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Kaspersky Pure (Including Internet Security, Parental Control and Data Back Up) / 3 User License £13.99 @ Play
Kaspersky Pure (Including Internet Security, Parental Control and Data Back Up) / 3 User License £13.99 @ Play

Kaspersky Pure (Including Internet Security, Parental Control and Data Back Up) / 3 User License £13.99 @ Play

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Yes, I know tou can get some AV for free but in my experience it is not as good. Kaspersky represents mt shift from free AV and been worth it for the added security IMO

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Great!!!

1) My KIS2011 is to expire in 3 weeks;
2) I do not have a Barclays account
3) My local The Works does not have an old KIS2009 on sale;
4) Same version selling on the bay for more than £13.99
5) Bought this from Play.com last night for £14.99 (how lucky!!!!)
6) Don't forget to download Pure R2 from Kaspersky and use this activation code instead of installing v1

MOst will say that MSE + MBAM together offer a reliable free solution which I agree; but have been using Kaspersky for years now and still happy to pay a "reasonable" price for this SW.

Good finding

Good price for a decent product.

Spitfire, in the words of the big man, "You took the words right out of my mouth".

Good value. I use this for relatives PCs, the backup software can be set to start automatically when it detects a USB drive is plugged in, nice and easy for them to use. All they have to do now is remember to plug the USB drive in from time to time...

Hi, does anyone know how well lower spec laptops cope with this software?? I have first gen pentium mobile laptop from 2002, which really struggles to run mcafee and norton. I need some cheap Av with a low footprint, any ideas?? Thanks

if i buy this and dont install it until next year will it work?

Thanks ordered one!!!!

Original Poster

lori440

if i buy this and dont install it until next year will it work?


Yes, subscription does not start until install date.

spitfire51

6) Don't forget to download Pure R2 from Kaspersky and use this … 6) Don't forget to download Pure R2 from Kaspersky and use this activation code instead of installing v1



Some doubt as to whether this works from Pure v. 1 to Pure v.2

Yes, it works with KIS and KAV, but Pure is a higher value product, and I've seen post suggesting that a v.1 code will not activate v.2

spitfire51

Great!!!1) My KIS2011 is to expire in 3 weeks;2) I do not have a Barclays … Great!!!1) My KIS2011 is to expire in 3 weeks;2) I do not have a Barclays account3) My local The Works does not have an old KIS2009 on sale;4) Same version selling on the bay for more than £13.995) Bought this from Play.com last night for £14.99 (how lucky!!!!)6) Don't forget to download Pure R2 from Kaspersky and use this activation code instead of installing v1MOst will say that MSE + MBAM together offer a reliable free solution which I agree; but have been using Kaspersky for years now and still happy to pay a "reasonable" price for this SW.Good finding



A sensible, informed comment about computer security on this forum. Never thought I'd live to see the day

Purchased, muchos gracias :-)

bought my copy for 29 pound so definately a bargin!

been a kaspersky user for over 3 years now.. love it!

Thanks ordered 2...

Thanks ordered - Heat added

Yes, it works with KIS and KAV, but Pure is a higher value product, and … Yes, it works with KIS and KAV, but Pure is a higher value product, and I've seen post suggesting that a v.1 code will not activate v.2



there you go mate: Can I upgrade the Kaspersky Lab application I have purchased?

HTH

tam_mo

http://www.kaspersky.co.uk/pure-trial


In fact I will test R2 on a VM first.

Then when my KIS2011 licence expires will install the 30-day trial and then use my activation code, i.e., 13 months protection

spitfire51

In fact I will test R2 on a VM first.Then when my KIS2011 licence expires … In fact I will test R2 on a VM first.Then when my KIS2011 licence expires will install the 30-day trial and then use my activation code, i.e., 13 months protection



Have you tried that yet?

Last time i have tried to register a new code from a boxed KIS i had to uinstall the current KIS.
It seems to only allow you to extend your subscription if you want to keep your current installation
and as everyone knows it cost you full price to extend within the program.

Martin

Have you tried that yet?Last time i have tried to register a new code … Have you tried that yet?Last time i have tried to register a new code from a boxed KIS i had to uinstall the current KIS.


Do you mean Trial --> Licensed Version?? If so I am almost certain that I did that last time when installing KIS2011

Just read that Pure SW is based on KIS2010 and the next version will be based on KIS 2012.

Anyway i could not find a cheaper licence for KIS, therefore had to go Pure route.

EDIT: How to buy a commercial activation code for Kaspersky PURE R2 after the trial period?

