• Use proactive software protection. Anti-virus and anti-spyware software are basic requirements for initial protection. Viruses and spyware can creep into your computer and easily degrade performance and corrupt or even destroy data.

  • Use a firewall. Firewalls assist in blocking dangerous programs, viruses or spyware before they infiltrate your system. Various software companies offer firewall protection, but hardware-based firewalls, like those frequently built into network routers, provide a better level of security.

  • Be cautious of suspicious emails from unknown sources. Don’t open emails with attachments if you don’t know the sender.

  • Steer clear of websites of ill repute. These are havens for malicious and annoying intruders like spyware.

  • Keep your operating system updated. Repair the security holes that hackers love to exploit with the newest critical updates from Microsoft or Apple.

  • Consistently backup crucial data. Backing up to a separate media device, such as CD/DVD, external hard drive, USB drive or Mirra, on a regular basis ensures that important files are secure.


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