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Protect your computer by using two different types of Anti-virus software

Elvis Elvis

Hackers are using viruses with one goal in mind. Crackers want too turn your computer into a vegetable. Worse case scenario, hackers will gain access to your data and use it against you. e.g Steal your identity and on-sell to criminals.

Site note: If you can, make sure your regular snail or postal mail box is protected by a lock and key. Don’t let criminals steal your bank statements.

Shocked?. It’s terrible. However, this is not uncommon. Now back to your virtual self. Protect your virtual identity behind a firewall. Read more about firewalls in this article.

If you don’t have anti-virus software protecting your pc, viruses will slam down your internet pipe and infect your files, deleted them, upload them to hackers for their private viewing and spam your email contacts for life.

50% of all members who call me for technical support, don’t have anti-virus software installed, updated and ready to nuke viruses upon illegal entry to their pc. This is a tragedy.

Protect your computer by using two different types of Anti virus software

Internet viruses are commonly caught through email attachments, pop-up windows at illegal music sites installing software on your pc when you agree to the terms by clicking “Yes”, and other less frequent avenues.

This may sound over protective, but I suggest you have no less than two different anti-virus software flavors installed on your pc. Why 2?. After taking many calls, I have also experienced this first-hand, some anti-virus software which unfortunately I cannot name for fear of being sued, fails to detect and remove viruses. Even with their latest up-to-the-minute virus signature update. What can you do? However, I will name an anti-virus program I’ve used for over 9 months detecting and removing nasty viruses, worms and horses (trojan). No cost either at the time of writing this article. Go to download.com, Search for “avast. Download and install. Plenty of other free trials too in the anti-virus section.