Kaspersky Internet Security 2017- £7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10 (+£1.99 non-Prime) at Amazon
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2017- £7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10 (+£1.99 non-Prime) at Amazon

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Found 1st Jun 2017
£7.49 for 1 device, £10.49 for 3, £10.99 for 5 or £12.49 for 10.

Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall
Keeps you safe from viruses, attacks, fraud, snoopers and more
Helps you protect your PC, Mac and Android phones & tablets
Protects your privacy - by blocking phishing, tracking and spying
Adds an extra layer of security for online shopping and banking
Makes it easy to protect kids - via Parental Control on PC & Mac
Helps your devices to keep performing as they were designed to
Simplifies your security - with easy-to-use, online set up & control
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Wow that's a good price. I need more devices since Barclays only offers 2. The £10.99 one sounds good X)
Worth adding that 5 devices is only £10.99 as a digital download (and who has DVD Drives on their laptops these days anyway?)
perfect - thanks OP
If you're a Barclays customer, you can get the 5 device version for £6.99:
barclays.co.uk/sec…ty/
or the 1 device version for free
Been waiting for this to arrive. £13 for the 10 device physical version. Great stuff, and at renewal time too.

EDIT: Didn't see this was for Internet Security only. Total Security is £13.46 for 10 devices. Much better value.
Edited by: "Pyongyang" 1st Jun 2017
These are great prices. I've ordered one ready for next April when my existing subscription expires. It's worth noting my that the activation codes on these products are only valid until the the end of 2019. I'm hoping that means you have until the end of 2019 to activate the licence for a year rather than only giving you a licence until the end of 2019.
Amazon installer link needs updating so might be worth picking it up at Kaspersky direct
I've been waiting for it to be cheap again. I didn't expect it to be this cheap. Thank you OP
Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as good or better than this.
Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same device?
Pyongyang

Been waiting for this to arrive. £13 for the 10 device physical version. … Been waiting for this to arrive. £13 for the 10 device physical version. Great stuff, and at renewal time too. :)EDIT: Didn't see this was for Internet Security only. Total Security is £13.46 for 10 devices. Much better value.


Went for the total security. You should put that up as a deal on here.
neilgwood

If you're a Barclays customer, you can get the 5 device version for … If you're a Barclays customer, you can get the 5 device version for £6.99:https://www.barclays.co.uk/security/free-kaspersky-internet-security/


Or free for 2 devices (been utilising this for years), wife banks with Barclays as well so we cover 4 devices for free and use the service to renew each year.
Razwaz

Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same … Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same device?



Yep keep the product and use it when required, I bought 3 2 years ago, just going into my 3rd year now.
Siddas

Went for the total security. You should put that up as a deal on here.




I decided to take you up on that suggestion.
Looks like the deal was flagged as spam. Sorry all.
Pyongyang

Looks like the deal was flagged as spam. Sorry all.



cant see it anyway

found it - cheers
Edited by: "phatbhoy" 1st Jun 2017
Pyongyang

Looks like the deal was flagged as spam. Sorry all.


MODS - Pyongyang's deal is for a different item at a different price - PLEASE CAN YOU UN-SPAM IT.
Sweet.. Excellent price and product.
Been using this for years on two devices obtained from Barclays.

Never had issues with it, if it does block something, it can easily be turned off, unlike mcafee
Razwaz

Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same … Can you stack the devices onto one to get multiple years on the same device?



I hope so!
"Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "

Does that include the UK government? (spoiler, no)

en.wikipedia.org/wik…016


"ISPs now retain UK internet users' "Internet connection records" – which websites were visited but not the particular pages and not the full browsing history – for one year"
eslick

Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as … Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as good or better than this.



Indeed. Windows Defender on Windows 10 is just as good, and completely free
Can't believe people still pay money for antivirus software. Plenty of free alternatives that are just as good
eslick

Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as … Have to say it sorry there are plenty of free service that are just as good or better than this.



I'm certainly one for taking the free option when it's a good option but the usual free ones are full of false positives which kinda defeats the purpose - may as well say "Want free protection? Turn your net off."

