Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Released The new Kaspersky CRYSTAL 3.0
"Kaspersky Lab" has released an updated version of the product for home users with the highest level of protection against information threats - Kaspersky CRYSTAL 3.0.
Kaspersky CRYSTAL added enhanced protection of electronic payments, as well as cloud "Password Manager" and backup in the online store. In addition, Kaspersky CRYSTAL provides ample opportunities for data encryption, centralized management of all computers in the house with a PC, and Parental Control.
Decision Kaspersky CRYSTAL implemented the most comprehensive set of security features in products "Kaspersky Lab" for home users. One of the unique features of the product - the creation and storage of a variety resistant to cracking passwords. On average, every Internet user has five accounts, which are protected by combinations of various combinations of letters and symbols. The updated version of the module "Password Manager" allows you to keep all your accounts in one secure cloud storage, which can be accessed from any PC with Kaspersky CRYSTAL.
In Kaspersky CRYSTAL provides another unique tool - an automatic backup and restore data. The new version introduced the ability to back up their data with popular service Dropbox. Users can gain access to the backups of your files from any computer connected to the Internet.
Special attention is paid to addressing the updated privacy of user data when making any online banking. Therefore, the new Kaspersky CRYSTAL integrated special module "Secure Payment", which verifies the authenticity of all the Web sites when making online transactions. This is to protect users from entering personal information on fake resources. For even more security, this module is enabled "Data protection when entering a hardware keyboard," which eliminates the interception of personal data keyloggers while entering with a normal keyboard. The new Kaspersky CRYSTAL also added "automatic protection against exploits." This technology prevents and blocks attacks using vulnerabilities in popular programs, such as Adobe Acrobat, Java, etc.