Following recent malware attacks on British National Health Service, we offer some tips to keep your computer safe:
Update your Anti-Virus
Keep your anti-virus programs up to date. It may be good to upgrade to “paying” versions of the freeware on your machines to have better cover.
Update your Operating System
Upgrading from Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 to Windows 10, and is mostly free. Most computers bought with OS prior Windows 7 containing bugs yet to be fixed and can be compromised.
Following more ransomware attacks worldwide, there are now more softwares emerging to protect against malware/ransomware intrusions. While this is relatively new, it is worth to start exploring and comparing feasible anti-ransomware solutions.
Install Anti-Malware Software
We recommend Malwarebytes which lets you run and remove any malware that has gotten on to your computer.
Keep your computer safe. Keep it up to date. Do not open email attachments from suspicious sources. Back up your critical files over the cloud. In any case, help’s just a call away: +65 83330143 (Aaron) or +65 90075641 (Steve)