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By: IobitArt | Total views: 215 | Word Count: 679 | Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 - 11:48 AM

Have you suffered a malware infection that wasn't spotted by your anti-virus software? Have you ever wondered how malware, spyware or other undesirable software might get on your computer? Even if you're the most careful PC user out there, malware can find a way to download itself onto the computer. A seemingly innocent email from a friend could in fact be a stealth method of exploiting security features. What appears to be a favorite website could in fact be an imposter, foisting its own malware on unsuspecting visitors. There are literally hundreds of ways in which personal information and entire operating system can be hijacked. Malware is becoming more and more of a problem these days as we shift more of our lives online, so knowing more info of malware, how to get rid of it and how to avoid it in the first place will stand you in good stead for the future and help you to enjoy more of your online experience. What is malware? Malware stands for malicious software and is like a virus that infects your computer without your permission. It can damage files on your computer or do something more dangerous like delete critical system files. Malware can be defined as spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, bots, worms, and hijackers that compromise your computer security. When first created, this kind of software was meant as a prank, but today, malware can even be used for criminal purposes. How dangerous is malware? It is not easy to say how dangerous Malware is in a sweeping comment as each different threat has its own function and inherent risk level. For the lower threats like adware, you might just find that the malware is a bit annoying and that it impedes your system performance. For viruses, you can find that your computer's operating system becomes completely annihilated. For the most dangerous threats, malware can steal your personal information, putting your savings, credit and reputation at irrecoverable risk. If your computer ever does get hit with malware there is no need to lose all hope because there is a piece of good news for all PC users - A free anti-malware product, IObit Security 360, is able to give you a complete diagnosis of your system security, identifying and removing malware for you. IObit Security 360 can be used for detection and removal of various malware software that has already been installed onto a computer. IObit Security 360 scans the contents of the windows registry, operating system files, and installed programs on a computer and will provide a list of any threats found, allowing users to choose which files to delete or keep, or to compare this list to a list of known malware components, removing files that match. Additionally, IObit Security 360 is able to detect malicious software earlier than most antivirus programs by taking advantages of its unique "Dual-Core" engine and the heuristic malware detection. Malware scans of IObit Security 360 need to be run either daily or weekly, however, you can decide when it's necessary. New Malware threats are created every day, but with routine scans, your computer should be free of malware attacks. Be sure to schedule your scans often, because not only can malware be annoying, if your system is left unchecked, you may encounter many other frustrating computer problems. Currently, there are some kinds of malware removal software products in the market, however, not all of them are effective, and this is why you need to be careful before you make a trial or purchase. Some of them can remove malware from your system but will not prevent Trojans from entering your computer. Thus you should find the right product - free anti-spyware IObit Security 360, which can save your computer from the malware that is already there as well as prevent further intrusions. IObit Security 360 is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2000 (32bit and 64bit), and it is available in English and other languages. More details of IObit Security 360 can be found at: http://www.iobit.com/security360.html (www.iobit.com)

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Joanne Wu is a 25 year old like testing free anti-malware and antivirus products. She is studying http://www.iobit.com/security360.html (www.iobit.com)

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