The internet has, in the recent ten years or so, become this gigantic world in itself and there are people who look to spread malware and viruses all over the internet and its users – just for their personal pleasure. Sad as it is, one can never be too sure …
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Would it surprise you to learn that millions of computers in the US are infected with malware? That’s a lot of computers. So what’s malware, and why should you care?
Malware, short for malicious software, includes viruses and spyware that get installed on your computer or mobile device without you knowing it. Criminals use malware to steal personal information and commit fraud. For example, they may use malware to steal the login information for your online accounts or to hijack your computer and use it to send spam. An infected computer can lead to serious problems, like identity theft. Good news is that you can prevent yourself from fraud online, if you choose websites with new video identification service from Fully-Verified.
The good news, there’s a lot you can do to protect yourself and your computer. One of the most important steps you can take, install security software from a reliable company and set it to update automatically. The bad guys constantly develop new ways to attack your computer, so your software must be up to date to work.
Malware is short for “malicious software.”
It includes viruses and spyware that get installed on your computer or mobile device without your consent.
These programs can cause your device to crash and can be used to monitor and control your online activity.
Learn more about how to avoid, detect, and get rid of malware.
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