Kaspersky 2013 Anti Virus for 5 PC's - £10.85 delivered (£2.17 per PC) @ Ninjascastle via eBay
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Kaspersky 2013 Anti Virus for 5 PC's - £10.85 delivered (£2.17 per PC) @ Ninjascastle via eBay

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Found 22nd Jul 2013
This is the 2012 version but you get free upgrade to the 2013 version (Confirmed on many forums etc).

Can be got on amazon etc for a few quid more but this is comfortably the cheapest.

Having been the proud user of Microsoft Security essentials for the past two years I got several trojans recently which were undetected so for only £10 I can secure all PC's and Laptops in my house....

Also includes free Mobile Phone security.

This is Kaspersky Internet Security software not just Anti Virus.
- retropolis

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The 3 user license is free for Barclay customers.
Edited by: "Captainbeavus" 22nd Jul 2013

Bought this for my laptop, after 2 months removed it and installed AVG. So slow...................

Good deal.


Kaspersky, like Norton was good but then it just got bigger and bigger...and my PC got slower and slower...It got canned!!

Original Poster

rav4cas

Bought this for my laptop, after 2 months removed it and installed AVG. … Bought this for my laptop, after 2 months removed it and installed AVG. So slow...................



This was slow or AVG?

you_gotta_be_kidding

This was slow or AVG?



Kaspersky.

Used free version of AVG for years, no problems, would recommend

Banned

Captainbeavus

The 3 year license is free for Barclay customers.



3 year licence? Are you sure? I know they do the internet suite(which is antivirus, firewall, etc) 3 pc, 1 year licence.
The number of years us irrelavent as its free as long as you're a Barclay's bank customer.

fowler002

3 year licence? Are you sure? I know they do the internet suite(which is … 3 year licence? Are you sure? I know they do the internet suite(which is antivirus, firewall, etc) 3 pc, 1 year licence.The number of years us irrelavent as its free as long as you're a Barclay's bank customer.



Yeah it's the 3 user licence! Cheers

The discussions on paid-for versus free security software are valid, but I've used Kaspersky for years (as well as most of the free alternatives) and the peace of mind it gives me is priceless. Not to mention 'proper' customer support.
If you don't want to pay for security software - fine. If you do, this is the one to buy.

^^^^^ This.

Most ppl who claim the pc is slow & attribute it to an AV suite would spend their time better by getting ruthless in Add/Remove programs, get a decent defrag, and get very familiar with msconfig

HOT - Kaspersky is the best IMHO - am going for this - thanks to OP

Used kaspersky (barclays and bought!) for a long time now, it's because of deals like this (was a PC-cillin user for many years until upgrades got too greedy!) only ever once had a problem computer went bad, symptoms of a virus, couldn't recover do anything so flattened it, turned out it was a dodgy update from Kaspersky!!!!... they annouced it right after I'd reinstalled everything!

Just use windows security essentials.

Free on xp, vista, 7 and already built into 8.

Used it for 6 years, never had a virus or trojan- ever. I go on a lot of dodgy sites too (piratebay for instance)

Minimal and barely uses any system resources. Best thing microsoft have ever built in my opinion. You're silly if you pay for antivirus if you already have windows.

get linux no viruses

not confirmed on many forums... link or didn't happen

WillieGophar

The discussions on paid-for versus free security software are valid, but … The discussions on paid-for versus free security software are valid, but I've used Kaspersky for years (as well as most of the free alternatives) and the peace of mind it gives me is priceless. Not to mention 'proper' customer support.If you don't want to pay for security software - fine. If you do, this is the one to buy.

True words spoken.

The free version of AVG is good but it does not detect everything. If it did they wouldn't sell their paid for version.

I've been using Kaspersky for years without problems. It does not slow PC performance unless there is conflict elsewhere.

My comments above refer to 'Kaspersky Internet Security' not the listed Anti Virus. Anti Virus does not offer complete protection.
Edited by: "retropolis" 23rd Jul 2013

Not a bad price for a antivirus, however there are very very good free antivirus out there that are as good if not better that paid ones.

avast! free
Microsoft Security Essenstials
AVG 2013 Free
Panda Cloud AntiVirus Free

Will Still Vote HOT

As long as you are a Barclays account holder you get Kaspersky 3 user license for free each year all you need to do is renew it.

Chuck your cash down a well rather than pay for av.

Kaspersky are good - I've used a bunch of 3 month trials in the past, but I have had no trouble with AVG free, so I'm not buying this time.

I also get dubious of how eBay sellers can sell Kaspersky so so cheap, when compared with going to Kaspersky direct. It must be to do with overstock of old 2012 discs that people need to get rid of, but still (*shifty eyes*)

Edited by: "Bojo0789" 23rd Jul 2013

Will this work on a server env, specifically win 2008 + 2012?

Kaspersky Pure, my recommendation, 6 months trial from facebook and there's no limit of trial.

The 3 user license free from Barclays is 'Kaspersky Internet Security' and not comparable to 'Kaspersky Anti Virus'. The OP has currently listed this as 'Anti Virus' in the heading at 8.10pm, 23rd July. The seller lists it as 'Kaspersky Internet Security'

'Kaspersky Anti Virus' does not have the following. 'Kaspersky Internet Security' does.

