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ESET Nod32 Antivirus 3 Devices 1 Year $3.99, ESET Internet Security - 3 Devices 1 Year $9.99 + Post ($0 w/Prime) @ HT via Amazon

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ESET Nod32 Antivirus 3 Devices 1 Year Was $20.00 Now$3.99

ESET Internet Security 3 Devices 1 Year Was $24.00 Now$9.99

*Both Keys must be activated by 31 Dec 2021
*Work with both MAC & Windows


Update: We realised that $6 delivery charge is not reasonable for this, but it is Amazon's call since all of our stocks are in Amazon warehouse. The best solution we can think of is to buy one month of Amazon prime for $6.99 (free trail for the first 30 days) so you get free shipping plus prime TV etc

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    If I have an existing subscription will it stack on top of my current subscription?

    E.g. Mine ends Feb 2022, so if I purchase this will it become Feb 2023?

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      would like to know this too

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        Doesn't stack

    • +1 vote

      Doesn't stack, but should have long enough expiry that you just let your old one expire and then use this key to reactivate.

  • +5 votes

    Dammit just yesterday I paid $12.89 for the 3-device key from SaveOnIT. What am I going to tell my wife???

    • +24 votes

      Tell her to spank you for being a naughty boy

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      Tell her the $12.89 was not including the cashback bonus of $10 you get!

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      Hand her your OZB membership

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      You don't want to know my reply 👍😁

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    Is this any good? Looking for something that doesn't crash my computer every time I use it.

    • +37 votes

      The best AV is the one that comes with Windows, everything else is just bloating it for no reason and luring you into a false sense of security.

      • +6 votes

        Agreed, no annoying popups to get you to install browser extensions or turn on dark web monitoring or all that kind of crap, it just does it's job in the background.

        Besides, common sense and not clicking on stuff you shouldn't be is the best antivirus of all.

      • -1 vote

        kaspersky is very useful if you go on shady website

        • +7 votes

          Shady websites belong to the sandbox.

          • +2 votes

            @Muscles: Username checks out on the right arm

      • +3 votes

        Depends on what metrics you include when defining "best"…

        While better than nothing, Defender actually has a measurable impact on the speed of the PC. Infact they all do. They all slow it down. Some more than others.

        But according to a leading comparative site, almost anything else is faster than Defender, and has better detection rates with real world samples.

        • +1 vote

          a leading comparative site

          Would like to know which one.

        • -2 votes

          That data is wrong since it puts Microsoft way above Norton in terms of performance impact which I know is wrong. Plus the testing methodology would be flawed.

          Either way, its not worth paying money for it.

          • +2 votes

            @samfisher5986: How is the data wrong? What testing have you done to discredit the comparative website. Windows Defender Has the highest performance hit compared to other AV software.

            • +1 vote

              @R3XNebular: Reading the report its a flawed test, from the computer they use it run it, to the huge differences they measure for certain programs and even something as simple as download speed.

              Norton eats a ton of memory and CPU. Even something as simple as memory consumption after uninstalling it and windows defender turns back on. Overall memory consumption is always quite a lot lower once you remove it.

              If you look at their historic reports you'll see that either antivirus software is changing in performance impact wildly per year, or the test is simply not a very good way to measure it.

              Once thing is for sure, they do know how to make garbage resource hog AV's look like they aren't.

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                @samfisher5986: So their test is flawed? Yours isn't? Sounds like you're basing your opinion of Norton based on your previous experience. I did have Norton 10 years ago and I agree extremely resource intensive however their new versions aren't as resource heavy as they once were and I'd agree with AV-comparatives test that it has less of an impact than windows defender. Since you say their testing is flawed what would you suggest they use or do instead to measure the impact on system performance?

                • +4 votes

                  @R3XNebular: I literally uninstalled Norton on a computer 5 days ago to reduce memory usage and speed up a computer. I compared before and after and there was a noticeable difference according to task manager.

                  Part of my side job is removing junk from people's computers because they end up insanely slow.

