Reviews and Problems with Trend TITANIUM MAXIMUM SECURITY
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Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2013
23 March 2013
Conclusion: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2013 takes the already feature-filled Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2013 and adds Trend Micro's password management, backup/sync, and social networking tracking tools. It's got just about everything.
Pros: Good malware cleanup, very good malware blocking. Accurate spam and phishing filters. Tests Facebook privacy. Protects user-defined confidential data. Secure file deletion. Parental control. System tuneup. Password management. Online backup. Online Guardian for tracking of social networking.
Cons: Tough to install on infested test systems. Some false positives. Very slow spam filtering. Some effect on system performance. Password manager can be awkward. Online Guardian features other than social tracking are weak.
Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security Premium Edition
17 February 2012
Conclusion: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security Premium Edition isn't so much a multi-device security subscription as a bundle of separate tools for PC, Mac, and Android. Its 50GB of shared online backup is nice, but other products offer significantly more flexbility in distribution of licenses among devices.
Pros: Includes protection for PCs, Macs, and Android devices. 50GB SafeSync backup can be used across all devices.
Cons: Licensing inflexibly limited to three PCs, three Macs, three Android devices. No online management console. No protection for non-Android mobile devices.
Conclusion: Trend Micro's 2011 suite does its protective work without hassling or slowing down the user, and its online backup system is stupendous. Weak malware removal abilities bring down its score, however.
Pros: Flexible backup and synchronization system with 10 GB of online storage. Blocks dangerous websites. Rates links in search results. Firewall blocked and identified many exploits in testing. Simple parental control. Accurate spam filter. Low impact on performance. Many security-related bonus tools.
Cons: Antivirus focuses on current threats, misses even slightly older threats. Poor phishing protection. Parental control easily hacked. Antispam works only with specific e-mail clients.
Summary: The Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2012 is priced at Rs.1,300, however it can be availed at a price of Rs.900 from their online website . It’s quite competitively priced amongst its competitors and is much cheaper than the Norton Internet Security 2012 . If you want a simple, easy to use software to protect your data from outside threats, the Titanium Maximum Security 2012 is a good buy.
Excerpt: Although, some free antivirus programs are good at detecting and cleaning viruses and Trojans, you need a good internet security suite that has additional features. Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2011 is a comprehensive suite that features parental controls, system tuning utility, data theft prevention, spam blocker, and protection against suspicious links in IM and email, in addition to an antivirus program.
Conclusion: This suite's backup and file sync feature is both powerful and flexible, vastly better than the average suite. Antispam is also great, and it offers a number of useful extras. However, its core antivirus protection rates poorly in my test and independent tests.
Pros: Simple, lightweight, easy to use. Toolbar marks dangerous links in search results and social network sites. Simple, accurate spam filter. Top-notch online backup and file sync. System tuner. File vault, secure eraser.
Cons: Antivirus scored poorly in my tests and some independent lab tests. Removal of one threat required lengthy remote-control repair session. Weak phishing protection.
Excerpt: Is Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security any good? This is the question that Internet security suite followers would like to know and we'll check it out in this Trend Micro Titanium Maximum review.
Excerpt: As anti-virus brands go, Trend Micro has been around for a while- meaning it’s a company with a fair bit of pedigree behind it when it comes to fighting the good online fight. And with this latest release, the 2012 version of Titanium Maximum Security, Trend Micro has once again delivered a product that is both easy to understand (i.e. use) and easy to install.
Pros: : Easy to use, solid protection, Mac version available
Trend Micro's Titanium Maximum Security 2012 suite has a clean, easy to use interface, and it's not overly intrusive
Good Gear Guide.au
8 December 2011
Summary: If you're after a security suite that's not overly intrusive and resource hungry, Trend Micro's Titanium Maximum Security Suite 2012 is a good choice. In addition to real-time protection, it offers data protection and even 10GB worth of cloud storage via SafeSync.
Pros: Simple interface, Easy to use, Not intrusive
Cons: Could use more in-depth data logging and reporting features, Small interface window
Excerpt: If you're looking for bang for your buck, Trend Micro throws in its reworked, cloud-based solution to the typical antivirus software from last year (which runs more efficiently) alongside simple and mostly comprehensive controls that sit neatly in one of the easiest user interfaces you'll come across.
Pros: Quick cloud scanning without the upgrading hassle; simple, attractive user interface with a handful of value-adding features; bundled with SafeSync cloud storage; runs without sapping CPU power
Cons: Lacks in some in-depth controls and customisable settings