Spyware

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What is Spyware?

Spyware is a software that aids in gathering information about a person or organization without their knowledge and that may send such information to another entity without the consumer’s consent, or that asserts control over a computer without the consumer’s knowledge

Spyware is mostly classified into four types: system monitors, trojans, adware, and tracking cookies. Others include keyloggers which captures your keystrokes from usernames to password combinations, Trojans, rootkits, webcam spyware and web beacons, used for tracking and storing your movements on the internet, besides serving annoying popup ads.

If you’re worried about keyloggers, check out this list of the best anti-keylogger software that you can use to obliterate this type of threat.

How to update Spyware protection on your computer

Using Bitdefender is the quickest and fastest solution to update spyware protection on your computer. If you have an antivirus in your computer system, but it cannot update spyware protection, then there’s a problem, because it means your computer’s security and that of your data may be compromised.

Here are the solutions to the situation when you can’t update spyware protection on your computer.

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