                  I'm not saying Microsoft's defender is great, but its very friendly to low memory usage situations, doesn't force scans and other scheduled tasks when the computer is busy doing basic things like loading windows and has a much lower footprint in general computer usage (browsing the internet etc)

                  And its not even just me, I'm literally paid for uninstalling norton from people's computers and then they tell me how much faster it is, and they pay me.

                  • -1 vote

                    @samfisher5986: I'd trust AV-comparatives testing + https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/ than your one or two uninstalls here and there. Not saying what you've experienced is wrong just saying that the AV-comparatives test actually runs multiple tests on a system. Both AV-Comparatives and AV-test.org rates Norton's impact performance as being great.

                    AV-Comparatives
                    "We also used a third-party, industry-recognized performance testing suite (PC Mark 10 Professional) to measure the system impact during real-world product usage. We used the predefined PCMark 10 Extended test. Readers are invited to evaluate the various products themselves, to see what impact they have on their systems (due to e.g. software conflicts and/or user preferences, as well as different system configurations that may lead to varying results).
                    We believe that increasing the number of iterations increases our statistical precision. This is especially true for performance testing, as some noise is always present on real machines. We perform each test multiple times and provide the median as result.".

                    I highly doubt you perform multiple "uninstalls" on the same system to compare.

                    • +2 votes

                      @R3XNebular: Why do I need to perform multiple uninstalls?

                      If removing Norton reduces memory consumption, thats the end goal.

                      And its not just one or two… its quite a lot and its the same every time. Having Norton is a overall increase in memory demand.

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                        @samfisher5986: You're discrediting their testing methods when yours is flawed.

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                          @R3XNebular: Mine is not a testing method, its a simple comparison, thats why it can't be flawed, especially being across many computers in different homes.

                          I'm not making any wild claims like they are, simply that there is less memory usage after removing Norton, something they failed to see, which among other things shows they don't really measure anything useful when it comes to performance, and not really anything useful in terms of real computer protection as well, just facing them off in a flawed bubble.

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                            @samfisher5986: Hmm what was the memory usage difference between the two?

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                              @R3XNebular: Unfortunately I only know percentages from memory since I'm measuring overall memory consumption of the entire system. On a 4GB memory machine it can easily drop by 10% or more putting into a safer zone where windows feels it has enough memory to freely allocate to new applications. (Generally when 50% and under)

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      Is this any good?

      All AV products are a bit of a scam. Back in the early days of the Internet when Windows ran with full default admin privileges, viruses were a problem. But that was fixed around 2003 and so AV is pointless IMO.
      If you don't download and run random apps from dodgy websites, or click on links from spam email then you have already mitigated 99.99% of the risk.

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        And for the 0.01%, the AV won't catch it anyway.

        Also most likely the "Paid" AV will just make you think you can download random junk and you'll be safe.

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    is internet security worth the extra $6?

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      Yes, it has parental control and safe banking.

      • +1 vote

        I've got no kids but

        and that safe banking thing is annoying really

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          Why is safe banking annoying?

      • +14 votes

        Safe banking?

        Sounds like a false sense of security.

  • +1 vote

    Hey representative, Why charge for postage when it's just a digital code?

    • -2 votes

      the code is not in email :) you will get it on paper, sealed,etc

      • -2 votes

        but I don't want to pay $6 postage or join prime for a $4 item lol

        • +7 votes

          but I don't want to pay $6 postage or join prime for a $4 item lol

          Then you don't get to have this deal then.

          Edit: Voted down for stating facts. SMH.

        • +4 votes

          Hi there,
          I totally understand and agree with you. But all the keys have to send to you as a card since Amazon does not allow third party sellers to sell digital content. So unfortunately there is no second choice (and even with the shipping cost we are still offer one of the best price in OZ)

          • +1 vote

            @HTDealAdmin: Thanks for telling us more, rep. Appreciate that.
            I am happy to pay for postage, but I think $6 shipping for a paper card is a bit excessive.
            I understand that is Amazon's policy and out of your control.
            In that case, how about if you lower your price of the same products on your ebay store?
            That may benefit more of us. Cheers

            • +2 votes

              @TanedaR: Hi there, thank you for bring this issue with us
              I agree its not fair that Amazon is charging you $6 for a card. The reason why we only do Amazon is because we got big quantity of stock in Amazon warehouse.
              About eBay deals, it is not my decision to make, let me try what I can do to help you in this matter, update you later

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              @TanedaR: Unfortunately we cannot do eBay deals at the moment as we don't have enough stock in our eBay warehouse. Really sorry that I couldn't help you more on this. Please see the updated description, that's the best option we can think of

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  • +10 votes

    Unpopular opinion : I feel Microsoft built in anti-virus is sufficient?

