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Knoji announced the availability of new consumer guide reviewing leading antivirus solutions: ESET, Kaspersky Lab, and Avira.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing antivirus solutions. According to this report, ESET has battery-saving and gamer modes, Kaspersky Labs offers "Virtual Keyboard" that prevents key loggers from stealing your information, and Avira offers "Website Safety Advisor" that helps focusing on the best strategy prevention. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to help consumers decide which solution is best for them and provide useful comparison between the different solutions.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"ESET has the NOD32 antivirus solution. It costs about 40 dollars a year for a license for a single computer. You can license up to 5 PCs per year for about 100 dollars. You can also get 2 year plans for a reduced rate. Additionally, there’s a 'Family Security Pack' that lets you use on 5 computers for 2 years on 3 different operating systems for a reduced rate. The ESET mobile security pack is 20 dollars for the mobile system of your choice including Symbian, Android, or Windows Mobile."
"Kaspersky Labs offers a variety of anti-virus solutions that range in price between the mobile apps that are 10 or so for the Mobile Security app, and the 'Table Security' app which is 20, to the standard Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 program which is 60 dollars. For a bit more money you can also buy something specifically for Internet Security, or one of the packages which can work for multiple devices. The standard rate is for 3 PCs for 1 year."
"Avira offers Antivirus software packages that vary between around $37 and $82 per year for 1 PC. The features offered will vary based on which software you choose. The cheapest version tends to be a little cheaper than the other anti-virus packages like ESET or Kaspersky at the same level. The 'Website Safety Advisor' helps prevent you from getting viruses and Trojans in the first place by warning you when the site you were planning on navigating to is dangerous and potentially full of threats that will download right away without your knowledge."
Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.
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