All Antivirus Discounts, Offers and Sale - November 2018
Then McAfee is run by the American government (NSA).
and run by Russians...
Kaspersky antivirus is free.
Thanks, heat added.
Or more if its the 3 user version
Kaspersky to Webroot (lol) No thank you Barclays these products aren't even in the same league. Massive downgrade for your customers. "No time-consuming updates or slow scans" Meaning their not very pro-active in updating or trying to counter threats past, present or future.
Two years upgrade at 70% off is just awesome!
Working for me, got Kaspersky Total Security, 5 Devices 2 Years for £33. Code activated fine.
Have used Kaspersky for years and it is great....but have bought codes off of fleabay for last 5yrs with zero issues.
Yes, thanks for listing, good price.
Don't go anywhere near them..they will slow down your computer. Use windows defender and security essentials.
I've always found it ok and for this price for 5 devices it's not bad. I still got over a year on my bitdefender, so won't be buying at this time
I heard Norton is a pile of (poo) and to go with Kaspersky. Any comments from PC experts?
Yeah. I can't help it though. Sorry.. Gerrrr! When I see antivirus for android I just go ape. Dose my nut! Useless. It would need root access on device to do anything and it doesn't. Google has play protect in the play store app if everyone bothered to look, showing the time and date your phone was scanned by Google. Shows 7.03am today and im all good. Maybe you are right. Keep quiet. Let folks spend their money, but don't get me started on the other os platforms mentioned
Let’s not turn this to another post on whether we do need an antivirus or not! Lol
I didn't say don't get antivirus, but the free ones are more than capable and aren't resources hogs like Norton and McAfee. I run Malwares Bytes and Windows Defender, never have any problems
It's 2018 isn't there more reasons why people need antivirus?
It's 2018 and people still pay for antivirus (lol)
Using nord vpn but still giving me gbp prices
If this is what’s troubling you, you should also delete your Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps etc. We live in a truly Orwellian world these days, and nobody seems to care! (shock)
I won't be Putin this anywhere near my devices! I used it for years without issue, simply prefer Bitdefender these days. Hot deal.
Last I checked over £30, sometimes £33. I know about the free version, but it comes up repeatedly with desktop notifications to purchase the paid version, and it's quite expensive. I used to get Kaspersky free from my bank as well before, but they stopped. I bought the paid version because of the additional functions like parental control and others. Have had Kaspersky for over 10 years, not had any issues.
Thank you, I'll bookmark the site for next time.
Seriously I thought everyone knew that Mcafee sold his antivirus software to Intel like over a decade ago, those people talking about trusting this AV software based on media coverage of the "former" owner are insane. Sure Intel are probably wondering if keeping his name was a good idea i.e. its not so positive as it was, but still, get with the current decade.
Watch Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee, and decide if you trust Mcafee !
Everyone has heard a bad story about <insert AV here>, Norton used to be the bad one, then Kaspersky with its supposed Russian links. Truth is they all have to be invasive to do their job, if an Anti Virus does not have some impact on your PC its not working correctly, they simply have to read a file as its opened to do their job, and its better to be careful than getting Malware. None of them are perfect, they cant ever be 100% safe and which one is the best all depends on what samples the comany has analysed and got signitures for, and when the last upgrade was released compared to the testing date. The built in Windows Defender is good, but its only AV/Anti Malware, pay more for a premium product and you get more bells and whiles like VPN, Child protection, rejection of suspisious websites, password safes and so on.
mcafee is malware. Avoid.
Although the free Avast, now with NON STOP pop ups trying to get you to upgrade is a major pain, bordering on spyware itself!
The 10 devices version is also on offer. I purchased it for £25 a few days ago. I just purchased it again for £18 so I get back the diffrence.
Voted hot. Great price always worked well for us
You can only speak as you find but I was tempted by a giveaway price on Kaspersky last year and regretted it to the point after 3 days of their support not able to resolve issues I went back to Norton.
Thanks for sharing @Julsocks !
I put Sophos Free on the ms. Mac some years ago. Then out of the blue last week got an email fron Sophos saying my 30 day free trial had expired.
Please, dont listen to people who are called "geniuses" as a job title - if someone at Apple actually said that to you then that is outrageous. Apple OS' are indeed less susceptible to viruses/malware etc - in comparison to PC i'd guess at 99 to 1 but they still are vulnerable to threats of various natures! However an Anti Virus these days is not just that, it protects you for a multitude of things from browser plugins, malicious files like Macros embedded in a harmless documents, website spoofing and I even think that the crypto viruses hit Macs too (could be wrong) - I am sure some of the IT guys from larger companies can chime in on more horror stories. Point is, have something, free or paid but just do not have nothing regardless of PC or MAC. I have nothing against Macs before the usual PC vs Mac arguments inevitably start!
Spoke to apple their staff are of the opinion if your mac is up to date you don’t need to add AV
Yes its technically the enterprise version, but I expect the product is effectively the same, just a different endpoint software on the client.
Better in what way? It's slower close range, and long range. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tp-link/1406022/tp-link-deco-m5-review-a-challenger-for-google-wifis-crown It's better if you want the 2 years AV...
Some advice please if you could? What the difference is between these units and the BT ones? I notice Alexa compatibility mentioned on the TP ones, not sure what use this would be for a WiFi system? Also someone has mentioned Ubiquiti Networks device - would this be better than either of the above?
