Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 3 devices 1 year @Costco (free delivery for members only)
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Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 3 devices 1 year @Costco (free delivery for members only)

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Found 24th Nov
Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 3 devices 1 year. I know this is free for Barclays customers (believe they are ending that soon?) but good value if you don’t have an account with Barclays.
Free delivery for members, or 5% surcharge if you’re not.

Total Security also comes with Kaspersky VPN called 'Secure Connection' is which is pretty useful (it's actually the Hotspot Shield VPN). Look in the tools section of the menu (it's pretty easy to miss). I think there's about 20 or so global server locations to choose from.

support.kaspersky.co.uk/12696
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Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?

Zellith4 m ago

Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government …Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?


I was going to predict someone saying something like this but you saying it beat me to it do you think Vlad the Invader and his FSB will be interested in what we all buy courtesy of HUKD deals as a matter of national security then?

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Zellith6 m ago

Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government …Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?


Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are severing their ties. However, I’ve found it to be the most unobtrusive antivirus software that doesn’t slow my system down and I don’t get up to that much mischief that the Russians would be interested in
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Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?

Zellith4 m ago

Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government …Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?


I was going to predict someone saying something like this but you saying it beat me to it do you think Vlad the Invader and his FSB will be interested in what we all buy courtesy of HUKD deals as a matter of national security then?

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Zellith6 m ago

Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government …Isn't there a lot of hubub going on right now about the russian government putting backdoors and whatnot into Kaspersky?


Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are severing their ties. However, I’ve found it to be the most unobtrusive antivirus software that doesn’t slow my system down and I don’t get up to that much mischief that the Russians would be interested in

twitwoo29 m ago

Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are s …Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are severing their ties. However, I’ve found it to be the most unobtrusive antivirus software that doesn’t slow my system down and I don’t get up to that much mischief that the Russians would be interested in


So you don’t mind your bank details, email contacts and passwords being compromised then?

Chasloyal33 m ago

I was going to predict someone saying something like this but you saying …I was going to predict someone saying something like this but you saying it beat me to it do you think Vlad the Invader and his FSB will be interested in what we all buy courtesy of HUKD deals as a matter of national security then?



twitwoo31 m ago

Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are s …Yes, you’re quite right Zellith, which is why I believe Barclays are severing their ties. However, I’ve found it to be the most unobtrusive antivirus software that doesn’t slow my system down and I don’t get up to that much mischief that the Russians would be interested in




You need to look at the news article and see what it’s alleged to have got up to, before making comments like I don’t get up to much mischief. Having access to your computer should be enough. :
Edited by: "eslick" 24th Nov

eslick8 m ago

You need to look at the news article and see what it’s alleged to have got …You need to look at the news article and see what it’s alleged to have got up to, before making comments like I don’t get up to much mischief. Having access to your computer should be enough. :


Erm I use Eset and have done for at least 10 year

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Little Slovakia battering the Russian Bear for more than two decades now

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eslick49 m ago

You need to look at the news article and see what it’s alleged to have got …You need to look at the news article and see what it’s alleged to have got up to, before making comments like I don’t get up to much mischief. Having access to your computer should be enough. :


Like most people, I’ve read the article and used my common sense as to how it could potentially affect me. I’m not a sensitive foreign target, or a military or government official. Plus, Barclays will continue to offer this free to customers until next year. Would they really do that if they thought for one minute they’d get scammed?

google.co.uk/amp…mp/

twitwoo14 m ago

Like most people, I’ve read the article and used my common sense as to how …Like most people, I’ve read the article and used my common sense as to how it could potentially affect me. I’m not a sensitive foreign target, or a military or government official. Plus, Barclays will continue to offer this free to customers until next year. Would they really do that if they thought for one minute they’d get scammed? https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/11/13/barclays-keep-offering-russian-anti-virus-software-despite-kremlin/amp/


Sadly hackers have been using it as a back door would I use a company that has that would allow that no chance. And Barclays, yep another great institution that :

If you really deparately need to pay for your AV + FW software, this is a good deal. I use free Avast AV + Windows10Firewall Control for 5 years now and never got a virus. I also clean my PC with Malwarebytes free and Superantispyware free about once per month.

