|Crack Size||222 MB|
KYROL Security Labs.
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
KYROL Internet Security is a user-friendly and efficient software solution designed to help you protect your system against a wide array of viruses, spyware and other forms of malware which could potentially damage your computer.
Subsequent to a fairly brief setup operation, with no noteworthy events, the program will launch and automatically start securing your computer.
When inactive, it retreats to the notification area, where it can continue to ensure the heuristic protection of your system, but otherwise not interfering with your regular activities.
For starters, it would be wise to run an analysis and detect any malware that may have already infected your PC, so as to remove it. KYROL Internet Security offers three main scan types: ‘Quick’, ‘Full’ and ‘Custom’.
The ‘Quick’ scan will only look at the most important system files and determine whether they have been afflicted by any danger. The ‘Full’ scan however, analyzes your entire computer and may prove much lengthier. As for the ‘Custom’ option, you simply need to select the folders you want to target. If an infection is encountered, you have the possibility of quarantining, cleaning or ignoring it.
Moreover, KYROL Internet Security Crack provides you with a ‘Firewall’ component with the help of which you can define forbidden categories of activities, create rules or assign time restrictions. You can also allow or block access to certain websites based in keywords.
From the ‘Settings’ section of the application, you can configure the ‘Protection’ preferences, as well as the ‘Scanner’ options. You can decide how to deal with removable drives and schedule regular scans of your PC, at user-defined intervals.
To sum it up, KYROL Internet Security is a handy and reliable utility that can successfully assist you in securing your computer by preventing it from being infected with web-contracted viruses, while also cleaning up existing threats.