Like it or not, your Windows 10 is highly vulnerable to all kinds of pernicious attacks — and hackers are just getting more and more creative with creeping into your personal computer. Denial of service, SQL injections, cross-site scripting, and password attacks are just a few of the threats you’ll have to contend with. 

And what happens if your information gets hacked? Just about anything under the sun. In 2017 alone, over 16 million people fell victim to identity theft. Combine that with password or document theft, and you get the picture. Having your computer hacked can get ugly fast.

Windows 10 does come with its own default antivirus program called Windows Defender. Unfortunately, comparative studies have shown that Windows Defender doesn’t always make the cut. Several of its features are more likely to fall short against other anti-virus software options. Read more…

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