Bitdefender Total Security 2022 Build 188.8.131.52 Crack Serial Key
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Sooner or later, many security-savvy users decide that antivirus protection alone isn’t enough, so they go seeking a security suite. Not all suites are created equal, though. Some include just enough added features (firewall, spam filter, and parental control) to merit the title, while others pack in more security components than you could imagine. Still others extend protection to all your devices, not just your desktop PCs. Bitdefender Total Security is Bitdefender’s top-level suite. It both enhances the security offered by Bitdefender Internet Security and extends its protection to all popular platforms. Bitdefender Total Security is our current Editors’ Choice winner for security mega-suites.
What Does Bitdefender Total Security Cost?
For $89.99 per year, you can install Bitdefender on five devices. Upping that to $99.99 raises the limit to 10 devices. That same $99.99 would get you just five licenses for Kaspersky Total Security, while Symantec Norton 360 Deluxe costs $104.99 per year for five suite licenses, five VPN licenses, and 50GB of hosted online storage for your backups. Bitdefender also offers a 15-license Family Pack at a list price of $119.99 per year.
This product looks almost exactly like Bitdefender Internet Security, which in turn looks almost exactly like Bitdefender Antivirus Plus. Each product features a left-rail menu with icons for Dashboard, Protection, Privacy, and Utilities. The top of the main window reflects security status and offers recommendations from the AutoPilot component. And six user-configurable button panels offer quick access to your most-used features. Naturally, this top-of-the-heap suite includes everything in the standalone antivirus.
Bitdefender holds numerous perfect scores from the independent testing labs. It scores a perfect 18 points with AV-Test Institute, for starters. In three tests I follow from AV-Comparatives, Bitdefender earns three Advanced+ scores, the maximum possible rating. It passes the tough banking defense test by MRG-Effitas and earns Level 2 certification in that lab’s 360 assessment. My algorithm that pulls together these disparate scores into a single aggregate rating puts Bitdefender at 9.9 of 10 possible points. Only AVG, also tested by three labs, does better, at 10 points.I also evaluate how well each antivirus protects a test system against downloading malware, using a feed of recent finds from MRG-Effitas. Along with four other products, Bitdefender scores 99% protection. McAfee, Norton 360 Deluxe, and Sophos eke out a perfect 100% protection.Phishing websites aim to fool naïve web surfers into giving away their login credentials, which is a lot easier than writing malware to steal those credentials. Bitdefender earned a very good 97% detection score in my hands-on antiphishing test. However, Avast One and Webroot detected 99% of the frauds, while F-Secure, McAfee, and Norton reached 100%.
Like spam filtering, parental control is a feature that not everyone wants or needs. Bitdefender’s parental control system offers all expected features. It blocks access to websites in inappropriate categories, lets parents schedule screen time and separately apply a daily cap, and locates your kids (by locating their devices). Other features include geofencing, application control, and blocking unwanted contacts. In testing, though, the content filter failed to block HTTPS pages in some popular browsers, which is a serious problem.Disk issues can include junk, temporary, and cache files. On my test system, the software found such files occupying well over half a gig of disk space. In the Registry issues category, Bitdefender reported useless or erroneous entries of several types, including help files and shared DLLs. Privacy issues turns out to refer to browser cache, cookies, and history. To be specific, it reported on Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera—but not Edge. That’s an odd oversight, given how vigorously Microsoft is pushing Edge. I clicked the big blue Optimize button to remediate all the issues.
On completion, the suite offered a detailed report in the form of a lengthy HTML document listing every single file and Registry change. Similar components in some suites let you preview the changes and exempt specific ones, while others let you roll back some or all of the changes afterward. Most users would have no idea what to look for among the hundreds of items, so Bitdefender doesn’t bother with either preview or rollback, except insofar as it lets you exempt a whole category such as Windows Junk Files or Chrome Cookies.
A desktop computer typically sits in your home or a locked office, tethered by various cables and power cords. Theft isn’t the biggest worry in that situation. However, modern laptops are so powerful that many individuals (and companies) skip the desktop altogether. It’s convenient to take your computer wherever you want, but, for a thief, it’s convenient to just take your computer.
