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  • Category: Antivirus / Spyware / Malware

    What is malwares?

    What is malwares?
  • #2305
    Malware (short form for Malicious Software) is a program designed intended to damage the system

  • #2309

    Malware (malicious) is software program that will enter into any computer or a network without the computer owner's awareness. A malicious program can be of anything like a virus, spyware, worm, Trojan or some unwanted software. Shaoxing, China is the malware capital according to Symantec. Most of the malware are to execute at a particular time and it will damage many computer before anyone get noticed.

    Protect your computer with some antivirus software which supports malware protection

    D.Jeya Kumar(JK)

  • #2451

    The Malware is an infection that will be harmful for your computer and stop the further execution of programs, it will slows down the speed of your computer by destroying the window files and or by executing their code and attached to any file of the computer.

    It comes in combination with any file or folder when you copy that file into your computer it will enter into your computer and executes with the combination of file and folder.

    With Regards
    Chirag Sachdeva

    Chirag Sachdeva

  • #2468
    Hello Brajamohan panda ,

    Malwares are harmful malicious software programs which are designed to damage or do other unwanted actions on a computer system.

    Malware include viruses,worms,Trojan horses, and spy-ware etc.

    So get ride of it by installing best malware detecting software and remove them from your PC. And also prevent them to enter in computer system again.

    Best of luck

  • #3540
    Malwares are computer malicious software programs which can cause damage to your computer. The Malware is a general term for viruses, trojans etc. which may make changes to your computer system without your knowledge.


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