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Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 (3 PC, 1 Year subscriptions) (PC)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
227 customer reviews

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  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home / Professional (SP2 or above, including x64) CPU: 300Mhz RAM: 256Mb
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic and Premium / Business / Enterprise / Ultimate (x32 and x64) CPU: 800Mhz RAM: 512Mb
  • 50 MB free hard drive space
  • CD-ROM drive for installation CD
  • Internet connection for product activation
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System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001ANDJLS
  • Release Date: 2 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,084 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Product Description

Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 does not require installation of any additional software to protect your PC. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 provides the basic tools needed to protect your PC. Installation of a separate firewall and anti-spam filter is recommended.

Manufacturer's Description

Kaspersky Internet Security 2009: Next generation multi-award-winning technology for complete protection from viruses, hacker attacks and spam. Offering hourly updates, consistently high detection rates and free telephone technical support, the product includes enhanced protection, performance and reliability, a two-way firewall, parental control features and a NEW virtual keyboard for safer online banking.

Unlike Others, Kaspersky Lab Offers:
- Free Telephone Technical Support
- Free Version Upgrades
- Hourly Updates
- Consistently High Detection Rates
- Low Impact On System Resources
- Technology For Fast Performance
- Secured Virtual Keyboard

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

104 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mischief TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 July 2008
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Kaspersky Labs have gained an enviable reputation as one of the top PC security firms around - not only is their anti-virus software habitually one of the top rated AV applications, but its engine is used by several other anti-virus providers simply because it is very good. Kaspersky Internet security 2009 combines this anti-virus engine with anti-spyware, a firewall and a HIPS into a single package, aiming to give protection against not only the more common nasties out there, but also against direct attacks, phishing, spam and attacks through instant messaging.

Setting up is fairly straightforward, taking around 10 minutes to install and update, provided you have a broadband connection. The suite comes pre-configured, which is handy as virtually every part of it is configurable in some way, giving you far more in the way of options than you could think possible. Once set up, it analyses your system to work out what's running and advising you if it thinks anything is less than benign. For me the HIPS has been pretty quiet, only asking about running processes when it's been absolutely necessary; KIS has a large in-built program database so, unless you have something unusual running, I doubt that it would give you much trouble.

The on-demand combined malware scanner takes around 45 minutes to do a full scan and provides not only a full malware scan but also an analysis of your PC to highlight vulnerabilities in your system and to advise you as to what software needs updating. This feature is extremely useful, warning you of weaknesses in programs that hackers could exploit. Similarly, the real-time protection is very well featured, allowing you to customise virtually every aspect of the scanner to suit your tastes.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr Gumby TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 July 2008
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I've used a number of security suites over recent years, most recently ZoneAlarm, and would probably rate this top.

It doesn't offer anything very much out of the ordinary, but certainly seems to cover everything you might ask. Among other things, you get instant messaging protection, identity theft protection and parental controls, and all through an interface that I found very clear and logical.

One feature that IS novel (at least to me) is the virtual keyboard that you can have pop up when entering id's and passwords, to defeat key loggers.

Scans seemed fast and it always seemed light on use of processor and memory, so, overall, I'd strongly recommend Kaspersky 2009.
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107 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Bob on 4 July 2008
I own Kaspersky. I install it on every PC that I repair and it protects all of my home computers.

Why?

Because it is the best internet security suite on the market. Novice users can install it without fear, as the program defaults into an "auto mode" that will decide all the tricky questions itself, whereas power users can easily take full control of the suite and it's advanced detection techniques.

Version 2009 has a HIPS system (not the type that you shake at a party), but this HIPS system controls the applications on your computer and can intelligently decide what "safe" programs are (like microsoft word and others) and what "dangerous" programs are, and make sure that they do not have a chance to damage your computer. Virtual keyboard is useful for typing in passwords and usernames into bank logins to minimise the risk of keyloggers and antispam is accurate and has regular updates, like the virus signatures.

The scans are fast, the support is good, the detection rates are the best in it's class.

Top class product, wouldn't use anything else.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rory Mercer VINE VOICE on 25 July 2008
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I had previously been using Avast free edition for my Anti Virus. When this item appeared in Vine I decided to give it a go and have been reasonably pleased with it. It certainly does a lot more than Avast with its in-built firewall and anti-spam.

Installation was easy enough and, after reboot, most settings were configured automaticaly. This will probably help those who would rather have the system make decisions for you. This feature intrigues me, personally I prefer having control over the security rules of my system but I guess that this is better for those less computer-literate. Certainly in the more control mode you get a good number of notifications but are still supported with lots of information and recommendations along the way.

You can configure firewall rules relatively easily and the logging features are pretty in depth which is nice. You can also lock down the entire system to prevent tampering with an admin password. Though I have not tried the parental controls they look pretty advanced.

I do have some criticisms about alerts that are repeated if you tell them to skip - if a program is still trying to execute then the alert keeps showing up until you take action which can be an annoyance.

I like the GUI though, and the vulnerability scanner certainly comes in handy. It also picked up a lot of things that Avast missed so, in my opinion, it is a good step up from free providers at a reasonable price.

All considered I think I will be renewing the subscription next year and I would recommend this as a good product for you to buy.
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