Kaspersky is the best internet security suite in terms of security of the computer but this level of security is provided by consuming the computer resource more than any other internet security suites. So it is not recommended for old and slow computer. It is very good option if you are trying to install it in a virus infected computer.
First try it by installing trial version. If you like it then buy it.
- Protects against all viruses and Internet threats
- Detects new, emerging and unknown threats
- Identifies suspicious websites and phishing websites
- Delivers greater security for online shopping and banking
- Protects your privacy and your digital identity
- Keeps your children safe and responsible
- Prevents malware from exploiting vulnerabilities in your PC
- Automatic download and installation features
- Hybrid Protection – combines the power of the cloud and your PC
Proactive Detection – protects you against new, unknown malware
Intelligent Scanning and Updates – helps to minimise impact on your PC performance Improved!
Anti-Phishing – helps to protect you from digital fraud Improved!
Automatic Exploit Prevention – Prevents malware from exploiting vulnerabilities in your PC New!
Virtual Keyboard – protects by using mouse-clicks to enter personal data Improved!
Secure Keyboard – automatically initiates defences against keyloggers New!
Safe Money – adds more layers of protection for online shopping and banking New!
Two-Way Firewall – blocks hacker attacks New!
Improved Anti-Spam Module – provides even better protection against dangerous or unwanted emails Improved!
Award-Winning Parental Control – helps to keep your children safe and responsible, online Improved!
You can get detailed info here http://www.kaspersky.com/internet-security
Installing Kaspersky has been dramatically simplified over the past two years. Following on 2012’s fuss-free install, the installer for 2013 will remove conflicting security programs and any detected malware automatically.
You’re still on the hook for a reboot, but not when running only the trial. The install procedure was only three screens long, and it took under 2 minutes to complete. You can also register and purchase a license key from the program itself, no need to jump to your browser. Overall, this is one of the best installation processes for a security suite, if by best you mean, “short, fast, and painless.”
The most important of them is the exploit blocking engine called Automatic Exploit Prevention. It’s a response to the increase in the number of phishing attacks and includes an antiphishing engine — similar to the antivirus and anti-malware engines — that updates daily.
It’s hard to overstate how critical stopping exploits can be to stopping large-quantity cash thefts from online banks.
Safe Money revamps the Safe Run feature from previous years and is only in Kaspersky Internet Security 2013, not Kaspersky Anti-Virus. It basically streamlines the process of accessing banking sites securely. Simply go to your banking site, and as long as you have Kaspersky’s browser add-ons installed, it will ask you if you want to open the site in a sandboxed mode, isolated from other browser and PC processes. You can also manually add other sites to Safe Money in Kaspersky’s interface, but it’s no longer a requirement because of Safe Money’s new auto-detection. You can tell it’s running because of a thin green line around your browser window.
If you want detailed help regarding safe money then click on “Learn more ” as shown above.
You can get support and help regarding setting in Kaspersky at this link