Developer Kaspersky provides three types of anti-malware products: Anti-Virus, Internet Security and PURE, with each one providing more features than the last. Kaspersky Internet Security is the version delivering premium protection to computers against Trojans, worms, viruses, backdoors, rootkits, dialers and other kind of web-based threats.
Old Kaspersky Internet Security VersionsKaspersky Internet Security 184.108.40.2065 / 220.127.116.111 Beta Crack Kaspersky Internet Security 18.104.22.1685 / 22.214.171.1248 RC Crack
The installation process is fast and uncomplicated, as the tool automatically sets up all components and does not give users the possibility of excluding any of them.
The developer preserves the same pleasant and easy-to-navigate interface for all three av products, where all primary modules can be seamlessly accessed from the main menu via large buttons.
Kaspersky integrates multiple scan modes that can be chosen by taking into account the target: Full Scan thoroughly analyzes each part of the computer and should be used on occasion to do a complete checkup, while Quick Scan looks only in critical areas and common locations and should be used on a regular basis to keep the PC in shape. Custom Scan verifies only files, folders and drives suspected by the user, while Removable Drives Scan evaluates external disks as soon as they are plugged into the machine to rule out any dangerous or unknown items. Scan jobs can be scheduled to run regularly and without user assistance.
If unsatisfied with the default configuration, users may tweak scan settings regarding the real-time guard, security level, action on threat detection (separately for removable drives on connection), scan scope, user rights, threats and exclusions, anti-phising, self-defense, network settings, notifications, along with reports and the quarantine.
Compared to Kaspersky Anti-virus which offers only essential protection against malware, the Internet Security edition brings additional safety measures to the table. Safe Money stores financial information in a secured vault when performing online transactions, a two-way firewall is designed to block hacker attacks, while another tool prevents suspicious applications from doing any damage by investigating their behavior.
Additionally, the av utility implements a virtual keyboard to ensure data protection against stealthy keyloggers and screen capturing software when typing, a similar security module protects info when using the physical keyboard, a parental control module enables parents to oversee and restrict online access to their children by creating an "allow" schedule, an anti-spam utility weeds out malware-prone or unwanted emails, and the last security function blocks banner advertisements when surfing the web.
Our latest tests have placed Kaspersky in a top position in the antivirus software food chain, thanks to very good statistics concerning virus detection ratio and system resources consumption, along with diverse and effective extra security layers. A favorite among first-time and advanced users alike, Internet Security does not disappoint. The app can be updated offline with the help of Kaspersky Updater.
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as usual Kaspersky have released their new versions for 2017 quite early you know what that means right time for another review this is Leo and you're watching the PC security Channel this video was sponsored by graphic stock the largest unlimited library of photos images vectors and all sorts of visual content with a membership you get unlimited access to all the content on the website which is a designer's paradise all the stuff is also in high resolution and is royalty-free so it is ideal for online use by signing up using the link in the description you can download up to 140 pieces of content for free so go ahead show some love to graphics top for sponsoring the PC security channel go to graphics comm slash YouTube or click on the link in the description box below to get your exclusive 7 day free trial to graphics top so in this video we will be taking a look at Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 as you can tell from the version number first impressions the user interface is very well polished as you would expect at this stage Kaspersky is one of the veterans in the AV industry the only downside I noticed is that the animations although visually quite appealing do at a bit of time to navigation so maybe they could make the animations a bit faster and I think that would make DUI feel a bit more responsive but apart from that it is very well laid out and it's one of my favourite user interfaces so not much to complain here now talking about improvements they have improved some of their previous components but now we have webcam protection software updater and I believe there is a cleanup tool in here as well apart from the usual stuff they have added a new unit called Kaspersky secure which honestly is just a modified version of hotspot Shield what I find annoying about this is that you only get 200 megabytes along with your Kaspersky subscription and then there's this remove limitation button which redirects you to buy more stuff now I don't expect this kind of thing in a premium product so honestly it's more of an annoyance than a feature because 200 megabytes is barely anything to use so enough talk let's just load up our malware links and see if Kaspersky can continue to amaze us with it's brilliant detection ratio and your day components so let's start off with install one dot exe mod analytics this is a recent link Kaspersky blocks it with its web antivirus so let's move on to the next one Ozzy or us dot exe whatever it was intended to be here is the next link and it is finally blocked our next URL is trying to take advantage of the Olympics trend to sneak in some malware but dispersed key doesn't let that happen done dot exe more like done for dot exe not if you're running Kaspersky though because it is blocked immediately let's try out the final links once again immediately blocked now henry dot exe i know this is a really old link but i kind of found it funny that was still online so i decided to try it out anyway and it's no surprise that it's actually blocked so Kaspersky did quite well in the link test it truly isn't a huge surprise Kaspersky does have really good signatures and they have really good intelligence when it comes to finding new malicious links now we are going to disable the protection and move on to the more difficult part that is the detection ratio test so let's see what kind of detection Kaspersky can manage on some recent samples alright so here we have 1,000 malware files all of these are fairly recent I just grabbed them day ago so they should be a pretty good indicator as to how this product works when it comes to detection but before we get started I would like to change a couple scan setting since dispersed key does like to disinfect files you're going to change the action on threat detection to delete instead of disinfect that way we know that the number of files left in the folder are the number of misses I'll just show you that this is the same setting for the selective scan which is what we're going to do so here we go let's see what Kaspersky can manage a point to note is that the dispersed key scan is much slower than a lot of the other AV products and that is not necessarily a bad thing it is just because Kaspersky goes much more in-depth than other products for example another AV product might just block an entire archive because if one malware inside it but Kaspersky is going to scan inside it and try to remove that particular part of the archive that is malicious so it's more accurate but that also means that it takes more time to detect and remove stuff