Malware is a real headache. It dumps your system with unwanted files and frequently keeps on showing itself as an annoying pop-up or irritating browser-based toolbar, which is the best possible of its outcomes and the worst ones are complete takeover of your desktop and destruction of your life. This results in slowing down of system to a painful level. You cannot even boot in Windows, in a time required by you to make a trip to your kitchen. Your data is sent off to a remote land and even worse, your real keystrokes are recorded for some nasty individual to view.
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Malware locks up your browser, and makes you unable to do any browsing without being caught some bogus domain. Therefore it is important for you to know what to do in or before such a condition.
So how will you know who is what? As a golden rule, know it if: it is too good to be real, it looks odd or it is entirely unknown to you. Knowing this, don’t run it. Don’t install, accept, or say ‘yes’ to it and don’t let it intrude your system in any way. As soon as you get such a doubtable thing, find out about them on Google, Yahoo or Bing, your true friends.
As said earlier, most of the malware enters your system through the browser. So firstly, stop using some outdated, unsafe browser and make sure to run the latest version of any of the three, viz. Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. These three are considered to be the best browsers against malware and other attacks.
Some more add-ons and extensions worth wielding to deal with the malware are Web of Trust, Adblock, KB SSLEnforcer and HTTPS wherever you go.