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Dang even better than the 3 for 20 I went in on earlier
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Thank you. Used to have the AV 2018, but now upgraded and got 2 of the Internet Security. Going to keep the other one for next year
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costs 3$ for a licence on ebay
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Thank you, good find. Have been using nothing but eset smart security for about 8 years, never had any problems with my pcs. Just ordered ess
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costs 3$ for a licence on ebay
Yeah who knows if the key is stolen or been used a million times and then it gets black listed.
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Thank you. Used to have the AV 2018, but now upgraded and got 2 of the Internet Security. Going to keep the other one for next year
My Kaspersky and AVG codes expired within couple of years. Please make sure eset codes won't expire.
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I've been using Nod32 for years and this is a good price like I've been waiting for as my subscription ends next month, but it looks like it has dropped in quality a bit compared to others over the past year according to https://www.av-comparatives.org/t...mber-2018/.

Also see here: https://www.av-comparatives.org/test-results/
And here, where Nod32 doesn't look like it makes the list although tested, for some reason: https://www.av-test.org/en/antivi...e-windows/

I've read that Bitdefender, which I was considering as an alternative, removed some of the customization options in the most recent versions, which sounds annoying (see here: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product)

And I had tried Kaspersky years ago and there was something about it that didn't work for me, but I can't remember what so may try it again.

I can't believe Avast has rated so highly now on av-comparatives, but maybe I'm just biased because I didn't like the nagging when I used the free version. I may go with Avira and deal with the nagging.

But does anybody have any recommendations?

I'm thinking about also adding Malwarebytes Antimalware Premium to my setup since I've had the free version catch things that Nod32 wouldn't (besides cookies) and would probably want that realtime protection. I'm more concerned about ransomware these days, and I think the beta of Malwarebytes Antiransomware is built into their Premium Antimalware.
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Nod32 has worked great for even my dumbest and oldest customers. The true test is someone who is computer stupid, not a computer literate person. In my experience nod32 has protected me and at the same time had the least false positives and general annoyances. The biggest for me being keygens.
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does the product key get shipped to me or does the product key get e-mailed to me?
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Been a user of Nod32 for at least 10 years, no issues. Thanks for posting, mine AV ran out recently and I'm going to upgrade it to Nod32 security. Perfect
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Sweet! Mine just expired. Perfect timing.
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does this expired? or is it for life?
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Yeah who knows if the key is stolen or been used a million times and then it gets black listed.
Been doing it for years. Never had a problem. Don't listen to the nerds on this site.
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Can you buy more than one and stack them? Or save one key for next year when the first one expires?
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