Kaspersky's anti-virus program gets good malware detection rates, and its extra security features (parental controls and backups, file shredding as well as a password manager and the ability to use a VPN, a secure web browser and many more) are a nice complement to many of the other top-rated products in our testing. The software's UI isn't easy to navigate, especially at first. Fortunately, the interface will become user-friendly after a brief initial setup process and there are numerous customization options that let you tailor Kaspersky to your preferences. Additionally the Timeline and Notification Center located at the bottom of "Home" lets you manage important tasks without leaving the main screen.
The reputation of the company was damaged when it was accused of collusion with the Russian government in 2017 and some governments banned its software. Although that accusation wasn't confirmed, the company has worked to rebuild its image and also launched its Global Transparency initiative so users are able to learn more about its source code, threat detection rules, and data collection processes.
All Kaspersky subscriptions come with real-time protection on Windows, Mac and Android devices. Certain plans include www.techbars.net/what-is-the-best-strength-weapon-in-dark-souls-2 a dedicated iOS antivirus app that offers automated scanning, as well as on-demand scanning of applications, settings, and photos. Some of the premium plans (Internet Security and Total Security) add other important features, such as an app locker for storing and showing your private apps and parental controls.