Kaspersky Total Security 2019 10 Devices  1 Year £16.99 @ Amazon
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Kaspersky Total Security 2019 10 Devices 1 Year £16.99 @ Amazon

£16.99£27.9939%Amazon Deals
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Found 7th Apr
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  • Kaspersky Total Security 2019, 10 Devices includes antivirus and firewall to protect your devices from viruses, attacks and malware
  • Your code will be delivered by email 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 families against viruses, attacks, fraud, spyware, cybercrime and more
  • Protects your privacy - by blocking phishing, spying and online behaviour tracking
  • Automatically adds extra security when your family's online shopping or banking
  • Includes Kaspersky Safe Kids - to protect kids on PC, Mac and mobile devices
  • Password Manager securely stores website & account passwords - for easy access from all devices. Safeguards precious photos, music & memories - with backup copies & encryption
  • On installation, you will automatically be given the upgraded version of your Kaspersky product regardless of what it says on the packaging


  • Platform: Windows 10 / 7 / 8.1, Android, Mac OS X
  • Media: Software Download

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People still pay for anti virus and anti malware?

Seriously stop. Your wasting your money.

Allow me to explain:

If your on Windows 10 or 7, both come with Windows Defender anti virus & Malware out of the box. It does a decent job of protecting your machine, companies use it so you know it works.

For added peace of mind also download malwarebytes for additional cover. The free version of this is more then enough.

Then just get get an ad blocker plug in for your browser. For chrome one of the best is Ghostery, you can use it to block ads, website trackers, the works!

All the above free and subscription free!

Stop paying for virus protection.

Edited: Added more details. Spread the good word
Edited by: "RTSFirebat" 7th Apr
Consistently one of the best AV's. Though not for you if you are susceptible to swallowing the constant BBC anti-Russia rhetoric
Good find i have 3 days left on my old license :). It seems to be the case that amazon is working with russian spies to delivery their backdoor at special rates
Crazy that there are Windows Defender defenders.

It’s like saying you have lock on your front door that ‘sort of works...
Edited by: "MRP" 15th May
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Good find i have 3 days left on my old license :). It seems to be the case that amazon is working with russian spies to delivery their backdoor at special rates
Cheers went for the 3 devices 2 years
Consistently one of the best AV's. Though not for you if you are susceptible to swallowing the constant BBC anti-Russia rhetoric
can you buy now but activate it in 5 month time?
Edited by: "sia" 7th Apr
sia5 m ago

can you buy now but use it in 5 month time?


Yes you can

Also worth a check on the email renewal notifications from them, I renewed a couple weeks ago and ended up paying 25 quid for 2 years for KIS
Edited by: "a666andy" 7th Apr
sia10 m ago

can you buy now but activate it in 5 month time?


Unless things have changed you can use this code when you want to. Sometimes it's been 6 months before I've started using the licence as I buy when I see a deal here rather than waiting until my licence expires.
Be warned though you can't activate for individual devices. Once you activate one then the licence period is commenced for all.
People still pay for anti virus and anti malware?

Seriously stop. Your wasting your money.

Allow me to explain:

If your on Windows 10 or 7, both come with Windows Defender anti virus & Malware out of the box. It does a decent job of protecting your machine, companies use it so you know it works.

For added peace of mind also download malwarebytes for additional cover. The free version of this is more then enough.

Then just get get an ad blocker plug in for your browser. For chrome one of the best is Ghostery, you can use it to block ads, website trackers, the works!

All the above free and subscription free!

Stop paying for virus protection.

Edited: Added more details. Spread the good word
Edited by: "RTSFirebat" 7th Apr
I've started using the free version of Kaspersky. I used to pay for it but I only turn the PC on once in a blue moon (I mainly use my tablet) so it wasn't worth paying for it. I used to be to buy an old version of Kaspersky cheaply to get the license key then download and install the latest version from their website and apply the license key to it.
After being a long-term Avast Free user, and recommended it wholeheartedly over the years, I've recently switched to Kaspersky Free and now recommend it completely to friends and family. Avast just got too intrusive with its pop-up ads.

