Security's questions - Japanese iziqna

Free anti virus?

16 answers · 2 days ago

ok so recently i was talking to microsoft support there was a big problem with my computer and they got it fixed i was talking to a certified engineer and he installed anti virus and i had to pay for the anti virus so i put in my credit card details and paid for it it was $50 for a year that was ok i do not know... show more

They have blocked all proxies and vpns and we can’t download anything not approved by the school.



Best answer: https://bit.ly/2rMrBsW?spy-twitter already expressed her desire to know external places and other people in such a way that if I need to carry out hacking facebook so I can continue to monitor her from close but without her noticing, hacking twitter Even though she is already of legal age and knows how to take... show more

Cant log in?

4 answers · 3 days ago

Best answer: Hello and thank you for your question! This is a tricky question because answers will differ depending on opinion and what kind of security you need. Basic security is already pre-installed on all Windows 10 PCs via Windows Defender. Windows Defender has gotten a lot better over the years and is updated monthly... show more

Best answer: You need to remove the malware while in the SAFE MODE. Safe Mode only allows the Win 10 files to boot up and nothing else, but you can run your antivirus and/or anti-malware while in the Safe Mode. You have to manually put it into Safe Mode and then you have to manually take it out of Safe Mode. Give it a try... show more

My GF seemed suspicious when placing down her Ipad. I have a strange feeling she might be trying to secretly record a conversation im having with my parents while shes gone

What does antivirus software do?

7 answers · 1 week ago

Best answer: Yes Answering for a friend.

Best answer: It basically means that they have all of your personal information such as Social Security number, credit card numbers, drivers license number, address (past and present), mother's maiden name, employment information, etc... This allows them to fraudulently open up lines of credit in your name and buy whatever... show more


Confused about tracking cookies?

4 answers · 2 weeks ago
Best answer: Yep,stored on your PC unless you disable them or use an extension called Cookie AutoDelete.

For example, can not log on to his PC as him etc. Then all his personal data on his PC is safe? I am asking because I just left a bank, worrying about the personal data still on my PC.

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