Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Got a Platinum Self-Protection Award
Article by George Norman
On 05 Oct 2010
Anti-Malware Test Lab, a well-known and respected IT security research and information web portal, put Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 to the test and found that it offers a properly good level of self-protection. Consequently Anti-Malware Test Lab gave Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 a Platinum Self-Protection Award, Anti-Malware Test Lab's highest accolade.

To put things in perspective, the web portal put a grand total of 20 security software solutions to the test – the most popular antivirus products out there. Kaspersky’s successfully protected the Windows XP SP3 and Windows 7 operating systems it was installed on, passing all of Anti-Malware Test Lab’s and scoring 100 out of 100 points.

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Anti-Malware Test Lab tested Kaspersky’s self-protection capabilities; the web portal used utilities designed to imitate various attacks such as modifying or deleting file and registry key access permissions, modifying or removing modules/processes/code, deleting antivirus databases, deleting registry keys, modifying/unloading drivers, and terminating processes.

“Attacks that target the operating system running on a computer is a common technique cybercriminals use to access the victim's valuable information and resources”, explained Head of Marketing for Kaspersky Lab's Consumer Business Division, Dmitry Ustyuzhanin. “In view of this, in the early stages of development we paid a great deal of attention to the product's ability to protect itself against malicious code. We appreciate that our efforts and expertise have been held in such high regard by Anti-Malware Test Lab. The Platinum Self-Protection Award received by Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 provides recognition of the high level of our solutions' self-protection capabilities, and consequently, the reliability of the protection we provide to our users.”

Released back in June, Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 comes with the following new features:
  • A new Safe Surf feature that protects you from harmful or offensive websites.
  • New System Watcher technology that monitors and analyzes every system event to accurately detect any dangerous behavior. The user will be prompted to roll back any malicious program activity should a threat be detected.
  • A new desktop gadget that provides easy access to KIS 2011 features and settings.
  • All the other bits and pieces that come with Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, like real-time proactive protection, parental controls, antiphishing protection and so on, have all been improved.

If you would like to purchase Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, you can do so here.
If you would like to get a free 30-day Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, you can download it here.




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