Kaspersky Internet Security technological prototype represents a new generation platform for creating applications specifically designated for complex protection of personal computers and workstations. Uniting the substantially improved functional abilities of version 5.0, Kaspersky Lab protection products with the latest technological innovations introduced by the company the Kaspersky Internet Security solution secures the most effective and complete protection of a computer from all sorts of electronic threats - malicious programs, hacker attacs and spam.
- Premium Protection—Kaspersky Internet Security delivers innovative Hybrid Protection to keep you safe from today’s complex, ever-evolving threats
- Combines our essential antivirus protection with premium Internet threat defense
- Prevents hacker attacks with best-in-class, two-way firewall
- Secures your identity while online banking and shopping
- Checks instantly for safety of files, applications and websites
- Rolls back most harmful malware activity
- Keeps your children safe and responsible with advanced parental controls
- Protects against all viruses and Internet threats:
- By combining cloud-based functionality and powerful security technologies that run on your PC, Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 delivers more effective defenses against today’s increasingly complex threats – so you’re able to enjoy the Internet, while Kas
- Detects new, emerging and unknown threats:
- The cloud-based Kaspersky Security Network gathers data from millions of participating users’ systems around the world… to help defend you from the very latest viruses and malware attacks. Potential threats are monitored and analyzed – in real-time – and
- Identifies suspicious websites and phishing websites:
- Advanced anti-phishing technologies proactively detect fraudulent URLs and use real-time information from the cloud, to help ensure you’re not tricked into disclosing your valuable data to phishing websites. Our URL Advisor also adds color-coded tags to a
- Delivers greater security for online shopping and banking
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 (Jun 30, 2010)
It's a good program with stacks of features, but has poorer malware detection than the competition.
Ignore Mrgeeks' review, as BuyCheapSoftware.com, the place he got his copy from, is in fact a distributer of pirated software and so Kaspersky was right to disable it.
Reviewing 22.214.171.1246 (Feb 24, 2010)
I don,t understand what people are saying about this software. this is the best software ever I have tried no virus gets into my computer, nor spy-ware no nothing.it is the best internet security ever existed. I have been using it for almost 4 years ,and i recommended it to everyone out there. if you haven,t still tried this software , go on and do it. you won,t be disappointed. its makes your computer runs slow, and it does not consumes the system resources in your computer.........
Reviewing 126.96.36.1996 (Jan 25, 2010)
I purchased 2009 KAV and sought to renew. Paid for renewal and was sent a non-functional file. On 1/14/10 I filed for case # and was told that I would receive response in 2 days. No response - so they re-filed the case again. Two weeks later - no response! I have requested a refund and now I am told that my refund will arrive in 2 weeks!
Reviewing 188.8.131.526 (Dec 28, 2009)
Kaspersky disables software bought from "non-authorized" vendors
Be forewarned that Kapersky has a rigid distribution system and does not support software that is not purchased from an "authorized" sales outlet such as Kapersky.com or Best Buys. There is no way of telling in advance if a website is "authorized" or not. They have only a handful of "authorized" sellers. Kaspersky will disable your purchase if they don't like who you bought it from.
For example, BuyCheapSoftware.com sells manufacturer software that has been trans-shipped back to the U.S. from overseas distributors -- where software is often sold much cheaper.
This can result in your software being disabled.
A case in point: Kaspersky Antivirus 2010, which I bought in late '09 from BuyCheapSoftware.com.
Kaspersky's internet-based reg code authorization system is capable of detecting trans-shipped software. It will register your software initially, but will disable itself later (Kaspersky apparently runs occasional checks of IP's against the region of the registration code).
When Kaspersky disables your software, they will not tell you why-- it will say that you have "exceeded the number of authorized installations" and disable the program.
Kaspersky claimed I bought "illegal software" and refused to honor my purchase I was confused by their assertion, and did some sleuthing to isolate the source of the problem. I figured out that my software was burned in Malaysia by Kapersky's Singapore distributor (antivirus365.net) for the Asian market. antivirus365.net is an authorized Kaspersky distributor for several Asian countries, and they are apparently trans-shipping software to the U.S. at lower prices.
Legally speaking -- Kaspersky's internal distribution problems do not make my software "illegal", nor does it entitle them to disable software. But that is what Kaspersky does. I raised hell with Kaspersky and escalated to higher management twice before they gave me a new reg code.
Secondly, while Kaspersky is great software, I cannot recommend it because there is no access to human support on their website and you have to do a lot of sleuthing to get to a human being. They have tech support phone numbers published that only send you to sales, who won't do anything. Their customer care email responses are horrendous-- they just send you copies of boilerplate from their website. In my case the response wasn't even related to the version of Antivirus that I reported the problem on.
Reviewing 184.108.40.2066 (Mar 27, 2009)
Forces uninstalling Spybot!!!! Intolerable!!!!
How is the security level of Kaspersky??