Kaspersky Total Security 2017 - 10 Devices, 1 Year, FFP (PC/Mac/Android) £13.46 prime / £15.45 non prime @ Amazon UK
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Kaspersky Total Security 2017 - 10 Devices, 1 Year, FFP (PC/Mac/Android) £13.46 prime / £15.45 non prime @ Amazon UK

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Found 1st Jun 2017
10 Devices. Total Security 2017.

Plump. Juicy. Buxom. Fragrant. Even the frustration free packaging has a air of nobility about it. Tailored especially for discerning non-Barclays ladies and gents.

Spice World! Pick up a bargain!

NOTE: It's showing low on stock or a while to deliver, though plenty were in stock earlier this morning. It'll likely come back in at some stage so you may as well order now?

If you're a Barclays online banking customer you can get the 2 device version free (i.e. one 2 device license per online banking account):

barclays.co.uk/sec…ty/
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Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software just creates more vulnerable attack options. For pc just use Microsoft free version as they have a interest in keeping there software safe. Mac and Android you don't need virus software.
sprite127594

whats a good Ad blocker? I use chrome.



uBlock origin
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Cracking deal.
I've used KIS for many years now on various OSes, and just can't fault it. OK, this is KTS and not KIS, but I would expect this to be just as good.
Easy for novices to get to grips with, but has the flexibility for tweaking by experienced users.
Very low impact on system performance.
Have some heat!
heat....good deal if you dont mind waiting "Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks." by using "frustration free packaging"
Great price for ten devices. It'll cover the whole family for a year. My current Kaspersky license isn't up for a good while yet, but it's worth getting while it's cheaper. Download the up-to-date version when you need it and crack open the new security code! Fab, heat added!
Heated accordingly.
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brianzion

heat....good deal if you dont mind waiting "Usually dispatched within 2 … heat....good deal if you dont mind waiting "Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks." by using "frustration free packaging"



Absolutely. Lock in the price and stack those boys up!
Brilliant price, I paid nearly £30 for the download version of this back in February, really easy to install and manage, seems to work well.
Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software just creates more vulnerable attack options. For pc just use Microsoft free version as they have a interest in keeping there software safe. Mac and Android you don't need virus software.
wayners10 m ago

Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software …Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software just creates more vulnerable attack options. For pc just use Microsoft free version as they have a interest in keeping there software safe. Mac and Android you don't need virus software.


Agreed. IF you have WIndows 10, WIndows defender + a good adblock in either chrome or firefox (for when you are browsing of course) + common sense is all you really need. iOS, Android, Mac and Linux are pretty up to date with this and you dont need to bog down your devices with it. Just have some common sense
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wayners

Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software … Complete waste of money. According to the security folks virus software just creates more vulnerable attack options. For pc just use Microsoft free version as they have a interest in keeping there software safe. Mac and Android you don't need virus software.




That's a common misconception. Common sense. Sure. But the freebie Microsoft solutions are not the be all and end all. It's either that or set yourself up with a hardware firewall/router and a managed switch...

Given the amount of potential pitfalls out there, and assuming other people use your home network, it would be a sensible option to deploy a 'premium' solution to all your connected devices. IMHO at least.

What’s the Best Antivirus for Windows 10? (Is Windows Defender Good Enough?)
Thanks ! downloaded
darthvader666uk

Agreed. IF you have WIndows 10, WIndows defender + a good adblock in … Agreed. IF you have WIndows 10, WIndows defender + a good adblock in either chrome or firefox (for when you are browsing of course) + common sense is all you really need. iOS, Android, Mac and Linux are pretty up to date with this and you dont need to bog down your devices with it. Just have some common sense


Totally agree. I do exactly as you.
Does this come with an unlimited password manager? Also the free package I use at the moment also has a vpn (I think) but only 200mb. Any increase on this?
Whilest better than some AV's on the market, Kaspersky from my experience seems to cause more problems than it fixes. Their support is not very good either where you are expected to do most of the troubleshooting and work for them. On a positive not thier software is configurable for the most part of silent installs if needed and documentation is fairly good on thier webiste.
But one last negative if anyone uses Hyper-V on thier machines then the Protected Browser is not fully compatible with that feature.
darthvader666uk

