Reviews and Problems with Kaspersky Lab Internet Security 2013
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6 November 2013
Pros: Real time protection, daily updates, low resource requirements
Cons: Sometimes too pricey, watch for sales, never pay retail for any anti-virus/internet protection, as with any internet/anti-virus protection, run a manual program every once in a while (Malwarebytes) to get anything that slips through. No anti-virus/internet security on the market is perfect. This one is as perfect as I have found.
Pros: Its a great company.You need any support they will help you. It works and you dont have to mess with it. It you go to a site that is iffy. Some bad script. Bam its takig care of the issue. Sure you can use a free AV. But you get what you pay for. Been using Kas for 8 years now
Cons: None really. I have not one complaint. Another sign of a great company. If a new year version is released your key will work on it so go ahead and update to the most resent version. I dont know of any other company that will do that
Issues others have could be fixed with a simple google search
15 September 2013
Pros: No problems and stops redirects flawlessly. Anyone stating that it didn't adjusted the settings. Also anyone complaining about it hindering xbox, etc. need to spend a little time with Google. I've had no issue with Xbox, Rift, etc that took more than 5-10 minutes for me to solve myself.
Pros: Easy install and removal, nice structure, practical applications, fairly quick human support.
Cons: Kaspersky's site has mixed advertisements. I read that it fully supports windows 8 so I bought it. While it supports windows 8, meaning that it functions on windows 8 OS, there are some five or six functions that are grayed out and do not function. So compared to other Kaspersky types, this one does not fully support windows 8.