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Viruses and Spywares often result to sluggish computer and data loss.
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Clues that spyware is on a Computer:
Barrage of pop-up ads
A hijacked browser — that is, a browser that takes you to sites other than those you type into the address box
A sudden or repeated change in your computer’s Internet home page
New and unexpected toolbars
New and unexpected icons on the system tray at the bottom of your computer screen
Keys that don’t work (for example, the “Tab” key that might not work when you try to move to the next field in a Web form)
Random error messages
Sluggish or downright slow performance when opening programs or saving files.
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What Spyware Can Do To You
Harvest personal and private information including passwords, social security numbers, and other sensitive and confidential data used to access your bank and/or credit card accounts
Track web sites you visit for use by relentless marketers who bombard you with irritating spam and pop-ups
Record your keystrokes for use by deviant thieves to steal your identity
And much more
What Spyware Can Do To Your Computer
Corrupt critical system files and trigger your computer to crash repeatedly
Drain bandwidth causing your computer to crawl, ruining your Internet browsing experience
Bloat your memory and system resources preventing you from accessing programs, e-mail, or the Internet
And much more.
is any technology that aids in gathering information about a person or organization without their knowledge. Spyware is programming that is put in someone's computer to secretly gather information about the user and relay it to advertisers or other interested parties. Spyware can get in a computer as a software virus or as the result of installing a new
Just when you thought you were Web savvy, one more privacy, security, and functionality issue crops up — spyware. Installed on your computer without your consent, spyware software monitors or controls your computer use. It may be used to send you pop-up ads, redirect your computer to websites, monitor your Internet surfing, or record your keystrokes, which, in turn, could lead to identity theft.
According to officials at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), all computer users should get wise to the signs that spyware has been installed on their machines, and then take the appropriate steps to delete it.
Be warned - most spyware scans will not detect ALL of these threats
Update your operating system and Web browser software. Your operating system (like Windows or Linux) may offer free software “patches” to close holes in the system that spyware could exploit.
Download free software only from sites you know and trust. It can be appealing to download free software like games, peer-to-peer file-sharing,screen savers. But be careful.
Unprotected PCs can be hijacked in minutes
Surfing the Web has never been more risky.
Simply connecting to the Internet — and doing nothing else — exposes your PC to non-stop, automated break-in attempts by intruders looking to take control of your machine surreptitiously.
If your Windows PC is being used as a remote pc, you may notice recurring slowdowns of e-mail and Web browsing. Or you may not be able to e-mail or browse at all. If your PC has been infected with a self-replicating network worm, a dormant backdoor Trojan horse or several other types of stealthy programs, you may not notice anything.
Don't install just any software without knowing exactly what it is.
Take time to read the end-user license agreement (EULA) before downloading any software. If the EULA is hard to find — or difficult to understand — think twice about installing the software. Watch what it wants to install.
Minimize “drive-by” downloads.
Make sure your browser security setting is high enough to detect unauthorized downloads, for example, at least the “Medium” setting for Internet Explorer. Keep your browser updated.
Don’t click on any links within pop-up windows.
If you do, you may install spyware on your computer. Instead, close pop-up windows by clicking on the “X” icon in the title bar.
Don’t click on links in spam that claim to offer anti-spyware software. Some software offered in spam actually installs spyware.
Install a personal firewall
to stop uninvited users from accessing your computer. A firewall blocks unauthorized access to your computer and will alert you if spyware already on your computer is sending information out.
If you think your computer might have spyware on it, experts advise that you take three steps:
Spyware is software installed on your computer that tracks what you do whenever you are online surfing the Internet.
There are many spyware protection software like keylogger remover to secure your PC against privacy and tracking threats.
Unfortunately spyware keeps getting more and more elaborate and the average spyware programs aren’t enough to fully protect you. Today's sophisticated, multi-pronged attacks often involve spyware, hacker and other Internet security threats.