Intel’s McAfee, along with Symantec’s Norton is one of the few old guards of antivirus that still exist today. McAfee was a well known security solution and a top rated security, it went downhill after John McAfee sold it. Ever since Intel Security department acquired McAfee, it has improved by leaps and bounds, with the resources and good integration with Intel Chips, McAfee is low on resources and good on performance for gamers.
With every one of the McAfee Total Protection products, you get the premium antivirus, identity and privacy protection you need for your PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets. Download and try McAfee Total Protection free for 30 days. [ Limited Time Only, No License Key Required ]
- Blocks viruses, malware, ransomware, spyware, unwanted programs, and more on your PC.
- McAfee WebAdvisor safe web browsing warns you about risky websites and helps prevents dangerous downloads and phishing attacks.
- Helps you manage your protection for all your devices from an easy-to-use web page.
- Password Manager eliminate the hassle of passwords with the multi-factor password manager app.
- File Lock helps keep your personal files private by storing them on your PC with a combination of password protection and encryption.
McAfee seems to have really improved since Intel acquired them. We swore off McAfee many years ago after a virus infection while under their protection. Researching virus protection, every single service professional we spoke to told us to stay away, recommending Norton, Kaspersky and possibly a few others. So for the better part of ten years we flip-flopped between Norton and Kaspersky. But the last time we needed a new computer, it came with McAfee, as most do.
In the event your PC gets a virus, a McAfee expert will remotely access your computer to remove it or we will offer a full refund. Don’t leave your family vulnerable with free antivirus products from other companies!
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How To Protect Against Ransomware
Ransomware is malware that employs asymmetric encryption to hold a victim’s information at ransom. Asymmetric (public-private) encryption is cryptography that uses a pair of keys to encrypt and decrypt a file. The public-private pair of keys is uniquely generated by the attacker for the victim, with the private key to decrypt the files stored on the attacker’s server.
The attacker makes the private key available to the victim only after the ransom is paid, though that is not always the case—as seen in recent ransomware campaigns. Without access to the private key, it is nearly impossible to decrypt the files that are being held for ransom.
Cracked Antivirus ‘Files’ From Torrent Are Infected With Malwares
Think about it, what is the best way to infect your Windows computer with malware? By providing a cracked version of an antivirus via torrent. The reason is simple, you are downloading an antivirus because your computer is not protected. Without protection, you have no idea these ‘free’ antivirus files from torrent are conventionally infected with ransomware, sometimes cryptocurrency miners or trojans.
Why take the risk when there are so many free antivirus from some of the best and biggest antivirus companies in the market such as AVG, Avast and more? You are not required to pay for the product’s activation code or serial number with a little bit of compromise such as the lack of some core features.
Always support the original software if you can afford it, especially for small to medium business owners. Software doesn’t magically appear, there are hardworking programmers with families and mouths to feed.