July 23, 2012

History of Kaspersky Anti-Virus

A history of Kaspersky anti-virus.

Kaspersky is one of the most popular anti-virus programs for PC’s.

Wired profiles Kaspersky in detail. 
Between 2009 and 2010, according to Forbes, retail sales of Kaspersky antivirus software increased 177 percent, reaching almost 4.5 million a year—nearly as much as its rivals Symantec and McAfee combined. Worldwide, 50 million people are now members of the Kaspersky Security Network, sending data to the company’s Moscow headquarters every time they download an application to their desktop. Microsoft, Cisco, and Juniper Networks all embed Kaspersky code in their products—effectively giving the company 300 million users. When it comes to keeping computers free from infection, Kaspersky Lab is on its way to becoming an industry leader.

Meanwhile, a few simple steps to keep your PC fast and clean.

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