A virus is a piece of malicious software that makes copies of itself from its own source code. Norton technical support has encountered such pieces often in our line of work. Written by programmers who specify the task of a device, such viruses modify existing computer programs and insert their own codes. Viruses are created for a number of reasons. It can be for fun, to sabotage someone else’s work or take control of their computer functions.
There are financial losses worth billions every year. It is an evil that has pervaded the safety of internet users all across the globe. As a direct result, there are huge damage of computer resources, system failure issues, data & financial loss. Invest in smart antivirus today!
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There are a number of ways that viruses use to spread from device to device. Some of them are so harmless that you would hardly imagine being at risk. Take for example, the act of clicking on a link or downloading an attachment from an unknown sender. In case of email spoofing, this can well be a hacker disguised as a known sender.
Viruses can be carried (unintentionally) as we have often noticed in Norton technical support number when you use a flash drive that was inserted in an infected computer before. It can spread via mobiles, tabs or any other device that can access the internet. It can also infect when you click on an online advertisement, download software from a shady site or click on a link on social media that happens to be malicious.
Norton antivirus is an expert solution for preventing such malware attacks or removing such pieces of malicious code effectively, in case your device is already infected.
Other common ways for spreading malware
Identity theft is common. Once your device is infected, says team Norton antivirus technical support, a hacker may use your social media account or email address to send messages to your personal or work acquaintances. These messages may either transmit viruses or expose them to misleading advertisements.
As people receive the mail from you, they may not think twice before clicking on a link or attachment. What happens next? Their Windows Task Manager might become inaccessible. You may press Ctrl, Alt & Delete and see nothing happen. You can try to open an application and see it will not open. Or you might find new toolbars in the browser – those you did not install.
Like we have often seen at Norton technical support phone number, small inconveniences can sometimes cause insidious damages. And remember, prevention is always better than cure!
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