360 Total Security Essential

360 Total Security Essential

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triple engine antivirus program 360 Total Security Essential (formerly 360 Internet Security) is a full-featured antivirus program that is powered by three scanning engines - 360 Heuristic Engine, 360 Cloud Engine, Avira and Bit-Defender. The program offers real-time protection, secure browsing, download protection, privacy protection, webcam protection, USB protection, as well as a secure Sandbox that enables you to isolate processes from your PC environment. Other features include automatic updated, scheduled and on-demand scanning, proactive defense, network protection, privacy cleaning (cache, cookies, history etc.) and self-protection to prevent malware from tampering with your anti-virus protection. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher Qihoo (3) Price Free
Version  history Last updated Dec 18, 2018
File Size 60.2 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars40% 4
4 stars20% 2
3 stars20% 2
2 stars0% 0
1 star20% 2
Based on 10 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Was good ! 1 stars by isnap7 Apr 21, 2018 (Read all my 4 reviews)
What started as the best free antivirus suite became one of the worst now. I was using 360 for almost 3 years, at first it was on the top edge, but now it almost a bloatware, very intrusive and and slow, the scan needs a long time to start, the false positive is going crazy on anything, when installing a software you need to validate almost every registry entry, things we should not have to worry about ! The interface seems to be user friendly at some point until you find out that it became an ad panel. It was a good soft, unfortunately not any more. so i pass ! show Review details
Unfortunately on the way to being bloated 3 stars by mcr0161 Apr 24, 2016 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I have used 360 Total Security for a year or two. It was the fastest and least obstructive in my opinion. Unfortunately now it's beginning to feel like a virus itself and is well on the road to being bloated. I'm sure other readers will be oh so familiar with this if they've used anti-virus software over the years! For example, I have Auto Update turned off but, looking at the Windows Task Manager, I see that the program hogs the CPU for several minutes after booting up. I don't know what it can be doing for all that time as everything else has long since finished loading and it delays me starting work effectively. If you exit the program completely (supposedly) the Task Manager shows QHActiveDefense.exe and QHWatchdog.exe still running and ending the processes is "denied." The interface looks simple and as if it would be fast but seems sluggish. Sometimes a "quick scan" seems to take forever to cancel. I have also had a number of what seem to be false positive malware alerts. show Review details
A good program ruined 1 stars by Klatuu Dec 18, 2015 (Read all my 23 reviews)
Loved this and gave it a glowing review when it was 360 Internet Security. But this latest version, which automatically replaced 360 Internet Security Essential is horrible. Tags way too many programs that are perfectly safe as viruses, and also tags any URL's you may save to your desktop as viruses! In some cases to get these things whitelisted takes multiple steps and screen locations to actually have it whitelist! Total Security Essential is absolutely horrible. What a shame since 360 Internet Security was fast and reliable! Unless the only thing you use your PC for is to web browse and email, don't even think of using this! show Review details
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