Need antivirus? Bitdefender is world's best and has 70% off with this Black Friday deal

Bitdefender has spent the entirety of 2020 at the summit of TechRadar's best antivirus guide. In fact, it's been there for a few years now and never fails to impress us during our in-depth testing. And luckily for us, Bitdefender always goes big with impressive Black Friday deals, too.

2020 has been no exception. In fact, it's quite possibly the company's best antivirus deal we've seen yet. Bitdefender is slashing a mighty 70% off all three of its cybersecurity packages. That means you can get a whole year's worth of cover from as little as $18/£12.

Get 70% off Bitdefender for Black Friday: in the US | in the UK

And at these prices, you could go all out and get Bitdefender's all-singing all-dancing Total Security. That gives coverage of up to five devices, so you can protect your iOS or Android mobiles along with your Windows and Mac computers. It also adds in handy extra features like device optimization and a basic VPN.

You know it's a great discount, you know that it's market-leading antivirus - that just leaves you to decide what package to go with...

Bitdefender's Black Friday 2020 antivirus deals:

Why do we rank Bitdefender so highly?

There's a multitude of reasons why we rank Bitdefender as the world's best antivirus, all of paramount importance to the user.

The provider really does have all the bases covered when it comes to creating top-notch online security software. Naturally, it has powerful anti-malware and spam detection tools, but it's also incredibly easy to set up and use while having minimal impact on the performance of your devices.

Below we have listed our top five reasons for why we consider this antivirus software to be the best:

TechRadar is scouring every retailer and rounding up all the top deals over the Black Friday period, and we’ve put all the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals in easy-to-navigate articles to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

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