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If Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 is installed on your computer and you would like to upgrade to Kaspersky Internet Security 2010, you should do the following: Download the product distributive version 2010 from the Kaspersky Lab’s official site http://www.kaspersky.com/productupdates Run the downloaded file Follow the instructions of the Setup Wizard Restart your computer. When version 2010 is installed “on top” of version 2009 the following data are automatically saved and relocated to the new version: Activation information Anti-Spam databases.


Summary
Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 – the all-in-one security solution that offers a worry-free computing environment for you and your family. Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 has everything you need for a safe and secure Internet experience.

Description
Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 does not require installation of any additional software to protect your PC. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 provides the basic tools needed to protect your PC. Installation of a separate firewall and anti-spam filter is recommended.

Protects from viruses, Trojans and worms
Blocks spyware and adware
Scans files in real time (on access) and on demand
Scans email messages (regardless of email client)
Scans Internet traffic (regardless of browser)
Protects instant messengers (ICQ, MSN)
Scans Java and Visual Basic scripts
Two-way personal firewall
Safe Wi-Fi and VPN connections
Intelligent application management and control
Intrusion prevention system
Scans operating system and installed applications for vulnerabilities
The program can be installed on infected computers
Disables links to fake (phishing) websites
Parental control
Automatic configuration during installation

Network Standards Firewall Filtering Protects from viruses, Trojans and worms • Blocks spyware and adware • Scans files in real time (on access) and on demand • Scans email messages (regardless of email client) • Scans Internet traffic (regardless of browser) • Protects instant messengers (ICQ, MSN) • Provides proactive protection from unknown threats • Scans Java and Visual Basic scripts • Two-way personal firewall Security Disables links to fake (phishing) websites • Blocks all types of keyloggers • Virtual keyboard is provided for safely entering logins and passwords • Prevents the theft of data exchanged via secure connections (HTTPS / SSL) • Blocks unauthorized dial-up connections • Cleans up any traces of user activity (deletes temporary files, cookies etc.) Protection Anti-Spyware Yes System Requirements Minimum Processor Requirements Intel Pentium 300 MHz or higher (or equivalent for XP OS) • Intel Pentium 800 MHz 32 bit (x86) / 64 bit (x64) or higher (or equivalent for Vista OS) Minimum Memory Requirements 256 MB available RAM (for XP OS) • 512 MB available RAM (for Vista OS) MB Minimum Storage Requirements 50 MB Operating System Requirements Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2) • Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2) • Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (32/64 Bit) • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32/64 Bit) • Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32/64 Bit) • Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32/64 Bit) • Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32/64 Bit) Media Requirement CD-ROM (for installation of the program from CD) Peripherals Computer Mouse Miscellaneous Requires Internet connection (for product activation) Technical Notes Requires: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher (for downloading updates) • Microsoft Windows Installer 2.0 Licensing Subscription Period (Years) 1 Year Version 2009 User Licences 1 Physical Form Factor Security Software Protection Anti-Phishing Yes Two-Way Firewall Yes Intrusion Detection/Protection Yes Anti-Spam Yes
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#1
if anyone can find a pic please post it thanks and thought this was a good deal for this great antivirus
#2
Not much better as Microsoft security essentials which is free,and Kaspersky is free for Barclays online customers.

Edited By: Rimi on Jul 30, 2010 19:51: :)
#3
Rimi
Not much better as Microsoft security essentials which is free,and Kaspersky is free for Barclays online customers.


But hot! deal for those who dont have it :D
#4
The serial number that comes with Kasperky 2009 also works with latest Kaspersky 2011, just released!
#5
got this in the works the other day , 5.99 for 5 users.( £1.20 a pc)
#6
i can never find this in Works. tried Newcastle, Metro Centre and Sunderland
#7
Has anyone bought an old licence like this and stored it ready for when the old one expires?
I have got 8 months to run on the current one.
I suppose it depends how long they support it for with this being the last it could be end of lined and not activate in 8 months time.

KIS is alot more configurable than MS essentials.
KIS also updates every hour while MS you need to manually update and they only release updates daily.

Martin
#8
trott3r
Has anyone bought an old licence like this and stored it ready for when the old one expires? I have got 8 months to run on the current one . I suppose it depends how long they support it for with this being the last it could be end of lined and not activate in 8 months time. KIS is alot more configurable than MS essentials. KIS also updates every hour while MS you need to manually update and they only release updates daily. Martin

The question really is: Do you need an hourly update and the other configurations? While the anti-virus part of KIS is ok, I would get a better firewall.
#9
pet2000
trott3r
Has anyone bought an old licence like this and stored it ready for when the old one expires? I have got 8 months to run on the current one . I suppose it depends how long they support it for with this being the last it could be end of lined and not activate in 8 months time. KIS is alot more configurable than MS essentials. KIS also updates every hour while MS you need to manually update and they only release updates daily. Martin

The question really is: Do you need an hourly update and the other configurations? While the anti-virus part of KIS is ok, I would get a better firewall.


I did I got outpost 7 pro :)

It works fine with with kis7 and some modules turned off in kis

Martin
#10
I know everyone beats on Norton but the only time I let my NIS sub lapse and instead installed this pos I ended up with some virus/rootkit thing that rerouted my searches to bs websites and put a snake icon in the toolbar as it was doing it. Only formatting my hdd and reinstalling windows got rid of it. I know my experience with the product is extremely negative and also limited (it was installed for 5 days) but I can't recommend this to anyone sorry.
#11
The latest version is 2011. I'm still on 2009 license with 3 days to go. I am able to run 2011 on it. I'm not sure whether you can run 2011 on this copy though...
#12
twodoctors
The latest version is 2011. I'm still on 2009 license with 3 days to go. I am able to run 2011 on it. I'm not sure whether you can run 2011 on this copy though...


You can as my current licence is for 2009 and i run 2011 on vista

martin
#13
A word of warning: The free upgrade to the 2010 version was great, but there's a major flaw in the latest 2011 upgrade. Some computers running XP can have all their USB ports "switched off" immediately after installation. Try fixing that one if you only have usb ports for your mouse and keyboard! There's quite a lot about this on Kaspersky's forum at the moment, but so far no working solution (if all your ports are wiped out). Luckily I'd just done a full back up the day before, but even that meant a full XP reinstall first just to get Windows to recognise my input devices. You might get lucky, but it's probably best to wait till they've sorted this out.

BTW, I also upgraded to the 2011 version on a Win7 pc. Works great and seems lighter on resources than some previous editions too.

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