Is it Really Necessary to Use an Antivirus? 1

Is it Really Necessary to Use an Antivirus?

antivirus-1Computer viruses have more than 40 years living among us and our computers. These malicious programs that seek to access our data to harm, steal, or just bother, have remained unwavering threat in the world of computing, and become increasingly complex.

Not only viruses are a threat. The malware is any software that infiltrates malicious computers without our consent, and that can take many forms: viruses, worms, Trojans,rootkits , spyware , adware , etc..

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Apple Admits that the Devices are Susceptible to Viruses 4

Apple Admits that the Devices are Susceptible to Viruses

Apple Admits that the Devices are Susceptible to Viruses 5

According to an English phrase, “when there is an elephant in the room, the first thing you should do is to recommend to others the elephant.” In other words, when something is beyond obvious, it is not the ignorant.Fortunately the Apple realized and, after the noise had been created due to the infection of hundreds of thousands of the Mac Trojan Flashback, admitted that the computers are not immune from such problems.

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Computer Viruses Infect Each Other and Create a Supermalware

Computer Viruses Infect Each Other and Create a Supermalware

Computer Viruses Infect Each Other and Create a SupermalwareComputer viruses infect each other and create a supermalware they are spread accidentally to several worms in the computers, creating ahybrid malware that spreads rapidly. Attack bank accounts and private data.

 Bitdefender found an analysis of 40 000 copies of this type of malware , which has dubbed ” Frankenmalware “ – in a study of 10 million infected files held in early January, representing 0.4 percent of malware analysis.

 If we consider that the malware active throughout the world is around 65 million, this means that 260 thousand units of this type are threatening users’ computers.

 Loredana Botezatu analyst Bitdefender online threats and author of study on malwarehybrid said,

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