Kaspersky Antivirus is a board software powerful malware protection program that boasts an impressive set of features. The features you will get depend on the package you choose. It can be anything from basic antivirus and malware protection to a comprehensive security suite.

The user interface for Kaspersky is clean and visually appealing, with all features laid out in a convenient tiles on the main screen. From there you can launch fast or full scans and check the results in a clear and concise way. You can also examine the condition of your device (e.g. A green tick indicates that you are safe) and receive recommendations for next steps.

Kaspersky has many great features which include a data leak detector system that searches the dark web to search for personal information available for sale (e.g. email addresses, credit cards numbers, and social security numbers) as well as an analysis of weak settings that find settings that can make your device vulnerable. Other security tools include an onscreen keyboard which blocks keyloggers from monitoring your physical strokes to uncover your login details and the rescue disk for disinfecting computers that have been hacked. Kaspersky Internet Security subscriptions include an unpaid VPN however, it’s limit is 300MB per day.

Kaspersky Lab’s privacy policies are a problem for some users, despite the fact that the software is effective in making sure your device is secure. The company is owned by Russian security firm Eugene Kaspersky and has been accused of working with the authorities, including during the conflict in Ukraine. The controversy has damaged the image of the company, even when it denies the allegations. To regain trust, Kaspersky has started its Global Transparency Initiative to prove that it is committed to confidentiality and independence.