Computer Software Protection

This article focuses on ways to protect your computer from malicious software that is currently widespread in social networks. So here we go: 1. Protection, protection, and again! No anti-virus and protection against malicious software, users of social networks can become victims of constant malware attacks. There are many programs available, such as Avast, AVG, Norton, Kaspersky, Symatec, etc. 2. Carefully link! One of the most common ways a hacker to infect your computer you slip malicious link.

These links are often published by you on the wall in the tweeter Facebooke or Contact. Once you click on it throws you to a site that automatically download a virus on your computer. This malware is installed on your computer and can cause very serious damage. So do not think that link came from your friend's "safe." Well Think before you click on this link: how could your friend send you this? Do not click unless you are sure that it is safe, just ask your friend. 3. Stay informed! Always use the latest version of the browser the latest patches. If you you use Internet Explorer, you must be the eighth version, since IE browser is the best defensive player on the Internet.

Firefox in second place, because it has a built-in auto-update, the same applies to Google Chrome, which also has some built-in security system. 4. Clean your Windows! If you are using Windows, make sure your system is obnavlena. 5. Reader and Flash! Adobe Reader and Flash are the most attacked program. All system software have their flaws and malware them successfully uses. The most common way to redirect you to a site with malware, which asks you to download a new version of Flash Player and Adobe Reader to view the site. Never do. Always shake your program site of the manufacturer, in this case Adobe. So you just be safe. 6. Attack of the Mac! You are using a Mac? Do not think that you are one of security. Yes, Mac less prone to virus attacks, but also not immune to malware. Yes, they have a smart advertising security systems. Yes, Apple has its own system of protection against malicious software, but it is not enough. Hundreds of trojans that are specifically designed to defeat Mac software. The most common Trojan is designed specifically for the Mac Systems DNS Changer Trojan. You should think about protecting him. 7. The virus is in the mail! Mail you receive from social networks does not always come with these sites. Some addresses may be "mystified" by hackers. Never open attachments that you did not expect and do not click on links. If you still clicked on a link and you are asked to log in, DO NOT DO THIS! You give your password to hackers and the damage could become catastrophic. Welcome to website social networks by imprinting the address into your browser, or at least, would save the site in their bookmarks. Keep all of this information, you can protect yourself and your computer from malicious programs that are currently prevalent in interete. And remember that the references at the end of which is the extension "exe" or clearly reduced links with unknown addresses, in 99,9% of the cases will automatically install malicious software on your computer, or lead the sites of illegal contents. Do not let hackers take advantage of you!