How Kaspersky Antivirus Works
<p>Kaspersky Anti-Virus features include real-time protection, detection and removal of viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware, adware, keyloggers malicious tools and auto-diallers, as well as detection and removal of rootkits. It also includes instantaneous automatic updates via the "Kaspersky Security Network" service. Windows users may download an Anti-Virus Rescue Disk that scans the host computer during booting inside an isolated Linux environment. In addition, Kaspersky Anti-Virus prevents itself from being disabled by malware without user permission via password access prompts upon disabling protection elements and changing internal settings. It also scans incoming instant messenger traffic, automatically disables links to known malware hosting sites while using Internet Explorer or Firefox and includes free Technical Support and free product upgrades within paid-subscription periods. Kaspersky Lab currently offers 1 year, 2 year and 3 year subscriptions.<br />
<p>Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 offers a number of new and improved features together with unique protection technologies to address the latest online threats, keeping your PC running smoothly and customize protection according to your activities, like advanced anti-malware technologies that allows installation on infected pcs, heuristics-based analysis monitors, that restricts and blocks suspicious program behaviour, and easy-access Desktop gadget for quick access to program features and settings whenever you need them.<br>
<p>Kaspersky anti-virus also include some features like, real time protection against viruses and malware, scanning of web-sites and e-mails for malicious code, protection for your digital identity and vulnerability scan and treatment advice, and some basic features like zero-day attacks and unknown threats, botnets and various illegal methods of hijacking your pc and provide protection from rootkits, bootkits and other complex threats.
on Mar 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet