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MCAFEE Total Protection 2018 - 1 year for 15 devices. Was £69.99 now £19.99 @ Currys
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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
jona771 h, 14 m ago

I had mcafee on 2 computers a year or so ago never again both slowed to a …I had mcafee on 2 computers a year or so ago never again both slowed to a virtual crawl! Hopefully they have improved the software!


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
Ricoh SP 150 Mono Laser Printer (+ copy of BullGuard Internet Security) £51.97 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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I have to say, this is quite the attractive printer. Kudos to Ricoh, and kudos to Box as this seems to be the cheapest price around for this Mono Laser. 22 pages per minute print… Read more
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josephallen9th Feb

A laser printer with scanner for £30? Unlikely.


"you're right bro, sorry i doubted you..oh masterful one"
rapid1111111 h, 12 m ago

These have gone up. Remember getting one with a built in scanner for £30


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
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 1PC - 1 Year - 1 Device - Anti virus for £3.99 @ digits.mart eBay
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Hi guys i just found a trustworthy seller who is selling Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 keys for just £3.99. I ordered it and got the email with a key in blink of an eye. The key… Read more
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awesome, cheers
just come to laptop to find my license had run out
also didn't realise that i was using the Total security suite, put the activation code in, it said it was for a different product but then installed and switched me over to the other program automatically, no faffing which is an awesome touch
Daveseans8th Feb

When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you …When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you need to think twice before using, even if that's free.


Personally I'm more worried about who writes the news, and the things they don't write about.
FYI this "deal" is for 3 devices. And the link for the free version (NOT Kaspersky Internet Security) is
usa.kaspersky.com/dow…oad
The funny thing is all these people saying Kaspersky are spying have got their news from googling, or Facebook, or mainstream media sites, all of which are data mining too. Most are even reading this so called news using Android or chrome devices, or even Windows or Mac, all of which “spy” on them too. Even the ISP is at it! Whether you want to believe it or not, your data is going all over the place without your knowledge, and to say no to probably the best security suite because of some silly mainstream media scaremongering is just ridiculous. It will help reduce the spying that already going on if nothing else..
When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you need to think twice before using, even if that's free.
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Internet Security kaspersky  2018 3 Devices, 1 Year £14.89 - Costco
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Picked up this from Costco yesterday Seems a good dealand well respected (y)
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I'm assuming you'd need costco membership for this.
Do they have many decent offers often? (in order to make my membership fee worthwhile, else not worth it for jusrt this software alone)
thomasbentley5 h, 9 m ago

Russian access to your full computer info??



The perfect citizen subject. Swallowing hook, line & sinker the propaganda narrative that Russia=bad.

Personally, I trust 'Russia' more with 'access' to my data than the UK/US any day of the week.
Kaspersky is excellent. They become victims of American anti-Russian campaign. Yanks seems to attack any successful Russian company.
Even UK government not found any evidence regarding Kaspersky supporting Kremlin. They just cautioned about using Russian av.
yup they are different products.

I would take alot of what is said about kaspersky with some added salt.

Remember intel's mcafee, isn't doing well, same with the other av.

Also other av's have silmar capabilities that kaspersky susposidly has
Kaspersky anti-virus is not same as Internet security...
McAfee Antivirus - 10 Device - £6.99 - Argos
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McAfee Antivirus - 10 Device - £6.99 - Argos Let the war of words begin (cheeky)
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tc_Joness3 h, 7 m ago

https://www.eset.com/us/about/newsroom/corporate-blog/is-free-antivirus-really-free-heres-what-you-need-to-know/Is "free" antivirus really free? Here’s what you need to know


An interesting article and the link to recent study from AV-Comparatives is also good reading. The problem is, I'm totally confused by the whole issue! What will protect me?
Always get my code off of eBay paid 4.99 for unlimited devices
Never had a problem been using McAfee for years
Couldn't pay me to install it. You know the products crap when its own founder hates it.
Edited by: "ManWithThePlan" 14th Jan
tc_Joness42 m ago

https://www.eset.com/us/about/newsroom/corporate-blog/is-free-antivirus-really-free-heres-what-you-need-to-know/Is "free" antivirus really free? Here’s what you need to know


Well they would say that wouldn't they.
tc_Joness34 m ago

https://www.eset.com/us/about/newsroom/corporate-blog/is-free-antivirus-really-free-heres-what-you-need-to-know/Is "free" antivirus really free? Here’s what you need to know


