Both suites rank in the same way in my medical tests and those executed by AV-Comparatives. They have a reputation for a high level of protection and both have excellent internet filtering, ransomware remediation and machine learning AI. The difference comes down to price and ease of use. Bitdefender KeeperSecurePasswordManager contains a more intuitive design while offering a tidier layout due to the screens. In addition, it has a helpful status golf widget that can work all the time. Kaspersky has a even more bland design with more bright white space. It’s also more expensive than Bitdefender.

Both have excellent parent control features that allow you to block applications and websites for children and collection screen time limits. They also offer a file-level encryption characteristic that lets you immediately encrypt documents or directories based upon attributes and a protected password administrator. Both in addition have a spam filtration system that helps you manage unwelcome email and a weeknesses scanner that looks for absent Windows posts, out-of-date software program or plug ins with protection holes and weak security passwords.

Both have a superb knowledge foundation and on line video tutorials to support users troubleshoot issues. Bitdefender also has an assistance team readily available via email, phone and chat. It also has an intensive community forum where you can ask questions. Kaspersky has very similar support options, but remote assistance is usually only available for high quality users.