Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 10 Devices 1 Year £16.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day - 30% off Some Kaspersky Security Software
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 10 Devices 1 Year £16.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day - 30% off Some Kaspersky Security Software

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Posted 13th Jun
Part of Amazon Deal of the day - 30% off Kaspersky Security Software

  • Kaspersky Internet Security 2019, 10 Devices includes antivirus and firewall to protect your devices from viruses, attacks and malware
  • Your code will be delivered by post in a Kaspersky Frustration Free Pack with detailed instructions for installing the product The manufacturer does not produce any CD/DVD/Flash drive for this product
  • Helps you protect your PC, Mac and Android phones and tablets
  • Secure Connection gives you privacy via Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology
  • Protects you against viruses, attacks, fraud, spyware, cybercrime and more
  • Protects your privacy - by blocking phishing, tracking and spying
  • Adds an extra layer of security for online shopping and banking
  • Helps your devices to keep performing as they were designed to
  • Simplifies your security - with easy-to-use, online set up and control
  • On installation, you will automatically be given the upgraded version of your Kaspersky product regardless of what it says on the packaging
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harmony99913/06/2019 12:48

Kaspersky is ok as long as you don’t need a password manager or protection …Kaspersky is ok as long as you don’t need a password manager or protection from Ransomwear. AVG and Avast free software actually has better protection than Kaspersky. BitDefender and ESET offer the best protection and services if performance and level of security for your PC and MAC is more important than price to you


According to who? Last time i looked at the independent tests Kaspersky was considered extremely safe and was right at the top of the lists. I am talking about detection and removal rates here, so evaluation how safe they actually are. I will dig around and see if I can find the latest figures.

People can question how safe it is to go with a Russian company etc... but but what you have written seems like complete BS. If you can show your workings then I am happy to be proven wrong.
dean02613/06/2019 10:30

Thanks op, perfect timing as mine expires next week and I have been …Thanks op, perfect timing as mine expires next week and I have been looking. I've gone for the 3 devices for 12.99.



Should of gone for the 3 devices for 2 years for an extra £5.
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Thanks op, perfect timing as mine expires next week and I have been looking. I've gone for the 3 devices for 12.99.
In before anti-Russia propaganda sheeple
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 13th Jun
dean02613/06/2019 10:30

Thanks op, perfect timing as mine expires next week and I have been …Thanks op, perfect timing as mine expires next week and I have been looking. I've gone for the 3 devices for 12.99.



Should of gone for the 3 devices for 2 years for an extra £5.
wouldnt have this garbage on my pc .....bitdefender all the way
Heat added, just extended my Security Cloud flavour - cheers OP!
Kaspersky is ok as long as you don’t need a password manager or protection from Ransomwear. AVG and Avast free software actually has better protection than Kaspersky. BitDefender and ESET offer the best protection and services if performance and level of security for your PC and MAC is more important than price to you
dk106613/06/2019 11:02

Should of gone for the 3 devices for 2 years for an extra £5.


Thanks for pointing this out, I didn't notice this deal. I've managed to cancel the previous order and order this deal instead. Thanks again
why can't they have a 1 device X amount of year's deal
Thanks for that as was going to be looking around shortly as mine runs out in a couple of weeks.
dk106613/06/2019 11:02

Should of gone for the 3 devices for 2 years for an extra £5.


When I selected that option it gave 3 devices for 2 years at a cost of £17.99 so only £1 more for me.

Thanks for that.
harmony99913/06/2019 12:48

Kaspersky is ok as long as you don’t need a password manager or protection …Kaspersky is ok as long as you don’t need a password manager or protection from Ransomwear. AVG and Avast free software actually has better protection than Kaspersky. BitDefender and ESET offer the best protection and services if performance and level of security for your PC and MAC is more important than price to you


According to who? Last time i looked at the independent tests Kaspersky was considered extremely safe and was right at the top of the lists. I am talking about detection and removal rates here, so evaluation how safe they actually are. I will dig around and see if I can find the latest figures.

People can question how safe it is to go with a Russian company etc... but but what you have written seems like complete BS. If you can show your workings then I am happy to be proven wrong.
In before those: use Windows Defender/The Earth is flat/God botherers/I'm a Vegan/I have a beard/I drink pretentious coffee types
nathanfernandes13/06/2019 13:22

why can't they have a 1 device X amount of year's deal


Yes, that would be nice, but I think they cater for the majority who usually have to protect multiple devices.

Found this eBay offer for BitDefender2019 5 years for 1 device from around £7 - not sure if the keys will be valid for the UK though, but you can always contact the seller(s) to ask prior to buying: ebay.co.uk/dsc…t=0 (P.S. I think HUKD is screwing up the search, so search for Bitdefender Total Security "5 years" & include searching in the description too. Any search issues, just pm me).

Sometimes activating the key via a free VPN service is necessary (so it looks like you're activating from the country of origin) & works fine - I've done it with with my present KIS2019 I bought off an Australian-based eBay seller not too long ago (3 devices for 2 years). The VPN is needed during the activation only & would recommend to turn it off soon after.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 13th Jun
Good product, good deal. Sadly two days too late for me, but ah well.

Just some independent tests for reference:
av-test.org/en/…ws/
techadvisor.co.uk/tes…38/
uk.pcmag.com/sui…tes
expertreviews.co.uk/sof…afe

Not knocking other well-reviewed products, BitDefender I particularly like, but Kaspersky tends to come out as better value (through offers like this) for similar protection.

Yes, you can get free antivirus and some are very good, just remember that there are a lot more threats and malware out there than just viruses, you have to check what you're being protected against. Even with a full security suite, bare in mind that nothing connected to the internet is ever 100% secure. For most people a security suite like this makes a lot of sense.

