Computers have become indispensable in the age of internet. When a computer is connected it has become a window to all the people connected over the net. An internet connected computer can be compared to a person sitting in a glass house, where everyone can see him but he sees no one.
This is precisely what hackers are exploiting. There are so many languages available like C, VB etc. by which the programmers write virus programs and transmit them via internet. Most of these viruses are disguised in the form of utilities like screen savers, smileys, games and what not. As an innocent net browser you feel attracted to all those stuff and click on the pop up and you are done. All these viruses are in the form of executable files and they automatically go and install themselves in the system folders thereby causing havoc on the computers.
The big question is "why I in the first place do they make virus programs?" Some do it for fun, sum do it for sabotage and some do it for money. The data held in many computers is valuable like the user names and passwords which again give a clue to the credit card numbers, bank account numbers etc. Just imagine what would happen when all this information is stolen by third parties? Even if you have $1000 in your bank account and these hackers get to know the user name and password of your bank account you can yourself imagine what would happen. All your hard earned money is gone in a few seconds.
We are living in a well evolved wonderful world and there is a solution to every problem. It is not only sufficient that you have a good computer with an excellent connection but you also need total protection from viruses and spyware. I would recommend Bit Defender as this gives total protection for your computer from all the viruses,spyware and malware and it is very economical too. You can start with a 30 day free trial of any of the available Bit Defender products and then decide whether to buy it.
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