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AVG AntiVirus 2015 (100% OFF) - Save $39.99


AVG continues to deliver essential antivirus protection with the launch of AVG AntiVirus 2015. It goes beyond simply detecting and removing viruses on your PC by blocking infected links as you browse, checking files before they’re downloaded, and helping protect your personal data online and on your PC with enhanced privacy features. With 2015, we’ve improved our core engine and its accuracy, and included a new cloud-based detection method. And because we know that security is just as important as usability, AntiVirus 2015 features a revamped, easier-to-use design.

What’s new in this version:

  • New graphic design of selected user interface dialogs.
  • Improved distribution of updates due to unified HTTP communication protocol between application and update server.
  • Descriptive texts added to some unlabeled icon-only buttons.
  • Fixed security vulnerability issue in TDI driver (credit to Parvez Anwar).

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    And… What happens when the deal expires? Will the product update indefinitely? Must be some restriction.

    • +1 vote

      This is a 1-year license and you get free updates for one year. The restriction is "If you have installed AVG AntiVirus 2015 on your current windows, you will get less than 365 days or an expired license message."

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    *** Note: This giveaway for new users of AVG AntiVirus 2015 only. If you have installed AVG AntiVirus 2015 on your current windows, you will get less than 365 days or an expired license message.

    Also note that this deal expires in Saturday 2pm AEST.


    Got it but haven't tried yet as I am using AVG 2015 Free Version…

    • +2 votes

      You can just click options and register license to activate it then just update it prompts. Don't have to download the installer and reinstall i.


    How is this different to AVG Free which has always been free?

  • +5 votes

    I've used 'AVG Free' on all my own PCs and PCs I've built for friends and family for 10+ years and apart form the occasional pop-up pestering you to upgrade to the full version it has been flawless. It seems to be sensitive enough to pickup most threats including those bum-steers of IP & Firewall utility programs whenever I download or copy them so it's definitely doing its job. I even used it to prove the Symantec scanner on our global work network wasn't actually doing its job properly!

    In my own honest 'OzBargain' opinion save your $39.99 and just use the free version instead… unless you know 100% that you really need the extra protection the full version offers. Go buy a Chromecast with the savings!


    From someone who's tried both recently, how is this versus Norton?

    • +4 votes

      Tried both Free and Premium?
      Tried both coke and pepsi?
      Tried both of the ~30+ virus scanners on the market? (your answer probably lies here)
      Tried both AVG and Norton? (In which case you should be able to answer your own question)


      If you're referring to 'both' being you've used AVG and Norton, then @SteveandBelle is simply making a comparison between the 2x programs. Which I believe is obvious.

  • +6 votes


    In order of best antivirus for 2014:

    • Bitdefender Antivirus Plus
    • Kaspersky Anti-Virus
    • Norton AntiVirus
    • F-Secure Anti-Virus
    • AVG Anti-Virus
    • BullGuard Antivirus
    • G Data AntiVirus
    • Panda Antivirus Pro
    • Avast! Pro Antivirus
    • McAfee AntiVirus Plus

    You're probably better of waiting for another Bitdefender deal which are posted just about every month.

    Pro tip: If you're paying for an anti-virus, you're being ripped off. Every anti-virus basically has the same list of known viruses. As long as you're with a well reputable AV, their lists will be up to date and you'll be safe.

    I have family who pay $100 a year for Norton because they don't want their credit card information stolen online. Saved them $100 by installing Avast!.

    Personally I use MSE on my desktop and Bitdefender on my laptop.

    Use a bit of CommonSense 2014 pro and you'll be fine.

    • +4 votes

      Nicely done SD! BTW, I recently upgraded to 'CommonSense 2015 Free' and have had no problems in the 40 years I've been using it :P

      • +2 votes

        Where does heartbleed and zero day exploits, let alone MSE, fit into 'Common Sense 2015'? I think you may be confusing 'She'll Be Right 2015' with 'Common Sense 2015' - they are easily mistaken for each other.

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      Avast has always been the best free AV for years, especially when AVG was shit and full of issues.

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      Pro tip: The tests on reputable AV comparison sites simply confirm that you don't know what you're talking about. My, and the experiences of tens of thousands of others can confirm same - they don't all have the same "virus list" aka signatures (even if it's accessible some implement much faster than others), nor do they all have the same capacity to detect, block and remove these viruses using the available signatures. The "Best" depends on your OS, your needs, your surfing and downloading activities. Some detect and block well but aren't so good at removal. MANY different factors to consider but "average" users can rely on the range of tests done at AV Comparatives.

