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Die Gewinner im Dauertest über zweieinhalb Jahre: 20 Internet-Sicherheitspakete

Die Gewinner im Dauertest über zweieinhalb Jahre: 20 Internet-Sicherheitspakete | ICT Security Tools | Scoop.it
Welche Sicherheitssuite ist die beste? Das renommierte AV-TEST-Institut hat 20 Internet-Sicherheitspakete einem Dauertest unterzogen: Nur eines schneidet mit sehr gut ab, immerhin neun weitere mit gut.

 

 

 

1. Bitdefender

2. Kaspersky

3. Symantec (Norton)

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1. Bitdefender

2. Kaspersky

3. Symantec (Norton)

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1. Bitdefender

2. Kaspersky

3. Symantec (Norton)

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Kaspersky Mobile Security Lite available for free

Kaspersky Mobile Security Lite available for free | ICT Security Tools | Scoop.it

Your smartphone is as likely to be lost or stolen as your wallet—and mobile payment systems on the horizon make the personal information on your smartphone more valuable than ever before.

 

Kaspersky Lab released a free security application to keep your contacts, email and banking information from falling into the wrong hands.

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When Your PC is Likely Infected

When Your PC is Likely Infected | ICT Security Tools | Scoop.it
Joyce V's computer is having trouble with security programs--a strong indication that her computer may be infected with malware...

 

Malware, once it has infected your PC, has a way of protecting itself. It may not want you to install a new antivirus program--or update your current one. So you need to scan your hard drive in a way that gets around the malware. The simplest way to do that is to do the scan outside of Windows.

 

Luckily, there are several bootable malware scanners. You put one of these on a CD or a flash drive, boot from that, and scan your hard drive. If they find something, they'll remove it.

I'm recommending Kaspersky Rescue Disk and the F-Secure Rescue CD, because they're both easy to use and come from companies that have done well in testing. If you're really worried, use one, then the other.

 

Gust MEES: a MUST READ on HowTo clean your PC from malware...

 

Read more:

http://www.pcworld.com/article/261061/when_your_pc_is_likely_infected.html

 

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