Kaspersky® Anti-Virus Personal - The Best Buy In Britain

17 Mar 2003
Comparative Tests


The British magazine "Computing which?" has pronounced Kaspersky® Anti-Virus Personal to be the leading anti-virus solution on the British market. "Computing which?" (www.which.net/computingwhich) is a respected magazine published by the British Consumer Association that devotes itself to researching the quality of products offered on the British IT market. The magazine publishes articles intended to aid end users in choosing all kinds of hardware and software products. The advice given by the magazine is used by a wide range of computer users, from beginners to programmers and engineers. "Computing which?" has long been a acknowledged as a valuable source of information by its readers who rely on it as a sort of buyer's guide. In its March 2003 edition the magazine reported the results of the tests it conducted in comparing the most commonly used anti-virus and firewall programs. The effectiveness of the products studied was measured by an array of criteria including, ease of use, the number of available functions, influence on overall computer performance and the ability to defeat viruses. Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal, a solution developed specifically for the defense of personal computers, turned in the best results, beating out competing ant-virus products including: Eset NOD32, Panda Antivirus Titanium and AVG 6.0 Free Edition. The final scores earned Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal high praise from the magazine's editors and was accordingly named "Best Buy" among anti-virus solutions offered on the British market. In awarding Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal the status of "Best Buy", the magazine's editors stressed, "For the ultimate in virus protection, choose Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal. It detected all the viruses, worms and Trojan horses in our tests without slowing down our computer".