      You aren't being "ripped off" paying for an AV - although there are alternatives at various price points and many free offers which MAY be suitable. AV companies have to develop tools, improve software etc etc and this has to be paid for somewhere along the line to protect us all.

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        If you are still downloading 1kb "mp3" files from limewire on a daily basis, I would recommend that you pay for an anti-virus since you're obviously not the sharpest tool.

        But if you're just an average internet user I wouldn't expect you to be downloading malicious items.

        The "Best" depends on your OS

        it's a well known fact that there are very little viruses on anything other than windows because of the market share.

        That being said, if someone wants to download a .sh file that has "rm * -rf", then they shouldn't be on the internet.

        The tests on reputable AV comparison sites simply confirm that you don't know what you're talking about.

        I'm not an expert on anti virus software, but I have had experience with a range of them and I don't believe there is much difference. Plus I don't usually use commercial software and tend to stick with FOSS.

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          Please stop. You don't have to "download malicious items" to get a virus although that's commonly where problems start. And how do you know if anything you download (even a web page) contains malicious items? Why, a reputable, up-to-date AV/firewall setup of course. Hackers can easily insert code into things you think are legitimate.

          It's "a well known fact" that Windows has many variants (should I list them?) and each is constantly being updated by MS until they are no longer supported. 'Your' OS could be any of these, in any state (up-to-date is best in most cases), and as the tests show AVs perform a little differently depending on their implementation on that particular platform.

          What you believe is obviously FAR from reality. There is "nothing" wrong with a lot of free AVs (agreed); you are NOT being ripped off if you pay a small fee for a good AV; NOT all AVs are the same or as safe as each other; they don't all have the same signature list (or more correctly they may not have implemented blocks and fixes for them all); and not all AV software is guaranteed to be as up-to-date as their competitors. Please do some reading before you post comments like some of those above.


      lol sif no Avira…..

  • +1 vote

    I believe AVG is one of those AVs that generates lots of false positives. SnowDragon, If you have used Virus Total alot, you would know that AntiVirus software differs alot in their ability to detect genuine rogue code, how this malware is named and classified, and the frequency of false positives. The various programs are definitely not using the same lists. People are gullible and believe everything their AV tells them.

    Eset Nod and Kaspersky have few false positives and are the products I would recommend. Beside a viral /malware detector, I would recommend a proper Firewall application that gives you complete control over all incoming and outgoing connexions (eg popups every time a new program tries to phone home). Comodo's Firewall is quite good for a freeware. https://www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/firewall.php


      I agree with the false positive bit. I find that some AVs go a bit overboard with what they are trying to detect and anything that is a bit risky and an .exe is usually caught (usually keygens and cracks unfortunately).

      Each anti virus has its pros and cons. I'll just stick with whatever is free and has good reviews.


      The out-of-the-box real world tests for Sept, Win7&8, gives AVG zero false positives - perfect.


    I would want this on my computer even if it was 200% off……


    I just 'ordered' this, and then sent the link to my brother who also 'ordered' it. It gave us both the same serial number. Would it be safe to assume we don't actually need to order anything, and we can just share the licence number and download links for people to save them the hassle?

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    AVG Free 2011 let malware registry changes kill both my desktops and prevent OS booting. Never trusting AVG again.


    Can anyone actually able to install this to their PC? I have got the same licence code as above but when entered, a message "The licence number you entered has expired" and AVG website is not of much help at all? Anyone successfully installed this? How to do it please?


      I have activated my copy with the key above 30 min ago. now showing "Your trial expires in 373 days.".
      if your key is the same one, it should be OK. try copy and paste.


    I did try many times with the above code without sucess. Not sure if its because my laptop is still on Vista.

    Will have to give it a miss. Thanks abc boy.


      check another version here from malwaretips

      Use one of this license to active AVG Antivirus Pro 2015 or AVG Internet Security 2015 full version free with ONE Year Serial Key :

      AVG Antivirus Pro key

      AVG Internet Security key

      Use the keys above and download the "paid" version not trial version you want:

      I.AVG Antivirus Pro 2015 : www.avg.com/gb-en/download.prd-avc
      II.AVG Internet Security 2015 : www.avg.com/gb-en/download.prd-isc

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