Agreed. IF you have WIndows 10, WIndows defender + a good adblock in … Agreed. IF you have WIndows 10, WIndows defender + a good adblock in either chrome or firefox (for when you are browsing of course) + common sense is all you really need. iOS, Android, Mac and Linux are pretty up to date with this and you dont need to bog down your devices with it. Just have some common sense


whats a good Ad blocker? I use chrome.
sprite127594

whats a good Ad blocker? I use chrome.



uBlock origin
barclays gives its customers for free
Edited by: "N3RO" 1st Jun 2017
I have this AV software and while on the whole it is good, it plays havoc with website certificates on Mac OSX an awful lot. It randomly has trouble verifying the google certificate amongst many others and the only solution is to quit the software
yourlegaldealer

I have this AV software and while on the whole it is good, it plays havoc … I have this AV software and while on the whole it is good, it plays havoc with website certificates on Mac OSX an awful lot. It randomly has trouble verifying the google certificate amongst many others and the only solution is to quit the software


Same here, not renewing when my current licence expires
sprite127594

whats a good Ad blocker? I use chrome.



uBlock original is the best I think (its what I am using). uses less resource and pretty good.
Ebay.. Cheaper!!!!
Is it worth paying for software or downloading for free?
thanks added around £10 cheaper than eBay!
Piratebay do lots of Antivirus programs with confirmation codes.
( price : Very reasonable! )
blugardian

Piratebay do lots of Antivirus programs with confirmation codes. ( price … Piratebay do lots of Antivirus programs with confirmation codes. ( price : Very reasonable! )


except there is a good chance the files themselves are carrying malware/viruses.
downloading pirated software is not smart.and different than video and music.
Tequila

except there is a good chance the files themselves are carrying … except there is a good chance the files themselves are carrying malware/viruses.downloading pirated software is not smart.and different than video and music.



You are aware of the concept of humour?
If you don't need 10 get it free for 3 devices if you are a barclays customer...
sprite127594

whats a good Ad blocker? I use chrome.



​Brave browser. Cross platform. It's chrome with add blocker built in. Works really well.
Thanks for posting, heat added. I've been looking for deals KTIS only this week. You get free limited VPN too.
Is this worth buying for the vpn?
As it costs £20 / year for vpn stand alone​
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trevtaylor1

Thanks for posting, heat added. I've been looking for deals KTIS only … Thanks for posting, heat added. I've been looking for deals KTIS only this week. You get free limited VPN too.



What's a VPN?
It's worth buying for the parental control feature if you have kids. Got all our devices locked down with this.
TimeZ0ne

Is this worth buying for the vpn? As it costs £20 / year for vpn stand … Is this worth buying for the vpn? As it costs £20 / year for vpn stand alone


It depends what you want to use it for really. The VPN here automatically chooses a server location (usually Spain) and you get 200MB of data per day. So this is not a good solution for watching iPlayer when you're on your holidays. It is however good for general browsing when you're connecting to a Wifi network that isn't secure as all of your data is encrypted and tunneled through the VPN.
For those who didn't know, Kaspersky includes built in Anti-Ransomware features.
It has a module called "System Watcher" that can detect malicious activity and roll back any changes that occurred as a result of the malicious program.
can i buy this now but activate/use it in about 6 months time? I already have an active subscription but would like to snap it up at this price for future use.
bobjeet

can i buy this now but activate/use it in about 6 months time? I already … can i buy this now but activate/use it in about 6 months time? I already have an active subscription but would like to snap it up at this price for future use.



​yes you can activate it at later date... you can register it in kasperskys dedicated licence website mykaspersky.com
grahambriggs792

Same here, not renewing when my current licence expires



Had it on a Mac for years with no issues, I am assuming your OS is fully up to date and you are using the latest version of Kaspersky?
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