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Over time and due to continuous use, your computer becomes a store for files you don't need, which gradually impairs its performance or multiplies software errors that completely paralyze it, or worse, a virus that takes over your files and data and destroys your privacy. You need to clean your electronic device just as you clean your workplace or house, and we normally resort to reformatting again (Format), but there is more that needs to be done and learned that saves you from that.
Don't neglect to protect yourself from being hacked
The technical skills of hackers have advanced with time, and hackers of today have a higher depth of knowledge and a wider range of competence than hackers of any period in the past.
In 2018, the world was exposed to large hacking activities, including what the firm "Facebook" disclosed, which said that its networks had been infiltrated, information and data belonging to 29 million users had been taken, and the website had been hacked.
In addition, the corporation stated that it had been attacked.
Indian "Adhar" and the Data of more than a billion individuals belonging to its users were taken, in addition to hacking and hacking official government websites, including the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2016, which had its official website hacked.
2018 was a year that saw huge hacking efforts all across the globe.
Malware and redundant files
When you browse the web or do a search, you will travel to a great number of websites and discover a great number of files. These sites and files will have a substantial impact on the efficiency of your device, and you will be exposed to potentially harmful applications (malware) when you install them on your device.
It will be incredibly difficult to remove it, and your mission will be to impede the device's function while simultaneously collecting sensitive information about the user or gaining access to the computer networks of huge organizations and institutions.
Viruses and Trojan horses are two examples of malware.
Trojan horses are a kind of harmful software that infiltrates your computer by disguising itself as other applications and sneaking into your system in a way that seems to be completely legal.
Other examples of malware include misleading security software and screen saver software.
to trick you into believing that a virus is present on your computer and, in most cases, to encourage you to download or purchase a product in order to eliminate the virus; thus, you should take caution not to react to a warning like this one.
It is important to distinguish malicious software from defective software, which refers to applications that were developed for lawful reasons but have errors or flaws.
Avoid error messages or pop-ups that say:
- Infected PC!
- Adware and spyware infiltrate this PC.
- Update your browser.
If you get a pop-up warning like this, press ALT+F4 to dismiss it and don't do anything.
Note If the warning keeps appearing after you exit the dialog box, the message is malicious and incorrect.
To avoid data loss and file destruction, hit "Cancel" and return to System Security to download it.