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Comodo Internet Security Suite "Notable Newcomer to the Security Arena"

ComputorEdge Tutorial Praises Comodo's Antivirus and Firewall

Comodo Internet Security
“A notable newcomer to the security arena.”

by Michael J. Ross

Computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses and other forms of malware pose just as much a threat now as they did during the 1980s, when personal computers became widespread, and before the advent of the Web. Back then, viruses were typically spread inadvertently from one computer to another via diskettes. In our current era, these virtual viruses have a far more widespread and efficient vector for dissemination: the Internet. People nowadays will send a program or other potentially infected files to dozens of friends in their contact list, without any hesitation and without bothering to check whether or not that file might be the carrier of some electronic nastiness.

On the other hand, we have better tools at our disposal for fighting malware. These include...

Michael J. Ross is a Web developer, technical writer, and a reviewer.

 

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