As with anything free there is always a disparity compared to purchasing a full version of a product where features will obviously be limited. Depending on a users browsing activity and that they stay well away of sites that are dodgy then the free version should be fine, but you should always do your homework when choosing any antivirus software as they are all not equal. 😏
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Immunet - Free Malware and Antivirus Software by Cisco
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COMMUNITY PROTECTION Immunet® is a malware and antivirus protection system that utilizes cloud computing to provide enhanced community-based security. Join the Immunet Community t… Read more
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Used it for a month, kept taking my CPU usage, latest i7 CPU monitored the usage and it was all being used on this, uninstalled now fine
dont recommend
According to this:
"As part of the Great Firewall, beginning in 2003 China started the Golden Shield Project , a massive surveillance and censoring system, the hardware for which was provided by mostly U.S. companies, including Cisco Systems."

Personally, this would not be one of the companies I trust.
Reigan5 h, 38 m ago

This the same cisco that had/has nsa backdoors? which means its a free for …This the same cisco that had/has nsa backdoors? which means its a free for all.


one of the backdoor's in CPUs discovered, they are preparing for the next round, building trust with free software
pet20003 h, 14 m ago

Anything connected to a cloud is a 'no go' for me. Not voting.


No internet for you then! Better get off HUKD! Lol
pet200055 m ago

Anything connected to a cloud is a 'no go' for me. Not voting.


considering every man and his dog is on the cloud bandwagon now your choices will become limited in the future, most will go down this route eventually, we can hold out until then
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 - 10 Devices - £17.99 Prime / £19.98 non Prime @ Amazon
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2018 version. 10 user licence. Digital Download (so no need to spend over £20 for free delivery). EDIT 1: Dear Moderator who amended the subject line - as per my original wording… Read more
888eyeball19 h, 28 m ago

where did you see the 4.99 existing customer offer?


It's a pop up on my computer from Kaspersky, as my renewal is due very soon.
I can screen print the next time I log on, if you want proof.
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A2DY_15 h, 13 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


It’s up to you as to how you value your own privacy. If the govt wanted to monitor me they could easily bug my home or whatever, but I just don’t want them collecting everything I do by default - which is how they operate these days now that most people spend a significant portion of their life online.
Bestard13 h, 28 m ago

So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government …So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?


To a certain extent probably not. All comes down to how that data is controlled.

How many people have IP CCTV cameras on here. With those any random company can view in your home. How many have Echos/iPhones/Google Homes, with those anyone could be listening to every word, and those same companies know everyone you call, browsing history, in the case of Amazon they know everything you buy etc. Banks already know everything you spend, your location when you do, all your personal info and very soon with open banking this information can be shared automatically with other companies at the touch of a button. Link these things together and a random company based in LA, New York or China will know what you say, where you are, what you buy and all your personal details. This can happen now.

So for me, my own government whose main aim I would like to think is to protect its people knowing last week I googled what time my local Chinese takeaway opened really isn’t a worry for me.
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A2DY_25 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?
patrick_0001 h, 21 m ago

.We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ ….We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ supply our browsing history to the police but it’ll eventually creep to tax inspectors, local councils and so on and so on.Why make it easier for them to collect your life history?


Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?
FREE Zemana AntiMalware Premium 2018 Giveaway (2 Years)
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Use FREE DOWNLOAD option on the manufacturer website and install it on your computer. Activate the Premium version with the license key: GIVEAWAY-3667-2597 Zemana Antimalware 2018 … Read more
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mrty10th Jan

please don't give up. ( mods should be saying this, not a 'lowly ' …please don't give up. ( mods should be saying this, not a 'lowly ' member). You always get moaners who belittle a deal. Nothing will please these guys unless they post it themselves. I will be trying this, and if doesn't work I will remove it , but I won't vote it cold.Edit.... downloaded but get the message that the code is used on more devices than permitted. OOps!!


Sorry to tell, but zemana has disabled new users to unlock the pro version with this code...
mar_eck135th Jan

Thank you. It was my last deal I've submitted. It's not worth the effort …Thank you. It was my last deal I've submitted. It's not worth the effort finding and sharing deals with the bunch of moaning whingers.


please don't give up. ( mods should be saying this, not a 'lowly ' member). You always get moaners who belittle a deal. Nothing will please these guys unless they post it themselves. I will be trying this, and if doesn't work I will remove it , but I won't vote it cold.

