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Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 10 Devices £14.41 with code
Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 10 Devices £14.41 with code

Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 10 Devices £14.41 with code

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Use code KASP15 for 15% off the £16.95 price. £1.44 per device.
This is for 12 months protection.

3% Quidco

4% TCB

- cjhilton49

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a further price reduction from a couple of weeks ago,yes Barclay's customers can get for free,this is a good product at a great price imo,thanks op
3% Quidco
4% TCB

Read the description and don't know if this for a year protection or life, does anyone know?
I currently use avast and they charge per year.

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vkash2236

Read the description and don't know if this for a year protection or … Read the description and don't know if this for a year protection or life, does anyone know? I currently use avast and they charge per year.


The price is for 12 months. I have used Kaspersky for a few year and have always found it to be very effective but not as intrusive as Norton or McAfee.

cjhilton49

a further price reduction from a couple of weeks ago,yes Barclay's … a further price reduction from a couple of weeks ago,yes Barclay's customers can get for free,this is a good product at a great price imo,thanks op3% Quidco4% TCB



​Hi
Is the Barclay's one free for the first year only? or throughout ones account?
thanks

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polarbaba

​HiIs the Barclay's one free for the first year only? or throughout ones … ​HiIs the Barclay's one free for the first year only? or throughout ones account?thanks


I believe the Barclays offer is for two devices only. The Mymemory deal is for 10 devices PC/Android/Mac

polarbaba

​HiIs the Barclay's one free for the first year only? or throughout ones … ​HiIs the Barclay's one free for the first year only? or throughout ones account?thanks


I have it from Barclay's it's free for as long as you bank with Barclay's,just needs free update each year.

Yeh Barclays is free for online banking customers and max 2 devices renew each year online

Just get AVG, not full of spyware

cjhilton49

I have it from Barclay's it's free for as long as you bank with … I have it from Barclay's it's free for as long as you bank with Barclay's,just needs free update each year.



​thank you.

thank you

I think you'll find it's AVG that is the more intrusive. This or ESET are my picks

Thanks, OP. Heat added.

As it looks like this is for a years subscription, can u use it for just one device for 10 years?
Edited by: "png666" 25th Oct 2016

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png666

As it looks like this is for a years subscription, can u use just one … As it looks like this is for a years subscription, can u use just one device for 10 years?


Don't think so. The 12 month clock starts ticking when the first device uses the first subscription.

gordo1964

Don't think so. The 12 month clock starts ticking when the first device … Don't think so. The 12 month clock starts ticking when the first device uses the first subscription.


Shame that would have been scorchio!!

How does compare to the 2017 edition?

No deals for one device only?

It'd be great if I could pay £1.44 only for one device

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stec77

How does compare to the 2017 edition?


From past experience the code you are given will work for the next version. At one point The Works were selling old retail boxes of internet protection but the code worked on the most recent version. I cant imaging staples etc throwing all the 2016 boxes away on the 31st December.

Previous versions of Kaspersky used to be a bit heavy in terms of resource usage, that said it did seem to do the job it said on the Tin and for under £15 for a 10 device license it's probably worthwhile.

djdanj89

Just get AVG, not full of spyware


Are you claiming that Kaspersky is full of spyware? Care to back up that aspersion?

dragon2611

Previous versions of Kaspersky used to be a bit heavy in terms of … Previous versions of Kaspersky used to be a bit heavy in terms of resource usage, that said it did seem to do the job it said on the Tin and for under £15 for a 10 device license it's probably worthwhile.



There was a fairly big rewrite of their engine a while back. The resource use is now one of the best.
Check the performance section: av-test.org/en/…57/ - It beats the industry average on all metrics they list.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not a fanboy and will use whatever is best each year, but they're pretty much nailed it the last 2 years.

Still £7 on a post I posted a while ago, 1 Year, 2017 version and 5 devices.
Edited by: "Farhan007" 25th Oct 2016

nomnomnomnom

There was a fairly big rewrite of their engine a while back. The resource … There was a fairly big rewrite of their engine a while back. The resource use is now one of the best.Check the performance section: https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/windows-7/august-2016/kaspersky-lab-internet-security-2017-163157/ - It beats the industry average on all metrics they list.Don't get me wrong, I'm not a fanboy and will use whatever is best each year, but they're pretty much nailed it the last 2 years.



Nice, I did just install the eval version on a fairly low end laptop and it seemed ok, certainly much better than it would have been a few years back

djdanj89

Just get AVG, not full of spyware



Get AVG and you'll soon be riddled with Spyware...

I've been using 2017 Total Security for a few weeks now and it is over aggressive in it's detections and despite changing settings to ignore certain files and not to delete some that it sees as being malware, it still does so.

Paid £40 for this last year, (10 licenses) I get it every year and swear by it, as others have said, it is not intrusive, it always come top in the magazines. I had a bit of a misunderstanding with mine last year, very easy to contact them and they really helped.

Farhan007

Still £7 on a post I posted a while ago, 1 Year, 2017 version and 5 … Still £7 on a post I posted a while ago, 1 Year, 2017 version and 5 devices.



*Your Kaspersky licence will be blacklisted and you will be refunded if … *Your Kaspersky licence will be blacklisted and you will be refunded if your Membership ID is not verified by Barclays.



Think they've worked out some people were taking advantage of their previous offer. (_;)

Works on Android devices to keep the kids safe to on phones and tablets. Password manager and find my device to.

entrust your devices to * russians

m-hm!

is this 1998? antivirus? antivirus you have to pay for? wtf? who voted this hot?

Banned

pajast

is this 1998? antivirus? antivirus you have to pay for? wtf? who voted … is this 1998? antivirus? antivirus you have to pay for? wtf? who voted this hot?


Unless you use a Linux distro an anti-virus (a good one not crap like AVG) is needed that goes for Windows and Mac.

Banned

As a Barclays client I get KIS free yearly. It's by far the best AV out there, imo.

Don't forget you can have Sophos free for up to ten PC's at home.

home.sophos.com/reg

Spasho

Unless you use a Linux distro an anti-virus (a good one not crap like … Unless you use a Linux distro an anti-virus (a good one not crap like AVG) is needed that goes for Windows and Mac.


Not entirely true, I haven't purchased an antivirus in years (and also don't use the free downloadables like AVG). Windows has it covered themselves with windows essentials and windows security. Never had a problem after getting rid of the additional antivirus, yet when I used to use Norton I got hacked also nobody I know now use any purchasable antivirus. All seems a bit of a con.

Same here pricedroppin, used it on xp too no hacks. Occasionally I run SEARCH and destroy but it never finds anything anymore since using security essentials.

ldx00

I think you'll find it's AVG that is the more intrusive. This or ESET are … I think you'll find it's AVG that is the more intrusive. This or ESET are my picks



Fully agreed! I have tried several over the years. ESET or this performed far better and most importantly taking less system resources

ldx00

I think you'll find it's AVG that is the more intrusive. This or ESET are … I think you'll find it's AVG that is the more intrusive. This or ESET are my picks



I have been let down by free AVG in the past. I also use Eset NOD32 and get cheap licences on eBay or Amazon. This product works well, is unobtrusive and has good telephone support.

Just a side note - Kid-safe is awesome! Locks those pesky tablets and phones DOWN, no apps bypassing youtube protection etc. or going to 'nanas' and getting access to any content. Brilliant
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