I've just replaced my M5 setup that i also added a 4th node to. With 2 Ubquiti AP Lite access points. Then installed the controller onto windows. Far better experience. the M5 needed rebooted every 1-2 weeks. Would not connect via App very reliably. The 'Traffic' monitoring, only volume, was useless. Also the hand off between mobile device an nodes sucks.
Got rid of our Cisco set up in work and got the ubiquiti AC ones, very pleased with them
^ What he said.
Lol well atleast it's some form of protection.
thank you , and I have found and submitted one deal before here and it is still alive https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bitdefender-total-security-multi-device-2018-5-pc-1-year-mac-windows-android-1913-2872223
You may as well do the 6 months free one https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-bitdefender-total-security-2018-6-months-limited-time-offer-2945577 just make sure you use an email address that youve never used with them before if youve used a free one in the past on your existing account.
£19.08 now (£3.82 more), the last key i bought last year was £11 for Total Security 5 devices 1 Year sub... I should have bought a few keys back then but wasn't sure how long you had to activate them.
Yeah i was about to buy a couple of keys on Friday and got side tracked, bummer.. its expired now.
It really doesn't say. Just one breach as a result, then subscription instructions on a red/Scarlet background then a explanation of different breaches, social media buttons and the page footer. Sadly no actual info. I'll try on my laptop rather than a mobile.
Don't pay attention to the trolls. This is an excellent service that anyone can benefit from. Also note that a breach doesn't have to include your password. It's still good to know if other identifiable information like your address or payment information has been breached. Bonus for the webmasters out there: you can subscribe your domain to the service and be alerted of any breaches that concern email addresses on your domain.
Every site that needs to be secure is now protected by 2 step authorisation,i still subscriobe to this site though as it is nice to know.but the 2 step suthorisation has all but put an end to having any of my accounts hacked.
This site doesn't show all compromises, so make sure you change passwords every so often
The guy who made the website is now Microsoft's regional director. Make it that what you will but I think it's safe
For me, it's in the over burdening, heavy-handed, intrusive and resource hungry bracket. However, your bracket mileage may vary.
Defender is resource hungry and not very good AV solution when it comes to detection. However it's OK if you only goto known trusted websites and only download from reputable sites. Check AV-comparative performance benchmarks. M$ can definitely release better version but they will "Not" to avoid regulatory scrutiny. They definitely don't want another "Internet Explorer" saga with EU.
No just no. Gonna get cold in here.
Correct as all you are doing is buying a subscription deal to get the latest definitions, these days while we have defender doing this already you really are only buying Malware defences which this does pretty well, I suspect over the next few years defender will have this covered and these AV companies will have only business use.
For those who dont know McAfee is in the top notch bracket.Hot.
The combination of average CPU and hard disk will make this a bit sluggish. A 128GB SSD would be nice - not sure what price point they start at.
g2a.com - it is a rough price might be £7 might be $7
There are many antivirus tools out there, such as Symantec(Norton), McAfee, Avira, Avast, Kaspersky. Sophos i think is a decent product and its free...
Thanks for the heads up on Bitdefender. I will still give it a go but will keep a close eye on how the laptop performs, just in case.
I would assume that it was G2A.com. I just purchased a key from them for £5.89. Hope that helps.
I tried Bitdefender many years ago and it caused my PC to slow down and had "stability" issues. I also recently tried Bitdefender Free (months ago now), and encountered my PC having 'issues', after uninstalling and switching to Sophos Free, my PC resumed 'normal and stable' operations. I am now trying out Kaspersky Free which has not given me any problems so far.
Before installing: After installing:
Personally endorsed by Vladimir Putin (angel)
Putin did you say (shock) (shock) (shock)
Great AV, firewall one of the best also (internet security version)
Yep. They have said they aren't offering it to their customers anymore but I have used it for years and like it.
anyone have a spare code for this , would greatly appreciate it if you could PM, thanks
Suppose people based in the UK still want to use Kaspersky AV, is there any practical actions one can take? How about any recommended settings that will minimise on exposure?
Sorry but I think you are just a Russian Troll.
Nope they didn't. False information spreads so well doesn't it. Israel programmers, backed by USA, in one specific incident hacked a copy of Kaspersky to spy on an organisation. Or so the story goes. There was no backdoor and given physical access they could have chosen any piece of software. The only thing Kaspersky AV has been proven to do 'wrong' was submit a NSA written keylogger found on a PC to the company for analysis. This is something practically all AV software does and is opt out. So, it worked exactly as designed but just so happened to catch the NSA out. Facts (as best as known) people!
I'm using avast at the moment. Seems okay but does pester you a bit to upgrade to the paid version.
I'm sure it will have its critics but I've been using avg free for years and never had any problems. The only time we ended up with a trial version of Mcfee on a new computer it stopped so many programs from working properly. Not a fan at all
Nope they haven't and I also 100% agree. Persuaded by pc world staff to buy it when I was getting a replacement laptop. Ditched the subscription half way through and went back to Norton, have been using that for years.
Check av-test.org for results on free and paid for anti virus programmes be for you decide on what to get.
Never pay for antivirus, the free ones are better. It's well known that McAfee is a resource hog and slows down systems
"you're right bro, sorry i doubted you..oh masterful one"
why unlikely? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ricoh-sp112su-multi-function-a4-mono-laser-printer-2999-delivered-ebuyer-2270775
A laser printer with scanner for £30? Unlikely.
Toner carts £27-£30 on Amazon (clones)
These have gone up. Remember getting one with a built in scanner for £30