"How to buy a commercial activation code for Kaspersky PURE R2 after the trial period? "
Edited by: "spitfire51" 20th May 2011

spitfire51

Do you mean Trial -- Licensed Version?? If so I am almost certain that I … Do you mean Trial --> Licensed Version?? If so I am almost certain that I did that last time when installing KIS2011Just read that Pure SW is based on KIS2010 and the next version will be based on KIS 2012.Anyway i could not find a cheaper licence for KIS, therefore had to go Pure route.EDIT: How to buy a commercial activation code for Kaspersky PURE R2 after the trial period? "How to buy a commercial activation code for Kaspersky PURE R2 after the trial period? "



Looking at that it seems to be for getting a license through the program which is full prices rather than using a boxed version.

Martin

"Do you mean Trial --> Licensed Version?? If so I am almost certain that I did that last time when installing KIS2011"

I had a version of kis already full licensed which had run its time.
Bought a boxed kis from the works cheap but it wouldnt accept the code.

I to export settings and uninstall run out kis and install the boxed version and use its reg code.
Its a pain but doable if you have enough spare time.

I would rather buy KAV but its dearer for less
I use outpost firewall lifetime license since kis firewall has been getting worse with newer versions.

Martin

trott3r

Looking at that it seems to be for getting a license through the program … Looking at that it seems to be for getting a license through the program which is full prices rather than using a boxed version.Martin


I believe if you have an activation code that is enough, i.e., purchasing a full retail version which is cheaper than going via their link.

I will try on a VM and see how it goes.

"
I believe if you have an activation code that is enough, i.e., purchasing a full retail version which is cheaper than going via their link.

I will try on a VM and see how it goes."

thanks, it would be good to know if they have changed it for Pure over what they did for KIS

Martin

Looks like the old ignore other security products method still works if you want to keep you usual firewall in place of Kaspersky.

setup.exe /pSKIPPRODUCTCHECK=1

Apparently if you have a NatWest bank account you cannot get a free copy of this.

Hmm.....long time ago that I paid for software. Don't understand why you guys think that is a bargin if you could have brilliant software for free(FSF).

I've currently got Kaspersky Internet security 2010, when my licence expired i bought another 2010 disc for about £6 and re-activated rather than get 2011 as it got a few bad reviews.

Is it worth upgrading to this? I also use CCleaner and Advanced system care 4 too.

Kaspersky, the best in my for me. Been using it for years, never had any problems.

If you have internet banking set up with Barclays bank then you can get 3 free licenses of Kaspersky internet security.

wacsa

I've currently got Kaspersky Internet security 2010, when my licence … I've currently got Kaspersky Internet security 2010, when my licence expired i bought another 2010 disc for about £6 and re-activated rather than get 2011 as it got a few bad reviews.Is it worth upgrading to this? I also use CCleaner and Advanced system care 4 too.


Pure is based on KIS 2010 code. The new version will be based on KIS 2012 code. Therefore it is not an upgrade as such, but you get extra features.

I believe if you cannot get it for free from Barclays or cannot find a cheaper KIS licence, than it is worthy getting this copy.

I bought it because I could not find a cheaper 3-user/1-year KIS licence.

spitfire51

Great!!!1) My KIS2011 is to expire in 3 weeks;2) I do not have a Barclays … Great!!!1) My KIS2011 is to expire in 3 weeks;2) I do not have a Barclays account3) My local The Works does not have an old KIS2009 on sale;4) Same version selling on the bay for more than £13.995) Bought this from Play.com last night for £14.99 (how lucky!!!!)6) Don't forget to download Pure R2 from Kaspersky and use this activation code instead of installing v1MOst will say that MSE + MBAM together offer a reliable free solution which I agree; but have been using Kaspersky for years now and still happy to pay a "reasonable" price for this SW.Good finding



I'm not sure most would say that. MBAM (free version, as cited) is for after the horse has bolted. MSE is active protection and MBAM is passive, meaning it offers no protection whatsoever, it is merely for removing malware that has bypassed your active protection.

wacsa

I've currently got Kaspersky Internet security 2010, when my licence … I've currently got Kaspersky Internet security 2010, when my licence expired i bought another 2010 disc for about £6 and re-activated rather than get 2011 as it got a few bad reviews.Is it worth upgrading to this? I also use CCleaner and Advanced system care 4 too.



Absolutely (or some other active protection, active protection is essential) since CCleaner doesn't offer any malware protection at all and Advanced System Care 4 offers basic passive malware protection, ASC does offer some basic malware removal options, however they are essentially utilities to maintain your system, albeit basic ones. ASC does offer passive defence. To protect yourself properly against malware you need active and passive protection, and you also need education regarding obtaining these threats on your computer.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 22nd May 2011

Chew

Hi, does anyone know how well lower spec laptops cope with this … Hi, does anyone know how well lower spec laptops cope with this software?? I have first gen pentium mobile laptop from 2002, which really struggles to run mcafee and norton. I need some cheap Av with a low footprint, any ideas?? Thanks



MSE or Avast! along with spywareblaster. Or try techsupportalert.com/, the information is more comprehensive there than you'd find trawling the whole of Hotukdeals forums since their inception.