Edit.... downloaded but get the message that the code is used on more devices than permitted. OOps!!
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alencucek26th Dec 2017

@marek13 Big thanks for your post, usually posting this kind of giveaways …@marek13 Big thanks for your post, usually posting this kind of giveaways by myself but nice to see that someone else is caring...


Thank you. It was my last deal I've submitted. It's not worth the effort finding and sharing deals with the bunch of moaning whingers.
ST31234 h, 0 m ago

Quite possible it had a scan going at the time, which would naturally eat …Quite possible it had a scan going at the time, which would naturally eat more RAM than when it is just idling a program's use of ram can go up and down depending on what its doing, its not fixed). The real test would be to monitor it over time, if it uses that all the time fair enough. Though even that isn't disastrous in itself as Windows should be able to manage memory so that apps that need it (like games) are given priority when running so can take back memory if needed and on a modern system with 16GB or even 8GB its probably not going to be an issue anyway. As a side note it's worth bearing in mind this does a quick scan on start up (by default) so if you checked as soon as you had booted this would probably explain the slightly high usage...


No, this was after long periods of idle activity, there were no scans going on. I've had this software since it was released and used to follow its development quite closely in the early days. But after several releases that claimed to help reduce memory usage, I gave up in the end. An antivirus or malware scanner just sitting there eating up nearly half a GB of RAM is not acceptable in my book.

As I said, the last time I used it was early this year, it may have improved since then


Edited by: "rcom" 27th Dec 2017
rcom26th Dec

Tried this out earlier in the year and it was far too over zealous and ate …Tried this out earlier in the year and it was far too over zealous and ate up 300-400MB of RAM. Think I'd probably only use the free version of this as a second opinion scanner.


Quite possible it had a scan going at the time, which would naturally eat more RAM than when it is just idling a program's use of ram can go up and down depending on what its doing, its not fixed). The real test would be to monitor it over time, if it uses that all the time fair enough. Though even that isn't disastrous in itself as Windows should be able to manage memory so that apps that need it (like games) are given priority when running so can take back memory if needed and on a modern system with 16GB or even 8GB its probably not going to be an issue anyway.

As a side note it's worth bearing in mind this does a quick scan on start up (by default) so if you checked as soon as you had booted this would probably explain the slightly high usage...
Edited by: "ST3123" 27th Dec 2017
Bitdefender Total Security 2018 - Down from £59.99 just £19.99 This Weekend!
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This is our unbeatable and ultimate protection solution for you. • It delivers multiple layers of protection against ransomware • It uses behavioral threat detection to p… Read more
AirbusA38017th Dec

Never heard of so much bull in all my life. AV is only as good as the …Never heard of so much bull in all my life. AV is only as good as the person using the PC, if you have no common sense then your PC will get a virus no matter what AV you use, fact!I have never had any AV other than Windows Defender since it was released and not once had a virus. I’m afraid this is scaremongering tactics at its finest by the industry so they can make money out of gullible consumers.


I kind of agree. I'm not sure my kids are as discerning as me when clicking links online though!
how many devices does it cover
AirbusA3801 h, 29 m ago

if you have no common sense then your PC will get a virus no matter what …if you have no common sense then your PC will get a virus no matter what AV you use, fact!I



If we go along with this notion even if for mere comedy value, then it also stands to reason then, the 'numpty' using the p.c. will encounter fewer viruses, and fewer incidences of virus attacks by using a suite that fairs best at detecting such threats. Surely that's the a good thing, no?
AirbusA3809 m ago

Sorry your telling that to the wrong person, It’s what I do for a living!


Me too.
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F‑Secure SAFE internet security Free for 5 devices,1 year (normally £79.99 a year)
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Free for virgin media customers. But the link works without any customer details. So Free for everyone. The features are better than free AVG/AVIRA/AVAST antiviruses. Mainly a… Read more
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I used the free 1-year trial a couple of years ago. Just signed up using another email address.
junxs37 m ago

i signed up for this back when this first appeared, but looks like the …i signed up for this back when this first appeared, but looks like the link is broken now. Has the offer gone as I wanted to tell a friend about it, or the link just needs fixing?


