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I attempted to connect to several phishing schemes, some designed to look like Facebook and PayPal login pages, but Kaspersky blocked me from them. And clicking on malware links online and in personal messages caused Kaspersky to stop the download and display a warning message of precisely what was blocked. If you use a search engine, like Bing or Google, Kaspersky puts a small icon beside each result that lets you know if it is safe to click through or not. Links in social media pages and posts are also tagged as safe or dangerous.
When testing Kaspersky, I used a few different Android devices, including an LG K30 smartphone, a Galaxy Grand Prime cell phone, and a Samsung Galaxy tablet. Kaspersky only used 83.76 MB of memory when installed, and none of them experienced any slowdown. While Kaspersky worked in the background, including performing deep virus scans, I was still able to open and use apps, search online, text, and talk without interruption.
This app lets you block incoming calls, though most cell phones have a way to do this on their own. But Kaspersky also filters text messages and blocks many that are spam or phishing schemes.
In 2017, accusations surfaced that Kaspersky was using its computer protection programs to gather classified information from several countries’ government workers’ office and home computers then sharing that information with the Russian government. As a result, the U.S. government ordered Kaspersky removed from all its agencies’ and workers’ computers.
I’ve read a lot of reports, articles and security blogs, and watch congressional hearings on cybersecurity. I’ve also spoken with other experts in the internet security industry, including Paul Wagenseil, who has met Eugene Kaspersky, and reviews antivirus solutions for our partner Tom’s Guide. While there have been many stories and claims that both support and disprove these allegations, the U.S. government hasn’t officially confirmed them, and “sources” prefer to remain anonymous. Further, no sanctions were ever imposed on Kaspersky.
Kaspersky has worked hard to repair its image. In 2018 it began moving all production, servers, operations and legal facilities out of Russia and into other countries, including Switzerland, Australia, Japan, and North America. Here companies are required to adhere to different regulations and are subject to third-party inspections. You can read more in this article.
There’s still a ban on government agencies and personnel using Kaspersky programs. And it makes sense to have the U.S. government secured by a locally produced program anyway. However, the same risks aren’t there for most consumers. Bottom line, unless you’re a government employee, there isn’t any reason not to use Kaspersky Internet Security on your home or mobile devices.
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