Privacy, Security & Virus Information
My Security Suite will make your life sour
One of the latest versions of the ever growing bands of anti- virus software which turns out to be pro-virus goes by the way of "My Security Suite ".
This latest attack on internet security is one of the most persistent as well as being especially virulent. Once again computer owners and users are suddenly inundated with requests to download this free software, with promises to clean up all the existing viruses on the computer and prevent others from intruding. What a computer owner who has been attacked née My Security Suite can expect, and in its friendliest than ever scenario, is that they will be brow beaten into buying the "full and authorized" version of the software which will do nothing to prevent them from the other hundreds of security dangers that are constantly circulating around the web. The owner will be blissfully ignorant of the risks that they are under-going and have paid out a reasonable sum of money that would have been so much better invested in anti-virus software that actually does something!
While it is yet to be ascertained for sure, security experts are all more or less convinced that My Software Suite once safely installed (and paid for) is liable to open the back door for a series of other malwares that could do loads of damage to the owner's computer as well as loads of others who are linked to the "host computer" and who are also not protected. And don't forget that the person who has bought and paid for the software has already passed on their credit card details then the hackers have little work to do in that department.
Word on the internet highway is clearly defined. Anyone who has the free version of My Security Suite and even those who wasted their money on the "full" (or should that be fool) version should immediately remove it. Those who paid through their credit card should contact their bank and not only stop payment, Or at least try, but also try and cancel the card altogether, before it undergoes a sever cyberspace pillaging. Credit card companies these days are too well aware of the risks or cyber fraud and will be more than cooperative to these people who report that they fear they have been gypped by hackers and online fraudsters.
The bottom line for computer owners is to be alert to the risk of false anti-virus scams and never agree to let them into your computer. Instead to opt for a reliable and legitimate anti-virus software program that will protect you, your computer and your personal finance from prying eyes.