Quick Heal Internet Security
Quick Heal Internet Security is designed as a security solution that protects your files and folders from viruses or other threats. It can also check emails for spam and potentially dangerous email attachments.
The antivirus component allows you to run a full computer scan or to create a custom scan in order to select the folders that need to be scanned. You can also scan the programs that are loaded in the memory or scan the computer at the first reboot in order to prevent viruses from attacking your system.
The application supports scheduled scanning and the jobs can be configured in terms of thoroughness and computer areas that should be checked. Based on exclusion lists you can lower the scan time by adding locations you want to be skipped during the verification process.
The email scanner can be used to block the attachments that are suspicious or file extensions specified by the user. You can also block all the attachments if you want to be extra careful. The program automatically detects the programs that want to send emails and prompts you for permission.
Quick Heal Internet Security also includes a firewall and protection against phishing and malware sheltering websites.
The parents can take advantage of the Parental Control feature in order to restrict the access to certain websites. You can use the predefined categories to prevent computer users from visiting gambling or offensive websites and create a list of the websites that should not be available.
The application includes additional tools that can help you prevent USB disk infections or create an emergency disk for cleaning infected computers. You can also use it to restore the original Internet Explorer settings or to clean the Internet browsing traces from multiple applications.
During a computer scan the program requires about 260 MB of memory and has very little impact on system performance.
Quick Heal Internet Security is a reliable solution that can help you control the Internet access and protect your computer from virus threats.