This is a complete set of security utilities that make your PC safer, protecting it from malware, cyber attacks and online threats
|Updated||August 30 2019|
G DATA Software AG N/A N/A
|Crack Size||58.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
G DATA InternetSecurity 2014 encases a powerful suite of security modules that can arrange for a safe computing environment, keeping all known threats at bay.
It bundles an antivirus engine, combined with firewall management, antispam and parental control, providing all of the essentials that any security suite should sport in order to appeal to home users, as well as to small to medium-sized companies.
The product embeds G DATA’s patented technology, CloseGap, which is combined with a local scan engine producing a hybrid architecture that quickly fends off malware.
It differs from the traditional antivirus approach by providing a shorter time response between the moment a threat attempts to breach into your system and the availability of a virus signature that can fix the security breach.
This ensures a higher rate of detection and removal and due to the lightweight signature updates that the technology provides, the product comes across as minimally invasive, remaining computer-friendly throughout the process.
Another top feature is G Data BankGuard, which ensures that your online transactions are secure and protected, dialing down the impact of vulnerabilities on your web experience.
Other highlights include on demand and scheduled scans, firewall management, a parental control module that allows parents to control the type of content their children access, email and web protection, as well as a file shredder and an autostart manager for configuring the applications that are initiated at startup (autostart with delay is also supported).
To sum it all up, G DATA InternetSecurity 2014 has reached new levels of development, being capable of shielding home and office computers from viruses, spam and hacking attempts without taking a toll on computer performance. What stands out the most is the hybrid protection that delivers a dual security layer.
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