There will always be those who swear they've never used anti-virus and have never had an infection. I'm not saying they're right and I'm not saying they're wrong; but if you've never used an anti malware scanner then how would you know? Malware usually wants to stay hidden just so it can do more damage.
Malwarebytes Premium does the trick for me, helped me out a couple of times thanks to family members clicking on suspect links!!
Does anyone know can I buy this now and activate in 6 months?
IndyS13/06/2019 16:24

Malwarebytes Premium does the trick for me, helped me out a couple of …Malwarebytes Premium does the trick for me, helped me out a couple of times thanks to family members clicking on suspect links!!


That's pretty much the ideal combination - Kaspersky + Malwarebytes running together.
Rizo13/06/2019 16:45

Does anyone know can I buy this now and activate in 6 months?


Yes you can, even after 1 year still valid.
Im always getting it at lower price and put on shelf until previous expire. Activation always works without any problems.
Newbold13/06/2019 16:54

That's pretty much the ideal combination - Kaspersky + Malwarebytes …That's pretty much the ideal combination - Kaspersky + Malwarebytes running together.


To not muck around get kaspersky Cloud and be happy.
97browng13/06/2019 13:56

According to who? Last time i looked at the independent tests Kaspersky …According to who? Last time i looked at the independent tests Kaspersky was considered extremely safe and was right at the top of the lists. I am talking about detection and removal rates here, so evaluation how safe they actually are. I will dig around and see if I can find the latest figures.People can question how safe it is to go with a Russian company etc... but but what you have written seems like complete BS. If you can show your workings then I am happy to be proven wrong.


Which? consumer magazine recently did extensive tests on virtually every solution and their conclusions are as per my message. Its not bullshit, if a solution doesn’t have anti-ransomware solution then clearly thats a risk. Similarly if a solution does not have a password manager thats fact not bullshit. On test, BitDefender and ESET got high results for every security category and are both Which? best buys. I am not trying to convince anyone to buy anything but as I have an IT background I know consequences that come from having sub-optimal Internet Security solutions.
As a Which? member I do take some account of their reports and views, provided they’re properly evidenced.

Frequently though they’re not, and their knowledge of IT is seriously limited. I’d pay little attention to anything they say about virus checkers.
Newbold13/06/2019 18:29

As a Which? member I do take some account of their reports and views, …As a Which? member I do take some account of their reports and views, provided they’re properly evidenced.Frequently though they’re not, and their knowledge of IT is seriously limited. I’d pay little attention to anything they say about virus checkers.


This is precisely why I stopped subscribing to Which? Some of their stuff is well thought out and properly researched, other stuff less so. Their reports on both IT and also cars seem to be rather suspect.
BigAde14/06/2019 08:27

This is precisely why I stopped subscribing to Which? Some of their stuff …This is precisely why I stopped subscribing to Which? Some of their stuff is well thought out and properly researched, other stuff less so. Their reports on both IT and also cars seem to be rather suspect.


I agree. Quite a lot of it’s suspect these days because they don’t have the resources to do proper testing of anything costing much more than a pack of detergent so they rely heavily on member feedback on anything more expensive. IT and cars are completely out of their league.
harmony99913/06/2019 18:01

Which? consumer magazine recently did extensive tests on virtually every …Which? consumer magazine recently did extensive tests on virtually every solution and their conclusions are as per my message. Its not bullshit, if a solution doesn’t have anti-ransomware solution then clearly thats a risk. Similarly if a solution does not have a password manager thats fact not bullshit. On test, BitDefender and ESET got high results for every security category and are both Which? best buys. I am not trying to convince anyone to buy anything but as I have an IT background I know consequences that come from having sub-optimal Internet Security solutions.


Thanks for that. I also have an IT background and currently work as a senior IT consultant for a company providing IT to 18,000 users. I work with the security team and we provide anti virus to all of our clients and I am fully aware of the issues that having sub-optimal security can cause. I tend not to get my information from the consumer magazine Which?.

Not everything you said was wrong but let me point out what was;

* "If a solution doesn’t have anti-ransomware solution then clearly that's a risk" - Kaspersky does have an Anti Ransomware solution.
* "If a solution does not have a password manager thats fact not bullshit" - Kaspersky does have a password manager.
* "AVG and Avast free software actually has better protection than Kaspersky" - Maybe Which? says it does (I can't read the article as I don't subscribe' but many others say they don't. In fact they score quite poorly for malware. Also the paid for Kaspersky (don't forget they do also have a free one) provides so much additional protection I find this statement a bit lacking.
* "BitDefender and ESET offer the best protection and services" according to you and Which?. In fact looking at all the other information on the net you can see that different companies rate them differently and sometimes BitDefender comes ahead of Kasepersky and sometimes the other way (I am yet to see ESET beat Kaspersky). However from what I can see Kaspersky is always in the top 5 and is often awarded the best.

My general problem with your comment is that Kaseprsky will not provide decent security "I know consequences that come from having sub-optimal Internet Security solutions". While Kaspesky may not win in one or two categories, all security experts seem to agree that it is an excellent product and will provide very good protection. I am certainly not saying that the others you have mentioned will not be good enough (I swap between them depending on reviews and price) but 10 devices for £16.99 a year for a top security product seems like a very good deal to me.

So my final comment as someone working in IT security is that any Anti-Virus is better than nothing. Free ones are OK but will miss some of the features of paid versions. As for paying for one if you can find a deal with any of the top companies close to this price then go for it. If not then for the vast majority of people this will be brilliant and provide what you need.
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