Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 - 10 Devices - £17.99 Prime / £19.98 non Prime @ Amazon
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 - 10 Devices - £17.99 Prime / £19.98 non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 27th Dec 2017
2018 version.
10 user licence.
Digital Download (so no need to spend over £20 for free delivery).


EDIT 1: Dear Moderator who amended the subject line - as per my original wording this is a digital download hence delivery is irrelevent and not applicable.

EDIT 2: I had to edit the URL so it goes to the digital version (no delivery fee applicable despite the moderated subject line). I note the subject line is still incorrect.
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Original Poster
In Before:
You can get it for free from Barclays
You'll get hacked by Russia
Real men don't use anti virus
It was cheaper back in 2009
Kaspersky is doing a better job for me than Norton has.
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Original Poster
In Before:
You can get it for free from Barclays
You'll get hacked by Russia
Real men don't use anti virus
It was cheaper back in 2009
Well spotted comrade !
Barclays has forsaken us.
Free Russian Spyware included
Bestard21 m ago

You can get it for free from Barclays


Not anymore you can’t
Thanks for posting OP.................HOT
Bestard29 m ago

In Before:You can get it for free from BarclaysYou'll get hacked by …In Before:You can get it for free from BarclaysYou'll get hacked by RussiaReal men don't use anti virusIt was cheaper back in 2009


Barclays no longer support, but Kaspersky are offering another year for £4.99 to existing customers.
Kaspersky is doing a better job for me than Norton has.
A2DY_21 m ago

Not anymore you can’t


When did Barclays stop offering this?
More trouble than it's worth, in my experience on 4 computers this year. Microsoft doing a better job, and it's free.
cliosport651 m ago

When did Barclays stop offering this?


When the dodgy Russians started Spying on us. Couple of months back
muf37 m ago

Barclays no longer support, but Kaspersky are offering another year for …Barclays no longer support, but Kaspersky are offering another year for £4.99 to existing customers.


where did you see the 4.99 existing customer offer?
The HUKD mods are dim af.
i buy mine off ebay for £3.25
just get a russian government penpal and give them your bank account details for safe-keeping!

as boney M used to say, "oh, those russians!"
sinxa1 h, 39 m ago

Free Russian Spyware included


The U,S. NSA don't have to use antivirus Microsoft put a backdoor into Windows for them, (then Trump shares it with the Ruskies)
Coldski.
Is that code emailed to your default amazon email? Cause mine is jut some made up email.
Bestard2 h, 35 m ago

In Before:You can get it for free from BarclaysYou'll get hacked by …In Before:You can get it for free from BarclaysYou'll get hacked by RussiaReal men don't use anti virusIt was cheaper back in 2009


Actually, Barclays have stopped giving it for free because of the minor issues with Russian backdoors
tinca40 m ago

The U,S. NSA don't have to use antivirus Microsoft put a backdoor into …The U,S. NSA don't have to use antivirus Microsoft put a backdoor into Windows for them, (then Trump shares it with the Ruskies)


Yep it's good Russian (Kapersky) software allegedly hacked by the FSB commanding access of American (Microsoft) software we known to be penetrated by the NSA but leave the real hacking to GCHQ backed by at least two of the three governments you should be worrying about. But then GCHQ's predecessors were totally hacked by the KGB. Does anything change?

Hence, impossible to point to a safe solution - but you could try Linux ... not totally immune but less of a vector for hacking than your local neighbourhood Windows.

Cheaper too
tinca41 m ago

The U,S. NSA don't have to use antivirus Microsoft put a backdoor into …The U,S. NSA don't have to use antivirus Microsoft put a backdoor into Windows for them, (then Trump shares it with the Ruskies)


That’s why I am a Mac user
sinxa36 m ago

That’s why I am a Mac user


Yeah, coz no one can or will hack a Mac...
polarone0012 h, 48 m ago

A circumspect approach is warranted …A circumspect approach is warranted https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/12/05/barclays_kaspersky/


Nothing more than a smear campaign.

uk.pcmag.com/opi…lab
sinxa41 m ago

That’s why I am a Mac user


I have Macs and Windows laptops and don’t have any bias towards either. In the security world Windows is thought of as more secure than MacOS these days as it’s had far more penetration testing. MacOS & iOS are now becoming bigger targets due to their expanding user base.

Kaspersky is excellent software for both Mac and PC. The US and UK govts don’t like it as it detects and disables US/UK government spyware and has thus interfered with their spying operations.
Snowden has shown us that GCHQ collect all our browsing history and keep it 7 years (in reality forever) - I use a VPN and Kaspersky to at least try and make that more difficult for them. I have less of an issue with the Russians knowing my browsing history than GCHQ as the Russians can’t be legally compelled to share it with other UK govt depts.
We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ supply our browsing history to the police but it’ll eventually creep to tax inspectors, local councils and so on and so on.
Why make it easier for them to collect your life history?
Great! Now I can use on my 10 PCs! Check out webroot. Scans super quick and uses less resources than anything else I've used.
888eyeball3 h, 31 m ago

where did you see the 4.99 existing customer offer?



Kaspersky sent me a email with the offer. They said they would email me again when my licence needs renewing.
Good price for that many devices. Was hoping to get bitdefender for this kind of price...
patrick_0001 h, 21 m ago

.We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ ….We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ supply our browsing history to the police but it’ll eventually creep to tax inspectors, local councils and so on and so on.Why make it easier for them to collect your life history?


Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?
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A2DY_25 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?
Bestard13 h, 28 m ago

So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government …So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?


To a certain extent probably not. All comes down to how that data is controlled.

How many people have IP CCTV cameras on here. With those any random company can view in your home. How many have Echos/iPhones/Google Homes, with those anyone could be listening to every word, and those same companies know everyone you call, browsing history, in the case of Amazon they know everything you buy etc. Banks already know everything you spend, your location when you do, all your personal info and very soon with open banking this information can be shared automatically with other companies at the touch of a button. Link these things together and a random company based in LA, New York or China will know what you say, where you are, what you buy and all your personal details. This can happen now.

So for me, my own government whose main aim I would like to think is to protect its people knowing last week I googled what time my local Chinese takeaway opened really isn’t a worry for me.
A2DY_15 h, 13 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


It’s up to you as to how you value your own privacy. If the govt wanted to monitor me they could easily bug my home or whatever, but I just don’t want them collecting everything I do by default - which is how they operate these days now that most people spend a significant portion of their life online.
888eyeball19 h, 28 m ago

where did you see the 4.99 existing customer offer?


It's a pop up on my computer from Kaspersky, as my renewal is due very soon.
I can screen print the next time I log on, if you want proof.
Edited by: "muf" 28th Dec 2017
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