If you wish to tackle an existing infection then you should at least be familiar with Hitman Pro 3.5, MBAM, Superantispyware, Spybot, Emsisoft, Combofix, Smitfraudfix, autoruns and hijackthis. There are others. A good tip I can suggest is to download and install the Antimalware Toolkit, this gives you a basic toolkit to tackle infections. All this stuff I just mentioned is passive and for dealing with infections once you get them, there are active versions of some of the above which you have to pay for. You also have to be prepared for infections that will hide most of the folders and files, alter the explorer shell, delete user account data and if tampered with will screw up the MBR. Therefore if you're not up to the task or really don't fancy the hassle, simply don't get infected in the first place. I can tell you from experience that McAfee is completely useless for protecting against malware. I get 5 or 6 pc's in a week where malware has shafted the pc and Mcafee proudly states that the system is protected. The irony of McAfee is after you manually fix the problem and use it to do a full scan it will find sometimes find left over malware and say it fixed it, complete joke of a program.

Lastly I don't think anyone has mentioned that the Kaspersky disc is bootable and offers a reasonable Linux based environment from which to scan and remove malware, you can update definitions and do a scan, it takes forever but at least it's there.


Edited by: "fishmaster" 22nd May 2011

FREE FOR BARCLAYS CUSTOMERS,useful for on line banking.last 1yr.

fishmaster

Absolutely (or some other active protection, active protection is … Absolutely (or some other active protection, active protection is essential) since CCleaner doesn't offer any malware protection at all and Advanced System Care 4 offers basic passive malware protection, ASC does offer some basic malware removal options, however they are essentially utilities to maintain your system, albeit basic ones. ASC does offer passive defence. To protect yourself properly against malware you need active and passive protection, and you also need education regarding obtaining these threats on your computer.



So is the KIS 2010 i have installed not active protection?

wacsa

So is the KIS 2010 i have installed not active protection?



Yeah definitely is, I obviously didn't read your post well enough to realise you already have KIS 2010. I've had probs with both KIS 2010 and 2011 but nothing that couldn't be fixed.

Anyway to answer your question see this thread >

forum.kaspersky.com/ind…461

Banned

Excellent software, yes there are freebies out there but if like me you prefer to run one program and need some of the extra features then Kaspersky is worth a few quid..

fishmaster

MSE or Avast! along with spywareblaster. Or try … MSE or Avast! along with spywareblaster. Or try http://www.techsupportalert.com/, the information is more comprehensive there than you'd find trawling the whole of Hotukdeals forums since their inception.If you wish to tackle an existing infection then you should at least be familiar with Hitman Pro 3.5, MBAM, Superantispyware, Spybot, Emsisoft, Combofix, Smitfraudfix, autoruns and hijackthis. There are others. A good tip I can suggest is to download and install the Antimalware Toolkit, this gives you a basic toolkit to tackle infections. All this stuff I just mentioned is passive and for dealing with infections once you get them, there are active versions of some of the above which you have to pay for. You also have to be prepared for infections that will hide most of the folders and files, alter the explorer shell, delete user account data and if tampered with will screw up the MBR. Therefore if you're not up to the task or really don't fancy the hassle, simply don't get infected in the first place. I can tell you from experience that McAfee is completely useless for protecting against malware. I get 5 or 6 pc's in a week where malware has shafted the pc and Mcafee proudly states that the system is protected. The irony of McAfee is after you manually fix the problem and use it to do a full scan it will find sometimes find left over malware and say it fixed it, complete joke of a program.Lastly I don't think anyone has mentioned that the Kaspersky disc is bootable and offers a reasonable Linux based environment from which to scan and remove malware, you can update definitions and do a scan, it takes forever but at least it's there.



Seconded, free Avast is as good as any, along with a little common sense (most infections are due to people downloading all kinds of grot ignorantly). And the additional tools you mention are invaluable.

I run the security on ~1000 servers and PCs and we use a top grade commercial product - worthless for the most prevalent internet malware, I often find myself doing their job for them in submitting files that they class as 'generic trojan' etc. and the symptoms and infection points, that are spreading like wildfire. These free tools are often invaluable in cleaning infections.

One of the best things you can do to prevent malware is not to use IE, which is often specifically targeted in the malware code.

ordered...!!

Wow!

A thread that is genuinely helpful and informative with no bitching. A first.
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