With that said, there is no need to pay for antivirus software. Just pair up Kaspersky Free with Malwarebytes Anti-malware, as well as Ccleaner (not an antivirus program; just a very good junk file cleaner), and you're good to go.
To clarify Kaspersky licencing rules:

You can buy this today and use it whenever you want to activate on 10 devices. This can be in 3months time, or 3 years time. The licence is for Total Security. It is valid for Total Security 2019, 2020, or 2021 etc etc. It matters not that it is a later version should you buy now and use it in a year or two's time. The only restriction is that it must be used for Total Security suite & nothing else.

However....the year or two years licence period starts running (on all of the 10 device licences) on the date that you activate it on the 1st device.

Also, you must activate all 10 devices within 30 days of the 1st device otherwise you lose any unused device licences.
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 7th Apr
Used to get it from Barclays, but they stopped it after all this Russia espionage rhetoric
BritishDragon39 m ago

To clarify Kaspersky licencing rules:You can buy this today and use it …To clarify Kaspersky licencing rules:You can buy this today and use it whenever you want to activate on 10 devices. This can be in 3months time, or 3 years time. The licence is for Total Security. It is valid for Total Security 2019, 2020, or 2021 etc etc. It matters not that it is a later version should you buy now and use it in a year or two's time. The only restriction is that it must be used for Total Security suite & nothing else.However.... the year or two years licence period starts running (on all of the 10 device licences) on the date that you activate it on the 1st device. Also, you must activate all 10 devices within 30 days of the 1st device otherwise you lose any unused device licences.


The packaging on mine states "Activation code is valid until the end of 2020", purchased it last year so it may have changed since then but are you sure there is no expiry for the code?
I'm curious as I'm thinking of getting another 1 to use when my expires.

Also, I've added (and changed) devices without any issue later than 30 days after the 1st device, can you please show a source for this?
The packaging on mine only references the fact that the "licence period starts when you activate the product on the first device."
Bought the 2 year 3 devices from Amazon in January for the same price £19.99 just installed it this week when mine ran out. Been using Kaspersky for years, good software.
Cannot trust the Russians. Should move out of Russia. Cold
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 7th Apr
I personally changed from Kaspersky as I hated the interface but this is a great deal.

I think Barclays still sort you out with a free code if you use their online banking
Edited by: "CHAOSEN3" 7th Apr
Kinio3 h, 53 m ago

Good find i have 3 days left on my old license :). It seems to be the case …Good find i have 3 days left on my old license :). It seems to be the case that amazon is working with russian spies to delivery their backdoor at special rates


And they knew your licence was about to run
Sorry daft question but do these expire as such? I still have appox 6 months left on my current 10 device licence?
italondonistaavataurino3 h, 43 m ago

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Yes, your mate on the battlefield in Ukraine killing his own Ukrainian citizens in the east of the country is a very reliable and unbiased source. And you're rubbish about "Russian aggression" and "annexed Crimea" just made me laugh out loud. You are a comedian!

This is one of the best anti-virus products out there!
Edited by: "zaheer2003" 7th Apr
CHAOSEN31 h, 3 m ago

I personally changed from Kaspersky as I hated the interface but this is a …I personally changed from Kaspersky as I hated the interface but this is a great deal.I think Barclays still sort you out with a free code if you use their online banking


Do you have a link for Barclays?
highcontrast34 m ago

Sorry daft question but do these expire as such? I still have appox 6 …Sorry daft question but do these expire as such? I still have appox 6 months left on my current 10 device licence?



No, just activate a new code once your current subscription has expired (or is near to expiring).


Thanks.
I went for the 2 year, 3 Devices option.
RTSFirebat12 h, 3 m ago

People still pay for anti virus and anti malware?If your on Windows 10 it …People still pay for anti virus and anti malware?If your on Windows 10 it comes with Windows defender out of the box which odds a decent job of protecting your machine.Download malwarebytes for additional cover.Then just get get an ad blocker plug in for your browser.All the above free and subscription free!


Microsoft have a track record of terrible quality, just look at how often they have to patch their Windows O/S. I would not trust any of their products to protect my security.
Nesima07/04/2019 12:52

Microsoft have a track record of terrible quality, just look at how often …Microsoft have a track record of terrible quality, just look at how often they have to patch their Windows O/S. I would not trust any of their products to protect my security.


And yet millions do.

It's rare for there to be super' viruses and when they do they usually encryption ones which even ones like this av deal can't protect against. The NHS mess is an example of that.

Windows defender gets daily updates.

