Dangers on the Internet

There are many ways to spread viruses. In the past, for example, viruses were spread by e-mails containing links or files that downloaded viruses to computers. In general, viruses are very dangerous to computers. They can cause a lot of havoc. In most cases, viruses attempt to infiltrate personal documents and download personal data. Some viruses even lock the computer and demand a ransom. In this case, when the computer is turned on, a screen appears with clear instructions on what must be done to unblock the computer.
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Warning! Do not confuse this “virus” with the browser version. If you are browsing a certain site and a notification pops up saying that your computer has been blocked, this is primarily just an attempt to extort money from you. Such sites usually threaten the police if you do not pay, and may even ask you for a PaySafeCard as a payment method. It is important to note that the police will never ask for payment to unblock your computer. If it is a fine for some offense, they will never ask for a PaySafeCard. [Currently, the main route of virus infection is crackers. A cracker is a program that provides free access to a paid product. If you download such a thing, there is a high probability that it contains a virus. After all, it doesn\’t matter what someone who can crack a program does to your computer; it\’s the same thing as someone who can download it.
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One such dangerous virus is KeyLogger. This virus has only one job: to record your keyboard. What you type is stored on the server, and the attacker can read everything you type. This is dangerous mainly because it also records your passwords. The attacker can see what page you are on and if you are typing in your password. This method is used to steal electronic banking and other personal information