Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012

Comprehensive protection for your computer against known and unknown threats
This program has been superseded by Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2014

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 is the latest software from the Kaspersky Lab designed to make your computer immune to almost any threats.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus uses the latest technologies in antivirus development in order to offer means of protecting against multiple types of viruses, trojans, worm threats, spam, hackers for your computer or notebook.

This anti-virus is simple to install and beginners will not have any trouble using it. The product will allow customization of security levels, schedule scans and other specific features. It restricts access to malicious websites and protects against phishing scams.

The anti-virus updates itself automatically while you are online, and provides real-time protection against the latest threats, regardless whether you are surfing the Internet, downloading files or running applications. For improved protection, you can subscribe to and take part in KSN ( Kaspersky Security Network). Your computer will send information to Kaspersky Lab about your anti-virus protection status, operating system, potential malware, errors, and files that might be a threat. All this information is collected, analyzed to spot any changes that occurred during the infection, and they eventually make the restore process easier.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 has a virtual keyboard to avoid any key loggers and keystroke recording malware that might steal your credit card or account information. Another useful feature is the game mode option, which makes it possible for the users to play games or watch movies without any interruptions.

In conclusion, this program offers a great solution to remove viruses, trojans, malware, and spyware from your personal computer and network.

Mario Procione
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Review summary


  • User friendly
  • Virtual keyboard
  • Game mode feature


  • Prompts pop up screens for every threat removal action
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