Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 review

By | March 11, 2015

Kaspersky Internet Security

Kaspersky which had and incredible success with its 2014 edition is not ready to give up with its new Kaspersky Internet Security 2015. This version acts like a sweet mixture of various popular antiviruses like Eset Norton Avast and Microsoft Security Essentials.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 – overview

Kaspersky Internet Security is the only software package we have tested that doesn’t block legitimate software installation and request for an intervention at every new install. Plus, the default configuration requires very little user input.

Safe Money browser is a one of the great features provided in this version which brings extra security that protects you from multiple exploits but most importantly remote screen-grabbing.

Kaspersky can be configured to lunch and protect only very information valuable login pages like bank websites and online store’s checkout page to keep you protected. An on screen keyboard is a great idea put at your disposal to protect you from keyloggers.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 – settings

Your kids are finally safe with the most detailed parental controls we’ve seen in this domain. With features to block or allow PC use as well as internet access at specific times or days of the week, you also have an option to set up breaks for like half an hour after every hour.
Access to adult content and age inappropriate games can be blocked. It’s even possible to outlaw the use of certain keywords on web forms.

Kaspersky provides a very detail level of configuration setting and switching on and off various components as soon as needed. All these are displayed in a rather straightforward manner that’s easy to understand focusing more on the most important parts of the security tool. Reaction to detected threats are easily configured and the Gaming profile if on, will prevent you from being interrupted when watching a movie or playing a game in full screen mode.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 – resource monitoring

Kaspersky can be considered the king of security for it protects against 99% of threats in our tests, a figure that not many others can beat. The low resource used while scanning makes things even better with CPU usage staying at 35% on some dual-core system, and memory usage around 790MB to 950MB all along. The in-built resource monitor lets you keep taps on how much of what is being used in real time.

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We can’t say this is the only good security package out there because we still have Norton, Eset and Avast which are also great but, with great features and a cheap price tag Kaspersky stands way out of the box.