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Kaspersky 2018 Internet Security 3 PC 1 YEAR EU £17.13 with code SKFG at scdkey
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Also available: 1 year for £13.70 using the same code SKFG I haven't tried Kaspers… Read more

Whatever your point is im not care but price is good! (look at beginning of the subject).


An IT genius who is unable to spot a sarcastic construction bigger than the Empire State Building, academics eh hohum


Good luck to yours paranoic... I used to work as Cisco engineer and did helped to some companies on level 7 tech support and none of my colleagues or companies see anything suspicious from Kaspersky lab.


Yes of course Vlad; tks for your input.


To understand you need to read IT news portal but not political ones. Also if you will try to point us through farmers portal - it will say that Kaspersky did reduce of their crop of potatoes.

14" HP Laptop - i5-8250U​​ / 4GB RAM / 256GB SSD / Full HD £449 + **NOW with  £50 Cashback** @ AO (3 colours to choose from / Free McAfee Internet Security / More in OP)
Refreshed 23rd MayRefreshed 23rd May
*Update 23/05/18 - Now has £50 Cashback available Been a little cheaper a a few weeks ago (about £10 less) but at £449 i think this is still a good offer for those that missed… Read more
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Hey, thanks superfamking. Guess I've just been unlucky. AO are really good with customer service and will let me return it. 3rd times the charm?? I wouldn't go with HP if there were any other manufacturer's laptops out there with similar specs.


I bought the gold one for my daughter.....yes it's plasticky all over so not exactly a premium feel, but it isn't rattling like yours, Everything seems nice, solid and well fitted


Great little laptop! Bought it for my daughter and opened it this morning to stick in another 4gb ram and a 120Gb ssd I had lying around.... really impressed with it, so the build quality isn't quite there, but on performance it beats my £1400 i5 7th gen HP Spectre x360.


Good spec for the price but... I'm on my second and the case construction is atrocious; It rattles. If you tap the touch pad, rattle, tap the case rattle. I've never come across such a rattly poorly made case. Returned the first one as I thought it was a bad batch but the second was worse. I'm going to return again. it's just too bargain basement. Does anyone have a really rattly one? I got the gold one. If it's not as bad in silver or red I may go for that. Screen is good but a bit dim. The power is more than enough to run steam and I tested it with binary domain at full settings which works absolutely fine. Never expected to be able to game on this but it is quite capable for older titles. Start up is quick and it can easily run multiple Apps. Can't get anything for this spec elsewhere.


Yes I tend to have several tabs and/or programs opent once (usually just office and Chrome though, occasionally using work related software ActiveInspire or Smart Notebook).


Better in what way? It's slower close range, and long range. 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.

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82% off. Bitdefender Total Security 2018, 5 devices, 1 year license,  - £15.26
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
"Bitdefender Total Security 2018 fully protects your Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android devices against privacy invasion, ransomware and all other threats, from a single account." M… Read more

thank you , and I have found and submitted one deal before here and it is still alive


You may as well do the 6 months free one 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 is expired :(

Check out your email addresses to see if they've been hacked and compromised
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Not posted since November - original credit to Newbold Go to HaveIBeenPwned? and enter any of your email addresses You'll be told if your account's been compromised, and you'll g… Read more

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

70% Off - McAfee Total Protection 2018 Antivirus, 1 year subscription £24 McAfee  Store
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
McAfee All in One Antivirus Protection 2018. Trusted anti-virus and identity management for all operating systems. PC & Laptop, Computer, Mobile and Tablet Security.

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.

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Lenovo V110 15.6" Laptop AMD A9-9410 4GB 500GB Win10 with Internet Security - 80TD000KUK  £329.99 @ Tesco
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
AMD A9-9410 2.9GHz / 3.5GHz Turbo Processor4GB RAM, 500GB HDDMicrosoft Windows 10 Home Special Offer includes BullGuard Internet Security. Amazing capabilities of Windows Operati… Read more

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.

Free Sophos Home for PCs and Macs - Stop malware, viruses, ransomware, and malicious apps
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
I have used many Antivirus programs, this not a bad product for PCs and Macs and for free. Also for free is - Sophos Mobile Security for iOS - Sophos Mobile Security for Android -… Read more
Zoea - 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 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.

Kaspersky Free Antivirus for all devices from Kaspersky
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Just a reminder, includes a poison sample.

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.

Kaspersky Total Security 2018 - 5 devices, 1 year £16.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Kaspersky Total Security 2018 for 5 devices for 1 year on Amazon's Deal of the Day
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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.


Hi Yuri

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!


But nobs do not know it... they are believe that this is a US politics... in fact programmers from Israel have found backdoor code in this software...

MCAFEE Total Protection 2018 - 1 year for 15 devices. Was £69.99 now £19.99 @ Currys
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
Compatible with Windows / MacOS / iOS / Android PC protection: Keep your files secure and your PC safe online Product key card Full version Top features:  - Online protection… Read more

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 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 @
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
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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"you're right bro, sorry i doubted you..oh masterful one"


why unlikely?


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
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
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 :D


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


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..

Internet Security kaspersky  2018 3 Devices, 1 Year £14.89 - Costco
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
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)


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
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
McAfee Antivirus - 10 Device - £6.99 - Argos Let the war of words begin (cheeky)
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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.


Well they would say that wouldn't they.


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. 😏

Immunet - Free Malware and Antivirus Software by Cisco
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
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.


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


No internet for you then! Better get off HUKD! Lol


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 :)

Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 - 10 Devices - £17.99 Prime / £19.98 non Prime @ Amazon
Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
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

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.


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.


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.


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


Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?

FREE Zemana AntiMalware Premium 2018 Giveaway (2 Years)
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
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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Sorry to tell, but zemana has disabled new users to unlock the pro version with this code...


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!!


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. (annoyed)


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


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...

Bitdefender Total Security 2018 - Down from £59.99 just £19.99 This Weekend!
LocalLocalFound 16th Dec 2017Found 16th Dec 2017
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

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


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?


Me too.

F‑Secure SAFE internet security Free for 5 devices,1 year (normally £79.99 a year)
Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
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.


Works for me, still


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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