Norton Security 2.0 2015, 10 device 1 year subscription, with 25GB Backup. Retail pack @ Extreme-Hardware via eBay £30.75, download @ ebuyer £27.50
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Norton Security 2.0 2015, 10 device 1 year subscription, with 25GB Backup. Retail pack @ Extreme-Hardware via eBay £30.75, download @ ebuyer £27.50

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Found 1st Feb 2015
In the true spirit of this site I'm posting this hoping to save some Norton users a few quid and at the same time get the 10 device with backup version for less money than most places are charging for the 5 device version without back up.

I've listed a few of the usual comments that go with this type of deal for your convenience:
Norton takes too much system resources.
AVG/Avast/ANother is free.
Don't need internet security, just lock your router in a cupboard.
Norton is crap.

Credit to sheps88 who found the cheaper download price.
ebuyer.com/667…878

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This will be voted cold, due to people hating Norton. I am waiting for the Microsoft Essentials and AVG is free comments to appear very soon

10 devices properly protected for £3 each is a very good price, this is far far better than the free apps that don't protect you fully

ftoowner

This will be voted cold, due to people hating Norton. I am waiting for … This will be voted cold, due to people hating Norton. I am waiting for the Microsoft Essentials and AVG is free comments to appear very soon



Lol.... I was just about to!

You are taking a big risk here. The
wolves are straining at the leash
ready to devour posters of Internet
Security products.

Original Poster

gluke21

You are taking a big risk here. Thewolves are straining at the leashready … You are taking a big risk here. Thewolves are straining at the leashready to devour posters of InternetSecurity products.



I like to live life on the edge

C'mon, nearly an hour and no muppets spouting about how they used Norton 10 years ago and it was slow?

Well I used AVG 7 years ago and that was really slow. Switched to Norton and difference was amazing. Also good to see Norton have upped their multi licence options to 5 and 10 devices at sensible prices

Brrr I used Norton 10 mins ago and PC is soooooo sloooooowwww I really don't understand why anyone would want it...

Oh, hold on, Whats that McAfee symbol in my system tray, drat I dont have Norton, still the spirit of things it must be bad.....

Seriously, good price as long as genuine seller, Norton and McAfee are corporate AV leaders because they are the best...both are good products.

I just switched away from MSE/Defender after it failed to pick up a piece of malware that I purposefully downloaded. It did used to be good - but it has definitely lost its way.
Anyway, I am now using Kaspersky, which either comes out top or second in pretty much every online review. It is also FREE for Barclays bank account holders (3 user licence)...
So if you have a Barclays account, you can have one of the very best paid for pieces of software, with no ongoing cost.
Other banks offer different AV software. But Kaspersky seems to be the best of those offered.

I wish Apple did an Internet security, would be the coldest vote ever...

Great price

70s_kid

I like to live life on the edge



Splendid, but I can hear them coming!

How does this compare with Norton 360 ? That was my chosen premium Heat given however 360 cost a bit less.

Original Poster

discount4cash

How does this compare with Norton 360 ? That was my chosen premium Heat … How does this compare with Norton 360 ? That was my chosen premium Heat given however 360 cost a bit less.



Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security has been discontinued. You now have the option of Norton security, or Norton security with backup.

bargain. I use Norton now and its very fast and works great. heat for this price

The download version of this is only £27.50 @ ebuyer
ebuyer.com/667…878

sheps88

The download version of this is only £27.50 @ … The download version of this is only £27.50 @ ebuyerhttp://www.ebuyer.com/667931-norton-security-with-backup-2-0-25gb-en-1-user-10-devices-21338878

I think the ebay one is download as well but good find for the £3.25 saving

Great Deal ,been with Norton 360 for a few years , Brilliant Suite for me , Thanks OP

Do you have to pay full price again once the subscription is up?

myotherusernameisclean

Do you have to pay full price again once the subscription is up?



No...but you will need to find an equivalent deal such as this one....

OR, as I mentioned earlier, if you bank with Barclays, just apply for a free licence of Kaspersky Internet Security 2015. It outperforms Norton in a few areas, and is pretty much a match overall.
Most of the banks offer some kind of free anti-virus...so don't pay for anything until you've checked what your bank has to offer.
(The Kaspersky licence I was given by Barclays is a 3 user licence...which covers every Windows compute in our house!)

