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>COMPUTER & INTERNET SECURITY

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What is malware? >this session will cover:

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What is malware? How does a computer get malware? >this session will cover:

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What is malware? How does a computer get malware? Clues that your computer has malware >this session will cover:

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What is malware? How does a computer get malware? Clues that your computer has malware How to get rid of malware >this session will cover:

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What is malware? How does a computer get malware? Clues that your computer has malware How to get rid of malware How to avoid malware >this session will cover:

>what is malware?:

>what is malware? Malware is short for malicious software . The term usually includes: Spyware Viruses Worms Scareware Spyware and viruses are not the same thing. Viruses are written for the sole purpose of damaging a computer. While spyware often has damaging results, the intent is financial gain.

>how does a computer get malware?:

>how does a computer get malware?

>how does a computer get malware?:

>how does a computer get malware? Piggybacked software installation This is especially true of peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing programs like eDonkey and Morpheus.

>how does a computer get malware?:

Browser add-ons (Toolbars, search bars, etc.) >how does a computer get malware?

>how does a computer get malware?:

>how does a computer get malware? Images from http://computer.howstuffworks.com/spyware.htm “Drive-by” downloads

>how does a computer get malware?:

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Poisoning >how does a computer get malware? Images from http://www.technibble.com/articlecontent/2010/03/dancing-stars-malware-11.gif

>clues that your computer has malware:

>clues that your computer has malware

>clues that your computer has malware:

>clues that your computer has malware a barrage of pop-up ads a hijacked browser — that is, a browser that takes you to sites other than those you type into the address box a sudden or repeated change in your computer’s Internet home page new and unexpected toolbars new and unexpected icons on the system tray at the bottom of your computer screen keys that don’t work (for example, the “Tab” key that might not work when you try to move to the next field in a Web form) random error messages sluggish or downright slow performance when opening programs or saving files “Spyware Quick Facts. OnGuardOnline.gov . Feb. 2008. <http://www.onguardonline.gov/topics/spyware.aspx >

>heavy spyware infestation!:

>heavy spyware infestation! http://absolutelytrue.com.s67143.gridserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/toolbars.gif

>how to get rid of malware:

>how to get rid of malware

>how to get rid of malware:

>how to get rid of malware Malwarebytes SUPERAntiSpyware Spybot – Search & Destroy Merijn HijackThis ! (should only be used with the help of an expert – SpywareInfoForum.com is a great place to get help) McAfee Stinger Windows System Restore Free Tools:

>how to get rid of malware:

>how to get rid of malware CA Anti-Spyware Webroot Spy Sweeper Trend Micro AntiVirus + AntiSpyware Sunbelt CounterSpy Kaspersky Internet Security Commercial Tools:

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XP Security Tool 2010 Spy Sheriff WorldAntiSpy Antivirus Pro 2010 Control Center Be aware that some rogue programs masquerade as virus and spyware removal tools! These include: Be sure to install only computer programs from reputable companies! > WARNING!

>how to avoid malware:

>how to avoid malware

>how to avoid malware:

>how to avoid malware Secure your computer! Be careful!

>secure your computer:

>secure your computer Keep Windows Updates current. Lock down your browser. Consider using an alternative browser like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Opera. Turn on Windows Firewall or install a third-party firewall like Zone Alarm. Install virus/spyware protection. Do not run Windows as an administrator.

>free spyware scanners:

>free spyware scanners Microsoft SpyNet (part of Security Essentials) Spybot’s TeaTimer (installs as part of Spybot – Search & Destroy) Spyware Doctor SUPERAntiSpyware

>be careful!:

>be careful! Don’t click links that claim to remove viruses/spyware.

>be careful!:

>be careful! Don’t click links that claim to remove viruses/spyware. Be careful with freeware and shareware programs. research anything you are unsure about. The search results should indicate if it is malware.

>be careful!:

>be careful! Don’t click links that claim to remove viruses/spyware. Be careful with freeware and shareware programs. research anything you are unsure about. The search results should indicate if it is malware. Review End-User License Agreements: install Javacool EULAlyzer .

>be careful!:

>be careful! Don’t click links that claim to remove viruses/spyware. Be careful with freeware and shareware programs. research anything you are unsure about. The search results should indicate if it is malware. Review End-User License Agreements: install Javacool EULAlyzer . Avoid questionable websites: install WOT, LinkExtend , or McAfee SiteAdvisor .

>Web of Trust (WOT):

>Web of Trust (WOT)

>LinkExtend:

>LinkExtend

>McAfee SiteAdvisor:

>McAfee SiteAdvisor

>be careful!:

>be careful! Don’t click links that claim to remove viruses/spyware. Be careful with freeware and shareware programs. research anything you are unsure about. The search results should indicate if it is malware. Review End-User License Agreements: install Javacool EULAlyzer . Avoid questionable websites: install WOT, LinkExtend , or McAfee SiteAdvisor . Consider using search engines other than Google.

>summary:

>summary malware can significantly affect your computer’s performance.

>summary:

>summary malware can significantly affect your computer’s performance. Free programs can successfully remove most malware, but be sure to use reputable programs!

>summary:

>summary malware can significantly affect your computer’s performance. Free programs can successfully remove most malware, but be sure to use reputable programs! Most malware can be avoided by securing your computer and by “surfing” carefully.

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>more information OnGuardOnline.gov : provides practical tips from the federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information. StopBadware.org : cultivates a network of individuals and organizations that share a common goal of eliminating viruses, spyware, and other bad software. We connect the members of this network with actionable knowledge they can use to fight badware effectively.

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>test your knowledge http://www.onguardonline.gov/games/beware-spyware.aspx

>questions?:

>questions?

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