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Kaspersky Security Cloud

Introducing adaptive security. It adapts to your life to keep you safe.


All the best protection plus Adaptive Security

Our antivirus has been honed to perfection over the last 20 years. We’ve taken the best of it and added our adaptive security technologies to create a highly personalised solution that safeguards you – not just your devices.

Puts the focus on you, rather than just your devices

Kaspersky Security Cloud works as a single service, even if it’s installed on different devices. This is security that goes “beyond” the device – security that considers your online habits, choices and preferences to keep you safe.

Adjusts to the things you do

The service adapts to your lifestyle to give you the right security at the right time. It knows when to alert you, when to warn you and when to step in to shield you from direct threats. And because it’s always on, you get protection round the clock.

Personalised real-time security alerts

Password generation and auto log-in to websites

Flexible parental controls

Detection from data leaks from your accounts

Instant notifications of devices joining your home Wi-Fi*

How our adaptive technologies help you through your day


At home: When you want to focus on what’s important

Delivers personalised security alerts and tips on how to stay safe

Takes the stress out of browsing by killing off annoying pop-up ads

Probes your accounts for data leaks and advises you how to fix problems


On the go: When you want to get stuff done

Automatically turns on secure VPN to let you email privately*

Protects your credit card details by opening a secure browser when you buy stuff online*

Hides your private apps, calls and texts if someone picks up your Android phone


Hanging out: When all you want to do is have fun

Lets you order pizza quickly and safely by auto-filling your payment details

Rids your devices of junk so you have space to download a movie

Optimises your devices to keep them running fast and smooth


Home alone: When you want to feel completely at ease

Patrols your Wi-Fi network to help you unmask intruders*

Stops webcam spies from watching you in your bedroom*

Lets you share security with your loved ones at the touch of a button*


All the best protection plus Adaptive Security

Our antivirus has been honed to perfection over the last 20 years.

Features & details

  • The first adaptive security - senses new dangers and automatically gives you the right protection at the right time.
  • Includes powerful Anti-Virus and Firewall
  • Acts as your very own security expert
  • Helps you stay safe online - whether you are socialising, shopping, banking, streaming, emailing or downloading
  • Your private life stays private - Sensitive and private data protected by our Password Manager service across your devices.
  • Secure Connection gives you privacy via Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology
  • Helps to keep your kids safe online.
  • Lets you to grant access to other family members to keep them safe online.
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Jotek17/09/2019 09:23

... welcome in sharing data with KGB and Puttler. NO, thanks.


Its GCHQ you need to worry about sharing 'data' with! More snooping than any country in the world.
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... welcome in sharing data with KGB and Puttler. NO, thanks.
Jotek17/09/2019 09:23

... welcome in sharing data with KGB and Puttler. NO, thanks.


Its GCHQ you need to worry about sharing 'data' with! More snooping than any country in the world.
Jotek17/09/2019 09:23

... welcome in sharing data with KGB and Puttler. NO, thanks.


Welcome to sharing with CIA / hackers with others.
Jotek17/09/2019 09:23

... welcome in sharing data with KGB and Puttler. NO, thanks.






Classic Russia=Bad 'cos the BBC told me' syndrome
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 17th Sep
iceburnmarko17/09/2019 10:42

Review of the new product …Review of the new product https://uk.pcmag.com/suites-2/93168/kaspersky-security-cloud?amp=1


Link 'blocked by GCHQ!
I’m a huge advocate of Kaspersky as a business solution, find it incredibly effective and a great toolkit for update and patch management in the enterprise as well as giving me the level of full disk encryption above bit-locker that some of our contracts require.

why else would the US government and a few others had to issue the decree to remove it if it wasn’t the most effective and secure anti virus product on the market
if you make up a story around privacy it’s very easy to impose non legal sanctions in the interest of “national security”

the hindsight of no privacy breach or covert spying by Kaspersky themselves - it was the NSA agents breach of government procedures and policies that resulted in his infected home machine sending the infected zip file up for malware analysis - something all antivirus vendors tend to ask for when coming across infected machines - a simple box in the box while installing the software to aid and assist the vendor in improving the product and you generally grant them a lot...

Kaspersky security cloud at home though however crippled my home internet and my windows pcs ground virtually unusable - even the i7 with 16GB and SSD boot partition When I had a trial of The product 4 months ago.

I could have tuned it to get a better performance, however I installed it with the defaults initially and at the time their support forums for the cloud product weren’t bustling with ideas - their default were incredibly restrictive and intrusive

Took off Kaspersky’s product in less than a week and went back to bitdefender total security (which has always been perfect for my machines) I wouldn’t install the cloud product again even if it was free
Krackedupsidethehead17/09/2019 19:43

I’m a huge advocate of Kaspersky as a business solution, find it i …I’m a huge advocate of Kaspersky as a business solution, find it incredibly effective and a great toolkit for update and patch management in the enterprise as well as giving me the level of full disk encryption above bit-locker that some of our contracts require.why else would the US government and a few others had to issue the decree to remove it if it wasn’t the most effective and secure anti virus product on the marketif you make up a story around privacy it’s very easy to impose non legal sanctions in the interest of “national security”the hindsight of no privacy breach or covert spying by Kaspersky themselves - it was the NSA agents breach of government procedures and policies that resulted in his infected home machine sending the infected zip file up for malware analysis - something all antivirus vendors tend to ask for when coming across infected machines - a simple box in the box while installing the software to aid and assist the vendor in improving the product and you generally grant them a lot...Kaspersky security cloud at home though however crippled my home internet and my windows pcs ground virtually unusable - even the i7 with 16GB and SSD boot partition When I had a trial of The product 4 months ago. I could have tuned it to get a better performance, however I installed it with the defaults initially and at the time their support forums for the cloud product weren’t bustling with ideas - their default were incredibly restrictive and intrusiveTook off Kaspersky’s product in less than a week and went back to bitdefender total security (which has always been perfect for my machines) I wouldn’t install the cloud product again even if it was free


U can turn off the cloud features and have Kaspersky internet security ?
BritishDragon17/09/2019 11:20

Classic Russia=Bad 'cos the BBC told me' … Classic Russia=Bad 'cos the BBC told me' syndrome


I did live for almost 20 years in country under Russian occupation. Worked with people who left KGB to run security business. I do really know what I’m writing about base on reality not fake stories.
iceburnmarko17/09/2019 10:06

Welcome to sharing with CIA / hackers with others.


Well, you do even you do not know about. Data crawlers are everywhere, and they take as much as you allows them.
Jotek17/09/2019 23:30

I did live for almost 20 years in country under Russian occupation. Worked …I did live for almost 20 years in country under Russian occupation. Worked with people who left KGB to run security business. I do really know what I’m writing about base on reality not fake stories.


Likewise and you obviously dont since KGB does not exist anymore , when USSR collapsed, which also applies to "occupation" which was USSR state not Russia. The successor to KGB under new state is FSB. (Well successor was FSK who then became FSB) there is also SVR to name just 2.
iceburnmarko18/09/2019 03:56

Likewise...


Mostly the same people, the same silly mentality. The only change - the name.
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