Kingsoft Antivirus 2012 SP5.2

Kingsoft Antivirus 2012 is a completely free solution for detecting and cleaning trojans and viruses, and protect your computer with system defense K+ and boundary defense. It can be a standalone product, and also can be a good secondary security solution. Kingsoft Free Antivirus is based on Cloud Security technology with faster operation and lower CPU utilization. Kingsoft Antivirus provides real-time malware protection against attacks from worms, Trojans, spyware, malware and unnamed viruses, detects emerging threats and removes hidden threats from your computer quickly.

What's included in Kingsoft Antivirus 2012?

  • Malware/Antivirus scanner based on cloud engine and local engine.
  • Boundary defense: Web defense, download shield, USB defense and more, prevent malware from entering your system.
  • System Defense K+: Cloud proactive defense, stop malware execution, and any other malicious modification to your system.
  • Check system vulnerabilities which can be exploits by hackers. It also block malicious scan, remote control and other hacking activities.

What's new in this version:

  • Download Shield supports extra 2 software:
  • Download Accelerator Plus (DAP)
  • SRWare Iron Browser
  • Filter feature added to Download Shield
  • Scan complete downloaded files while download through web browser
  • Optional settings for removing downloaded Windows update patches
  • You can select delete/save Windows update pactches which have been installed
  • Upgrades for Kingsoft Vul Fix
  • Some bug fixes:
  • Enhance antivirus solutions against Macro viruses
  • Fixed display error of Cloud Defense
  • Fixed bugs of popup window
  • Fixed bug of Application Rules of Defense
  • Other minor bug fixes

Download: Kingsoft Antivirus 2012 SP5.2 | 13.1 MB (Freeware)
View: Kingsoft Antivirus Website | Release Notes

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