Ah yes, those pesky Russians.

Looks like the anti-Russia propaganda machine is working just as planned

Unbelievable.

BritishDragon1 h, 3 m ago

Ah yes, those pesky Russians.Looks like the anti-Russia propaganda machine …Ah yes, those pesky Russians.Looks like the anti-Russia propaganda machine is working just as plannedUnbelievable.


Couldn't agree more, it really is quite bizarre how the very people who looked to Soviet Russia as an inspiration now look at the Bear as the global bogey man.

Too much history there for me to ever love them but still better Putin and a proud Russia that protects her own rather than that suicidal psycho Merkel, her pet rat Macron and a weak subservient liberal Europe that brown noses its enemies and shafts its own.

You can get 10 license for £15 at Amazon this time of year. Just bought 2x the other day.
Edited by: "Slash" 25th Nov

I've used most of the free AV and all are decent, none perfect. For the last year+ I've used paid for Kaspersky and been very happy with it. I dunno about the Russia stuff. I'm quite certain there would be a massive backlash, not a few moany grips, had it been anything serious. I use their new cloud product now and it seems to be the best ever. But TBH I'd be pretty happy going back to Avast. I just think Kaspersky is simple to use, comprehensive, fast and almost over-secure. For me that's worth the small cost when there's bargains around like this ... it's not worth the full cost ;-)

A lot of shaded and gullible people in the comments section thinking it's only the Russians who have backdoors into your system. I'd rather them than say the UK or USA.

I'd suggest those rather than just reading the headline, read a little more into this claim. There's no evidence to back it up, there is however for the USA and UK.
Edited by: "Turret" 25th Nov

Surprised people still have such faith in mainstream media
Edited by: "JoeSpur" 25th Nov

Turret1 h, 16 m ago

A lot of shaded and gullible people in the comments section thinking it's …A lot of shaded and gullible people in the comments section thinking it's only the Russians who have backdoors into your system. I'd rather them than say the UK or USA.I'd suggest those rather than just reading the headline, read a little more into this claim. There's no evidence to back it up, there is however for the USA and UK.


Just people who are really lacking in knowledge. Even those talking about Russians are probably lacking knowledge.

How many of these "techies" know there is a full os with a complete network stack that runs under the host os. It's completely hidden away and undetectable by any software.

Read up on Intel me. That will open up your eyes to how compromised your computer is before you even install a os.
Edited by: "amkhan" 25th Nov

Or you could get Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 3 Devices 1 year for £7.99. Having looked at Kaspersky there's not a lot of difference between the two. Maximum of 2 per order though. I ordered 2 of the Internet Security to keep me going. Just activated a Kaspersky Total Security (5 devices 1 year) which I bought a couple of years ago for £6.99. So still a decent deal. I always pick them up when they are on offer and keep them for future use so I am not having to pay more than necessary.

rrb685 h, 57 m ago

Or you could get Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 3 Devices 1 year for …Or you could get Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 3 Devices 1 year for £7.99.


Where from??

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Thanks for the edit @Picard123 - didn’t know that

"Editors' Note (10/11/2017): We are aware of the allegations of Kaspersky Labs' inappropriate ties to the Russian government. Until we see some actual proof of these allegations, we will treat them as unproven, and continue to recommend Kaspersky's security products as long as their performance continues to merit our endorsement." - PC Mag 10/11/2017

Sorry forgot to say that the Kaspersky Internet Security 1 year 3 devices was also at Costco's website. Again that price would only be for members. Most other places seem to be around the £15-£16 for Kaspersky for 3 devices.

I think if any major Government wants to access your pc, I doubt any virus software will offer much protection
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