Works for me, still
campaigns.f-secure.com/saf…GB/
i signed up for this back when this first appeared, but looks like the link is broken now. Has the offer gone as I wanted to tell a friend about it, or the link just needs fixing?
haha wanna know how to double the speed of your laptop/pc?....uninstall mcafee and see how quick your pc becomes ....might i suggest mozilla quantum and malware malbites. btw mcafee is defined as spyware by most observers as it collects more data than the black hats
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Heat for linux.
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McAfee 2017 AntiVirus Plus | 10 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac/Android | Download £5.53 Prime / ££9.52 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by eoutlet-uk and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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£23 cheaper when you select the activation code to be sent via post! £5.53 Activation code by post £28.46 Activation code by email Full retail price on mccafee website is $59.99 … Read more
annp12 h, 52 m ago

I fear Barclays have ended this.


At the time of comment it was still available but Yes it has, due to it being Russian Barclays had to pull it out
DnbTse1st Dec 2017

If you are with Barclays Bank, you get Kaspersky internet anti virus for …If you are with Barclays Bank, you get Kaspersky internet anti virus for free imo it is one of the best anti virus you can get out there. Don’t have a bank account? Go open one and stick £1 in the account


I fear Barclays have ended this.
my choice not yours
skywalker7913th Dec

ive been happy with mcafee for years with no issues x great for this price


If you pay for antivirus, you're an idiot
ive been happy with mcafee for years with no issues x great for this price
Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 10 Devices, 1 Year £17.89 delivered @ costco
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part of costco cyber monday deals max 2 deals £1.79 to protect each device for a year is excellent value well respected security software Includes Anti-Virus and Firewall Se… Read more
Gone up to almost £30 now.
batista27th Nov

barclays recommend it , lolbetter get my money out of there


Barclays have just withdrawn their recommendation of it

bbc.co.uk/new…489
krismcewan15 m ago

If you believe the tin foil hat brigade. what they goign to find …If you believe the tin foil hat brigade. what they goign to find on my computer anyway. a copy of word and excel and porn? wow worth hacking into..


Yeah, right. Your bank account details, cached passwords to various accounts not worthy too.
McAfee Internet Security 2018 Digital Download for 3 Devices £10 AO.COM
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Product Overview Defend your computer from attack with this antivirus software from McAfee, suitable for up to three devices. Feel secure against any threat as this… Read more
Mogolent13 h, 9 m ago

Open account in Barclays to get Kaspersky for free. It this case Kaspersky …Open account in Barclays to get Kaspersky for free. It this case Kaspersky is much better )


Check info in the news media regarding the possible involvement of the Russian State Security Service with Kaspersky !
If needed, McAfee I.S. 12 month cover for up to 10 devices is also available at the price of £13 from the same seller. McAfee cover for unlimited devices is sometimes available for less than £20.
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djonesuk2 h, 20 m ago

After buying this be sure to follow John McAfee's instructions on how to …After buying this be sure to follow John McAfee's instructions on how to uninstall it.

Then go watch his documentary on Netflix. That guy is nuts
Avast free

Been using for around 8 years,touch wood problem free.
Open account in Barclays to get Kaspersky for free. It this case Kaspersky is much better )
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 3 Devices 1 Year PC /Mac/Android Download version £17.99 with Code @ 7Day Shop.com
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Full Details of Product on the site follow the link. Enter the code at the checkout to get the discount while stocks last
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Just use the trial and get a trial reset tool
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Usually this discounted price for total security...
But as it mentioned earlier barclays customers for free what is point to pay, and barclays renewal is free as well.
Anyway this is best security software on the market (for me and for millions other users).
Edited by: "junk15" 3rd Nov 2017
Thanks Crossbow - still remember my online membership number from Barclays and i've used the link - now have another 12 months for free
Kaspersky Total Security 3 devices/1 year £14 @ Amazon
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I bought this yesterday and it was delivered today by Amazon prime. Note that the price is for 3 devices. To have this price you need to choose ''Activation code in standard pac… Read more
How come price is 26.99?
Wings1829th Oct

Microsoft security essentials. Free and very good.(Windows defender on …Microsoft security essentials. Free and very good.(Windows defender on Windows 10)



are you a comedian?
How long would these codes last? I have 11 days left on one sub and have another year queued up. I bought another sub but it appears you can only queue up one code, which I'll be able to do in 11 days. This is a great deal tho so would like to buy a couple, bt what are the chances they'll still work in a year/2 years?
ianhalling2 h, 4 m ago

Look at the feedback first, I was caught out on one of these and I found …Look at the feedback first, I was caught out on one of these and I found although codes seemed good at first, they were suddenly blocked by Kaspersky and the seller had previously sold them to others and they had been already activated. A lot of hassle but PayPal refunded me and the seller cancelled the outstanding order I had with them too.

