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How to Secure Your System From Malware

When you get affected via malware, than you will be in big trouble, malware and viruses can bring your computer slow down. And it causing a great harm, when you affected by trojan horse.
Now the question is how protect and fight against these threat. The solution is simple and ease to use, by follow some steps you can bring your system safe side.
Here is the some tips that you should follow:


  

  • Download from identified sites only
  • Scan your PC frequently 
  • Install Adaware 
  • Don’t click on unsolicited email
  • Install Antivirus software
  • Don’t install toolbars
  • Do not click on popups
  • Do not use P2P services 

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Ehacking Staff
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