You don’t have to do anything special to enable anti-theft on a Windows laptop. To manage this feature, you log into Bitdefender Central and dig into the device you want to protect. Buttons on the Anti-Theft page let you locate, lock, or wipe the device. The option to sound a loud alarm only appears for Android devices.
When the device connects via Wi-Fi, Bitdefender gets its location using Wi-Fi triangulation, which can be quite accurate. However, on an Ethernet connection it falls back on IP address geolocation, with much coarser accuracy. You’ll be lucky if it gives you the right city. In my case, it located the PC across town, about six miles away, in a city park. Fortunately, a stolen laptop will almost always connect via Wi-Fi.
If the thief stole your laptop while it was logged in to your account and managed to run off without letting it go into sleep mode, you could have a problem. No worries—Bitdefender can send a command to remotely lock your user account. Without your Administrator password, the thief can’t get at your data. Be sure to use a strong password to protect your account. Carrying around a computer with no password protection is foolish, but, if you do, Bitdefender can still help. You get a chance to add a password during the lock process, and this will continue to be your login password.
Total Protection for Android
To install Bitdefender Security on an Android device you can send yourself an email from Bitdefender Central. Click the link to download the app from Google Play, and you’re ready to go. You can also download the Bitdefender Central mobile app and install it from there.
Initially, Bitdefender Security leads you through a lengthy series of important settings and actions. You need to give it Device Administrator status to enable anti-theft, as well as more mundane permissions, such as access to your photos, media, and files. It recommends a full malware scan, and it invites you to enable App Lock (more about that shortly). If you let it, Bitdefender can snap a photo of someone trying to guess your lockscreen PIN.
From the Bitdefender Central console, you can locate, lock, or wipe the device, as with Windows. You can also make it sound a loud alert, handy if you’ve misplaced your phone.
New since our last review, Scam Alert watches the links in incoming text messages and flags any suspicious ones. It also checks messaging apps and other notifications for signs of shady links. When it detects trouble, it advises you to refrain from clicking the link, delete the message, and block the sender, if it’s not someone you recognize.
- Its Parental control modules allow parents to control which sites their children check out.
- Available on multiple platforms with a very great speed of operation.
- Protect files and folders from dangerous malware in a manner that is second to none.
- Helps to detect the location of mobile devices especially if those devices have it installed on them.
- These include Android, Windows, MacOS, and iOS devices.
- Installation is straightforward.
- It alerts you when you are in an area where there is a limited supply of network.
- Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 8.1, 10, and 8.
- On the hard disk, at least 1GB should be free for use. A bigger one would be preferable.
- The OS memory, i.e. RAM shouldn’t be less than 1 GB too.
- Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 8.1, 10, and 8.
- 2 GB free space on your PC’s hard disk is most preferable.
- An Intel (Core Duo) processor of 2 GB capacity or any of its equivalent is necessary.
- For any other OS other than XP, a 1.5 GB is most preferable. 1 GB is okay for XP.
- For a Web browser, any of Internet Explorer (v8 or later) or Mozilla Firefox (v14 or a later one) would be necessary.
- Microsoft’s .NET Framework v3.5 or a later one is equally needed.
How to Install?
- The official website contains a link for the trial version. Get it there.
- Once you have gotten the trial version, you can now proceed to download the crack here.
- In the crack file downloaded from step 2 above, find and extract the .rar file
Account Privacy is a mobile-specific feature that checks the email address associated with your Bitdefender account against known breaches and reports any hits. On my test device, it found a couple of breaches dating back a few years. The app advises to change the account password and then mark the warnings as solved. You can add other email accounts for checking if you wish, but you can’t go snooping other people’s email for breaches. Bitdefender won’t scan until you enter a confirmation code emailed to the selected address.
Nobody can access your phone when it’s locked with a PIN or, even better, a biometric lock. However, someone who picks it up unlocked while you’re not looking could dig into your private email or other data. App Lock lets you put additional security on Mail, Messages, Settings, or any other apps you wish. Just tap to choose the protected apps. AVG, McAfee, Panda, and Trend Micro are among the other companies that offer a similar App Lock feature for Android.
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