Use the same one year after year.Been a member since 2012 with 1000s of positive feedback.
muckspreader14 h, 37 m ago

Was off eBay.Jad no issues done the same.thing each year.Download the …Was off eBay.Jad no issues done the same.thing each year.Download the trial version then add the code.


Look at the feedback first, I was caught out on one of these and I found although codes seemed good at first, they were suddenly blocked by Kaspersky and the seller had previously sold them to others and they had been already activated. A lot of hassle but PayPal refunded me and the seller cancelled the outstanding order I had with them too.
Malware Hunter Pro 1-Year License GIVEAWAY
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Galarysoft is now giving away $24.97 worth 1-year license of Malware Hunter Pro for free, just visit the giveaway page, then enter your email address, complete ReCaptcha (tick th… Read more
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Might give this a go, seem to have a re-direct thing going on with Firefox - it's like when you mis-press a link (or even click a link) it heads off to some BS advert or other but not 100% of the time.

Spybot and Mallwarebytes isn't getting it resolved yet.

The problem does not occur when using Chrome or IE.

AVG often intercepts the problem but again not 100%:

"Threat secured - we've safely aborted connection on 37.139.28.159 because it was infected with URL:Mal"
Edited by: "gtd65" 26th Oct 2017
X__Gandalf__X1 h, 3 m ago

Correct.

I thought their trials were always 14 days?
Personally, I hate the latest version that forces you to take the premium trial. When you turn off the premium features, it keeps popping up reminders.
I've used malwarebytes for years but will look for other scanners if they continue this approach.
Edited by: "woldranger" 25th Oct 2017
garbageguy14 h, 8 m ago

The free version is If you dont know once you download the free trial …The free version is If you dont know once you download the free trial of the full product after 1 month it reverts the the basic free version of Malwarebytes



Correct.
eraldo6 h, 18 m ago

Malwarebytes isnt free and theres no way this is better than malwarebytes.


The free version is If you dont know once you download the free trial of the full product after 1 month it reverts the the basic free version of Malwarebytes
Shambles13 h, 44 m ago

Seems to be just an on-demand scanner. I wonder if it's any better than …Seems to be just an on-demand scanner. I wonder if it's any better than the world leading Malwarebytes, which has always been free.



Malwarebytes isnt free and theres no way this is better than malwarebytes.
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Kaspersky Free Antivirus now available in Kaspersky UK
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Kaspersky Free is now available in the UK. Kaspersky's anti-virus products are rated high in many independent lab tests e.g. https://www.av-test.org/en/award/2016/ It provides s… Read more
Rarnik1 h, 17 m ago

I don't seem to be able to directly reply to people anymore. People might …I don't seem to be able to directly reply to people anymore. People might find it interesting.http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-09/wikileaks-publishes-cia-hacking-tool-designed-impersonate-russias-kaspersky-lab


It couldn't be any more blatantly obvious that the US gov is waging a propaganda war against Kaspersky precisely because it is the only company that they don't have a backdoor to.

I will never use anything else BUT Kaspersky.


Edited by: "ThreefingerSalute" 13th Nov 2017
I don't seem to be able to directly reply to people anymore. People might find it interesting.

zerohedge.com/new…lab
Edited by: "Rarnik" 13th Nov 2017
Kapersky are taking steps to reassure people that they are trustworthy
siliconrepublic.com/ent…res
They've also offered an explanation of the NSA incident, details and analysis here and here
Edited by: "Steve353" 27th Oct 2017
tan15923 h, 42 m ago

Lol. Folks backing off because Kaspersky is from Russia? Which country has …Lol. Folks backing off because Kaspersky is from Russia? Which country has killed the most people in foreign countries since WorldWar 2? AMERICA!


Anti old America posts allowed yet anti modern America/pro modern Russia posts sent to the thought police and deleted rather than published, how bizarre
Lol. Folks backing off because Kaspersky is from Russia?

