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Let’s start this blog post by explaining in details what exactly is the notion of malware. According to Wikipedia, malware, short for malicious software, is any software used to disrupt computer operations, gather sensitive information, gain access to private computer systems, or display unwanted advertising. Malware is defined by its malicious intent, acting against the requirements of the computer user, and does not include software that causes unintentional harm due to some deficiency. The term badware is sometimes used and applied to both true (malicious) malware and unintentionally harmful software. Yes, porn involves risks and I need to tell you what you can do in order to avoid troubles like this. http://theporndude.com/

First, you should only use ThePornDude.com. Sure, you will say that I have made this blog post especially to promote what a wonderful website I have and how helpful I am. Well, you need to understand that I never post a website before knowing for sure if it is clean or not. Let me repeat that in another words: no website of mine will have malware. It doesn’t matter if it is huge, filled with the best HD content, all for free. If it is not clean, I will block its access to TPD. Malware may be stealthy, intended to steal information or spy on computer users for an extended period without their knowledge. I don’t want this to happen with any of my visitors and when I say that I am sharing only the best porn destinations, it is true. These sites are the best by all means. You can download anything from any place you see here. What else can you do? You can protect yourself. You need good software to do so and good tools to kill them all if you already are infected. And how do these softwares work on your PC?

A specific component of anti-virus and anti-malware software, commonly referred to as an on-access or real-time scanner, hooks deep into the operating system’s core or kernel and functions in a manner similar to how certain malware itself would attempt to operate, though with the user’s informed permission for protecting the system. Any time the operating system accesses a file, the on-access scanner checks if the file is a ‘legitimate’ file or not. If the file is identified as malware by the scanner, the access operation will be stopped, the file will be dealt with by the scanner in a pre-defined way (how the anti-virus program was configured during/post installation), and the user will be notified.

Anti-malware programs can combat malware in two ways:

A. They can provide real time protection against the installation of malware software on a computer. This type of malware protection works the same way as that of antivirus protection in that the anti-malware software scans all incoming network data for malware and blocks any threats it comes across.

B. Anti-malware software programs can be used solely for detection and removal of malware software that has already been installed onto a computer. This type of anti-malware software scans the contents of the Windows registry, operating system files, and installed programs on a computer and will provide a list of any threats found, allowing the user to choose which files to delete or keep, or to compare this list to a list of known malware components, removing files that match.

DigitalTrends.com, in February 2016, printed out on their website a list with the best software. It holds entries available for Windows 10. Enter this link http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-free-antivirus-software/ to get a condom for your PC.

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