Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 10 Devices, 1 Year £17.89 delivered @ costco
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 10 Devices, 1 Year £17.89 delivered @ costco

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Found 27th Nov
part of costco cyber monday deals

max 2 deals

£1.79 to protect each device for a year is excellent value

well respected security software

  • Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall
  • Secure you communication whenever you go online
  • 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 Securtiy - with easy-to-use, online set up and contro

Top comments

  • Simplifies access from Russia to you systems

wired.com/sto…us/

HaraldBB27th Nov

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/



Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.

There is evidence though that shows the UK, USA and other governments have a full access back doors into your system already. Saying that, I'd rather Russia have access over the UK or USA.

Also see: hotukdeals.com/com…163
Edited by: "Turret" 28th Nov
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  • Simplifies access from Russia to you systems

wired.com/sto…us/

Original Poster

HaraldBB5 m ago

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/


barclays recommend it , lol

better get my money out of there

I’m no computer expert but maybe someone who is could advise if the total security for £1 more than this deal is the better buy?

costco.co.uk/vie…051

Original Poster

maclennanneil4 m ago

I’m no computer expert but maybe someone who is could advise if the total …I’m no computer expert but maybe someone who is could advise if the total security for £1 more than this deal is the better buy?https://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/kaspersky-total-security-2018-5-devices-1-year-246051


total security is for 5 devices only , and your link takes it to something cheaper and not £1 more ?

the only extras are safe kids and password manager , as far as I can see
Edited by: "batista" 27th Nov

HaraldBB15 m ago

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/

What security do you use? Just so I can google it and find an article which picks holes in that one too.....

batista4 m ago

total security is for 5 devices only , and your link takes it to something …total security is for 5 devices only , and your link takes it to something cheaper and not £1 more ?


Well I did say I wasn’t a computer expert.
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 27th Nov

HaraldBB39 m ago

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/


Good luck with Windows and its NSA/CIA backdoors

HaraldBB3 h, 10 m ago

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/



"At what point does the paranoia stop? Hardware...smartphones, routers etc made in China? Is the Chinese govt spying on you too? More concerning is the US govt with its track record of actually spying on domestic & foreign citizens. Maybe we ought to stop using US based hardware, software and services?

Prime asset in security space is trust. Lose trust & it's bye bye to market t/o of c. £475 million"

Excerpt from Davey Winder, very well-respected consultant specialist in the field of privacy & security


Latest independant AV tests: av-comparatives.org/

Top: BitDefender & Kaspersky
Bottom: Windows & McAfee
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 27th Nov

HaraldBB51 m ago

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/


wtf are my comments constantly under moderation for?

Am I on some kind of black list???!

Unbelievable.....
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 27th Nov

Simon_Cole-1086274599875755 m ago

What security do you use? Just so I can google it and find an article …What security do you use? Just so I can google it and find an article which picks holes in that one too.....


Nowadays probably the best tactics is to not use AV at all.
1. Most attacks being performed using 0-day exploits before any AV can pick it.
2. AV have history of compromising software built-in countermeasures: arstechnica.co.uk/inf…ad/


Properly patched system and user being aware what he is doing may be the best strategy. AV from Microsoft (when using Windows) can be good enough - if you really want one.
Last but not least - Kaspersky apart from spying allegations have history of slowing even the fastest PCs

Original Poster

I think more of a worry is the companies you buy stuff from, how good is their security, that's where the hacking will occur more often than not

personal security is important, I agree, but your details are likely to be compromised by phishing links and dodgy webesites

BritishDragon22 m ago

comes to fale-positives. Don't take my word for it... Research yourself -


Already did.. But you know, this is still free world.

Heat still one of the best.
Only beaten by My firm Favourite ESET.

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HaraldBB10 h, 29 m ago

Nowadays probably the best tactics is to not use AV at all.1. Most attacks …Nowadays probably the best tactics is to not use AV at all.1. Most attacks being performed using 0-day exploits before any AV can pick it.2. AV have history of compromising software built-in countermeasures: https://arstechnica.co.uk/information-technology/2017/01/antivirus-is-bad/Properly patched system and user being aware what he is doing may be the best strategy. AV from Microsoft (when using Windows) can be good enough - if you really want one.Last but not least - Kaspersky apart from spying allegations have history of slowing even the fastest PCs


I read the article and some of the comments afterwards and although I understand the points being made I'm not sure I 100% agree with this. I think for non tech savvy users who definitely have a habit of clicking on suspicious links and downloading very dodgy attachments this is bad advice.

BritishDragon10 h, 47 m ago

wtf are my comments constantly under moderation for?Am I on some kind of …wtf are my comments constantly under moderation for?Am I on some kind of black list???!Unbelievable.....


Same here.

Enet3 m ago

Same here.


yeah same here

HaraldBB27th Nov

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/



Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.

