Have you ever seen a scene in a movie when someone clicks on a link in the email, and then his computer is down? Of course, your computer should contain a lot of important data, but it is quite possible. You must have heard, “Don’t open emails and email attachments from unknown and suspicious sources”. That is indeed a good piece of advice. Hackers may use any way to persuade you to download malware. Consequently, your computer can easily get infected by a virus if you simply click on an attachment or a link.
Each month, hackers write about 6,000 new viruses. Those viruses can target a wide selection of operating systems. It may be your laptop with a Windows system, an Android phone, or iOS. In fact, opening attachments is one of the most spread ways to get a virus. Among others, there are downloading software, online ads, and social media.
How can you know that your computer or phone has a virus? The first sign is pop-up messages. Then, you can notice that you have programs or apps that you have not downloaded or emails that you have not sent. Pay attention to your device’s performance. If your battery dies too quickly compared with previous weeks or months, you are likely to suffer from a virus.
To prevent that all, you should install reliable anti-virus software and keep it up to date. Also, secure your network, do not share your WI-FI password, and turn off your router in case you stay away for a while. Finally, think twice before you click. Remember that it is the number one reason for getting infected.
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