Malware Herd Protection For Your PC

What is that old saying, "there is strength in numbers?"... Malware is the leading cause to computer problems today that is also criminal in nature. What I have discovered over the years that no single anti-malware or anti-virus program can give you protection 100 percent of the time. This is where the cloud sourced program... Continue Reading →

An Online Lightning Fast Virus Scanner

To add another tool to your arsenal in the fight against malware, be sure to visit BitDefender’s QuickScan. BitDefender’s QuickScan is an online tool which uses a technology they call .in-the-cloud. scanning technology which is capable of detecting active malware in less than a minute. The benefit of this technology is that the scanner uses... Continue Reading →

[GEEK SQUEAKS’] – Malware Protection, DNA Damage, Remove OpenCloud, Good Internet Citizens, and Top Picks for Android Tablets

Microsoft Security Essentials A comprehensive, state-of-the-art protection against malicious threats such as viruses, Trojans, spyware, and other malware. Plato On-Line Even DNA is Damaged by Stress PCrisk.com remove OpenCloud Antivirus - uninstall instructions Paul’s Home Computing Blog Good Internet Citizens: Are Your High School and College Students Aware? Top Picks for Android Tablets ——————————————- MORE... Continue Reading →

Search and Destroy (Spyware and Malware)

There are numerous security software offerings out there these days to the point, as an end-user, you do not know what direction to go. Typically it is a good idea to layer the protection on your PC.  For example on my PC I have installed Microsoft Security Essentials, Immunet and the commercial version of Malwarebytes... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#55)

How do they do it?  Each week I select links to articles from the sites (blogs) that are composed by the authors who are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll. The quality and content is amazing and serves as an excellent learning source for those who have the computer and information technology bug.... Continue Reading →

Newsletter with info to protect your PC…

I was reviewing the April ‘09 edition of the Web of Trust (WOT) newsletter and noticed that “What’s On My PC…” was reflected in the newsletter as a supporter of  Web of Trust (WOT)… I encourage you to download and read this newsletter, due that it offers important information on how you can make your... Continue Reading →

Taking A Byte Out of Malware

When I mention the term “malware” around my friends and family, I get some really strange looks. Most people are not absorbed into the tech side of protecting their PC’s and really do not care what the name of the current disease is. It is an attitude and approach similar to the government; “wait til... Continue Reading →

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