Kaspersky® Anti-Virus Gets the Highest Mark
10 Apr 2001
Kaspersky Anti-Virus is victorious in tests conducted by the popular German computer magazine "Tomorrow."
Cambridge, UK, April 11, 2001, Kaspersky Lab, an international data-security software-development company, has been presented yet another international award, being crowned the absolute winner in tests carried out by the German computer magazine "Tomorrow."
The popular German publication "Tomorrow" (www.tomorrow.de) dedicated the main topic of its latest issue to the comparison of anti-virus scanners. Amongst the competitors that "Tomorrow" chose as the five best anti-virus products were H+BEDV, F-Secure, Symantec, McAfee, and Kaspersky Lab.
The test was conducted in three categories: program functionality, service, and virus recognition and identification. Kaspersky Lab' anti-virus product proved itself to the magazine's editors to be convincingly simple to set up, and also displayed the highest level of virus detection - all of the harmful programs introduced during the course of the test-conducted by the well-known anti-virus test center, University of Magdeburg-were detected.
The affordability and high quality of Kaspersky Anti-Virus were the determining factors in the editorial staff's choosing and recommending KL Anti-Virus as the most effective and efficient means of protecting computers against viruses. The magazine also provides step-by-step KL Anti-Virus set-up instructions.
"The fact that the German press regularly recommends Kaspersky Anti-Virus to its readers as being the best means for battling viruses is a clear attestation to the product's exclusive quality and corresponding service," commented Kaspersky Lab' CEO, Natalya Kaspersky, in regards Kaspersky Anti-Virus' victory.