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Kaspersky or Free F-secure software.

bigkenny
Enlightened One
Message 5 of 5

I`ve been using Kaspersky Total Security software for a few years and my
license is due soon to renew. I was thinking of using my TT free SuperSafe
Boost, F-Secure instead what is the advantage or disadvantage (apart from
it being free) of changing over to this F-secure software.

 

Many Thanks

 

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Message 1 of 5

Hi bigkenny, Gondola's reply is spot on. I hope it helps you make your choice. 

 

Ady


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Message 2 of 5

Hi

 

>Heads up that from the 1st October 2020 your SuperSafe Boost will be charged at £4 per >month,

 

Well that has turned the table that is news thanks for that I might just renew my software I have as used to it all and works fine

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Gondola
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Message 3 of 5

Hi @bigkenny 

 

Here's the low-down on TalkTalk Online Defence (SuperSafe Boost) including a Password Manager. TalkTalk Online Defence (SuperSafe) Overview 

 

Password Manager 

 

Heads up that from the 1st October 2020 your SuperSafe Boost will be charged at £4 per month, this includes protecting yourself and your family online against viruses and malware with award-winning Online Defence antivirus by F-Secure, protecting up to 10 devices. Along with our Password Manager, which stores your passwords securely. It can create strong passwords and you can use it across all your devices.

 

Kaspersky is a Russian export. It's claimed to be very effective. The choice of any security software is whether you trust it to keep your devices safe.

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fr8ys
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Message 4 of 5

It comes down to personal choice.

 

You will get some advocating one or the other.

 

I suggest you do an internet search and read the reviews to make a choice.

 

Try this link

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