The new year brings with it a new round of software, apps, and software tools that help you avoid phishing, malware, and ransomware.
If you’ve ever experienced a phishing or malware campaign, you know how difficult it can be to remove them.
We’ve put together a list of some of the most popular phishing and malware removal tools, and we’ll share some tips for your use in the months ahead.
We’re all familiar with the phrases “theres a phish on your browser” and “a phishing scam.”
These scams are used to trick users into opening potentially malicious attachments, sending them to fake email addresses, and downloading viruses.
However, there’s another form of malware that could potentially infect your system, one that could steal your credentials and access to your files.
While phishing scams are the main target of phishing malware, other malware can also cause your computer to crash or reboot unexpectedly.
So if you suspect that a malicious program has been installed, here are some tips on how to deal with it: Avoid clicking on malicious links or links that are in plain text or embedded in other text or images.