Since the earliest days of the PC, one problem has been ever present[ developing Internet security protocols to protect against the introduction of programs that could affect the performance of the hardware or even destroy software. Threats such as viruses, worms, malware, and other rogue programs have made an impact in many different parts of computer systems or networks. Some malware affects only a local computer, others affect entire networks. These security threats are easy to spread because of the Internet - the highway of information. This Bright Hub guide to Internet security threats gives users a wide range of articles that inform and educate them about what the threats are, what they look like, and how to defend against them.
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