Three-PC Two-Year AVG 2015 License: Anti-Virus (£9.99) or Internet Security (£19.99) (Up to 83% Off) @ Binary Distribution/Groupon
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Three-PC Two-Year AVG 2015 License: Anti-Virus (£9.99) or Internet Security (£19.99) (Up to 83% Off) @ Binary Distribution/Groupon

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Found 2nd Feb 2015
Choose from the following options for 2015 AVG licenses, distributed by Binary Distribution Limited:
•£9.99 for the anti-virus (83% off)
•£19.99 for Internet security(75% off)

Anti-Virus 2015
•Helps stop, remove and prevent the spreading of viruses
•Protects the PC from malware
•Helps keep control of the PC in your hands, not some hacker’s
•Detects infected or rogue inbound attachments
•Identifies and prevents emerging threats “in the cloud” via automatic updates
•Instantly converts every new threat encountered

InternetSecurity 2015
•Ultimate virus protection for online operations such as banking or shopping
•Scans quickly and helps clean the computer
•User-friendly interface
•Automatic updates and fee 24/7 support
•File shredder
•Data safe: encrypts and password-protects private files
•Anti-spam: stops spammers and scammers
•WiFi guard

8 Comments

If you bank with Barclays, you get Kaspersky for free (3 user licence). Much better than AVG...! In fact, it's much better than pretty much every AV software out there!

I'm amazed how many people still pay for security software. It's free.
Edited by: "pet2000" 2nd Feb 2015

pet2000

I'm amazed how many people still pay for security software. It's free.



Let me guess....Avast or Windows Defender, & MalwareBytes?!

I was of the same opinion as you. But Windows Defender is a shadow of what it once was....and Avast does not do very well in tests either. MalwareBytes also does not do any proactive defending in the free edition.

Kaspersky is superb though. It gives proper browser protection unlike the flaky one that is built into Avast (I have tried browsing to malware infested websites, and I just get a big red warning telling me that the URL is blocked by Kaspersky). It also does a much better job of blocking virus test files which Defender allowed me to download (and which it only deleted after a couple of minutes). Kaspersky also has the best detection rate for new/unrecognised viruses....and a 0% false positive rate.

In short, you pay for what you get. Premium antivirus is much better than every free piece of software out there. But you don't even have to make a choice. If you have an account with a major high street bank, you will get a free licence for a premium antivirus (Barclays bank seems to be the best given that they are offering the number 1 AV software for free).

Eset smart security will always be No.1 for me.

plus I sail the high seas so i'm good.

How much is ESET

I love Bitdefender security, it's pretty low in terms of system resource usage. I got a 6 month key for £2 on G2A and it's got loads of brilliant tools, just something thing to consider

Hot,good price.

wenttoabetterplace

Let me guess....Avast or Windows Defender, & MalwareBytes?!I was of the … Let me guess....Avast or Windows Defender, & MalwareBytes?!I was of the same opinion as you. But Windows Defender is a shadow of what it once was....and Avast does not do very well in tests either. MalwareBytes also does not do any proactive defending in the free edition.Kaspersky is superb though. It gives proper browser protection unlike the flaky one that is built into Avast (I have tried browsing to malware infested websites, and I just get a big red warning telling me that the URL is blocked by Kaspersky). It also does a much better job of blocking virus test files which Defender allowed me to download (and which it only deleted after a couple of minutes). Kaspersky also has the best detection rate for new/unrecognised viruses....and a 0% false positive rate.In short, you pay for what you get. Premium antivirus is much better than every free piece of software out there. But you don't even have to make a choice. If you have an account with a major high street bank, you will get a free licence for a premium antivirus (Barclays bank seems to be the best given that they are offering the number 1 AV software for free).



true nowadays, free ones are ok still. The only thing is the full suite premium anti virus are often resource hogs and I would not recommend them for low spec PC's like dual core Pentium or AMD equivalents.
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