How Norton Stops Cyber Super Villains

How Norton Stops Cyber Super Villains

Norton Has Gotten Good At Stopping Cyber Super Villains

Cyber attacks are a part of life these days. Most people have one story or another about how their computer faced malware or viruses, or their smaller computers their phones were stuck with an unrelenting spoofer, or how their email was hacked.

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Such cyber attacks like the recentWanna Cry Ransomwareattack occur on a much more frequent basis than most people realize or care to admit. One security firm found notes that 27 million new strains of malware blossomed in 2012 alone. Thats like having an average of 74,000 new virus strains show up daily for an entire year. While it might seem hard to wrap your head around, its important to guard against such attacks.

It turns out that 33% or more of computers worldwide actually already are infected with a computer virus. The problem with a computer virus is that it is seldom isolated. It looks to your friends as its next victims just through their dealings with you.

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The BBC reports that in addition to computer viruses, and identity theft, hackers employ Trojans to take control of your webcam. This allows them to turn it on and off as they please. It is mostly targeted at unsuspecting women who may give no thought to dressing or undressing with their laptop open (and their camera inadvertently on.) This is where it gets worse. The hackers take photos of the women and resell them online. Full Story Here


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