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Author Topic: K7 TotalSecurity 9.0  (Read 1635 times)


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K7 TotalSecurity 9.0
« on: July 01, 2009, 12:03:54 PM »
Incomedia (makers of Website X5) are running a campaign for K7 TotalSecurity 9.0. As far as I (don't?) remember  K7 is Chinese, but here it is merely called "a third party offer". The promotion email says $30 for a license, but when you arrive the homepage it shows to actually be $35 (1 User, 1 Year), which is said to (merely) be a 15% rebate. Not much, I think. For an additional $10, making it $45, you can have 3 licenses (3 Users, 1 Year), which improves on the offer. However, K7 is said to be really good, VB100 and such, which of course is why I am telling about this.



Features and Benefits of K7 TotalSecurity

The 6-in-1 Protection Suite has got the following features.

Antivirus software
Detects and deletes or quarantines any suspicious or malicious files running on your system. The Real-Time Scanner ensures that your PC is protected at all times, from any kind of potential virus threats, worms, Trojans, and other malware attacks.

Anti-Spam software
Protects your inbox from receiving "unsolicited Spam emails" which may pose a security threat to your computer. The Email Scanner has a comprehensive Anti-spam filter, which scans your incoming as well as outgoing emails for email borne viruses and malware.

Spyware and adware protection
Ensures your online privacy and security by shielding your computer from spy bots and adware’s which may obtain, record your personal and confidential information, and share it to third parties.

A Hacker intrusion detection system which monitors your incoming and outgoing traffic, and protects your computer from unauthorised traffic, when you are connected to internet. This two-way firewall not only monitors and protects your incoming traffic but also detects any unauthorised outgoing traffic which tries to access a unidenfied network.

Privacy Protection
Ensures your personal information such as credit, Debit card details, Social Security Number (SSN) and other confidential information are safeguarded. The Privacy protection also acts as a parental control through which you can restrict access to certain unwanted or unsuitable websites and prevent your children unknowingly visiting those websites.

System monitor
Monitors, Prevents and alerts you when there are any unauthorized changes being made to the computer security settings.

Key Benefits Include:

    * Easy to use, 6-in-1 computer protection with fastest scanner
    * Provides comprehensive Security without slowing down your PC
    * Automatic Updates ensures the virus signatures are up-to-date
    * Privacy Manager safeguards yours personal and confidential information
    * Friendly Technical and Customer Support

Over 9 million paid-users trust K7 TotalSecurity.

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Re: K7 TotalSecurity 9.0
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2009, 09:49:18 PM »
Hi Folks,

Reading, this does look interesting, although likely not up to the heftiness of using Online Armor with more, like Avira. Plus Spyware Blaster, Malwarebytes, etc.  Although the last two could probably integrate nicely with K7, or just about anything.

What I would do is run with just K7 on a secondary puter for a while, no other real-time stuff, to get a feel for the ups and downs. As long as they have a 30-day trial and are not known for uninstall difficulties, however that might require asking around.

There probably will be various discounts on this down the pike.

Some places say they are an Indian company, with maybe Japanese ownership or major influence, something like that.