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Antivirus Terbaik 2015

 Many disparate components must thoroughly mesh and work together well to make a security suite. Some suites are barely more than an antivirus plus firewall, while others include every feature imaginable. In the very best, all components are equally effective, but a suite that's only good at a few security tasks can still be useful—if its strong points match your needs.

There are just a few 2013 suites left, and the corresponding 2014 editions for most of those are already in my queue of products to review. Impressively, ZoneAlarm has released a 2015 product line, skipping 2014 completely. Ten suites have dropped year and version numbers entirely. To avoid confusion, we're appending "(2014)" to those product names.

But wait, you say, why should I pay for a security suite when modern Windows versions already include an antivirus and a firewall? Here's the deal. Yes, the built-in firewall does a good job hiding your computer from outside attack, but it doesn't exercise control over which programs can access your network the way third-party firewall components do. As for the built-in antivirus, its stated purpose is to make sure everyone has at least some protection, not to compete with third-party antivirus vendors. Most of the independent testing labs treat Microsoft's antivirus as a baseline; a product that can't do better than the baseline is pretty poor.

Notable Components

The chart below summarizes our findings for three dozen current security suites, boldfacing overall scores and category scores of 4.0 stars or better. It's easy to see that some products earned high scores in all or nearly all the categories, while others got just a few high scores.

Protection Suite (2014) earned low to average scores in most of our tests, but it proved quite effective at blocking malware attack on a clean system. G Data InternetSecurity 2014 likewise did its best work in the field of malware blocking.

ZoneAlarm Extreme Security 2013$44.95 at ZoneAlarm has perhaps the most complete parental control system of any suite, because its parental control component is a licensed version of the well-regarded Net Nanny. I'm holding off reviewing the 2015 version for a few weeks, giving them a chance to incorporate the very latest Net Nanny.

Protection against fraudulent (phishing) sites is a primary component of the Privacy score. Because the actual phishing sites available on a given day are different from those on any other day, I rate antiphishing tools by comparing their detection rates with Norton's. Very few products come close to Norton's accuracy, but in recent tests both Bitdefender Internet Security (2014)$49.95 at BitDefender and Kaspersky Internet Security (2014)$22.95 at Amazon beat Norton, and Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2014$49.95 at Trend Micro came close.

The chart below lists current suites, along with their prices and star rating in several security categories. Note that in a few cases the price listed for "three-pack" actually gets you more than three licenses. Click it for a full-sized image.

Our Top Choices

As you can see in the chart Norton Internet Security (2014)$79.99 at Norton earned four stars or better in every category. If you're looking for a traditional security suite, with essential features like antivirus, firewall, antispam, parental control, and phishing protection, it's a great choice, and it's one of our Editors' Choice suites. If you need local/online backup and tuneup, consider Norton 360 (2014)$79.99 at Norton, also an Editors' Choice.

Norton 360 falls into the category I call a "mega-suite" because it offers so much more than the basics. With Bitdefender Total Security (2014)$69.95 at BitDefender you get even more security components, pretty much anything you can think of. It's another Editor's Choice for mega-suite.

Looking for the smallest, lightest protection available? The installer for Editors' Choice Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete (2014)$29.99 at Webroot would fit on a 3.5" diskette (if you could fine one). Its unusual antivirus component doesn't use virus signatures; rather, it detects threats by their behavior and other characteristics. Webroot omits spam filtering and parental control, two common suite features that aren't universally needed, but adds a very flexible online backup and sync utility along with password management powered by Editors' Choice LastPass.

Modern malware is tough. If it's gotten a foothold on your PC already, it may resist your attempts to install the security software that could eliminate it. Tech support will help, of course, and many vendors will eventually escalate to remote-control diagnosis and repair of your troubles. Comodo Internet Security Complete 2013, also an Editors' Choice, makes that top-tier level support the default. Call on Comodo's GeekBuddy service for help with absolutely any PC problem, including getting the product installed on an infested system.

Make Your Choice

You won't go wrong selecting one of our Editors' Choice suites. McAfee Internet Security 2014$49.99 at Office Depot and Kaspersky Internet Security (2014)$22.95 at Amazon also proved impressive in testing. Click the links in the blurbs that follow to read our comprehensive reviews of all the current security suites.

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