The All New Free Antivirus Software by Kaspersky Lab

by Ellie Williams Web Designer

Kaspersky, the Russian cyber security firm, launches its free antivirus software to ensure that the internet world is absolutely secure. “We believe that every internet user has the right to be free of all online threats”, said the chairman and CEO of Kaspersky labs, Eugene Kaspersky. On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, this Russian firm announces this release via a blog post, Mr. Kaspersky said that their team has been working on this free software from one and half year, and it will be available for the customers in the next few months.

However, the free antivirus software was readily available for few countries including US, Canada, Nordic countries and more on the heels of being piloted in 2016. With this free security software from Kaspersky, you can be sure of the security of your confidential information, important data, software, applications along with safe browsing and secure online transactions.

The software will run in the background without affecting the performance of your computer system. While this antivirus software will scan your files, you can do any of the tasks on your computer system without facing any kind of interruption. According to the sources, more than 400 million users can take the advantage of this software by protecting what matters most to them. Once available, you can download and install it from the official website.

Ellie Williams, the writer here is one of the most active and devoted learner and writer. Her learning, writing on technical topics provides a better and efficient knowledge to her readers as well as our website viewers. Kaspersky Support, McAfee Support, Norton Support  and others are topics on which she worked for our website.


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