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11/13/2012
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Max Cherney
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Visual Tour: Kaspersky Mobile Security For Android Phones

Kaspersky Mobile Security is a comprehensive package that would seem to address many -- if not all -- of consumers' smart phone security concerns. It protects Android phones with anti-virus scans, blocks of unwanted calls and text messages, and theft recovery, all for just $9.95 a year. Too bad neither we nor Kaspersky could get the anti-theft tools to work.
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Web protection -- blocking malicious websites before you open them -- is a standard feature in desktop security software. It's now extended to Android, but you're out of luck if you don't want to use the barebones Android operating system's default browser. Kaspersky's Web protection doesn't work in other mobile browsers.

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