Anti-Phishing protects your digital identity
Safe Money protects data during online financial transactions
Two-Way Firewall blocks hacker attacks
Application Control prevents suspicious and dangerous applications from harming your system
Quick launch of Virtual Keyboard defeats keyloggers and screen capture malware
Secure Keyboard protects personal data entered via a physical keyboard
Award-Winning Parental Controls monitor, limit and block kids’ online activities
Anti-Spam filters unwanted emails
Anti-Banner blocks annoying banner ads

Based on version 2013 which you can upgrade to.

Free Avast AV + Free Malwarebytes & (occasional) free ESET (NOD32) online scan FTW!

Voted hot for the price though!

good deal, thx

Good deal for the price. People need to look at independent av reviews before deciding which one to get. There are big differences in detection rates and just because your PC works does not mean you are not virused / trojaned up to the hilt!!!!

tight_guju

Will this work on a server env, specifically win 2008 + 2012?



No. Kaspersky have a server suite.

free with Barclays account :-)

Dench85

free with Barclays account :-)


thanks I missed the other 5 posts saying that ;-)

WillieGophar

The discussions on paid-for versus free security software are valid, but … The discussions on paid-for versus free security software are valid, but I've used Kaspersky for years (as well as most of the free alternatives) and the peace of mind it gives me is priceless. Not to mention 'proper' customer support.If you don't want to pay for security software - fine. If you do, this is the one to buy.



i've used kaspersky for years too. it's a pain switching anti-virus once you're used to it. but their customer support is rubbish. i highlighted a bug on their software earlier this year and they refused to investigate unless i paid them for premium support. i told them i'd been a customer for years and had spent thousands on their products and they should be glad to find out about a bug in their software, but they didn't care.

billy2bushey

i've used kaspersky for years too. it's a pain switching anti-virus once … i've used kaspersky for years too. it's a pain switching anti-virus once you're used to it. but their customer support is rubbish. i highlighted a bug on their software earlier this year and they refused to investigate unless i paid them for premium support. i told them i'd been a customer for years and had spent thousands on their products and they should be glad to find out about a bug in their software, but they didn't care.


Really? I'm genuinely surprised. I had a similar issue and couldn't have received better service. It was actually an incompatability problem with, of all things, Flash on the pogo.com games site, but they sorted it out.

WillieGophar

Really? I'm genuinely surprised. I had a similar issue and couldn't … Really? I'm genuinely surprised. I had a similar issue and couldn't have received better service. It was actually an incompatability problem with, of all things, Flash on the pogo.com games site, but they sorted it out.



i guess i ended up with a jobsworth support technician but you got lucky.
still, rather have kaspersky than mcafee.

mattturner756

Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already … Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already built into 8.Used it for 6 years, never had a virus or trojan- ever. I go on a lot of dodgy sites too (piratebay for instance)Minimal and barely uses any system resources. Best thing microsoft have ever built in my opinion. You're silly if you pay for antivirus if you already have windows.



6 years eh ??? hmm the beta didn't come out till 2009

"
On 23 June 2009, Microsoft released a public beta to 75,000 users in the United States, Israel, China and Brazil. Anticipated to be available in 20 markets and 10 languages, the product was scheduled for release before the end of 2009;[21] the final build was released on 29 September 2009"


* it was windows defender before that
Edited by: "TALON1973" 23rd Jul 2013

mattturner756

Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already … Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already built into 8.Used it for 6 years, never had a virus or trojan- ever. I go on a lot of dodgy sites too (piratebay for instance)Minimal and barely uses any system resources. Best thing microsoft have ever built in my opinion. You're silly if you pay for antivirus if you already have windows.

mattturner756

Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already … Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already built into 8.Used it for 6 years, never had a virus or trojan- ever. I go on a lot of dodgy sites too (piratebay for instance)Minimal and barely uses any system resources. Best thing microsoft have ever built in my opinion. You're silly if you pay for antivirus if you already have windows.

AVG Free_Free enuff said

mattturner756

Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already … Just use windows security essentials.Free on xp, vista, 7 and already built into 8.Used it for 6 years, never had a virus or trojan- ever. I go on a lot of dodgy sites too (piratebay for instance)Minimal and barely uses any system resources. Best thing microsoft have ever built in my opinion. You're silly if you pay for antivirus if you already have windows.


The only person who is 'silly' - is you.

Microsoft Security Essentials/Windows Defender (Windows 8 equivalent) is probably the worst anti-virus software you could use. Period.

Before giving advice in future mattturner756, please do some research, here are some links to give people an idea.

The first two links are from 'AV-TEST', who do independent testing of anti-virus software. The first link is for, Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows 7 (MSE for short) which shows you the awful results of the software, in fact, MSE came last in the 'Protection' category out of all 25 anti-virus programs tested by AV-TEST with a shocking 1.0 out of 6.0 points.

AV-TEST - Nov/Dec 2012 (Windows 7)

This second link, Windows Defender for Windows 8 (which uses the same virus definitions as MSE), also received appalling results. Again, Microsoft came last out of 26 contenders in the same category as before - 'Protection', with a disappointing 2.0 out of 6.0 points.

AV-TEST - Jan/Feb 2013 (Windows 8.)

Finally, Expert Reviews sums up Microsoft's Security Essentials nicely: 'It’s free and melds seamlessly with Windows but it doesn't provide as much defence as we’d like'

Expert Reviews Link

If you want even more evidence of Microsoft's substandard anti-virus software, there's more on the web.

Banned

Windows system care free

Avast,Free versionHas never let me down in 10 years,On multiple computers.The problem with paid, is that the subscription runs out and you have to pay it if you don't you're vulnerable.As others have said, Microsoft Security essentials is rubbish.
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