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3 user Internet Security Suite + 2gb USB Flash Drive for $69.95 (after $60 cashback)

Posted By: mikepspencer, posted 2007/09/09 21:53
Buy the 3-User Internet Security Suite 2007 and receive a BONUS 2GB USB Flashdrive. Price is $69.95 after $60 cashback. Simply purchase your Internet Security Flashdrive online and fill out the cashback form.


Key Features:

CA Internet Security Suite

Protects up to 3 PCs and includes Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Spam and Personal Firewall

New! Secure Now provides proactive protection by monitoring critical program functions and settings, and reminding you to keep your computer security at an optimal level.

New! Threat Outbreak Warning System provides real-time content feeds from the CA Security Advisor, giving you detailed, up-to-the-minute information on the most recent and most prevalent virus and spyware threats.

New! Quick Tips provide you with helpful, at-your-fingertips answers to commonly asked questions, easing the burden of searching the Help file or contacting Support for assistance.

Improved! User Interface offers simplicity and superior ease-of-use, helping you quickly and easily set preferences, check program status, and maintain a secure PC.

Low System Overhead with a total install of only 60 MB and low usage of system resources, CA Internet Security Suite installs quickly, saves hard drive space, and scans efficiently.

Supported by the CA Security Advisory Team our worldwide research labs work 24 x 7 to detect threats before they can damage your PC, ensuring protection from the latest threats.

NEW 2GB Flash Drive

2GB2 Storage Space to hold hundreds of photos, MP3s and other documents.

USB 2.0 for high speed file tranasfers.

Preloaded with CA Internet Secruity Suite 2007 software so theres no need to wait for downloads or fumble around with CDs.

Durable Ultra flash card can be used again and again.

Thin, credit card design makes it easy to carry around with you all day.
Expiry date:2007/09/30
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  • ScarletRubies2007/09/10 13:22:06
    -2? Really? I don't plan on getting the software (because to be honest I don't put any thought into software at all), but I'd think that any security software & a 2gb flash drive would be a great buy at $70.

    Is there a way that BS can stop people cooling a deal? Maybe they need to have posted x number of deals, have made 100 posts, or leave a comment (that would be good - if cooling was disabled without a comment). I'm sure there'd be ways around it, and I like that users have voting powers, but honestly, if I don't like a deal (because it doesn't suit me), I just won't vote. What's to "official" thinking behind voting?
  • Brad2007/09/10 14:19:11
    I have just hotted your deal Mikepspencer, as the snowman is lurking ONCE again.
  • nod2007/09/10 17:23:26
    Oh well.. it is someone with voting power to be able to cold it so they must have contributed to the board somewhere.
    The voting is all about a democracy but as previously stated Buckscoop is here to help us all. If we discuss why deals are good bad or indifferent then we all gain. For me simply voting without discussion doesn't help all that much
  • ScarletRubies2007/09/10 17:31:32
    I was fiddling with the filter on the front page a little while ago (nobody was posting and my kids were asleep...); it is interesting to see which deals got the most heat. I wonder how many "degrees" convert to sales?
  • jayne2007/09/10 17:37:48
    ScarletRubies;15383
    I was fiddling with the filter on the front page a little while ago (nobody was posting and my kids were asleep...); it is interesting to see which deals got the most heat. I wonder how many "degrees" convert to sales?


    Not sure, as I know I vote on most deals... but don't buy that much, really... !
  • admin2007/09/10 19:34:23
    usually there is a pretty reliable correlation between the two Ruby.

    The temperature is comprised of deal views, votes and comments. A vote is a vote - that cant be changed, but certain weighting is given to views and comments on a deal to reflect the fact that not everyone will vote but lots of traffic usually means lots of interest which extrapolated means good deal. As the site changes we play with that configuration to reflect the way the site is being used.

    With the snowman - I sort of reckon its a sign of success. Because the site is doing well and there's lots of traffic we've obviously attracted a lurker, one of those who'll troll around and vote cold. Doesnt bother me too much - they can vote cold all they like but ultimately its one single person without any real impact - the deal temperature will go up based on all the members who view, comment and vote. And ultimately - it takes one hot vote from someone who has a good reputation to negate it. And because your site reputation is based on the average of all the activity you do here that -1 or -2 degrees has little impact on it.

    The official position on voting (and Nod can correct anything I miss here) is that ultimately this place is a democracy and its horses for courses in respect of what people think about someones deal. As we grow we'll see a quotient of those who join participating and a quotient spoiling.

    Not sure if we've actually answered your question Ruby :)
  • ScarletRubies2007/09/10 21:41:46
    Ah, so by staying here and chatting about the weather, we cause this deal to get warmer... :)

    Interesting that you vote on most, Jayne. I tend to only vote on things I think of as being both good value AND appealing to me personally! I'm stingy.
  • admin2007/09/20 13:09:19
    Was just looking at this. Value wise for a CA solution - its a very good deal. Not sure though about how good the CA package is as have heard some bad things about it but then I've not had any personal experience.

    In any case the cashback redemption offer closes on the 30th.

    Have given you a hot mike - I like combo deals.

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