In this K7 Antivirus review, we will examine the K7 Antivirus software and note both its good points and areas where it is deficient. We will discover what actual users think about it and round up with a brief glance at how some of the top virus certification companies have rated this software. On the whole, the product is an easy-to-use and effective software – but I’m getting ahead of myself.
Below are some of the pros of this software:
-Has a simple, intuitive user-friendly user interface
-Very light footprint (8 MB) on the user’s system (It won’t slow it down)
-Protects your system from all kinds of threats (viruses, worms, trojans, etc.)
-Has a real-time scanner (certified by Virus Bulletin)
-Powerful anti-spyware that is light on your system’s resources
-Frequent and automatic updates (that are fast and small)
-Certified by the three major antivirus certification companies
-Trial version available (so you can test it, before you decide whether or not to purchase)
-Protects against spam
Feedback from customers is overwhelmingly positive, which is rarely true, especially for antivirus software. To verify this statement yourself, simply do a search on this software at the bigger software download sites to see comments left by people who have used this software.
K7 antivirus is certified by the following antivirus software certification companies: Virus Bulletin, West Coast Labs and ICSA. Let’s look at each of these in detail.
Virus Bulletin started as a magazine dedicated to providing computer users with information about computer malware and its detection, prevention and removal. It organizes annual conferences and for many years has been providing independent and objective testing of antivirus products free of charge. Performances are reported exactly the way they are evaluated.
West Coast Labs
West Coast labs is one of the world’s leaders in the research, testing and certification of security products. They have testing facilities in India, UK and USA. Their recommendations and certifications are used by discerning brands to lead the market.
ICSA labs is an independent division of Verizon labs. It has been providing highly respected, credible and independent certification of security products for two decades. Many companies rely on ICSA to set and apply objective certification criteria for security products.
As should be obvious, the fact that the K7 Antivirus software is certified by the three reputable companies above says plenty about the effectiveness of the software. Moreover, this software is affordable, uses minimal computer resources, is frequently updated, and is found effective by almost all of the users that have expressed an opinion online about this software. You owe it to yourself to at least download the free trial to get a feel of the software, and then make an informed purchasing decision.