Kaspersky vs Webroot
Last updated: July 28, 2017
Kaspersky is Russian antivirus that gives customers the power to protect what matters most to them online. It creates effective digital security solutions for users worldwide, providing protection for over 400 million people and 270,000 businesses.
Webroot delivers next-generation endpoint security and threat intelligence services to protect businesses and individuals in a connected world.
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2017. Kaspersky Lab released free antivirus
Kaspersky Lab has launched a free version of its antivirus software in the U.S. with plans for a global rollout over the next four months. Like similar alternatives Kaspersky Free provides the core essentials, including email and desktop antivirus protection, the ability to quarantine infected files, as well as automated updates. The free version lacks some of the premium features users can purchase for $50 annually per device, including virtual private network (VPN), parental controls and extra protection for online financial transactions. Kaspersky claims that its free software option is light on ads, though users may be paying for the uncluttered interface by providing user data to Kaspersky.