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Malware Shield Seeks Out and Destroys Malicious SoftwareWhat is Malware?
The term “Malware” includes many different types of malicious software such as computer viruses, ransomware, worms, trojan horses, rootkits, keyloggers, dialers, spyware and
adware. Malicious attacks are constantly increasing and ever changing so that what may appear to users to be a reputable program may actually be a harmful type of installation. Most often the majority of active malware threats are worms or trojans rather than viruses.
How Can Malware Harm Me?
The intention of malware can be to steal your personal and sensitive information, create havoc for your systems and even take control of your website for exploitation purposes. E-mail spam and distributed denial of service attacks are often common malware uses for compromised systems. The removal of malware can be costly, time consuming and even at times nearly impossible to eradicate once it has wormed its way into your system.
Malware can be deceptive and convincing. Many times it may look like a legitimate offer or program but in reality most malware changes its face so that you might be confused, persuaded or out right tricked into an installation. Everyone knows that becoming infected with malware can be a costly headache. Some malware can embed itself so deeply into your website that you may have to perform a restore which can result in lost data.
What can I do to protect myself against attacks?
As malware attacks become more frequent, attention has begun to shift from viruses and spyware protection; to malware protection. Malicious software programs are specifically designed and developed to combat virus and spyware protection services. You should always use preventive actions which give you data rescue options
, such as backup and recovery methods, but taking measures to prevent any initial penetration by rouge programs is your best bet.
What is my Best Malware Prevention Option?
Here at Jaguarpc hosting
we come across too many users who have been the victim of malware attacks. In order to help our clients stay clear of this plague we are now offering our real-time scanner malware shield. Our service will root itself in the kernel not unlike many malware programs do. A daily scan with Malware Shield will check to see if flagged files are legitimate or not. If the file is considered a malware by the scanner, the access operation will be stopped, the file will be addressed by the scanner in an identified way and the user will be notified.
How Can I Take Advantage of JaguarPC’s Malware Shield?
If you want one of the best malicious software programs available to find, remove and prevent malware instances then you can contact our customer service department
by opening a support ticket or a live chat session. The program cost is only $49.95 for an entire year of the service. If you operate more than one website then you can take advantage of our 50% saving for those sites. That cost is a fraction of what it would typically cost to remove a malicious and embedded program which could already be causing damage to your website’s files.
While you may have spyware or virus protection already running, malware is designed to look for specific types of operations and files that have been determined to be in use by malware programs. It is often the case that spyware and virus protection programs can miss these marks and allows the program to continue to run in the background. Protect yourself and contact our customer support department to make sure you are running in a clean environment. Eliminate the potential threats of tomorrow today with one easy interaction that will keep you assured and protected all year long.