I've worked for multiple companies who use Windows defender and it doesn't fail.
Edited by: "RTSFirebat" 15th May
Derek_Lancelot_Shatwell1 h, 18 m ago

No, just activate a new code once your current subscription has expired …No, just activate a new code once your current subscription has expired (or is near to expiring).Thanks.I went for the 2 year, 3 Devices option.


Thanks Derek, much appreciated...although I should have checked there was a 2 year 3 device option!
iwilliams5410 h, 10 m ago

Cheers went for the 3 devices 2 years


So did I - for 19.99- Thanks ! I hope it is not one of the China based hackers -who producing key by keygens..
pete.kow3 m ago

So did I - for 19.99- Thanks ! I hope it is not one of the China based …So did I - for 19.99- Thanks ! I hope it is not one of the China based hackers -who producing key by keygens..


Its an Amazon deal of the day so should be legit...
I see people recommending Windows Defender, but it did nothing to stop a variety of malware/adware getting onto my machine recently. Since installing Sophos and Malwarebytes, which managed to remove them, my computer is now unusable. Webpages don't load, etc. Forcing me to reinstall. For the sake of £13-17/year to avoid hours of IT, I'd gladly pay.

My personal experience is also backed up by independent testing: av-comparatives.org
Windows Defender ranks very poorly.
Edited by: "NitrousUK" 7th Apr
CHAOSEN39 h, 6 m ago

I personally changed from Kaspersky as I hated the interface but this is a …I personally changed from Kaspersky as I hated the interface but this is a great deal.I think Barclays still sort you out with a free code if you use their online banking


No Barclays stopped doing this ages ago
Ebay is my go to for 1yrs Kaspersky. Never had an issue half this price.
How do people get malware and viruses on their computer, unless you download dodgy applications and then proceed to press install on the wizard popup you should be safe. I haven't installed an antivirus application on Windows and my PC has no issues, and if your PC is lagging it's more likely related to full memory than malware.
Don't ever buy kasersky waste of time
Sophos home perimium is a far better product home.sophos.com/en-…BwE
RTSFirebat9 h, 31 m ago

And yet millions do.It's rare for there to but 'super' viruses and when …And yet millions do.It's rare for there to but 'super' viruses and when they do they usually encryption ones which even ones like this deal can protect against. The NSH mess is an example of that.Windows defender gets daily updates.I've worked for multiple companies who use Windows defender and it doesn't fail.I understand your concerns but with that logic you best stop using your phone since google spies on you constantly Edited : and FYI they release patches to fix ongoing threats and fix bugs. And you don't have to install updates if you don't want to


Ransomrware is the correct term...
preecey13 h, 1 m ago

After being a long-term Avast Free user, and recommended it wholeheartedly …After being a long-term Avast Free user, and recommended it wholeheartedly over the years, I've recently switched to Kaspersky Free and now recommend it completely to friends and family. Avast just got too intrusive with its pop-up ads.With that said, there is no need to pay for antivirus software. Just pair up Kaspersky Free with Malwarebytes Anti-malware, as well as Ccleaner (not an antivirus program; just a very good junk file cleaner), and you're good to go.


I'd just buy sophos home it's standard version is free but the premium is basically malwarebytes and CCleaner and more all in one.
Thanks just what i was looking for, heat added
BritishDragon14 h, 59 m ago

Consistently one of the best AV's. Though not for you if you are …Consistently one of the best AV's. Though not for you if you are susceptible to swallowing the constant BBC anti-Russia rhetoric


Grow up.
jcstudios2 h, 31 m ago

How do people get malware and viruses on their computer, unless you …How do people get malware and viruses on their computer, unless you download dodgy applications and then proceed to press install on the wizard popup you should be safe. I haven't installed an antivirus application on Windows and my PC has no issues, and if your PC is lagging it's more likely related to full memory than malware.


There are a very wide range of ways of getting viruses/malware, that include perfectly legit usage of a computer, eg compromised websites. So this is very bad advice. You say you don't have an antivirus, so how do you even know if you have any malware? Could be working without you knowing, taking personal info for example.
sam_of_london14 h, 0 m ago

Cannot trust the Russians. Should move out of Russia. Cold


I trust the Russians about as much as I trust Micro$oft
Expired?
Thanks OP, just received mine from Amazon
Edited by: "ShaksR" 8th Apr
Is it possible to stack 5 of these and have cheap coverage for the next 5 years?
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