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Few could have predicted where the Web would take us when it was first getting off the ground. But now, with the average American spending 24 hours online each week, it’s safe to say the Web plays a major part in our daily lives.
This is both a good and bad thing. On one hand, we have a nearly limitless amount of information (and YouTube videos) at our fingertips, but on the other, every minute we spend online is another minute we’re at risk of being attacked, chiefly through malware.
Short for “malicious software,” malware covers any kind of program or code that’s harmful to your system. Whether you opened a suspicious email or made a risky click, malware can
Read full article » https://thenextweb.com/insider/2018/12/06/why-youre-better-off-surfing-the-web-with-malwarebytes/
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