Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 5 devices, 1 year £16.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon
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Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 5 devices, 1 year £16.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 13th Mar
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comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol
addso3uk16 m ago

comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol …comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol


The best anti/virus out there. The American govt hates it as it’s exposed NSA spyware on people’s PCs.
afroylnt17 m ago

Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are …Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are you trusting your security to...


You can ask that question about any and every anti-virus developer. In fact, you can ask that about almost anyone who collects your personal data. I don’t believe the Russians have any more nefarious designs upon my data than the British/American/whoever else does.
Best Antivirus I've used in the last 10 years.
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Decent price! It's one of those things I mean to get around to sorting, but never do.

Maybe at this price, I'll get around to it
comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol
Activation code cheaper delivered by frustration free packaging rather than activation code direct via email. Sigh....
addso3uk11 m ago

comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol …comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol


Yawn
Curlyman834 m ago

Yawn



Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are you trusting your security to...
addso3uk16 m ago

comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol …comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol


The best anti/virus out there. The American govt hates it as it’s exposed NSA spyware on people’s PCs.
afroylnt17 m ago

Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are …Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are you trusting your security to...


You can ask that question about any and every anti-virus developer. In fact, you can ask that about almost anyone who collects your personal data. I don’t believe the Russians have any more nefarious designs upon my data than the British/American/whoever else does.
Best Antivirus I've used in the last 10 years.
addso3uk1 h, 51 m ago

comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol …comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol


But unfortunately this version doesn't come with a complimentary tinfoil hat, so you might as well skip this one
patrick_0001 h, 35 m ago

The best anti/virus out there. The American govt hates it as it’s exposed N …The best anti/virus out there. The American govt hates it as it’s exposed NSA spyware on people’s PCs.


Correct!
Plus USA NSA has been proven of dirty work - Kaspersky none.
addso3uk1 h, 53 m ago

comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol …comes with free backdoor for kgb to use computer as hacking base lol


Yara-yara-yara...
afroylnt1 h, 39 m ago

Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are …Kaspersky was founded by an ex-KGB employee. Yawn you might but who are you trusting your security to...


Will and do trust Kaspersky but definitely not Americans.
sgs2228 m ago

But unfortunately this version doesn't come with a complimentary tinfoil …But unfortunately this version doesn't come with a complimentary tinfoil hat, so you might as well skip this one


know we all know the tin foil hat myth has been pushed as they can read your mind through that its clingfilm and cheese slices hat you need
Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be protected. This just comes with features which can be useful, yes, but are they necessary, no.
matt02029513th Mar

Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be …Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be protected. This just comes with features which can be useful, yes, but are they necessary, no.


Agreed. I've been told this by a lot of people. Once my Kaspersky runs out I'm going to try that
Actually BitDefender is better than Kaspersky. For me at least, it found files Kaspersky didn't, I also don't like the Russian aspect.

You can usually get the keys cheap for all of them on eBay anyway.

Here's a PC Mag Roundup
Edited by: "tjc2005" 13th Mar
matt02029513th Mar

Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be …Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be protected. This just comes with features which can be useful, yes, but are they necessary, no.


From PC Mag:

"Windows Defender? Nope

Not long ago, the Windows Defender program built into Windows 10 evolved, like a Pokemon. It's now called Microsoft Windows Defender Security Center, because in addition to antivirus protection it manages Windows Firewall and other Windows security features, but it doesn't truly qualify as a suite.

Its independent antivirus test scores, which have literally come in below zero in the past, have been steadily improving, but they're still not great. And it earned a dismal score in our hands-on malware protection test. Don't even think about using this free buit-in as a substitute for a security suite."
Curlyman832 h, 31 m ago

You can ask that question about any and every anti-virus developer. In …You can ask that question about any and every anti-virus developer. In fact, you can ask that about almost anyone who collects your personal data. I don’t believe the Russians have any more nefarious designs upon my data than the British/American/whoever else does.



Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of food poisoning.
For anyone who is looking for a fast scanner that uses hardly any resources I'd say get Winroot. Amazing and isn't paid for by people who assassinate peoples in our country.
Just put a condom on your rj45....simple
Was 1.69£ for 5 devices in 2016 I still remember that deal..
Or free with Barclays but they are almost banned in UK..
Avast free for me with online security and add blocker with Firefox

touching the helmet,no nastys in over 8 years
Used for years but no longer. I am just taking a bit more care understanding who actually is behind a programme or app I download for my pc, tablet, or phone be it free or paid for. If I have some doubts then I just use another programme or app since there are plenty out there.
I too have ditched this AV having used it for years dye the fear of data etc. Soon as the UK banks dropped this so did I.

