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Kaspersky Mobile Secuirty v8.0.22 Beta S60v3 SymbianOS9.1 Unsigned Cracked-illusion


Kaspersky Mobile Security 8.0 is designed to ensure complex protection of mobile devices.

The product provides the following functionality to the user:

1. File system scan for viruses or other malicious programs by user's demand or according to the schedule
2. On-access anti-virus file scan
3. Opportunity to quarantine infected objects and disinfect some of them
4. Anti-virus databases update by user's demand or according to the schedule via GPRS, Wi-Fi, EDGE or ActiveSync (for Windows Mobile version)
5. Blocking unsolicited SMS messages and calls (Good Filtering Capablity)
6. Opportunity to block the user data in case the device is lost or stolen
7. Opportunity to delete user data in case the device is lost or stolen
8. Device protection against network attacks via TCP/IP
9. Opportunity to create a folder for saving files in the encrypted form
10. Opportunity to identify the phone location remotely (if the device is equipped with a GPS receiver) (Function like Guardian Platinum)
11. Opportunity to block outgoing calls and messages to the specified numbers. (Very nice)

The product has a user-friendly and intuitive interface.

The product can be installed to the main memory of the mobile device only.
Product components:

Kaspersky Mobile Security 8.0 comprises the following components:

* Anti-Virus
* Anti-Spam
* Anti-Theft
* Firewall
* Encryption
* Parental control

System requirements:

The product runs only on mobile devices that support SMS receipt and sending and work under the following operating systems:

* Symbian OS 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 Series 60 (Nokia smartphones only).

Known issues for Symbian OS version:

* Files cannot be decrypted when moved.
* The installation of applications into an encrypted folder via PC Suite is not available.
* Files become corrupted, when copied into an encrypted folder via PC Suite

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