360 Internet Security 4.3.0 brings integrated sandboxing technology

360 Internet Security 2013 is a lightweight, easy-to-use antivirus solution that ensures your PC free from trojan horses, viruses, worms, adware, and other malicious threats.

360 Internet Security 2013 utilizes a triple antivirus engine to keep your system away from the latest threats. By combining the power of the 360 checksum based cloud engine, machine learning cloud QVM engine, and award winning BitDefender local engine; 360 pushes antivirus to an unprecedented level.

360 Internet Security 2013 works proactively to alert you when suspicious programs try to access critical system resources like system settings and registries, startup programs, and system directories. Secure browsing and privacy protection are vital. 360 Internet Security 2013 keeps you away from phishing sites, blocks malicious downloads, and stops unauthorized keylogger and webcam access programs from stealing your personal information.

Key Features of  360 Internet Security 2013:

  • Detect & block viruses
  • Secure shopping, banking & social networking
  • Download and run risky programs safely
  • Block phishing websites & malicious URLs
  • Secure identity &personal data
  • Facebook & e-mail support

What's new in this version:

  • Added Sandbox. Programs running in sandbox are isolated from the system to improve security.
  • Added Trace cleaner. It will clear traces left by web browsing, documents and playing media.
  • Added Anti-spyware to Windows Action Center.
  • Other bug fixes.

Certifications
360 Internet Security 2013 is certified by accredited third-party test agencies including Virus Bulletin, West Coast Labs, AV-Comparatives, AV-TEST, OPSWAT, and ICSA Labs.

Download: 360 Internet Security 4.3.0 x32 | 183.0 MB (Freeware)
Download: 360 Internet Security 4.3.0 x64 | 189.0 MB (Freeware)
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