Never liked Kaspersky mind, tends to get it's settings mixed up, and nowhere near as good as ESET, but it has still been one of the better ones.
Does kaspersky catch googl.co.uk as a threat yet? Bitdefender free does.
** click link at own risk **
great price for 10
MisterTIBS

I'm certainly one for taking the free option when it's a good option but … I'm certainly one for taking the free option when it's a good option but the usual free ones are full of false positives which kinda defeats the purpose - may as well say "Want free protection? Turn your net off."Never liked Kaspersky mind, tends to get it's settings mixed up, and nowhere near as good as ESET, but it has still been one of the better ones.



Never had a false positive with Avira, people think they can't be any good because they are free but that's not the case.
I picked up the deal last year when KTS was £6.99. I have disabled everything apart from the file AV. Been using Kaspersky AV/IS/TS since 2004 and it's hands down one of the best anti viruses around.
Is this better than norton?
Shard

"Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "Does that include the UK government? … "Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "Does that include the UK government? (spoiler, no)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Investigatory_Powers_Act_2016 "ISPs now retain UK internet users' "Internet connection records" – which websites were visited but not the particular pages and not the full browsing history – for one year"



Kaspersky offers a VPN service with overseas servers so your browsing is not viewable by your ISP. It's secure unless the govt can break VPN encryption, can identify your traffic at the overseas point of exit or Kaspersky are willing to provide logs to the UK govt if forced. I'd tend to go for a VPN service not based in the UK and with a very clear policy on what they do in various instances. At the moment I use F-Secure Freedome but Protonmail's VPN is likely to be more rigorous when it comes to privacy.
Shard

"Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "Does that include the UK government? … "Keeps you safe from ...snoopers "Does that include the UK government? (spoiler, no)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Investigatory_Powers_Act_2016 "ISPs now retain UK internet users' "Internet connection records" – which websites were visited but not the particular pages and not the full browsing history – for one year"



Spoiler yes, well kinda

VPNS will not let send data to isp, BUT spoilers aint 100% safe, if you're doing stuff highly illegal like selling drugs online yes the police can ask VPN service for your info but just use Tor since its safer, what black market seller doesnt use tor? Lol
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eslick

Never had a false positive with Avira, people think they can't be any … Never had a false positive with Avira, people think they can't be any good because they are free but that's not the case.



Not me personally, but I tried Avira and wasn't good for me, even allowing for the advertising. It's possible that was one which it wasn't the FPs reason, unlike Avast, AVG, etc, which definitely tried to say even programs I'd wrote were viruses...
TENDIEEEEESSSSSSSS

Spoiler yes, well kindaVPNS will not let send data to isp, BUT spoilers … Spoiler yes, well kindaVPNS will not let send data to isp, BUT spoilers aint 100% safe, if you're doing stuff highly illegal like selling drugs online yes the police can ask VPN service for your info but just use Tor since its safer, what black market seller doesnt use tor? Lol



they can only get your info if they keep logs, a good VPN shouldnt keep logs and some of the big companies have proven this in the past when they have been requested by the court to provide them.
£29.99 now.
alexc100

Indeed. Windows Defender on Windows 10 is just as good, and completely … Indeed. Windows Defender on Windows 10 is just as good, and completely free



https://www.howtogeek.com/225385/what’s-the-best-antivirus-for-windows-10-is-windows-defender-good-enough/

"If you want the absolute best protection: then you’re going to have to pay a little bit for it. Kaspersky is consistently ranked at the top of various antivirus tests, and we like its interface, so if you want the best possible protection for your PC, look no further".
mluton

Yep keep the product and use it when required, I bought 3 2 years ago, … Yep keep the product and use it when required, I bought 3 2 years ago, just going into my 3rd year now.



Not true .. I bought the 3 device product on this advice and only received 1 code. A quick google and their website says otherwise:

blog.kaspersky.com/faq…52/

Did you get 1 code or 3 codes?
k9plus1

Not true .. I bought the 3 device product on this advice and only … Not true .. I bought the 3 device product on this advice and only received 1 code. A quick google and their website says otherwise:https://blog.kaspersky.com/faq-product-license/2152/#fDid you get 1 code or 3 codes?



I bought 3 x 5 Devices Licence. Then used them one after another.
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