What is the Difference Between a Virus, Trojan Horse and Worm?

Naseer Ahmad

I am Naseer Ahmad Mughal from Islamabad (Pakistan). I have been working as a Manager Development at SyntecX from last 4+ years, and its my passion to learn new things and implement them as a practice. I am also work as freelancer as well as a volunteer web development expert who loves to learn through innovative ideas and inspiration. You can find me online at LinkedIn & Twitter

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  1. James Wright says:

    Don’t be fooled by popup ads that warn your computer in infected! These popup ads are often designed to trick & mislead you into making a mistake. Then, many windows popup at once and they contain flashing graphics of warnings or errors designed to disorient the user into clicking on any of them. Most have a “close” button and when you click them you are unknowingly giving them permission to install or run. They often disguise install buttons with “Close” or “No Thanks” anything to trick you into clicking on one.

    If you want to know the smart way to react to these ads you can read our step by step guide on how to decrease your chances of getting infected when you come across these types of popup ads, view this entire article at atlantaitservice.com/iaminfected.html

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