Internet Security: Why It’s Important

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Does your computer run much slower than you remember it running when you first got it? This isn’t a natural degradation of your computer, it is almost guaranteed to be parasitic programs that are leeching your system’s resources. These parasites are most commonly called spyware or adware. They do a lot more than just slow down your computer though.

There are a few telltale signs that you have some sort of spyware or adware (almost all internet users have at least some form of it that they are unaware of!):

* If you’ve ever downloaded music or movies off of the internet

* Your PC runs much slower than it used too

* You often find yourself closing obnoxious popups or uninstalling programs that you don’t remember installing

* You find your homepage constantly changing without your consent

Most of these are just accepted as normal acts of an aging computer, when in fact, it is most likely due to parasites such as spyware and adware infecting the system. Just because you often browse the internet and popups fly out of every direction doesn’t mean that it’s the website’s fault. In most circumstances (for honest sites anyways) it is actually some program on your computer causing it.

When it comes to parasites such as spyware and adware, computer users think they have nothing to worry about except for the popups and such. The truth is, you have way more to worry about than just those annoyances. Not only are you risking your privacy by having spyware, but you’re risking your life as you know it.

That last statement may seem a bit drastic, but it isn’t. What spyware is really capable of is a very scary notion. Not only can it track every website that you visit, but it can track the information that you provide to said site. If you go to your online banking account and enter your information, spyware has the ability to transmit all of your bank information back to its creator.

It doesn’t stop there either. More often than not, once this information is transmitted to the spyware’s creator, they then sell it to hundreds or thousands of people. That means your bank information, social security number, and credit card numbers could be sitting in hundreds of peoples emails. This is how identity theft really happens.

Spyware and adware are beatable however. There is a free report on the matter available under the name “Adware Removal” which not only describes what spyware and adware are capable of, but how to rid yourself of them as well. If you value your privacy then you should at least read through it, you may be surprised at what you didn’t know.

There are so many tools these days that say they get rid of spyware and adware that you just don’t know which ones to trust. The most recommendable course of action is to find one which offers a free scan, this allows you to see if you actually need a removal tool or not. The report mentioned above includes information about recommended programs as well as more information, and remember, it’s free.

regards
Christopher Maillard

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