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PC World, By John P. Mello Jr.
The new versions of Kaspersky Lab's antivirus and Internet security software announced Monday feature a new interface, as well as the capability to undo damage caused by malicious programs.
The new products continue Kaspersky's hybrid approach to security by combining PC software with cloud-based services, the company's Senior Director of Product Marketing Peter Beardmore explained at a Web conference announcing the latest versions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012($59.95) and Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 ($79.95), which combines antivirus protection with Web surfing safeguards.
Incorporating cloud features into the products has especially improved the speed at which the company reacts to cyber threats, Beardmore notes.
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