Kaspersky scored extremely well in my antiphishing test, beating long-time phishing champ Symantec Norton Security Premium by four percentage points.
Hardly any products outperform Norton in this test; many can't even beat the phishing protection built into Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
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Sure, antivirus is the necessary minimum security protection for your computers, but upgrading to a full security suite gives you so much more.
Some of this suite's features even show up in the new Kaspersky Free.
All products in the current Kaspersky product line include an on-screen keyboard, so you can enter passwords with no chance of capture by a keylogger.
It just sits there incrementing percent complete painfully slow.
I noticed that "copying files to the target computer...." is the part that it sits at the longest.