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Friday, October 10, 2008

Kaspersky Mobile Security Full

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For all s60 and above Mobiles. Tested and Working on N95.

Kaspersky Mobile Security is a convenient and reliable solution that protects smartphones from malicious programs that target mobile platforms.

Viruses, worms and Trojans have spread beyond personal computers. With the growing popularity of smartphones and communicators (that are essentially small computers), malicious programs for mobile devices are appearing in increasing numbers and diversity.

Functions:

* On-demand scanning:
You can launch a scan of your mobile at any time. Scanning the memory of a mobile device takes several minutes at most. It is possible to focus scanning on memory cards, individual folders and files. If an infected object is detected, it is stored in the quarantine folder or deleted.

* On-access scanning All incoming or modified SMS, MMS and email items are automatically scanned for malicious programs. The product also monitors executable files arriving via Bluetooth and other connection channels.

* On-schedule scanning:
You can pre-set the best time for antivirus scanning (for example, at night). Kaspersky Anti-Virus Mobile removes any infected objects and stores suspicious objects in quarantine. You have the option of viewing reports on suspicious objects and making the final decision.

* Antispam for SMS/EMS/MMS:
Telephone numbers of spam sources can easily be added to a blacklist to ensure that such messages are always blocked. You can also add addresses from your contact list to a safe list.

* Automatic updates:
The Kaspersky Lab Virus Lab constantly updates databases on the server with new virus samples. Antivirus databases on the phone can be updated on schedule (at intervals set by the user). By default, the databases update automatically once a week. Updates are available via WAP / HTTP (GPRS, EDGE, 3G) or with the aid of a PC.




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2 comments:

Pratik said...

Please re upload the link is dead!!

Red_Devil said...

Link Updated!

Thank you for reporting, Pratik :)

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