Microsoft Security Essential 4.0 Released


Microsoft Security Essentials

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In the event that your looking for a free Anti-Malware program to protect your computer or your a current user of Microsoft Security Essentials 2.x then you’ll be happy to know that Microsoft has updated the program to version 4.0 which sports bug fixes, improved performance and protection, for more check out Microsoft Security Essentials 4.0

Taking another Look at your Antivirus Solution


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Most people think its probably enough to find out what A/V products have the best reviews, purchase or obtain a copy, install the program and your protected, but in reality this is far from the truth for so many reasons, the most important being your already insecure in a way by the virtue of you thinking that one A/V product is going to protect you completely, which it may appear to be, but for many reason it might not, perhaps the vendor isn’t aware of a threat, perhaps the vendor has allowed the virus to be installed on your system, for example law enforcement request that spy software that can be viewed as malicious code are allowed to be installed on a users system without their A/V client alerting them to a threat. You may want to re-think your A/V solution and while doing so check out this article that might give you a better understanding of how you can go about securing yourself HERE.

Facebook Security App Bitdefender Safego


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This is the first security applications that I am aware of that exists for facebook. Bitdefender Safego provides the ability for scan through your links, friends, applications, messages and it will attempt to weed out all the spam or malicious content that has been increasing found on facebook. Feel a little safer on Facebook by check out Bitdefender Safego here.

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