FRAUDS ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE
When one day you find something strange on your computer and you think that there might be spyware
or a virus, the most common decision is usually to search the Internet for a program to eliminate it. At
the very least, we have tried to find out the name of such malicious software and search for information
about it on the Internet. The problem is that it is very common to discover that the solution that appears
in the first Google results is not the correct. Yes, you will see several blogs in which they tell you that
the most evil and infectious virus in the world has gotten into you, but that they have the solution.
Everyone tells you about a perfect anti-spyware that works to solve it.
After installing it on your PC, convinced that you have found the definitive solution, when you do the
first scan, the anti-spyware tells you that you have 200-300 infections and that you have to solve it as
soon as possible. If it is not a fake anti-spyware, you have come across a “fake” or a fake antivirus that
gives false positives. What does this mean? We are talking about Antivirus Software that tells you that
your computer has hundreds of infections, when most likely it is not. Their objective is for you to
download the program, either because it is another spyware, or because they want you to buy the
antivirus at all costs, or simply, they will waste a lot of time and take up space on your computer until
you remember to uninstall it. .
Things to Remember from Antivirus Frauds:
1. When you think you have malicious software, find out first. Find out what his name is. You can use
Windows Defender as a starting point, which is the same for that operating system, or the antivirus you
have installed. When you know the name of the malware, you can remove it, and in case you can't, look
for information about it. But be very careful; keep calm and go step by step.
2. Don't trust what all the blogs say. Yes, in this world there are many liars. And that two or three b