A comparison of the Free AV's including AVG, Avast, Avira and Microsoft Secrutiy Essentials. Just fell into my email box.

Just downloaded the Bitdefender 30 day trial, did a full virus check but gave up after 12 hours and still scanning, having found nothing.

I have it running on my Windows 7 PC and its excellent, could do with another key though for my laptop.

best av programs are paid for. free av programs are doing exactly what you pay for............lol

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......and that surprises you after the thread has been dead for THREE MONTHS, on an item posted over SIX MONTHS ago?

Ok keep your hair on mate! I didnt see the expired note
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