Kaspersky offers Pure protection


ANTIVIRUS maker Kaspersky said it has taken computer security software to another level with the launch of its premium cybersecurity service called Kaspersky Pure.

Billed as an integrated solution that offers complete protection against web-borne threats, Pure doesn’t only offer protection against cyberthreats as it manages passwords, backs up data and helps you keep tabs on sites your child visits.

All of the functions can be set based on the user’s preferences — Pure’s backup feature, for example, can be configured to perform scheduled data backups and lets you choose which files or folders to back up.

Parents will be happy to know that they can also easily keep tabs on the security of their home network. Pure’s parental control settings allows parents to set the amount of time their children spend online.

It also allows parents to monitor the people they chat with and the type of information they share in case they accidentally give out sensitive data such as their home address or phone number.

Users who tend to forget thier username or passwords or choose weak passwords will find Pure’s Password Manager useful.

Not only does it help you keep tabs of your passwords, it also suggests stronger passwords.

Password Manager also automatically inserts the passwords into the right fields during the login process, thus saving users time.

Pure also has a toolkit that helps finetune the security of operating systems and browsers.

It analyses those settings that are hidden or generally overlooked and prompts you to take action if any of them pose a threat to your online security.

Kaspersky Pure is available now for RM260 for a single user licence and RM330 for three user licences.

++++ www.kaspersky.com.my

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