What is Kaspersky Internet Security?Time: Aug. 28, 2019
Kaspersky Internet Security is not Kaspersky's most powerful security package, but a step beyond Kaspersky Anti-Virus.
Integrated antiphishing takes you away from dangerous places. Webcam protection warns you when applications try to access your camera. A private browsing feature detects and blocks tracking, a smart firewall blocks attacks to the network and Safe Money is a secure desktop browser designed to protect your personal information from web transactions.
Kaspersky Internet Security also includes VPN for secure connections, but this is only the very limited free version. You cannot select your location and the application limits it to 200 MB of data per device per day.
There are extras and minor bonuses, but they are usually very simple. For example, you get basic PC cleaning tools that are incompatible with the free CCleaner software and are not a solution for the maintenance tools that come with Avira Prime.
We begin our configuration through the Kaspersky web console called "My Kaspersky". We enter an activation key and choose an installation method.
The main console of Kaspersky for Windows is a simple initiator that shows the security status of your device and presents users with six thumbnails, each of which represents a module or functional area.
By clicking on the main console, you will directly access the Kaspersky scan window. The interface is as simple and ordinary as ever, but you know how to use it immediately: a sidebar with a list of types of analysis, a button to start an analysis and planning options and visible parameters, and that's it.
The installation of Kaspersky Internet Security is a smart firewall that controls Internet access and blocks attacks on the network, usually without disturbing it with warnings or warnings.
Kaspersky URL filtering prevents dangerous links. Kaspersky Internet Security includes the free basic version of Secure Connection VPN, with Hotspot Shield technology.
includes a spam filter, which is disabled by default. Turning on the power allowed us to understand why, because the filter seems to transmit information about each email to Kaspersky's servers to obtain a "undesirable" or "legitimate" verdict. This seemed to slow down the process of collecting new emails on our test PC, and the accuracy was not the same as that of the Bitdefender spam filter. You will probably benefit from using a special antispam tool.