Just a quick reminder …
Been a victim of computer viruses, trojans or malware already? You wouldn’t be the only one: banks, governments and big business all have been there. If you are not, chances are high you could be, if not properly protected. Computer security software creators are working very hard to catch up with the ever expanding threats of malicious attacks of cyber terrorists.
Here is the ugly truth about this epidemic of computer threats:
Computer Security has a lot of meanings
Locking your computer room and your machine, protecting your log-in accounts with passwords, using file protection to keep your data from being destroyed or encrypting network communications lines for example. The least you can do, is to get a security software for your laptop or home computer.
Emails saying you’ve already won money, pop-up ads that want you to click and claim a free prize. Online scams and viruses can not only put your computer at risk, but also your privacy, identity, and money.
Don’t rely on free programs. Sure they are better than nothing, but to be on top of the computer scams and viruses software, specialists have to work hard and when they charge just a few dollars per months, this small change is worth it.
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