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Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 3 PC 2 Years $15 (Email Key) @ SaveOnIT

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Mine is almost due for renewal, so this just fits the timing perfectly. It's even cheaper than what I paid 2 years ago, it was 19 bucks back then…
I believe it's part of their Click Frenzy deal which ends on the 26th of May 2019.

Description from SaveOnIt website:
Kaspersky Internet Security for 3 PCs with 2 years update.
For Microsoft Windows Only.
Latest version, product key email with no shipping cost.
$15

https://www.saveonit.com.au/product/kaspersky-internet-secur...

Make sure you check your Spam box if you don't receive their email. That's where I found mine.

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    Mine 2 just about to buy another one.

  • +2 votes

    As I've never purchased from here before can anyone provide their feedback with sales and support?

    • +11 votes

      Always get my keys from here. Never had any problems.

    • +3 votes

      Purchased from them before and never had any problem

    • +4 votes

      Bought 3 times before. No worries, all legit.

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      I bought the same product in 2015 and then 2017, didn't have any issue.
      It is not an automated process so you'd usually get the key within a day.
      Having said that, I bought mine last night and still waiting for the key. But I don't doubt these guys would deliver at some point and I don't mind the wait. They're probably just busy with the Click Frenzy event.

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      I used their live chat. Very good support.

  • +5 votes

    Remember when Kaspersky was the go to for antivirus?

    Pepperidge Farm remembers…

    • +1 vote

      Does seem they've dropped slightly. Not much but enough for others like Bitdefender to be performing beter.

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    If I ordered a code now would it be good next year?

    • +2 votes

      I've been buying from there for the past 6-7 years. They're a great place.

      • +1 vote

        I use KIS. Last key did not commence until the previous licence expired which surprised me. Message after I entered the new key was something like: 'licence validated, key will commence when your current key expires (it was only a few days from memory). Ymmv depending on software version and which product you have: KAV, KIS or KTS.

  • +3 votes

    Fyi i stock pile my keys no problem.

  •  

    Have a year left, would applying it extend my licence on top?

    • +1 vote

      My experience is Not. You'll get 2 years from the date you apply the new license.

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      See above hubbske. Appears stacking works for some but not others. Irrespective the price from SaveOnIt is generally under $20 for 2yrs 3 devices and hasn't changed for more than 3 years based on my receipts so if you're worried just wait until you're closer to expiry.

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        My understanding is that they stacks but all 3 PCs will have same expiration date once activated. i.e. if you activate on PC1, even though PC2 activates 2 months later, the expiration date will be the same as PC1.

        When you add the license to a PC currently with active license, the new license should not activate until the current license expires.

        And, I had purchased from them multiple time before and never had issues with key delivery.

  • +1 vote

    i always buy from here as well and i buy for others too :D

  • +1 vote

    I never run AV, but it's not for everyone. I buy these keys, from this store, for all friends & family. Time to stock up again.

  • +10 votes

    I've not paid for av in years.
    The free Microsoft product is just as good and is guaranteed to work with the next version of Windows 10….
    With each windows release now, you're pretty much going to have to update/patch AV software

    • +5 votes

      Yeah I personally only see paid AV's and such as useful for businesses who need more control and management over their network and resources. And can't trust every computer-illiterate person to not do silly things.

      For home use, common sense combined with Windows Defender, regularly scanning your PC with free malwarebytes every couple of months (or if you notice strange behaviour) and doing a CCleaner clean at the same time is all you need to do to keep a safe and well-performing device.

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      Reply to psy:
      No… (tests will show the differences, which have reduced recently)
      And no, in my experience at least

  •  

    How does the license work if its activated over a period of time over 3 PC?
    If I activate the license on PC1 then 6 months later the license on PC2, does PC2 get 2 years or 1.5 years?

  •  

    Do I still have to pay Russian hackers to spy on me?? Wtf!

    •  

      They only want your porn collection

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      There are free versions of Kaspersky too. But they do not spy on you.

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        Actually… they probably do.

        https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/10/technology/kaspersky-lab-...

        "It was a case of spies watching spies watching spies: Israeli intelligence officers looked on in real time as Russian government hackers searched computers around the world for the code names of American intelligence programs.

        What gave the Russian hacking, detected more than two years ago, such global reach was its improvised search tool — antivirus software made by a Russian company, Kaspersky Lab, that is used by 400 million people worldwide, including by officials at some two dozen American government agencies.

