Quick Heal Internet Security

Quick Heal Internet Security 19.00

Provides complete protection against viruses, ransomware, and other malware

Quick Heal Internet Security can protect your system from various kinds of threats, including keyloggers, ransomware, and rootkits as well as those coming as email attachments. Moreover, it includes some features intended to preserve your privacy, avoid identity theft and control Internet navigation. The program has a straightforward interface, which you will probably navigate comfortably.

To detect viruses, the tool allows running various types of scans. In this respect, it is possible to perform a full scan. However, you may also save some time by examining specific files and folders only. Not only that, it allows scanning your system’s memory to detect active threats. Luckily, you can create an exclusion list to prevent certain items to be reported as false positives. It is also great that you can schedule scans to run without your intervention. The tool can also scan USB devices automatically.

In terms of protecting your computer from infections that are transmitted via email. The tool can detect spam messages, examine email attachments and even issue alerts when an unauthorized program tries to send a message.

Fortunately, the product includes other useful features. For instance, it can block any intrusions by running a firewall service. Additionally, it can deter phishing attempts. If you have kids, you will probably be relieved to know that it can also implement parental control over Internet navigation. What is more, the tool can also revert the actions of malware by resetting browser settings.

All in all, Quick Heal Internet Security provides effective protection against ill-intentioned software. Although it cannot completely substitute other AV programs, the program can run along with them without causing any kind of interference. The product is shareware and can be tried at no cost.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • Provides protection against multiple types of threats
  • Protects against phishing
  • Detects suspicious email attachments
  • Allows scheduling scans
  • Reverts malware actions


  • Not effective against many threats
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