360 Security will ensure that nothing threatening lurks in your web or download files. It can block access from suspicious websites, check the history of your browser, keep track of how much data you use and even locate your missing phone.
The suite includes a firewall and a shredder of data, as as tools for cleaning your system on a regular basis. It is able to update drivers automatically, and has anti-tracking functions, and grants you access to tech support with a single click.
The interface of the software is user-friendly and user-friendly even though there are plenty of options and settings. The majority of settings are controlled using a large switch or button, or checkmark. This is excellent from an ergonomic perspective. The program is free and available for both Windows and Mac.
The antivirus does a decent job at protecting your computer from malware. Its real-time protection is able to detect more than 99percent of threats, and it didn’t generate any false positives during my testing. It doesn’t offer the same level of detection as top-rated products in terms of heuristics and file scanning.
360 Total Security offers a variety of additional security and maintenance features, including the VPN, which is only available in the premium version. Its heuristic engine detects malware by analyzing a program’s behavior. This could be extremely useful in cases where the threat isn’t well-known and doesn’t have a signature. It also includes an “cleanup” utility as well as other tune-up tools that aid in improving the performance of your PC.