        …“Antivirus is the ultimate back door,” Blake Darché, a former N.S.A. operator and co-founder of Area 1 Security. “It provides consistent, reliable and remote access that can be used for any purpose, from launching a destructive attack to conducting espionage on thousands or even millions of users.”"

        Not to say this wouldn't necessarily be a problem with other anti-virus software as well…

    • +2 votes

      There's always one…

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      Renew your McAfee install. Big John needs more guns and poo

  • +1 vote

    Wait, my Kaspersky is spying on my computer and Huawei are spying on my phone.

    If only i was important enough to have something worth reporting on

  •  

    If mine still active can i load this for extra 2 year subscription?

    •  

      You don't need this if you run Windows 7, 8 or 10. Microsoft Security Essentials/Windows Defender is built in, less resource intensive and more than sufficient. It's also much less likely to conflict with any other software.

      Make sure you have a browser adblocker like uBlock Origin too.

      • +2 votes

        Often, Windows Defender will be heavier than Kaspersky. It will vary from one system to the next, but Windows Defender has a well deserved reputation of being heavy from some users.

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          Yes that's what tests on AV Comparatives suggests.

          Been a while since I looked so I can't comment on conflicts. Probably depends on your applications and hardware but I've had none with KIS 2018.

  • +3 votes

    Never understood the need to Anti-Virus software, I've been making do perfectly fine with Windows Defender, never had an issue.

    • +3 votes

      You will understand once you have kids.

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        The virus protection and internet security that comes with Windows is good enough. You can have family accounts, and reporting and everything. Let it scan every single action if you're paranoid. No need to pay someone else for what is already free. Makes no difference if kids are using it or not. But hey if you want to throw money away, go for it.

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          Generalised nonsense.

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            @Possumbly: Sounds like you need generalised education. I've been down the road of paying Kaspersky a subscription fee. I've set other people up with the same deal, and recommended they use Kaspersky. That was a few years ago. Times have changed, and I no longer recommend that.

            I suggest you make efforts to unhook yourself from the irrational fear of "not paying for third party anti-virus". Like I said, what comes with Windows is perfectly adequate, and technically you are paying for it when you buy Windows, or buy a computer with a Windows license.

            As long you believe paying anti-virus software publishers is the only way you can secure your computer, those publishers will happily take your money. They will design different pop-up screens with big green ticks to validate your perception of security, or big red warning alerts because you haven't paid your subscription.

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              @cerealJay: I suggest you stop generalising/waffling about what security is required by others. Can't be bothered repeating it so read my other comments elsewhere on the deal and then go and read why commercial security software (and or their free versions) is often better than MS and why a subscription service MAY be a better option for many.

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          A lot of people find that Windows Defender slows down their computers. This is a good reason to use an alternative.

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            @rogerm22: A lot people find the opposite, myself included. I've built and installed Windows on machines from scratch many times, and you can be sure that third party anti-virus is a common cause of not only slow-downs, but annoyances as they bug you for more money, and irritate you with endless alerts and prompts.

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              @cerealJay: I've tested pretty much every antivirus there is (over 60 of them) and I've found that just about all of them cause noticeable slowdowns at times. Some of them, make my computer run slower all the time. Having said, my fastest systems only have 2nd gen i5 processors and I'm sure things would be different with faster computers.

              Windows Defender is one of the antiviruses which causes slowdowns (Kaspersky does too), which is why I refuse to use it on any of my computers. Even some people with high end computers find that WD causes slowdowns. WD is fine if it doesn't slow down your system, but if it does, there are better options.

            • +1 vote

              @cerealJay: So how did you measure the performance of those machines exactly? Grain of salt stuff.There are plenty of controlled real-world tests on performance of many of the commercial applications, including MS's offerings. You might like to read them also.

              Every system is different and there are myriad user requirements. Generalised nonsense like yours above is best ignored.

              • -2 votes

                @Possumbly: So according to you, advice and reasons how people can save money is "nonsense", while your advice for them to buy a subscription to Russian anti-virus software, is wisdom? Got it.

                The performance of any PC is influenced by many factors, most of which come from bloatware people have no idea how to remove. This includes bloatware from "trusted sources" such as Dell, Asus, and Samsung, and their "trusted partners" which regularly change. Any measuring of performance that you call "real world" needs to factor in all the typical crapware that comes pre-installed and set to run on Windows startup.

                Even the security program itself has a myriad of options that determine how much it does in the background. The worst possible performance hit, comes in the form of neglecting to pay the anti-virus vendor their fee they urgently remind you of, and critical for the defence of your PC. "YOU ARE AT RISK! Now give us money to be safe again."

