Monday, August 12, 2013

Kaspersky Launches Internet Security for Android Smartphones and Tablets

Protect your Android Smartphone and Tablet with latest Kaspersky Internet Security for Android against viruses, malwares, Trojans and spam.

Kaspersky Lab recently unveiled the released of Internet Security for your Android Smartphones and Tablets. You can download the FREE version that provide core features or purchase the PREMIUM version for real time protection and internet security.

As Android smartphone and tablet users grows and became affordable for as low as P3,999 or $99 in the Philippines, it is important to protect your data and privacy at all times against cybercriminals.

Cybercriminals use various types of malwares to steal personal data, automatically send text messages to premium rate numbers and spread spam. Kaspersky Internet Security for Android is one solution to combat these threats.

Kaspersky Internet Security for Android Features and System Requirements

1. Anti-Malware Protection
2. Web Protection
3. Anti-Theft Protection
4. Privacy Protection
5. Call and Text Filter

System Requirements:
1. Android 2.3 - 4.2 (Gingerbread - Jelly Bean)
2. Minimum screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels

Kaspersky two versions, FREE protection defends your smartphones and tablets against viruses, Trojans, worms, spam, spyware and more via manual scanning. It also capable of Over the Air (OTA) updates.

PREMIUM version on the other hand, automatically scans apps you downloaded from marketplace - to ensure they are not infected by viruses, worms, Trojans and other malware. It also rapidly reacts to new and emerging threats - using real-time , cloud enabled protection technology.

You can Download Kaspersky Internet Security for Android from Kaspersky Lab website or Google Play.

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