McAfee and Zone Alarm are two well-known antivirus products on the market. They both use the latest malware detection protocols, combining signature-scanning and behavior-monitoring to find unrecognized threats. They also include a lot of additional features.
McAfee is one of the most well-known names on the market. It’s available for most major operating systems and includes an anti-phishing browser extension and a firewall. The social media guard will help keep you safe on networking platforms, and the PC tune-up works hard to remove corrupted or temporary files to increase overall speed. Unlike many other security suites, McAfee allows unlimited device coverage for each subscription, and the Security Management console lets you see, locate, and wipe all of them remotely if they’re lost or stolen. Finally, the digital file shredder increases your privacy by ensuring all removed items are completely deleted.
Zone Alarm also includes an anti-phishing extension, as well as an advanced two-way firewall that can spot common hacks attempting to bypass it. The Wireless Network Security feature will update the firewall depending on your risk factor. The software uses auto-sandboxing technology to launch files in a virtual environment in order to check for threats. It also includes an anti-keylogger and 5GB of online backup space. Zone Alarm is one of the few programs to scan during the boot stages so you can catch problems early. The “Find My Laptop” feature lets you remotely locate your device in the event it is lost or stolen.