Both Bitdefender and Kaspersky offer a comprehensive suite of security features. Both offer real-time protection, scanning everything from files to websites for potential threats. Kaspersky’s cloud security is a different feature that allows it to update more quickly than its rivals. In our ransomware tests, both services identified the threat quickly and stopped its processes. Kaspersky did a slightly better job of preventing files from being restored.

Both of them include a number of other features like a password manager, secure browser and shredder for files. They also both add the virtual keyboard to guard your computer from keyloggers that are based on hardware. Bitdefender goes one step further with Safepay that is integrated into the secure browser. It prevents apps running on your system from observing your web activity and online banking.

Kaspersky provides a few additional features not available in Bitdefender which includes a Rescue Environment which can restart your hardware to fresh versions of Windows to cleanse the system of malware that has been heavily infected. This is a great tool in the event that malware has penetrated deep into your system files. Kaspersky provides a no-cost North American tech support service by telephone, email, and live chat. Additionally, it has an extensive knowledge base that includes videos and articles to answer numerous common questions.

Both suites of software provide an intuitive, easy interface to operate the program. Bitdefender has an advantage in this regard due to its cleanly organized sidebar that organizes settings into categories and makes finding specific controls simpler. It’s also less demanding on resources and was quick to recognize all of the malware samples we tested against.

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