Anyways I found one better, much better called F-secure. Free for 12 months via Virgin Media. Pc, mobile and tablet. Best parental controls ever. Block apps set times brilliant.
afroylnt6 h, 56 m ago

Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of …Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of food poisoning.


I’ve yet to see any evidence it was the Russians. Do you really swallow everything you see on the news?
Used it for the past 10 years.Good find but can buy a licence on eBay for about £7 that's what I've done every year and it's been fine.Who cares about what the yanks say about it I have nothing to hide and personally don't care.The same people complaint probably own an iPhone or android device
matt02029513th Mar

Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be …Just use what comes default with your Windows 10 laptop and you'll be protected. This just comes with features which can be useful, yes, but are they necessary, no.


Good logic but for bunker users only
tjc200510 h, 37 m ago

Actually BitDefender is better than Kaspersky. For me at least, it found …Actually BitDefender is better than Kaspersky. For me at least, it found files Kaspersky didn't, I also don't like the Russian aspect.You can usually get the keys cheap for all of them on eBay anyway.Here's a PC Mag Roundup


Bitdefender good as well but Russian aspects you have mentioned only bull s... articles from the media
Edited by: "junk15" 14th Mar
afroylnt7 h, 33 m ago

Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of …Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of food poisoning.


Russians asked to be involved in the investigation and asked formula of the agent - they been refused, definitely just normal food poisoning.
danflorin39 h, 40 m ago

Was 1.69£ for 5 devices in 2016 I still remember that deal..Or free …Was 1.69£ for 5 devices in 2016 I still remember that deal..Or free with Barclays but they are almost banned in UK..


Not banned but not recommended by some "politico-technical" advisor
Edited by: "junk15" 14th Mar
TomH72 h, 45 m ago

I hope the packaging is signed by Putin himself


If it has - 100% secure then
Edited by: "junk15" 14th Mar
TiptreeJam2 h, 33 m ago

Used for years but no longer. I am just taking a bit more care …Used for years but no longer. I am just taking a bit more care understanding who actually is behind a programme or app I download for my pc, tablet, or phone be it free or paid for. If I have some doubts then I just use another programme or app since there are plenty out there.

Just untick data exchange option if you do not trust.
If that option is not secure as you may think - then think about of 6 months of independent international investigation which has been gone through by top "western" cyber companies - they found nothing suspicious at all. If data exchange option was data collection of the user location, history etc - then investigators told you - but they did not.
Edited by: "junk15" 14th Mar
junk1521 m ago

Bitdefender good as well but Russian aspects your are mentioned only bull …Bitdefender good as well but Russian aspects your are mentioned only bull s... articles from the media


In your opinion, so maybe I should take what you say as bull too. I'll stick to what works for me though, thanks.
tjc20056 m ago

In your opinion, so maybe I should take what you say as bull too. I'll …In your opinion, so maybe I should take what you say as bull too. I'll stick to what works for me though, thanks.


You can stick to anything you like, even you can protect your device with baseball bat but i didn't mean your bull wordings - i said media (press), but if you do believe 100% to what newspaper said - good luck.
junk155 h, 57 m ago

Russians asked to be involved in the investigation and asked formula of …Russians asked to be involved in the investigation and asked formula of the agent - they been refused, definitely just normal food poisoning.


Logical people would disagree...you must be a fan.
Curlyman836 h, 36 m ago

I’ve yet to see any evidence it was the Russians. Do you really swallow e …I’ve yet to see any evidence it was the Russians. Do you really swallow everything you see on the news?


Logical people can work it out.
afroylnt17 h, 59 m ago

Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of …Of course not and the recent tragic event in Salisbury was just a case of food poisoning.


What’s that got to do with Kaspersky? Are you trying to suggest that installing this anti-virus on my laptop will cause my hard-drive to vent noxious nerve gas into my face?

Have a word with yourself.
afroylnt4 h, 33 m ago

Logical people can work it out.



The dictionary definition of ‘logic’ is: “reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.” - seems as though I cannot assess the validity of our Government’s claims (I haven’t seen ANY evidence linking Russia to the attack) it’s impossible for me to use logic in order to solve this conundrum.
junk1510 h, 28 m ago

You can stick to anything you like, even you can protect your device with …You can stick to anything you like, even you can protect your device with baseball bat but i didn't mean your bull wordings - i said media (press), but if you do believe 100% to what newspaper said - good luck.


It was actually the government on behalf of the UK cyber agency that issued the warning about kaspersky. Not the media, they just reported on it. But whatever you say.
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