my response was in relation to the purchase via amazon not as an opinion on the application
If you use BT internet then you get a free security program. Opinions will vary.
very reliable (y) 🏼 and the price i quoted initially was for total security (which is the version up from the version you said about)
Thanks everyone for your replies.. yes Amazon has cheaper ones but was not sure it's reliable..
Not sure if they still do it but I did read a couple of years ago that people had issues with Kaspersky automatically renewing their license even when they had selected not to so be careful if you have done it that way. Like others I tend to buy from other websites as it's better value for money and you get better deals.
Yeah, looks like it's stopped working on my phone - almost like a reset.
It was a dodgy key.
I used this key and just rebooted my machine into Windows for the first time since doing so and it tells me the key has been expired and has deactivated everything :-(
Blocked After 24hrs.
Hum did you forget about the CIA's lies about Iraki WMDs, waterboarding, Vault 7, etc.? No evidence have ever been presented of any wrongdoing by Kaspersky. The European Commission confirmed in 2019 that there is "no evidence regarding potential issues related to the use of Kaspersky Lab products". Yes spy agencies lie. I know shocking.
Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
Kaspersky Anti-virus 1 PC 1 Year - £12.49 @ Kapersky£12.49
Barclays stopped it not because it Russian"s but they did followed UK Government advise.
Me too, that's a must for any pc! And free from natwest currently
That is why I use Malwarebytes as well.
Because Windows defender is rubbish? From personal testing with files that I knew had hidden viruses rarred up and win defender couldn't find any! Avast/ kaspersky and eset all found them though, but each to their own I suppose, but I do agree your average user should be OK with win security if only using Google etc, those who do more with our pcs other than surf asda online need more
Why would you pay for Antivirus when Microsoft Security is Free?
Posted 8th May 2020Posted 8th May 2020
Kaspersky Internet Security - Spring Sale 50% Off -1 device £17.49 at Kaspersky UK£17.49 Free P&P Free
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Paid about 8 or 9 quid couple of months ago for 5 devices on ebay. Big Cold from me
You are so lucky to have a nice decent trustworthy bloke contact you and offer his professional advice and help. Its so reassuring that this gentleman is gonna sort your computer problems and only ask for a small donation to his mums rehabilitation fund using your credit card details. How reassuring is it that hes gonna only take 5 uk pounds and then delete your card details ! Im amazed that there are still people in this world that still exist. God bless them. Can you please forward me his details as i also have a problem with my computer and would love this trustworthy gentleman to help me
A few years back nod was king, then before that it was Sophos (especially in a sever / client environment) and long long ago it was mcafee.. Norton has always been a joke..
Because they don't know what they are talking about? Most security bods rate it highly...
Because Vladimir Putin checks every email himself if he is bored (y) XD :D
Posted 3rd Mar 2020Posted 3rd Mar 2020
50 % off of everything and 50% cash back on quidco - secure connection which is now £24.99£24.99
On all products including secure connection which is 49.99 now 24.99 and after quidco cash back it's 12.49. Grab it before it's gone.
I have cancelled auto renewal many times online. Never had issues with speed. Been using it for many years.
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Bought my last Kaspersky on Amazon 3 computers for 2 years cost me £19.99
Op how did you get 50℅off? Max i can see is 30 pc. Do you have a voucher code
lol, its a brand new powerful gaming PC
Posted 22nd Jan 2020Posted 22nd Jan 2020
1 Year Kaspersky VPN for 5 users £24.99 @ Kaspersky UK (Potential £24.99 Cashback)£24.99
macOS is based on UNIX and is inherently more secure than Windows of old, although more recently the latest Windows 10 OS builds have done a lot to close the gap. Many still believe that macOS is secure enough without anti-virus, although there is certainly malware that targets macOS, so personally I wouldn't take the risk. Considering the minimal cost, it makes sense, or there are free AV tools for macOS too..
I started to use macOS so I don't care about it to be honest. Should I?
I use Windows defender and only had one issue which was recently (and also my fault) downloading game cube games and ended up downloading a bloatware programme by accident. Programme is gone but some files do exist. Took me hours to get rid of it as no matter what permissions I changed I still wasn't allowed to uninstall it. If you basically use the net for YouTube and just googling then you don't need any anti virus software as defender is up to the job
A lot of people assume teachers are male ;)
Posted 15th May 2019Posted 15th May 2019
Kaspersky Antivirus FreeFREE£0.01
I just thought I'll post this as someone has posted the Kaspersky Total security.
I'm sure its anonymous, KSN is for researching new files so it sends it over the cloud so they can investigate it.
You got it wrong. Kaspersky relies on the home users data. This is "Free" not because they are nice to you and don't need your money but, just like with Google products or social media, because you are NOT THE CUSTOMER for them. You're a resource for mining data. A lot of people just blindly click accept in the agreements when they install software and porbably haven't noticed that Kaspersky free is also a data gathering tool for 3rd parties. If you accept one of those agreements regarding the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) you're giving permitions to collect stats about your system, usage, installed software, websites visited and so on. Of course other free software also do that and I'm not saying it's a bad product or it shouldn't be used but just don't be naive and believe they are really nice guys that just
like to give stuff away for free. Kaspersky is a BUSINESS just like
Microsoft or Google but users rarely actually know what's the actual business about (i.e. how they make money) and who the real customers are.
Yep I have and it was all a waste of time. A scam in some cases. It was pure hype and nothing happened so all the hard work and preparations were for nothing. Theres dodgy codes out there all the time but the was no Y2K bug.
Have you not thought though that perhaps it is because of the hard work and preparations that occurred when we rolled over from 1999 to 2000 that nothing went wrong?. There was plenty of dodgy code out there that was fixed, I saw it first hand. :)
Posted 26th Jan 2019Posted 26th Jan 2019
70% off for Total Security, might work for other Kaspersky products
Avg, avira, panda cloud, Kaspersky free, ms security essentials, Windows 10 defender, and many more AV programs have freeware versions with more or less the same level of protection as their paid counterparts
Very often on Amazon KTS 10 devices is for £16-18. Check frequently or add to your wish list so you will start receiving emails with deals. Also if save70 does not work thry save50. I just tested it for 3 devices and price was reduced to £24.99 But if you can wait check Amazon. At the moment they have KTS 3 devices for £18.48, 5 devices for £21.98 and 10 devices for £26.96.
Barclays used to give this brands software away to current account customers & they cancelled the offer as soon as the election hacking & spy poisoning stories started circulating. Not sure I'd trust this with full access to my network..
Ya good point. Although I have seen AVG offer a free virus protection.
Posted 18th Dec 2018Posted 18th Dec 2018
Kaspersky Antivirus 2019 up to 60% off! (1 Year) including Internet Security, Total Security - £11.24 @ Kaspersky£11.24
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You used to can use the previous version keys to activate newer kaspersky I.e 2016,2017 and 2018 would activate a 2019 version of kaspasky so couldn’t you get a cheaper key on eBay ?
Yes. Pop your code in and when your existing licence ends your new one begins. :D
Used to get this free with my Barclays account, but the dropped it now, never had a problem, but do sometimes get emails relating to stuff I may have bought previously, but not from the vendor... spooky...
Had kaspersky for a decade and always been very good. What’s the alternatives for less than £20