                Mcafee is probably the worst, but they are all bad. At least Mcafee can be uninstalled via the usual way. Have you ever tried to uninstall Kaspersky from a Windows machine? Even a trial version that someone else installed? It's not easy. You must download a special program from Kaspersky in order to remove it. Forget about going to Programs > Uninstall to get rid of Kaspersky… it sinks it claws in deep, and even with admin privileges, it's a pain to remove. No doubt you believe it's not a dark pattern, but necessary for the safety of all.

                I lost confidence in Kaspersky a long time ago. Seeing them drape a huge banner over the grandstand at an AFL final one year made me realise that fear of viruses is big business. If it's nonsense you're looking for, look no further than your own paranoid agenda-driven argument.

                • +1 vote

                  @cerealJay: Lol. No agenda here pal, nor am I paranoid like you appear to be. Understand your comprehension limitations but for the record I haven't advised anyone to buy Kas, I've simply pointed out the huge and obvious holes in your comments. The BS meter was off the scale.Your last two sentences should tell readers everything they need to know.

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                    @Possumbly: While I don't doubt your expertise in the art of repetitive arrogance, you've contributed zip to this discussion.

                    Let's see: accusing others of nonsense, then informing us you can't be bothered qualifying your own drivel. And attempting to tell other readers what they should gain from my posts. It's not difficult to understand the points I've raised, but you seem confused.

                    I'm sure if you do your homework you might have something to offer approaching substance. In the meantime, readers here will appreciate the placement of sock in the place where your low quality contributions emerge.

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                      @cerealJay: I don't need to do homework on BS pal, I've read enough - esp on OzB AV threads - to recognise it as soon as I see it. Your first post was a classic example of ignorance on the topic and your follow-ups did nothing other than to confirm the obvious. My suggestion to anyone who comes across this deal is to take what you've written with a very large handful of salt, and to google and read about AV issues, recommendations etc which apply to their own specific requirements. There are two excellent AV websites which test and rate security software (AV-test and AV-comparatives), and there is a huge amount of useful information from users from high end game players to more typical internet users.

  •  

    anyone know which one is better: internet security or their total security which is only 1 year?

  • +3 votes

    Kaspersky has a free edition now. Would suit majority of home users.

    https://www.kaspersky.com.au/free-antivirus

    Definitely less resource intensive than Windows Defender.

    Bitdefender is another great free option.

    I prefer Kaspersky as it's more customisable.

  •  

    anyone can give me suggestion, which one is better for antivirus : bitdefender vs kapersky vs mcaffe ?

    •  

      Have had all 3. They may have improved but Mcafee allowed a well-known virus through some years back when my daughter was downloading stuff on her laptop. Had to rebuild the laptop. They went downhill fast after he sold the company. May have improved since but I'll never go back.

      Had Kas(KTS), went to BD when I couldn't get a decent renewal deal, now back with KAS(KIS) courtesy of SaveOnIT. BD gave me some headaches with database updates, hence my decision to revert to KIS. Much for muchness those two so go for the better deal maybe.

  •  

    With Kaspersky not only does our government spy on you, so do the Russians.

  • +1 vote

    Спасибо Путину за сделку

  • +2 votes

    They have another for eset mobile security:-

    https://www.saveonit.com.au/product/eset-mobile-security-1-d...

    $3.99

    :o)

    •  

      I liked Eset too (Windows version). Compared to Kaspersky, Eset has a smaller installation footprint. About the same number of false positives (relatively rare). Eset slows down file ops more than Kaspersky does though. Things might have changed though; I have been using Kaspersky for 2 years now.

      PC version of Eset is currently $8.90 for 1 machine: https://www.saveonit.com.au/product/eset-internet-security-1...

      •  

        Current versions of ESET are definitely lighter than Kaspersky and just about everything else. Older versions, were a bit heavier.

  •  

    Mine is almost expired too.

    Bought it!

    Dont forget it will be EOFY soon and is tax deductible for anyone that works from home or on a company laptop etc!

  • +1 vote

    Switched my mum and dad to Ubuntu and Lubuntu.

    So easy to manage and very little chance of viruses.

    Highly recommended.

  •  

    Its no big deal on $15 but Paypal now has a 2% surcharge.

  •  

    People still buy AV?

    • +2 votes

      With good reason. Ask your work or any business if they have a commercial AV. Without companies researching and tracking viruses and malware we'd all be stuffed. Some people of course are happy to let others do the lifting. Depends on your needs and your risk/reward profile.

  •  

    ill just sick with comodo for now.
    but this is a good deal

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