Which country has killed the most people in foreign countries since WorldWar 2?
AMERICA!
The Ultimate Security Solution - SecureAPlus v.4.7.2 Premium (18 months license) free
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It's free but not ranked on any websites as far as I can see. Stick to the free versions of Avast, Kaspersky or Sophos is my advice - the free versions come with all the protection needed for the average home PC.
Thanks OP. I’ll give it a go if I don’t like I’ll just uninstall it. Heat added. It's FREE
Not the best, but hey it;s free! So why all the negative votes? It's certainly better than nothing at all, so heat from me
I really liked it when I used it but my license ran out so I just returned to another free alternative.
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amour3k6 h, 17 m ago

So many cold comments, without even stating as to why those cold votes in …So many cold comments, without even stating as to why those cold votes in the first place?. :-(What's wrong with the Freebie Product/Software ...


I do not know, people are strange, odd, maybe a little bit sadistic..?
I use freebies all the time, but here is really hard to fulfill the expectations of users here on HUKD..
Seagate Expansion 4Tb USB3.0 portable drive and Free 1 year McAfee Internet Security £109.99 @ Argos
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Hi, Needed a portable drive to back up my data, searched around and found this was the best deal for a 4Tb drive that I could find. I wasn't aware of the free McAfee anti-virus so… Read more
theaccountant4 h, 5 m ago

Thank you for the info - greatly appreciated


One last thing, double check the laptop can take a 15mm drive as that's double the thickness of normal laptop drives.
malhal3rd Sep

Yes and slighty cheaper for the Maxtor branded case from th eBT shop £105 …Yes and slighty cheaper for the Maxtor branded case from th eBT shop £105 https://www.shop.bt.com/products/maxtor-4tb-m3-portable-usb3-0-external-hard-drive-hx-m401tcb-gm-C1RP.html?utm_content=RR00&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIpJyNqtqJ1gIVhhobCh2EmggMEAkYAyABEgIIJfD_BwEHowever the Seagate case is easier to break into than the Maxtor/Samsung. And remember its all the same drive inside, the Samsung Spinpoint M10P 15mm 5x800GB platters.



Thank you for the info - greatly appreciated
theaccountant19th Aug

can the drive be removed from casing and put in a laptop?


Yes and slighty cheaper for the Maxtor branded case from th eBT shop £105 shop.bt.com/pro…BwE


However the Seagate case is easier to break into than the Maxtor/Samsung. And remember its all the same drive inside, the Samsung Spinpoint M10P 15mm 5x800GB platters.
can the drive be removed from casing and put in a laptop?
was 70 odd pound in sainsburys as my friend got 1, but i opted for the 2tb for my ps4pro for £36 wen they went DD
AVG Internet Security 2017 - 2 Year Unlimited Devices (PC)
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Back down again. AVG Internet Security 2017 - 2 Year Unlimited Devices (PC) Decent price. Hope it helps.
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It's quite interesting that in a recent test by one of the big antivirus testing labs Defender/MSSE outscored Avast, Avira, AVG, Bitdefender, Kaspersky and Panda among others in a real world protection test. IF this is not just a blip and it really has improved recently, then there really is no valid reason paying for or even using any other free antivirus.
jasee1 h, 58 m ago

This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any …This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any would be 'hacker' has to get around, in trying to install stuff on your pc? anything installed by default on every windows pc: windows defender.Hacker = not necessarily a person!So install something else. Like the free version of AVG which doesn't contain all the extras which I think are unnecessary if you surf with care, but retains the best detection features of the program.


I tend to disagree, and so agree with oligreen: in practice, and for most domestic users Defender is just fine. Since we changed to Windows 10 (on about 8 or 9 desktops, laptops and tablets) we have had no problems, we used the free version of AVG previously and it seemed to work okay, but was fiddly compared with Defender.
This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any would be 'hacker' has to get around, in trying to install stuff on your pc? anything installed by default on every windows pc: windows defender.
Hacker = not necessarily a person!
So install something else. Like the free version of AVG which doesn't contain all the extras which I think are unnecessary if you surf with care, but retains the best detection features of the program.
In practice does this do amy more than the free stuff in Windows 10 (Defender) and the spam filter in Gmail? I rather doubt it, so it will have to be cold.
This software is basically redundant now, and it's almost a crime to me that they can still sell it. There is plenty of free software that does a far better job than this, and as long as you don't go round clicking on bait and opening any and all exe files; Windows Defender will do just fine.
The only possible reason I could advise having this, is if you have elderly relatives with PC's you can't access regularly.
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