Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 released.....

Essential PC Protection

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 – the backbone of your PC’s security system, offering real-time automated protection from a range of IT threats. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 provides the basic tools needed to protect your PC. Our award-winning technologies work silently in the background while you enjoy your digital life.

Kaspersky Internet Security continues to provide users with a high level of protection that includes security tools not offered by many competitors. The 2011 version won't change the face of personal computer security, although this particular package of security options and top-shelf performance has attracted enough devotees to make it a best-selling program, both in and out of the security field. A three-user license for Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 retails for $79.99. 

Features and Support:
There are several new and notable features in Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, including improvements to the sandboxing tool introduced last year called Safe Run. The updates to Safe Run allow the feature to be used on the desktop itself, protecting users systemwide. The in-app access to Safe Run includes a folder that bottlenecks files created during Safe Run, allowing them to be saved to the unsandboxed desktop but scanning them for threats before allowing them to move freely about your system.
Kaspersky is clearly proud of the product, promoting it to a more prominent spot in the navigation, and it works better than it did last year. Transitioning between sandboxed and unsandboxed states is smooth. It's been designed to resemble the Windows default remote access tool, so getting around in the feature presents a nearly flat learning curve.
The new SafeSurf option is derived in part from Safe Run. It launches Web sites in a safe environment, scanning them before they fully resolve on your computer for familiar threats. This is useful for preventing legitimate sites that have been infected from infecting you. This works parallel to the phishing-prevention feature, which takes a more aggressive stance in this year's version by looking for URL features that can often indicate a phishing attempt. The attempt won't occur in a vacuum, though, because Kaspersky will ping its home base so that the company's researchers can further analyze the threat.

Kaspersky Internet Security combines the essential security of our advanced Anti-Virus software with additional layers of defense, such as firewall and parental controls. Innovative technologies deliver real-time protection, monitor suspicious activity, and block dangerous actions before they can cause harm - all while working silently in the background.
Features include: Up-to-the-second Internet threat protection. Safe Desktop for opening suspicious programs without risk to your PC. Enhanced parental controls to limit or log activities and communications.

What's new in this version:
  • Installation on infected PC with auto-download of Support's AVP Tool
  • Installation CD can be used as a bootable Rescue Disk--Retail customers don't need to manually create a Rescue Disk, it comes ready to use out of the box.
  • Desktop Security Gadget--For quick access to your protection status and settings.
  • System Watcher-- for proactive defense against emerging threats.
  • Proactive protection against phishing
  • Safe Desktop and Safe Run for Websites...

Download it here...

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