There is evidence though that shows the UK, USA and other governments have a full access back doors into your system already. Saying that, I'd rather Russia have access over the UK or USA.

Also see: hotukdeals.com/com…163
Edited by: "Turret" 28th Nov

Without russian spyware codes?

Turret11 m ago

Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.There is evidence …Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.There is evidence though that shows the UK, USA and other governments have a full access back doors into your system already. Saying that, I'd rather Russia have access over the UK or USA.


Did you track where the kaspersky servers are connecting from their software and are you 100% sure that nothing leaking from your pc?

Turret18 m ago

Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.There is evidence …Cute story but it's propaganda. There is no evidence.There is evidence though that shows the UK, USA and other governments have a full access back doors into your system already. Saying that, I'd rather Russia have access over the UK or USA.


There is evidence it was compromised for a while by Russian spies. Which is shameful enough.
Apart from above, Eugene Kaspersky graduated from KGB High School, and then worked for Soviet Union MoD. Good luck with that!!!


wired.com/201…ky/
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Edited by: "HaraldBB" 27th Nov

i got kaspersky total security for 10 devices from amazon instead for £19.98

Simon_Cole-1086274599875711 h, 50 m ago

What security do you use? Just so I can google it and find an article …What security do you use? Just so I can google it and find an article which picks holes in that one too.....



what a strange repsonse. other AV providers may also have issues, but that doesn't change the fact that kaspersky has very extensively-documented on its perceived security flaws. while there are various questions regarding the full substantiation of these allegations, the balance of probability would suggest that it is unlikely for there to be this much smoke without any fire.

HaraldBB38 m ago

There is evidence it was compromised for a while by Russian spies. Which …There is evidence it was compromised for a while by Russian spies. Which is shameful enough. Apart from above, Eugene Kaspersky graduated from KGB High School, and then worked for Soviet Union MoD. Good luck with that!!!https://www.wired.com/2012/07/ff_kaspersky/[Image]




And Russia is bad simply because our 'trusty' Beeb and other mainstream media constantly peddle the propaganda. Thank God some people are still capable of thinking for themselves otherwise we'd be well & truly f***ed over by now by the UK/US govts!

Had to smile at RT's retort to The Daily Fail over their major 'scoop':

rt.com/uk/…in/


"The Daily Mail, the very symbol of journalistic integrity in Britain, has scored a major coup – it has revealed the location of RT’s UK office. We haven’t been able to confirm the number of investigative journalists involved in finding the address – presumably by googling it."
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 27th Nov

BritishDragon12 m ago

And Russia is bad simply because our 'trusty' Beeb and other mainstream …And Russia is bad simply because our 'trusty' Beeb and other mainstream media constantly peddle the propaganda. Thank God some people are still capable of thinking for themselves otherwise we'd be well & truly f***ed over by now by the UK/US govts!Had to smile at RT's retort to The Daily Fail over their major 'scoop':https://www.rt.com/uk/409939-daily-mail-rtuk-kremlin/"The Daily Mail, the very symbol of journalistic integrity in Britain, has scored a major coup – it has revealed the location of RT’s UK office. We haven’t been able to confirm the number of investigative journalists involved in finding the address – presumably by googling it."


Russia is bad mostly because they assaulted Ukraine, breaking international treaties. RT is nothing but Russia propaganda. Often used by Russian trolls. The same trolls who meddled US election and UK Brexit vote. But it's not really a place to discuss such things - enough from me. As already mentioned, this is still a free country and everyone can make own decisions.

HaraldBB8 m ago

Russia is bad mostly because they assaulted Ukraine, breaking …Russia is bad mostly because they assaulted Ukraine, breaking international treaties. RT is nothing but Russia propaganda. Often used by Russian trolls. The same trolls who meddled US election and UK Brexit vote. But it's not really a place to discuss such things - enough from me. As already mentioned, this is still a free country and everyone can make own decisions.



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Original Poster

can't trust and don't trust anyone, that's all I can say, everyone have their own agendas, and they market it well to their audience, you got to read between the lines

HaraldBB27th Nov

Simplifies access from Russia to you …Simplifies access from Russia to you systemshttps://www.wired.com/story/kaspersky-russia-antivirus/

If you believe the tin foil hat brigade. what they goign to find on my computer anyway. a copy of word and excel and porn? wow worth hacking into..

krismcewan15 m ago

If you believe the tin foil hat brigade. what they goign to find …If you believe the tin foil hat brigade. what they goign to find on my computer anyway. a copy of word and excel and porn? wow worth hacking into..


Yeah, right. Your bank account details, cached passwords to various accounts not worthy too.

batista27th Nov

barclays recommend it , lolbetter get my money out of there


Barclays have just withdrawn their recommendation of it

bbc.co.uk/new…489
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