[GIVEAWAY] Kaspersky Internet Security multi-device 2017 FTW

I live online. Fact. Until recently I didn’t even think that I could go a day without my phone and laptop (turns out I can but that is a story for another day). The internet has made life so much easier. You can even order your tampons online now and get them delivered. There is absolutely no need for human interaction and I’m not adverse to this.

As rad as the online world might seem it also isn’t exactly the safest place. Cyber criminals are getting smarter and are using our favourite past time to make a quick buck (or 5). Scary fact: every device you use could be compromising your security online and could allow snoopers and phishers to steal your information.

Serious question – is your smartphone protected? Do you even know if it is?


Kaspersky Lab have recently launched the latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security – multi-device (2017), which is a security solution that can help you protect Windows, Mac, and Android devices against the dangers of the online world, including malware, dangerous websites, online tracking, fraud and money and data theft.

This solution is perfect for the individual who doesn’t have time getting to grips with complex security – but requires the protection of data from being intercepted during an unsafe Internet connection or the ability to patch potential “holes” in device security. This solution ensures that it easy for you to manage your security across all online platforms effectively. You also don’t need to be tech savvy to use it or figure it out. It does the work for you. Nice one!

So, as a little gift to you I’m giving away 2 Kaspersky Internet Security multi-device products.


Consider it my public service to you. It is pretty easy to enter, all you need to do is:


Match the feature with the name to stand a chance of winning.

Q: What’s the name of the security feature in the new Kaspersky Internet Security – multi-device 2017, which helps?

A: (example of how to answer: F – 8)


  1. A) to prevent tracking user’s data when connected to the Internet
  2. B) to keep applications installed updated
  3. C) connect to the Internet safely, by encrypting all data sent and received through the network.


1)    Software Updater

2)    Private Browsing

3)    Secure Connection

Drop your entries in the comments below (please be sure to input your email address so I can get hold of you, don’t worry – it is safe!). I’ll announce the winners this time next week. Good luck!

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