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Next Generation Cyber Security. Your powerful protection on the Internet.

Next Generation Cyber Security. Your powerful protection on the Internet.

G DATA Internet Security combines our strongest antivirus technologies in one solution. For the best protection while on the Internet. Without compromise.

Attacks during online banking and shopping, dubious websites, suspicious e-mails? No problem. Just keep on using the Internet and we’ll take care of the rest.

Your data is sacred to you? We can understand you well. That’s why we attach great importance to maximum data security. And ensure that your data remains yours. Guaranteed.

The connection between your bank and your computer is usually encrypted. Decryption of the data transfer takes place in your browser. Cyber criminals use banking Trojans to infiltrate this process. As soon as you carry out a transfer, the attackers manipulate the data being sent. Your money no longer goes to the intended recipient, such as an online shop, but ends up in a different account.

Of course, our virus scanner detects banking Trojans on the basis of their characteristics. If the malware already has its own signature, Internet Security renders the malware harmless while it is being downloaded. Our BankGuard technology also protects you against dangers that are still unknown. The function ensures that your browser only displays checked, genuine content.

“Our protection technology works completely signature-independent and is built right into the browser.”

While you send and receive emails

Besides the files on your hard drive and on external storage devices, our virus scanner also checks your emails for malicious content. This applies to all messages you send and receive via the email program on your computer. If the scanner finds nothing, our Anti-Spam function is also activated. The application checks the email for features that are typical of spam. These characteristics are used to calculate a value reflecting the likelihood of it being spam.

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