How do you improve the product that won AV-Comparatives Product of the Year?
That was the happy challenge we at F-Secure faced with Internet Security 2012. Our goal couldn’t just be improved protection for your computer and online life. We also wanted to make Internet Security 2012 even faster and easier to use for you and family. And we’re proud to say that the best protection in the world…JUST GOT BETTER!
“Our antivirus test success last year was awesome,” says Mika Stahlberg, VP F-Secure Labs.”In spite of that, or rather inspired by it, we have made a large number of improvements to our security core during this year. Our internal tests show that with new technologies like DeepGuard 4 and ORSP online detections, Internet Security 2012 will be a faster product with superior detection rates compared to its predecessor.”
All online safety settings are now personalized for each user to keep virus and spyware out while stopping spam and phishing emails. The firewall hacker-proofs your Internet connection. Browsing Protection protects you whether you’re browsing the web or connecting on Facebook by blocking phishing scams and unsafe websites. Parental Controls keeps kids away from nasty web content and can lock them out before they get getting bleary-eyed from excessive screen time.
Internet Security 2011 was fast. But fast is now even faster. F-Secure’s cloud-based real-time protection delivers instant reputation data about websites and files. This is how we identify and block harmful websites and emerging threats immediately around the world.
For the first time, F-Secure Internet Security 2012 also protects you against unwanted mobile broadband bills. When you’re roaming with a computer using Windows 7, Internet Security automatically optimizes the computer’s mobile broadband use to prevent 3G mobile broadband bills from exploding.
It’s the award-winning protection millions count on, optimized for 2012. We hope you’ll let us know what you think.
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