OK folks, by now we should all be AntiVirus Savvy. That is to say, each of us should have put a layer of protection on our computers and mobile devices. Yes! Do get AntiVirus software/Apps for your laptops, desktops, mobile phones, and tablets. This Post recommends places where you can go to get FREE Antivirus Help!
Can we protect ourselves from the onslaught of email infiltration to the large systems of the businesses we use? Probably not. But we can do our part to be AntiVirus Savvy, by keeping in touch with the news and acting to understand why it is important to protect ourselves BEFORE it happens (and it will). Often we get protection after we learn how dangerous it is to have our devices infiltrated by someone (or some malicious software – MALWARE). Let’s be proactive. Read on to learn more about what’s available. Don’t forget to click the link for details.
- Antivirus suites are only as good as their latest tests. And in AV-test.org’s latest roundup for July and August, the usual suspects—BitDefender, Kaspersky, McAfee, and Symantec—came out on top.The same holds true for the free options. If you’re a cheapskate, you can download Panda Security’s free cloud antivirus and have a good chance that it will catch everything that the shadowy corners of the Web can throw at it—as it did in AV-test’s own proving ground. via Free antivirus software Panda tops AV-Test’s security rankings.
- Just like you take steps to secure your computer and credit cards, these days your smartphones and tablets need protection, too. Your phone is your lifeline, Lookout is here to help you protect it. Millions of people like you rely on Lookout to secure the personal data on their smartphones. Learn more about Lookout for iPhone and Android. via Cell Phone Security | Mobile Phone Security Software for Android.
- This link has a Poll that you can take part in. No matter how careful you are when using the Internet, it’s always advisable to have antivirus software installed on your computer. This applies mostly to Windows users, because while Macs aren’t invulnerable to malware, they’re just not popular enough for cybercriminals to target. via What Is The Best Free Antivirus Software? [MakeUseOf Poll].
I hope this is helpful 🙂