Bear Bibeault wrote:The best protection is to make sure that you don't download anything you don't trust, and never enter your password when asked unless you know and trust what is asking.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:That's true on any OS!
Pat Farrell wrote:IMHO, most of the Windows anti-malware products are useless. They are a yearly tax, and they seriously impact system performance. The only reason I buy new computers is to get the use of improved performance -- adding a package to slow them down is not a good thing.
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