all right the scan and removal process is complete it says all objects just infected but that's just kis burski language if you look over here the objects were actually deleted now let's get back to our folder and see what we have left so over here we have 8 items but I'm going to make another clarification because I get this question so often not really a question sometimes it's more of an attack so people always complain that the number shown over here that is 997 does not match with the number left in the folder and that is going to happen regardless of which folder you're scanning with Kaspersky it's not because I sneaked in some malware samples or I try to delete some to get a flawed result it is just that Kaspersky Reports files differently so the things that it's reporting over here are often inside archives and things like that if you look closely over here it says malware malware this study exceed and - so it can have multiple detections for one file as you can see this dll file this executable file this dll file this dll file all of these four files are just one file inside the folder but Kaspersky reports it as for detection so that is why the numbers don't match also if you are smart enough you would have already realized this looking at this number of file scan because it says 1415 file scan well I only had 1,000 in the folder this is obvious and Chinn have been mentioned but trust me I've got a lot of comments on my previous comparison videos where people are just whining left and right that I screwed up the test because the numbers don't match and instead of doing the research they just jump the gun and say that I'm trying to rig the tests but that is not the case as you can see over here so hum that out of the way let's find out the detection ratio eight items left we had a thousand to start that translates to a detection ratio of 99 point two percent which is quite impressive considering these samples but we have seen more stunning results so now let's rien a beloved Kaspersky shields we are just going to resume protection as you can see everything is turned on including it's your day components application control firewall network attack blocker system watcher and so on everything is enabled apart from anti banner which comes disabled by the way so now let's execute these files and see if Kaspersky we can prevent them from infecting the system our first foul seems to have executed let's open up kill switch so that we can see these process in memory all right we do have malware 462 DHT running let's proceed to the next file once again it was allowed to load up by Kaspersky keep in mind though they might be restricted by application control seems like his purse key has found something yep it is a memory process and it was deleted so we're going to proceed there's an error message once again error message dispersed key is detecting some more stuff we are having this recurring pop up it's refusing to go away and Kaspersky says it has found something with behavior characteristic of malware so that is a behavioral detection the request is to disinfect and restart the system which I'm going to click on just after running the next three files still trying to disinfect this dll file just have one more file to go so we'll just run it and then we'll reboot the system mm that seems like this is some kind of illegal software but it doesn't seem to be something malicious we'll find out according to kill switch we do have plenty of processes running hopefully the restart is going to fix all of this so I'll let Kaspersky disinfect and restart the computer and I will be right back once that is done getting a lot of popups so the malware applications are still running in the background so this is more of a reactive response from Kaspersky not really a proactive response hopefully it'll still do the trick and our computer won't be totally screwed with pop-ups when we come back online after the restart now it says malware actions are being rolled back registry key values are being restored Kaspersky is really good at this they are really good at the reactive response they have really good removal procedures so hopefully it'll be able to take care of the situation but needless to say I prefer the prevention approach and I wouldn't want my computer to have so much malware running on it in the first place so again some suspicious software was detected and the startup of the application was blocked so it seems like there's a huge war going on right now between the malware and Kaspersky let's wait and see who comes out on top our system is being restarted let's wait and see if anything loads up now we have the troubleshooting wizard since we had active malware on the system so we're going to search for damage seems like some settings were modified so we're just going to restore them and now we should be done the system does seem pretty much clean let's just load up Killswitch again we do have these three processes still active on the system so that can be too nice so even though we are not seeing any pop ups we still have active malware on the system so now we're going to delete the malware folder do our second opinion scans and we'll see what they find I can't delete everything because some of these are active but I'll try to delete whatever I can and proceed all right the scanners are done and the results are quite interesting so first of all malwarebytes did not detect anything at all giving Kaspersky the clean sheet if we move to zamana we see that it Flags this malware 762 dot exe so we have one active threat however if we move to hitman pro as you can see we have all the four processes detected so all of these are active and they're detected as trojan by hitman pro so since hitman pro just uses Kaspersky and the defender engines now I'm guessing this was the defender engine so it's up to you how you want to interpret these results if we look at Kaspersky x' application control we can see that all of these processes are running as low restricted so it is possible that the malicious actions that they're trying to perform are not happening however there's no way to guarantee that ideally though I wouldn't want these processes running in memory in the first place so let me know in the comments what you think of this result by the way if you notice that Kaspersky was disabled before I just did that to speed up the second opinion scans please don't make a big deal about that so what are my final thoughts honestly I'm not very impressed considering Kaspersky is a veteran in the industry and this is a premium product I would expect more having said that you can tweak a lot of settings to improve the default level of protection in Kaspersky so maybe they should rethink factory settings of course it's going to add more false positives but I feel that the extra protection might be worth it so since a lot of you probably like us Brisky a lot and want to use it because of the advanced features that it offers maybe I will make another video later on talking about the settings that you can modify in order to get better protection but for now this is going to be at I tested it in default settings because that's how I test every other product so I hope you enjoyed this video it was quite interesting for me honestly I was not expecting these results so please let me know your thoughts in the comments below I'd be really interested to see what you guys think and like this video if you enjoyed it please subscribe to the PC security channel for more great videos consider supporting me on patreon and as always stay informed stay secure
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|Added: May 31st 2018||
User rating: 4.3
Company: Kaspersky - -
|Supported Operating System: Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit|