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Spyware refers to software that collects useful information from your personal computer and sends to another computer without your permission. The term spyware is different from viruses and worms because it doesn’t self-replicate however it is designed to make use of infected computers for some commercial gain. Main motive of spyware is to deliver unwanted pop-up advertisements and theft of confidential information. It may cause Internet connection failure and some printing problems. Spyware can be installed via file-swapping programs that are generally used to download music and movies from Internet. If it is installed on your system it monitors your all Internet related activities and then transmits your private information to other party.Published:15-Dec-2012
Children using computers are very suseptable to downloading spyware and opening dangerous email attachments. It is imperative that children be properly educated in safe computer use.Published:19-Dec-2011
Computer users often think the biggest threat to the hardware or the software is a virus. This is only the half-truth given that there are so many different types but there are other things that people should be afraid of such as malware, spyware and Trojans.Published:20-Nov-2011
Isn't it funny to see how people will react when something is given for free? Chances are, people will be rushing over and getting as many as possible. This may not happen when browsing through the Internet but there are a few things such as spyware removal systems that will protect the person while online.Published:20-Nov-2011
Protection against spyware is something that everyone should take seriously. Having credit card details or even the password stolen could make the person end up paying for things that were never purchased or even compromise ones career.Published:20-Nov-2011
Blessed are those who are so gifted when it comes to anything related to internet technology because they are spared from the harm of evil people who wish to use this technology to their own advantage. Aside from knowing the latest, they know how to deal with the annoying instances like nonsense things popping up or being directed to websites you never typed in the toolbar.Published:20-Nov-2011