Kaspersky’s antivirus program has good malware detection rates. Its extra security features, such as parental controls, file shredding and backups, as well as a VPN and a secure browser are also a nice addition. However, the program’s UI has some learning process and isn’t easy to get around, especially when you first install it. Fortunately, the interface is user-friendly after a brief initial setup process and there are numerous customization options that allow you to personalize Kaspersky to your personal preferences. In addition the Timeline and Notification Center located at the bottom of “Home” lets you manage important functions without leaving the main screen.
The image of the company suffered a blow after it was accused in 2017 of working with the Russian government, and a few countries banned its software. Although that accusation wasn’t confirmed, the company has worked to regain its image, and launched its Global Transparency initiative so users can get more information about its source code as well as the rules for detecting threats and data collection practices.
All Kaspersky subscriptions come with real-time protection on Windows, Mac and Android devices. Certain plans also come with a dedicated antivirus www.techbars.net/data-room-for-mergers-and-acquisitions app for iOS that provides automatic scanning and on-demand scans for settings, applications, and images. Some premium plans, such as Total Security and Internet Security, include other features like an app locker to keep and display your private apps as well as parental controls.