- Apr 16, 2020
I have been using Kaspersky anti-virus for 6 years, it seems right to review it, if you had any questions I am happy to answer.
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True, there are many 32 GB of ram, but I can assure you that it is quite light, now it is also installed on the laptop with 16 GB of the same consumption, and I think it can run safely even with 4 GB of ram even with some optimization of the settings.
I have Kaspersky Internet Security installed. on a quad-core CPU, (an outdated PC) with 4gb ddr 2, and I can say that it has no problems, if it has improved a lot in terms of resources.True, there are many 32 GB of ram, but I can assure you that it is quite light, now it is also installed on the laptop with 16 GB of the same consumption, and I think it can run safely even with 4 GB of ram even with some optimization of the settings.
I must admit that it has improved a lot compared to 2-3 years ago in terms of performance.
ps: I have all 4 banks full, 8X4 Corsair vengeance 2666ghz
Hi, how did it slow you down?Same experience. Surface Pro 3, i5, 4 gb.
I have a computer with similar specs almost every av made the system slow but it's nowadays running as a SEP managed client with application control, firewall/ anti exploit only .It did slow down my Pentium 4 core and 4GB RAM, usable, but slower than before at browsing and booting up. My experience.
I think this config is the line to a minimum good experience.
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Eugene loves a revenge.Just leaving this here .
In an effort to prove that other companies were ripping off its work, Kaspersky said it ran an experiment: It created 10 harmless files and told VirusTotal that it regarded them as malicious. VirusTotal aggregates information on suspicious files and shares them with security companies.
Within a week and a half, all 10 files were declared dangerous by as many as 14 security companies that had blindly followed Kaspersky's lead, according to a media presentation given by senior Kaspersky analyst Magnus Kalkuhl in Moscow in January 2010.
Yeah I mean it’s arguably petty compared to just making your VirusTotal engine suck (which is what Avira and others seem to do), but it doesn’t affect my decision when choosing an AV. This isn’t them compromising the protection of a customer, it is an evil prank on other AV vendors who did seem to just be copying Kaspersky detections.Eugene loves a revenge.
This is old news, they explained it on their blog too and said they really did this. By doing that they confirm Avast/AVG were stealing Kaspersky detections on VT.
Read Eugene personal blog, he is really pissed off with stealing technology and when Kaspersky comes with new things he seems like a kid playing with toys.