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KASPERSKY Anti-Virus 2011 (3 users) £23.99 (rrp £39.99) @ pcworld/currys
KASPERSKY Anti-Virus 2011 (3 users) £23.99 (rrp £39.99) @ pcworld/currys

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Kaspersky's Anti-Virus 2011 pack delivers the basic tools needed to keep your PC safe while operating it on the web, or on any network. This package contains a full one-year license for three users, perfect for family or small office use.

Improved, updated, and featuring a handy new easy-access Desktop gadget that lets you immediately access key features, Kaspersky...


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15 Comments

Voted Cold (is that comment ok?)

Avast!, AVG, Avira, MS Essentials????

Microsoft Security Essentials is free.

In all seriousness, I like Kaspersky but normally pick up a three user for about £12-13. It is usually the previous edition but then just upgrade to newsest version.

had this = too heavy for my pc
used free avast = brilliant
even found stuff kaspersky didnt
very dissapointed with it
pete
Edited by: "peterdarlison" 20th Oct 2010

Cheap_n_Nicety

In all seriousness, I like Kaspersky but normally pick up a three user … In all seriousness, I like Kaspersky but normally pick up a three user for about £12-13. It is usually the previous edition but then just upgrade to newsest version.



if you have a barclays account then its free

a search on here for kaspersky shows a 1-user licence for 5.99:
hotukdeals.com/dea…424
and various offers for 3-user licences less than a tenner (some of which might be out of date, but there are usually offers around for kaspersky or norton which is slightly better imo)

or free from barclays

is that enough comment?
cold

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Voted Cold (is that comment ok?)



+ 1. Hope you find this acceptable?:{

amazon is 22.97 delivered for 3-licence, play 22.99

i could go on...

A message to "fawcett".
Posting a deal about Internet Security is
like a red rag to a bull on this site.
It's worse than uttering the word "Jehovah"
in the Monty Python film "Life of Brian"

There we go again

awww - why expired - wanted to add my cold vote too ....

wow... so many morons using avast and avg.

Just for starters ....av-comparatives.org/ the proactive test on may 2010 is quite a good example, the best paid antivirus get 50% the worst free ones get 25%, now sorry if i feel that only finding a quarter of viruses proactively is a little worrying.

There are other examples of the free anti viruses getting hammered as well if you keep reading a few of the tests.

Then there is the type of coverage, okay avg is free... but you have no firewall, and honestly most people dont udnerstand standalone firewalls, then there is data protection, tune up programs, and child protection stuff.

Also just for example kaspersky comes with tune up utilities included now which retails for £20, what does avg come with? ermmm nothing.

As for people saying you should buy 2009 and upgrade, possibly cheaper in long run, but your running the risk of kaspersky noticing and upping the upgrade price.

@cozzb

Mate. If you had actually read that website's report that you linked to you'd have seen that the free ones (Avast etc.) actually detected MORE malware than the paid ones! (99% to 98%)

In addition, in proactive tests Microsoft Essentials performed better than most of the paid ones and only a couple of percent behind the top performers.

Combined with the fact that they didn't even include Comodo in the survey above gives me little reason to consider switching to a paid version.


Edited by: "chewmonster" 20th Oct 2010

Using Avast, Spybot and MS Firewall, along with router set up to only allow particular ports ... i've not had a virus for over 2 years.

No need to pay for bloatware like nortons, although having used Kaspersky in the past i found it quite good, but it offers little advantage over the free programs and common sense I use.

Common sense like not opening up attachments on emails from random sources helps, along with keeping away from dodgy sites ...

I find the latest version of Avast to have a nice small footprint, and not to be too intrusive - strange to be called a moron for such a thing though - I guess you need some perspective on life if this gets you riled up.
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