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      Works for me fine

    • +4 votes

      Not unpopular, for the average home user the in built windows anti-virus + common sense is more than sufficient.

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        What if you don't have common sense? will windows AV still be sufficient? Will Nod32 makeup for the lack of common sense?

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          What if you don't have common sense?

          Then the universe will find a way to shit on you regardless. Just send me all your money instead.

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        Even in enterprise, Defender is commonly used. It's no worse than any vendor, really, especially the newer versions of win10.

  • +6 votes

    I have two spare keys
    Internet security 3 devices 1 year.
    Pm me first two get them.
    1/2 sent

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      pm sent

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      2/2 all gone guys.

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    Shame 1 of the 3 can't be a Droid device!

    But for a few bucks, I'll grab a copy. Good AV. Mind you, eset offers a free online-based scanner which is great and works just the same when you run it!

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    Hey do the keys stack?

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      Nop I tried it before.

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        OK thanks

      • +1 vote

        Will it blend?

  • +2 votes

    Just use Defender.
    All of these junk AV products are in fact, junk AV products.

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    Imagine using this in 2021.

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    Hey Rep, is all your key exp. Dec 2021?

    Got one for this price during prime day so wonder if its the same.

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      If the key you purchased on Prime Day is from us, then it should be the same expire date

  • +1 vote

    What’s the difference between the 2 products?

    Is the 1st one just a card you get sent online? And the 2nd one is a box with some stuff in it that get sent to you?

    • +1 vote

      Hey, there
      They are two products with different functions, please refer to product page for more details.
      All the keys will send to you as a card since Amazon does not allow third party sellers to sell digital content

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    Does Internet Security include antivirus features?

  • +1 vote

    For those who aren’t sure.

    Keeping Windows and defender updated + common sense will keep your computer safe.

    Occasionally scan for malware with malware bytes.

    Source: I’m a systems admin. WINDOWS/LINUX

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      but is it worth all that effort to save $9.99 for 3 devices?

    • +2 votes

      I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Windows/Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux.

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        That’s right but I think saying windows is easier for most here.

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          Please stop you are embarrassing yourself.

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    Wow, AVs.. I haven't thought about them or used them in years. A distant memory like anti-malware software and dialup. Just switch to Linux desktop if you want to be comfortably secure.

    • +3 votes

      I watch AV everyday.

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    Just wondering is it possible to stack or merge keys?

  • +1 vote

    A 10
    V 0

    Would watch again

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    Perfect timing, mine expiring in Oct. just order internet security with prime .

  • +1 vote

    No way I'm buying an NS-5 into my home.
    My logic is undeniable…
    :P

    (I can't be the only one who thinks of that movie from the thumbnail?)

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    I've tried this and others. Best one to date and I will keep using is bitdefender total security.

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    Edit - alternative option comment removed after realizing OP is associated.

  • +1 vote

    The best antivirus is you

  • +1 vote

    People still use an Antivirus?

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      yes why not? I started using the internet in the early 2000's and antivirus is highly recommended

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        Buying antivirus is like seeing a bunch of burglars trying to break through your window with a hammer and then you install a deadbolt on your front door expecting it to stop them breaking into your window.

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      Had the same question. Been both virus and anti virus free since 2009 😄. But I guess if you aren’t so tech savvy or have kids that use internet alot or share the home/ work network with flat mates, it could be useful.

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        you don't need to download anything to be a victim nowadays with Windows. some AV's can prevent such incidents

        • +1 vote

          Except it generally won't save you from anything, if there was an AV that actually stopped common threats, especially ransomware, everyone would buy it.