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McAfee Internet Security 2016 - UNLIMITED DEVICES! ARGOS - £3.99
McAfee Internet Security 2016 - UNLIMITED DEVICES! ARGOS - £3.99

McAfee Internet Security 2016 - UNLIMITED DEVICES! ARGOS - £3.99

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McAfee Internet Security provides trusted protection for every device you own so you can shop, bank, and socialise with confidence. Includes essential features like PC optimisation tools, Wi-Fi network manager, and the True Key app to optimise your PC, and manage all your user names and passwords across all your devices.

Provides protection against: viruses, spyware and trojans and phishing.Protect every device you own comprehensive protection for all your pcs, macs, smartphones, and tablets with the convenience of a single subscription.Guard against viruses and the latest threats block viruses, malware, ransomware, spyware, unwanted programs, and more.Identity manager use true key by intel security to quickly and easily log in to your devices, favorite sites, and apps using facial recognition and attributes unique to you.Parental controls ensure your children have a safe online experience.Free support includes technical support, security advisors, and customer service available for the life of your subscription.

General information:

Software licence activated for 12 months.

Minimum PC system requirements:

Windows 7 or later operating system

19 Comments

Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?

pennyfarthing88

Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?


No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.

you may as well throw the disc out and wear the box on your head. protect your PC better....

Original Poster

Once installed the McAfee Internet Security 2016 will indeed scan your computer and endeavour to remove any viruses already present, as well as protect from future threats.

spannerzone

No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on … No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.



Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it cost me any less not to use it - free and included with subscription.

Prior to that was with Sky broadband and exactly same thing, included free in subscription.

Might be worth looking at what's included in your subscription as most ISP's offer it for free with a broadband service.

pennyfarthing88

Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?

spannerzone

No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on … No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.

pennyfarthing88

Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it … Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it cost me any less not to use it - free and included with subscription. Prior to that was with Sky broadband and exactly same thing, included free in subscription. Might be worth looking at what's included in your subscription as most ISP's offer it for free with a broadband service.


Ah my ironic comment must be too subtle.... you'd have to pay me to install this software onto my machine, is what I meant.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Jan

Three derogatory comments but no useful or positive suggestion as to an alternative.

AVG all the way but good deal for peeps that buy. Heat Added

BytheBay

Three derogatory comments but no useful or positive suggestion as to an … Three derogatory comments but no useful or positive suggestion as to an alternative.



​Microsoft Windows Defender. It's free. Interesting that experts say non MS AV are worse than no AV robert.ocallahan.org/201…m=1

BytheBay

Three derogatory comments but no useful or positive suggestion as to an … Three derogatory comments but no useful or positive suggestion as to an alternative.



uk.pcmag.com/avg…017

My friend does all sorts online ( for years ) i.e. Torrents & rates this as the best free protection

The problem with the McAfee name is that it has such an awful reputation and deservedly so.

So even though the company is now a subsidiary of Intel, they should ditch the name.

This is why it is so cheap, people just don't trust the name based on it's history, regardless of whether it might be a potentially good product or not.

Not a security suite - virus for £4...

its a better deal to do without. Here is the boring repitive reason why. You decide: google.co.uk/amp…ds/

pennyfarthing88

Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?

spannerzone

No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on … No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.

pennyfarthing88

Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it … Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it cost me any less not to use it - free and included with subscription. Prior to that was with Sky broadband and exactly same thing, included free in subscription. Might be worth looking at what's included in your subscription as most ISP's offer it for free with a broadband service.

brainsys

its a better deal to do without. Here is the boring repitive reason why. … its a better deal to do without. Here is the boring repitive reason why. You decide: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.theregister.co.uk/AMP/2016/11/17/google_hacker_pleads_try_whitelists_not_just_bunk_antivirus_ids/



You couldn't pay me to use it



That's been my stance for over 10 years

Mc Afee is SNAKE OiL

Microsoft Defender is already on your PC and mobiles don't need antivirus
Edited by: "cullies" 31st Jan

cullies

Mc Afee is SNAKE OiLMicrosoft Defender is already on your PC and mobiles … Mc Afee is SNAKE OiLMicrosoft Defender is already on your PC and mobiles don't need antivirus



Android very vulnerable system
There are many malware for Android and you can face huge bills from your operator
If you are a advanced user and you check apps permissions all the time - it's ok. But most users just allow everything for apps...
Edited by: "Mogolent" 31st Jan

kaspersky is the best. macafee isn't gr8 at all.
Edited by: "anuruddha" 31st Jan

pennyfarthing88

Isn't this free from your broadband provider ?

spannerzone

No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on … No usually you get paid to install McAfee, at least that's my stance on using their software.

pennyfarthing88

Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it … Well I've got McAfee and it didn't cost me a bean with BT - nor did it cost me any less not to use it - free and included with subscription. Prior to that was with Sky broadband and exactly same thing, included free in subscription. Might be worth looking at what's included in your subscription as most ISP's offer it for free with a broadband service.


Just removed McAfee from my new Lenovo.
Was driving me mad.
Have used WD and Free Malwarebytes for years.

brainsys

its a better deal to do without. Here is the boring repitive reason why. … its a better deal to do without. Here is the boring repitive reason why. You decide: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.theregister.co.uk/AMP/2016/11/17/google_hacker_pleads_try_whitelists_not_just_bunk_antivirus_ids/



​Exactly why I don't use third party AV software. Instead use Windows Defender with Voodooshield Pro and Hitman Pro.Alert.
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