Kaspersky PURE Total Security for your computer {review and giveaway}


Internet and computer viruses scare me.  My business runs with my computer.  And, if my computer isn’t running, then my business isn’t running.

image Recently, I was given the opportunity out Kaspersky PURE Total Security, which is on the market starting today.  You have the ability to install one license on three computers and manage them all from a single PC.  While we aren’t quite at the computer using state with our kids, this could be a huge weight off of a parent’s shoulders.

It’s pretty cool because you don’t have to be an expert to get it all working.  And, you can do all of these things from one PC.  The database is constantly up to date with the most recent threats against computers.

Kaspersky PURE Total Security delivers:

  • Award-winning protection against viruses, hackers, and more
  • Easy, central management of multiple PCs—run scans, updates and backup tasks for all PCs from one PC
  • Award-winning parental controls to keep your kids safe and responsible online
  • Unique password vault to defend your family against identity theft
  • Intuitive backup and encryption to secure treasured photos, music and financial data
  • Special clean-up tools to keep your systems running smoothly

Everything runs through your Kaspersky PURE Total Security control panel. It’s all right there.


The installation of the software was quite easy.  I did have problems (as they say you will do) with my previous internet security program.  And, instead of waiting to see what you should do, I should have uninstalled the program.  It was a little hairy for a minute as my computer would restart and then go to a black screen.  But, once I was able to get in and uninstall the other software, I was good to do.

I’ve also noticed that when the database file is updating, it does slow down the functioning of my computer (briefly, but still noticeably).

I really like the idea of storing passwords.  I have such a hard time remembering them all, this is a huge asset.

The backup and restore function is great.  You can make sure you have a backup file of all of your pictures, videos or anything else that is on your computer.  The only downside is that you need to have space (preferably off site) where you can house this backup file.

In addition, the parent controls are great.  And, you can check what’s going on with one computer from another computer.

Kaspersky PURE retails for $89.95 for a 1-year license, and can be installed on up to 3 computers.  (Check the sidebar.  There is a $20 coupon floating over there!)

Win It!

One lucky reader is going to get a one year license to Kaspersky PURE {ARV $89.95}

For your first entry:

Which feature of the Kapersky PURE program do you like best?

Extra Entries:

  • “Like” Kaspersky Lab on Facebook and leave a comment on their wall that you are entering to win a giveaway on Really, Are You Serious? (1 entry for each)
  • Follow via this blog via GFC (1 entry)
  • Tweet (once daily;1 entry per tweet; leave the url link to your tweet):
  • Enter to a one year license to @Kaspersky PURE Total Security via @SeriousKrystyn #giveaway http://bit.ly/fX5Ig1


*Winners are chosen by random, so make sure you leave individual comments, not all in one!
*Winner has 48 hours to contact me, or another winner will be chosen.
*Contest ends Wednesday, February 2nd at 9pm EST. Winner will be posted shortly after.
*Rules for each entry must be followed to be valid.

This post was written for Family Review Network & Kaspersky who provided the complimentary product for review & giveaway in exchange for my honest opinions.

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  1. These guys started out in Russia. I recently read the life story of Kaspersky family. They had 4 kids. Wife and husband started the commpany together and worked hard but they were separated after a few years.
    Anyway, their software is awesome, it always searches for new kinds of bugs outthere and updates automatically

  2. I love that they store passwords
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  3. I like the Back Up and Restore Function.

  4. I like the parental control feature.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  5. I’m sure I’m like a lot of others~Parental control feature is my favorite feature!

  6. Blog follower via GFC~Luvdaylilies

  7. I like the password storage vault

  8. I follow GFC
    Bonnie P

  9. not sure about this entry-but I would like to try the grilled Shrimp classic

  10. I like the parent controls feature! My almost 8 year old is going online a lot more now and we need to start looking at parent control features! Thanks!
    MusingsfromaSAHM at gmail dot com

  11. I like Kaspersky on Facebook & commented – Erika B

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