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Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 5 Users Multi device 1 Year Sealed DVD Case ( £3 a device ) £15.48 7dayshop
Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 5 Users Multi device 1 Year Sealed DVD Case  ( £3 a device ) £15.48 7dayshop

Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 5 Users Multi device 1 Year Sealed DVD Case ( £3 a device ) £15.48 7dayshop

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Looks a good price for a physical copy of the product

- Yes barclay customers get is free ( but most of us are not barclay customers )

- and Yes the geeks may argue which anti virus is better etc

- price in inc delivery

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Kaspersky Lab’s award-winning security technologies are renowned for their ability to protect against the very latest threats. And the company’s cloud-assisted security continually adds to your defences against new malware and Internet dangers as well as blocking banner adverts and making it easy for you to filter out annoying spam messages.

With up to 5 users on this product, secure any combination of 5 PCs, Mac & Android devices with multi-layered protection Kaspersky Internet Security - Multi-Device. There are also anti-theft features that let you lock, wipe and locate lost or stolen Android devices.

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Haha like your description, heat

Kaspersky consistently gets top reviews for their anti-virus and internet security software.

I do get mine free from Barclays. It works on up to 3 devices and they renew it every year for free. The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied for internet banking, then withdrew £10, couldn't you just leave £1 in the bank and get the same thing for no extra cost each year?

who pays for stuff like this these days?

Spod

Kaspersky consistently gets top reviews for their anti-virus and internet … Kaspersky consistently gets top reviews for their anti-virus and internet security software. I do get mine free from Barclays. It works on up to 3 devices and they renew it every year for free. The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied for internet banking, then withdrew £10, couldn't you just leave £1 in the bank and get the same thing for no extra cost each year?



I think they clamped down and people doing that from last year. Not 100% sure though.

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Spod

Kaspersky consistently gets top reviews for their anti-virus and internet … Kaspersky consistently gets top reviews for their anti-virus and internet security software. I do get mine free from Barclays. It works on up to 3 devices and they renew it every year for free. The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied for internet banking, then withdrew £10, couldn't you just leave £1 in the bank and get the same thing for no extra cost each year?




always one..........................

2 devices now.

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nope definitely 5. be quick as i think its a flash sale

skykid3

who pays for stuff like this these days?



​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring to mind

spannerzone

​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring … ​people that want decent protection and aren't Barclay's customers spring to mind



common sense with a free antivirus + free firewall are perfectly adequate

If you're an idiot (I mean dont use common sense online) and pay for a security suite you can still get infected

But anyway if you're running a business I would pay

Spod

The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied … The thing is, if you opened up a Barclays account with £11 and applied for internet banking, then withdrew £10, couldn't you just leave £1 in the bank and get the same thing for no extra cost each year?



​Thats the hukd spirit
Edited by: "tan159" 22nd Sep 2016

skykid3

common sense with a free antivirus + free firewall are perfectly adequate … common sense with a free antivirus + free firewall are perfectly adequate If you're an idiot (I mean dont use common sense online) and pay for a security suite you can still get infectedBut anyway if you're running a business I would pay



​i don't disagree and I do exactly that but common sense is not nearly as common as the name suggests!
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