360 Internet Security

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

360 Internet Security 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 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 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:

  • 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
  • Sandbox -- Programs running in sandbox are isolated from the system to improve security.
  • Trace cleaner -- It will clear traces left by web browsing, documents and playing media.
  • Supports Windows 8.1

What's new in this version:

  • Added anti-phishing for IE x64 and IE11
  • Added a new theme

360 Internet Security 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 | 236.0 MB (Freeware)
View: 360 Internet Security 2013 Homepage

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So I used this for a month, and recently uninstalled it.

It's solid, it doesn't false flag a lot of stuff, it uses Bitdefender's definitions for real-time protection.

The one major drawback is, while it doesn't slow down your computer in general, whenever it wants to take action on a file, it does seem to cause the PC to hang (OC i7-2600K, 8GB 1600Mhz RAM) for a few seconds, leaving you wondering what's going on - then it's notification window appears and all continues.

The scan on demand (from right click menu) is also really, really slow to open and begin as well.

Maybe this is an issue with certain configurations (it wouldn't be the only program to behave weirdly when it's based on an ssd and has to interact with files on a separate HDD), or maybe it's a problem with it that others have experienced.

this is such a scam - on my android i cant use the damn firefox because its slower than a grandma

every other browser doesnt have adblock, thus popups appear, many of them alert me about virues and even if i try to close them, they open up google play store and its exactly on this app - 360 security

if thats their marketing strategy, they are more than pathetic

360 Internet Security is for Windows. You are talking about the Android app and that's a different product. You can't hate Adobe Photoshop just because Adobe Reader is bad and bloated.

warwagon said,
I've been currently running this on my couch computer testing it out. So far it seems really good and solid.

Check the Sandbox out as well bud (for right click option Sandbox->Settings->Advanced) , seems very solid. If you wan`t to get anything out grab it from C:\360SANDBOX\SHADOW\Users\etc\etc allthough i think you need Show Hidden F+F ticked.
Excellent AV/slight HIPS for anyone who needs a light option...