360 Total Security 5.0.0.1960

360 Total Security

360 Total Security offers you complete protection against viruses and other new type of threats. When you shopping on line, downloading files, browsing webpage, 360 Total Security protect you from cybercrime at any moment. Furthermore, you can perform one-click cleanup feature to keep your PC in optimal condition.

360 Total Security key features:

  • Integrated five top award antivirus engines including 360 Cloud Engine / QVMII / Avira and Bitdefender to offer you complete protection and best detection.
  • Manage and optimize boot-up applications / plug-ins and services. Shorten your PC boot time, let it get ready soon.
  • Save disk space, cleans junk from your computer and makes it run more efficiently.
  • Protect your computer away from malware / phishing / backdoor and new type of threats via fastest and more intelligent cloud technology.

What's new in this version:

  • Added Russian Version
  • Bug Fixes

Download: 360 Total Security 5.0.0.1960 | 27.8 MB (Freeware)
View: 360 Total Security Website

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I switched to this on my families machines recently. I really like this software. The ability to run the Ariva and Bit Defender engines both is a great feature.

People pay attention. The 360 tested by AVC and other companies is the Chinese version. NOT this version. If you are running Windows 7 or 8 all you need is a good antivirus. You do not need something such as this or a full security suite.

I'm using it on my Mac, even though it doesn't appear to have all the functionality available on the PC version it still looks very good, it has trash cleaner and application removal which is a plus on Macs since many apps do not come with an uninstaller, I might try it on my Windows PC when my Norton Antivirus subscription runs out.

I read that since it's also specified in the same line, however I can't even think how something like that could work. Or why Avira or Bitdefender would give them access to their scan engine. Does it check every file hash or upload everything virustotal-style?

rcm said,
I've heard from several places around the web that scanning is very slow, is that the case??

Actually I think ti's the opposite. think the scanning is quite fast.

Always blows me away when someone's only comment is about the UI of anything.

Do you people all just set and look at the UI of everything for hours on end, or what? Who gives a crap what it looks like if it works? Especially something that is just about never opened to see it anyway!

Apparently the developers do, and they clearly think their users do, otherwise they wouldn't create these custom UIs. It's obvious you don't care about interface design, not everyone shares your opinion.

i was looking for a better alternative to avast and MSE and i find this the best, not only the rank and integrating multiple engines but the UI its clean and its really lightweight compared to other AV.

i really recommend this one for those who want near MSE memory consumption but with better protection and performance

Extremely bloated. Pack with unnecessary features. Eset Nod32 is still one of the best av's around cause it's simple.

Complains that the best free AV is bloated, then goes on to say that one of the most bloated pay-for suites is better?

Hello logic? Where art thou?

Ummmmmmmm. Think please. Start up manager? File cleaner? Facebook login? What do any of those have to do with protection? At least Avast gives you a custom installer. Eset Nod32 is a good example of a plain jane antivirus. Again is also does not work in a standard account. You can install it under an Admin account but when a standard user logs in 360 is not running. Huge bug which they refuse to fix.

Probably the best free AV there is at the moment.

Those clinging on to Avast - the free version has been doing poorly in comparative tests.

i'm slowly switching. At the moment 2 computers in my house have avast the rest have 360 total security. I have like 10 computers sooo...

warwagon said,
i'm slowly switching. At the moment 2 computers in my house have avast the rest have 360 total security. I have like 10 computers sooo...

I have 9 computers in my house and had either this or their other free AV (Total Internet Security) on 7 of them previously. I don't remember which one it was. 2 of them are Linux boxes. Only reason this thing got on 7 of them is that I hadn't tried to white list a certain folder and it wouldn't let me do it. Kept giving me some error that was impossible to bypass.

Personally,
I think AV's are a huge, bloated ripoff, which is why I would never pay for one, but I do play around with them just for the sake of trying to find the lightest, least bloated and with good detection rates for customers computers.

Currently playing with Comodos AV and haven't had an issue with anything yet and not any heavier on resources than any other AV.

Edited by cork1958, Aug 2 2014, 9:54am :

I have been using avast since v4 almost 10 years ago. I am about to let go of Avast too. It now automatically updates versions without permission, even though, for me v9.0.2008 performed better than 9.0.2021. I posted it on their forum. And strangely their forum has been down for half a day. The wiki page, which does have issues reported with someone close to them editing it; says that they have developed their product with relatively few employees - which I will give them credit for.

There has been reported problems with Qihoo on wilders security forum. I would like to try it, but I am worried about trust; although detection seems good. Avast has always had good detection for me, although some say it is declining - but what really bothers me is their products behaivoir; that's why I am changing.

I though this thing looked familiar, had to remove this and the companion browser from a system last year. Of course you would expect a much better free security solution from a China based company than this!... /s

The system I was speaking about was overrun with adware, trojans, and the lovely Conduit toolbar neatly embedded in the 360 browser. Of course it was running 360 Total Security as well.

I guess I should have ran another scan with 360 before removing it, oh well...