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Things You Should Know (DOC)


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									If you know the enemy face, consider that half of the battle is already
won. Therefore, we suggest you get acquainted with the ten things that
can interfere with comfortable walks on the Internet (including, with
your smartphone).

1. Spyware: As the name implies, are scripts that are created
specifically to spy on you. They collect information about search
queries, logins, passwords, credit card data, address books, etc.

2. Viruses: These are script or program codes that are capable of self-
replication, and unauthorized transfer from one computer to another.

3. Malware: This is the common name for a variety of computer programs
designed specifically to harm your computer, server or network. One of
the dangers of malicious programs lies in the fact that they are able to
penetrate deep into the files, appearing again, even after their removal.

4. Trojans: Trojans enter your computer disguised as useful or important
updates of the program. They are created specifically to cause damage to
computers, destroying or altering information on your hard disk.

5. Adware: These programs are created to ensure that no consent to
display advertisements on the screen of a smartphone or computer. It can
be pop-up windows, automatically downloads sites, etc.

6. Malicious toolbars: They replicate the functionality of known panels
(such as Yahoo or Google), but that analyze information stored in the
memory of a computer or smartphone.

7. Theft browser: These scripts change the start page of the web browser
without any user consent.

8. Cookie: This is a legitimate files that store information about your
visits to Web sites and designed to make using them easier and more
convenient. However, if a hacker gets access to the cookies, he learns
about you very much.

9. Worms: This kind of virus that is able to copy the information for
themselves from the PC or smart phone.

10. Common sense: It is the best protection against various kinds of
malicious programs. Just avoid questionable sites, do not insert your
flash drive in a public computer, do not open email from strangers, etc.

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