Most cyber attacks target out-of-date applications such as Acrobat, Flash, Java and Office.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2012
Over 500,000 computers are infected with malware that will cause them to lose internet access after July 9th. The FBI has asked that computer users visit http://www.dcwg.org, to determine if their computer is infected, and learn how to fix the problem. It is important to visit the site, as most victims do not know that their computer is infected, and their antivirus is disabled.
Alternatively, users can install Daily Safety Check, a next generation computer security service. Daily Safety Check will remove any malware, plus it prevents the type of attacks that caused this incident, and alerts you if you are ever attacked.
For users who have antivirus software, most cyber attacks target out-of-date applications such as Acrobat, Flash, Java and Office. Users should ensure that they have the latest antivirus definitions and the latest security updates for all of their software. Daily Safety Check can perform this with daily software fixes, as well as state of the art antivirus protection, and hacker monitoring and alerts.
To interview Daily Safety Check founder, James McKenney, or find out more about computer security issues, please contact media(at)dailysafetycheck(dot)com.
About Daily Safety Check
Daily Safety Check is a next generation computer security company, applying layered security principles to home and business computers. The Home Edition includes antivirus software, plus applies daily security fixes, monitors for hackers and alerts you if you are attacked.