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Kate Middleton and Prince William to embark on royal tour of Poland and Germany

Kaspersky Mobile Security 9: a antivirus for smart phones

by Mary
March 26, 2010 at 3:31 am

Russians from Kaspersky, recognized for their security suite with the same name for PCs, announces the launching of a new version of Kaspersky Mobile Security product.

It is about a antivirus for smartphones.

The new version comes with several new features intended to increase the security of the data stored on your mobile phone.

One of these is called the Privacy Protection and allows you to create a contact group whose information will be hidden from unauthorized eyes.

In the secure group can enter contacts from both phone memory and SIM card.

Another way to protect your data is the partial hide of the information regarding a particular contact.

This way, you can hide as, for example, the list of calls made to a contact.

The hidden data can be displayed again after entering a password.

These options of full or partial concealment of information can be activated in several ways.

You can do it either manually or by programming a specific date or time, or from another phone by sending a certain SMS.

This option it’s extremely useful in case of loss or theft of the terminal.

The Kaspersky Internet Security 9 brings some improvements to old features. Anti-Theft is such a function improved by the new version.

This allows, among others, localized by GPS a phone stolen.

Kaspersky Internet Security 9 is available for Symbian OS 9.1, 9.2, 9.4 and Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0 – 6.5.

A valid license costs $ 29.95 a year.

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