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ParetoLogic Internet Security - Bad or Good?
« on: March 22, 2016, 02:27:47 pm »
The average PC user is constantly facing the problem of multiple choices. In other words, the more is offered to us, the more confused we become. This is absolutely true with software products. The thing is you cannot really touch or try on a software product, so how can you know if it's good or bad? Well, that's why we have software reviews.

If you're currently in search for a new security program, consider trying ParetoLogic Internet Security. First off, ParetoLogic is a small company that started from a small family business. Today ParetoLogic is a Microsoft partner and has also collaborated with Kaspersky.

Internet Security
itself is not a bad security solution at all.

Before you consider installing it, have a look at the system requirements:

Windows 8 64-bit
2 GB Memory (RAM)
1 GHz Processor Speed

Windows 8 32-bit
1 GB Memory (RAM)
1 GHz Processor Speed

Windows 7 64-bit
2 GB Memory (RAM)
1 GHz Processor Speed

Windows 7 32-bit
1 GB Memory (RAM)
1 GHz Processor Speed

Windows XP 32-bit
Service Pack 3
256 MB Memory (RAM)
300 MHz Processor Speed

The program offers many interesting and useful features:

  • Firewall – blocks inbound and outbound online threats;
  • Active protection – stops malware from downloading onto your PC;
  • Quarantine – provides a list of threats quarantined by ParetoLogic;
  • Web Shield – blocks malicious websites;
  • Email Security – prevents malware from reaching email clients such as Outlook and Windows Mail;
  • Ignore List – lets you control folders and files that you don’t want to be scanned;
  • Lockdown Computer – let’s you shut down all network traffic in case you believe malware is transmitting information to and from your computer;
  • Anti-Rootkit Technology – prevents rootkits from gaining admin-level control over your system;
  • Automatic Scheduled Scans – let’s you create full or quick scan schedules to run daily or weekly;
  • Frequent Definition Updates – the software receives antivirus, antispyware, and antimalware databases and intrusion detection system updates to protect your machine against cyber threats.

Internet Security also offers three types of system scan - quick, full, and custom. The quick and the full scan can be scheduled.

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