Kaspersky Antivirus offers a powerful malware-protection application that has an impressive array of features. The exact number of features available depends on the price plan you select that can range from basic virus and malware protection to a full security suite.
The user interface for Kaspersky is simple and visually appealing, with all functions laid out in convenient tiles on the main screen. You can perform thorough or quick scans and then examine the results in a straightforward and concise way. You can also see the status of your device (e.g. If you see a green checkmark indicates that you’re protected) and see recommendations for further actions.
Kaspersky has many great features, including a data leak detector system that scans the dark web to discover personal information that is available that are available for sale (e.g. email addresses, credit card numbers, and social security numbers) as well as an analysis of weak settings that find configurations that make your device vulnerable. Keyloggers cannot monitor your movements to discover your login credentials. Another security tool is an onscreen keyboard, which prevents keyloggers tracking your physical movements. A free VPN is included with Kaspersky Internet Security subscriptions, although it’s limited to 300 MB per day.
While the software does a decent job in keeping your device secure but some users are concerned about the privacy practices of Kaspersky Lab. The company is owned by Russian security firm Eugene Kaspersky and has been accused of collusion with the government, including during the conflict in Ukraine. The scandal has damaged reputation of the company, even although it denies the allegations. Kaspersky’s Global Transparency Initiative was launched to restore trust and demonstrate its commitment to privacy and integrity.