360 Total Security 5.0.0.1977

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 malicious Website Blocking for Firefox
  • Russian Translation Adjustment
  • Virus Scan: Support new Win32Kido variants
  • Wifi Checkup: New router support (D-Link 600, D-Link 905L, LinkSyS E900)
  • Download File Scan: New downloader support (LeechGet, Lightning, Dmaster, Orbitdm, FlashGet3)

Download: 360 Total Security 5.0.0.1977 | 27.9 MB (Freeware)
View: 360 Total Security Website

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It has been working great for a week or so in my first installation. I like the light resource usage and options. With more reporting options it could be awesome.

What I didn't like is that by default, it selects prefetch and other Windows services to disable them in the Speed Up section. It's a no-no for uninformed users and can degrade performance. Speed Up and Clean Up should be improved or removed altogether as there really is no need for those.

I think I will start installing 360 TS on client computers. For a paid alternative I recommend Kaspersky Internet Security and I have it on my personal PC's and laptops.

I like 360TS but do think GTR707 has a point about the admin rights issue. If that concerns you then you might want to go with Avira or Avast.

If you have children they should not have admin rights. If you do online banking then you should not use an admin account. Any antivirus should work regardless of the windows user. Plus who needs a start up manager and a disk cleaner in an antivirus? Eset Nod32 is a good basic antivirus. As well as avast.

GTR707 said,
Eset Nod32 is a good basic antivirus.

Even as a professional antivirus, it's top notch.
Recommend it to anyone. (Y)

warwagon said,
For those who don't run in a standard account, works great.

You have a lot to learn about computers and multiple users. Any one under the age of 16 should be using a standard account. Also for security reasons its safer to user a standard rather then an admin account.

GTR707 said,

You have a lot to learn about computers and multiple users. Any one under the age of 16 should be using a standard account. Also for security reasons its safer to user a standard rather then an admin account.

Not a 17 year old?

WARNING................This product does NOT work in a standard account. Only an admin account. It is a known bug which 360 support emailed me on but refuse to fix.

GTR707 said,
WARNING................This product does NOT work in a standard account. Only an admin account. It is a known bug which 360 support emailed me on but refuse to fix.

I had the same issue. Even tried launching it through the Task Scheduler using the admin account credentials but the application did not play nice ... Uninstalled!

According to Warwagon, this is a good product. So, I am currently testing it on my dad's machine. (Yes, I have a full backup image of his drive) :)

xrobwx said,
According to Warwagon, this is a good product. So, I am currently testing it on my dad's machine. (Yes, I have a full backup image of his drive) :)

Let us know what you think.

It has been 2 weeks and he is malware/virus free so far. He is notorious for clicking whatever, and not unchecking whatever, so it should be a good real world test. Also, I installed the Bitdefender and Avira engines as well. It doesn't "seem" to slow his laptop down at all. I have not performed any actual benchmarking but plan to when i get the time. Thanks!

xrobwx said,
It has been 2 weeks and he is malware/virus free so far. He is notorious for clicking whatever, and not unchecking whatever, so it should be a good real world test. Also, I installed the Bitdefender and Avira engines as well. It doesn't "seem" to slow his laptop down at all. I have not performed any actual benchmarking but plan to when i get the time. Thanks!

in a VM I downloaded poo packs from google ads (where most people get the poo packs from) with both Avast and 360 Total Protection. 360 caught them all before I could open them. Avast missed all of them even with pups turned on.