Email spam or junk mail
Antivirus Tip: Email spam or junk mail are usually the first source of viruses, and should be deleted immediately, even if they look like they’re from a friend.
Antivirus Tip: A computer worm copies itself by looking for security holes in a network and infecting the computers that access the network, slowing them down.
A Computer System
Antivirus Tip: A computer virus replicates itself by changing the code in other programs to copy itself across a computer system.
Be careful of using public chargers
Antivirus Tip: Be careful of using public chargers for devices, or cables that are just left out in the open. Criminals can use these ports to hack your device.
full access to network
Antivirus Tip: For security reasons, never divulge who has full access to your network as they could leak the information accidentally.
Turn Off Password Savers
Antivirus Tip: Turn off the ‘save password’ function in all of your internet browsers. Write down your passwords for safe-keeping.
Do not use your birthday
Antivirus Tip: Do not use your birthday, spouse or pet’s name, or a popular culture reference as a password. They’re the first to be guessed correctly.
Use different e-mails
Antivirus Tip: Use different e-mails for different kinds of accounts, instead of just one e-mail, in case your information gets hacked.
Be Wary of Online Interactions
Antivirus Tip: Treat any interaction on the internet like a professional meeting – provide what is needed, and do not do more than what is necessary.