Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0 powered by the proven experts at Kaspersky Lab, comes with the latest and most dependable protection that you need to secure your PC. Kaspersky Anti-Virus is equipped with triple protection technologies against new unknown cyber threats. The three protective features include: Hourly automated updates, Initial behavior analysis, and Constant behavior analysis. So, you can surf, email, chat, and play games on your PC without worrying about the newest threats crawling through cyberspace.

Features of Kaspersky Anti-Virus

The key features Kaspersky Anti-Virus work towards securing your PC. These feature work to:

  • Prevent viruses, Trojans, and worms
  • Detect and automatically removes spyware
  • Provide real-time email, file, and web scanning
  • Stop information theft by rootkits and keyloggers
  • Recognize unauthorized system activity
  • Provide virus protection when using IM clients
  • Block pop-up ads and unwanted banners

Version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus, since being added to the site Download.com on August 1, 2007 has received nearly 100,000 hits to download, making it one of the most popular among other antivirus software. This version comes with a stronger defense against all sorts of rootkits, and restricts someone trying to hack into your computer from changing your settings. For example, it will prevent a hacker from terminating or disabling the protective software you have on your computer.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus supports Windows 9x, Windows 2000, XP, or XP64. The software can be downloaded for a 30-day free trial or liscened for year for $59.95. Compared to Norton and McAfee it's considerably faster and allows your computer to function at its optimal speed. However, on the downside it doesn't provide live chat support for customers and the price is bit on the high side. However, its email and telephone customer service is up-to-par and good.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus: User Review

Out of nearly 300 users, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0 on average got 4 bright stars out of 5.

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