Kaspersky internet security 2011 £5.00 @ Asda instore
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Kaspersky internet security 2011 £5.00 @ Asda instore

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Found 28th Aug 2013
could be national. seems a great price for a good security program. I use it myself on my pc and mobile phone
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it's probably cheap because they are now on 2014 version making this about three years old

jw021979

it's probably cheap because they are now on 2014 version making this … it's probably cheap because they are now on 2014 version making this about three years old



Can't go on that. Kaspersky give free upgrades to latest version. Stonking deal!

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jw021979

it's probably cheap because they are now on 2014 version making this … it's probably cheap because they are now on 2014 version making this about three years old


Regardless u still get an upgrade (free) and still get daily updates so doesnt matter on the year.

don't really care about software version...it's all about virus definition

I just bought the 2013 version (3 PC) after my 2012 version expired because I wasn't sure if the earlier versions, which were much cheaper, would upgrade to exactly the same product. I assumed there was an advantage of buying the latest version....would I have ended up with the same product if I had bought a 2011 or 2012?

What I do is buy one of these cheap, old versions, download the latest version from their website, then use the code to activate it.

Not worth buying any paid for version. Flaws in software and default configurations make computers vulnerable. Some people will always get viruses and trojans. Social engineering will get others. No software program can/will fully protect them.
The free versions of these programs when simply used to scan executables (etc) and a user's hard disk occasionally will (IMO) provide enough protection if regularly updated.
Toolbars are a great source of computer slowdown. As far as I know, antivirus programs don't remove toolbars. I know at least one that installs one by default!

Lou Scotland

I just bought the 2013 version (3 PC) after my 2012 version expired … I just bought the 2013 version (3 PC) after my 2012 version expired because I wasn't sure if the earlier versions, which were much cheaper, would upgrade to exactly the same product. I assumed there was an advantage of buying the latest version....would I have ended up with the same product if I had bought a 2011 or 2012?



Yep. You just download the latest trial/update version and activate with the key you bought, and use the CD as a coaster.

kaspersky.co.uk/dow…ity


If anyone happens to have a Barclays online account you can get a three user licence free, by clicking a link on the account home page.

Includes small business accounts too, but I believe the link wont work in business accounts until you phone Barclays up the first time you do it.





Edited by: "melted" 29th Aug 2013

What type is this? 1 user/3 users?

jasee

Not worth buying any paid for version. Flaws in software and default … Not worth buying any paid for version. Flaws in software and default configurations make computers vulnerable. Some people will always get viruses and trojans. Social engineering will get others. No software program can/will fully protect them.The free versions of these programs when simply used to scan executables (etc) and a user's hard disk occasionally will (IMO) provide enough protection if regularly updated.Toolbars are a great source of computer slowdown. As far as I know, antivirus programs don't remove toolbars. I know at least one that installs one by default!


jasee

Not worth buying any paid for version. Flaws in software and default … Not worth buying any paid for version. Flaws in software and default configurations make computers vulnerable. Some people will always get viruses and trojans. Social engineering will get others. No software program can/will fully protect them.The free versions of these programs when simply used to scan executables (etc) and a user's hard disk occasionally will (IMO) provide enough protection if regularly updated.Toolbars are a great source of computer slowdown. As far as I know, antivirus programs don't remove toolbars. I know at least one that installs one by default!



I have used kapersky for a few years and believe its easily worth paying for. Kaspersky is good at real time blocking and has a safe mode that I use for internet explorer that I find very useful and gives extra protection. Each to their own.

I also use malware detection and removal programs; spybot etc
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