Excellent Deal thanks

Worst antivirus ever

Use vpn and never use antivirus which slowing down pc

dariuskolycius

Use vpn and never use antivirus which slowing down pc


Mind Telling us how a VPN would stop Malware Virus us ,Trojans ..etc..?? maybe I am missing something
or are you just a anti Norton troll?

dariuskolycius

Use vpn and never use antivirus which slowing down pc


Pahahaha like a vpn saves your PC from attacks

dariuskolycius

Use vpn and never use antivirus which slowing down pc



Jeez !! what an Idiotic and an ignorant comment , you dont have a clue do you?? Agreed definitely a troll

dariuskolycius

Use vpn and never use antivirus which slowing down pc



Haha...what a wally!
I would love to know a VPN protects you from malware!?! Please do explain

i get Bitdefender Total Security 2015 for £4.75 3 pc's 700 days. Yes Norton is a pile of pants. Always comes near the bottom of tests. So why pay stupid money for it. Bitdefender is one of the best AV by far.

I uninstalled Norton from my mates computer yesterday, and now it's fast!

Excellent security software. Trusted it for more than 10 years now and still going strong. And the Identity vault is just awesome

I have tried Norton - which is hence why I'm even bothering to post. It is rubbish. It's all very well "Finding 34 problems" - how about telling me what the hell they actually are?! Yeah that would be nice. Also one of the few anti-virus programs that actually needs it's own separate uninstaller to clear it off your system properly.

wenttoabetterplace

Haha...what a wally! I would love to know a VPN protects you from … Haha...what a wally! I would love to know a VPN protects you from malware!?! Please do explain

VPN WIKIPEDIA

Elevation

I have tried Norton - which is hence why I'm even bothering to post. It … I have tried Norton - which is hence why I'm even bothering to post. It is rubbish. It's all very well "Finding 34 problems" - how about telling me what the hell they actually are?! Yeah that would be nice. Also one of the few anti-virus programs that actually needs it's own separate uninstaller to clear it off your system properly.



This feature is called non-obtrusive security software which protectors without the users realizing it. Its beautiful when you can continue to watch a movie while Norton resolves security risks in the background.

Will you like if you are in the middle of something and Norton announces that it found a risk and needs action to resolve it. No, right!
And 90% of the users i would think would not even know what the risk is even if it told me so. I would just ask it to resolve it.
However, if someone is still interested, just visit the security history and all the details are there for every risk resolved

I had used Kaspersky and it used to be very obtrusive before. I never liked the idea and moved to Norton and never looked back Sorry, but not sure how this is now

dariuskolycius

VPN WIKIPEDIA



As before, you clearly have no idea of the role VPN's play in securing your computer!
A VPN is in no way a substitute for proper security software.
Good luck

abhijitdash123

This feature is called non-obtrusive security software which protectors … This feature is called non-obtrusive security software which protectors without the users realizing it. Its beautiful when you can continue to watch a movie while Norton resolves security risks in the background.Will you like if you are in the middle of something and Norton announces that it found a risk and needs action to resolve it. No, right!And 90% of the users i would think would not even know what the risk is even if it told me so. I would just ask it to resolve it.However, if someone is still interested, just visit the security history and all the details are there for every risk resolved :)I had used Kaspersky and it used to be very obtrusive before. I never liked the idea and moved to Norton and never looked back Sorry, but not sure how this is now



Just select the 'gaming' option in the Kaspersky settings. It automatically suppresses notifications when playing full screen video/games.
Thus far, Kaspersky has been very unobtrusive. It has only given me one pop up notification - and that was to ask if I wanted to check a removable drive for viruses.
Given that my Kaspersky edition is provided free by Barclays, I am v.impressed by its performance!

Original Poster

sheps88

The download version of this is only £27.50 @ … The download version of this is only £27.50 @ ebuyerhttp://www.ebuyer.com/667931-norton-security-with-backup-2-0-25gb-en-1-user-10-devices-21338878



Good spot sheps, credit to you☺

dariuskolycius

VPN WIKIPEDIA


Buddy Why in God'sname are you qouting a wikipedia link for VPN? Surely you cant still be thinking security suites and vp is the same ? You stil havent got a clue
Edited by: "atulwassen" 3rd Feb 2015

abhijitdash123

This feature is called non-obtrusive security software which protectors … This feature is called non-obtrusive security software which protectors without the users realizing it. Its beautiful when you can continue to watch a movie while Norton resolves security risks in the background.Will you like if you are in the middle of something and Norton announces that it found a risk and needs action to resolve it. No, right!And 90% of the users i would think would not even know what the risk is even if it told me so. I would just ask it to resolve it.However, if someone is still interested, just visit the security history and all the details are there for every risk resolved :)I had used Kaspersky and it used to be very obtrusive before. I never liked the idea and moved to Norton and never looked back Sorry, but not sure how this is now



you are quite correct it still can be accessed via security history , its all well and true when they say "I have tried " without actually trying and not even knowing the obvious place to look , enough said

Nice find, heat added.

I was just wondering the other day if there was a product that would cover all my devices...
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