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Posted April 23, 2009 by Simon in News
 
 

Barclays Kaspersky Offer

Internet security is key if you’re using accessing any form of online banking, and Barclays have come up with a great offer that gets you a 12 month license for either the award-winning Kaspersky Internet Security suite (RRP £49.99) or Kaspersky Mobile Security suite (RRP £14) free of charge if you use their Online Banking service.

The deal does means you need to have an account with them, but this is fairly simple these days, and getting the free security software could be worth the effort. Of the security packages around, Kaspersky is one of the best, and gives you the comfort of have multiple layers of protection whilst you’re accessing our online accounts.

The are also offering to renew your activation code if you signed up to this offer last year, giving you another free 12 months of usage.  All ou need to do is to login, go to the ‘At a Glance’ page, and follow the instructions.

Kaspersky Mobile Securityk-mobile
  • Helps defend against mobile theft and fraud
  • Offers personal data protection
  • Comprehensive protection from: viruses, trojans, worms, spyware, backdoors, keyloggers, rootkits, phishing and spam/hacker attacks (two-way firewall)
  • Protection against SMS spam
  • Real-time antivirus scanning of all incoming files and connections
  • On-demand antivirus scanning of the smartphone’s internal memory and extension card
  • Full antivirus scans on a schedule defined by the system administrator
  • Choice of integrated IP firewall protection level
  • Free technical support.
 Kaspersky Internet Securityk-internet
  • Helps defend against internet fraud
  • Increases protection from online identity theft
  • Keeps your children safer online
  • Offers personal data protection
  • Comprehensive protection from: viruses, trojans, worms, spyware, backdoors, keyloggers, rootkits, phishing and spam/hacker attacks (two-way firewall)
  • Privacy control
  • Parental control
  • Free technical support
  • You can install it on up to three computers in your home

Simon