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The development of technology is matched in pace by the development of viruses which pose threats to the security of data. While the freedom of information online is one of the internet's greatest features, it can also open us up to new dangers and threats as we input information of our own. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 is designed specifically to reduce the threats posed by the internet and to protect the information stored on our computers.
New threats daily
Each day, 125,000 new viruses appear and the need for a piece of software which can keep up to date is apparent. The Kaspersky Security Network utilises cloud computing to share vital information with users worldwide which can contribute towards the software being aware of new threats as they emerge.
Those who buy Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 will also get Kaspersky Mobile Security, which brings Kaspersky's protection software to Android devices. This software will protect Android phones from viruses and spyware, as well as filtering unwanted calls or texts.
As well as protecting against viruses, the Kaspersky Anti-Virus software also includes anti-phishing software which is designed to make online shopping and online banking a far safer and less worrying experience. 60% of internet banking customers report to have worried about the safety of their information as it is transferred across the web.
Phishing scams allow internet criminals to gain access to key information which you input on the web - be it through internet banking or online shopping. As well as being built with the ability to recognise harmful websites whose connections are not sufficiently encrypted, the 'virtual keyboard' facility included in the anti-virus software works by allowing users to input data using mouse clicks rather than their keyboard. This prevents key loggers from recognising your input method and stealing sensitive information.
Malware from suspicious websites can corrupt files on your computer resulting in the loss of key files within your media libraries or within applications themselves. Often cyber criminals can access applications which have not recently been updated and are missing up to date fixes. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 can source the vulnerabilities in these applications and can prevent criminals from accessing and corrupting this data.
Minimal performance impact
Often anti-virus software can take its toll on your computer, hijacking large parts of your computer's access memory and having an adverse effect on the performance of your computer. Kaspersky's latest release is optimised to run efficiently, minimising the impact that the software has on the running performance of your machine. The software has also been optimised to have a minimal impact on the battery life of your laptop, allowing you to spend more time doing the things you enjoy whilst maintained a high level of security in all aspects of your computer usage.
The key to success in this latest Kaspersky release is in its ability to update and adapt to the constantly evolving threats which are posed to your PC. Via its link to Kaspersky's security databases, the software will be able to defend your computer against developing threats, ensuring your computer's safety indefinitely.
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