Today the anti-virus program on one of my computers (we have 4 total in our home/office) indicated that the virus definitions had expired. I only learned this after my wife said that she was getting “weird” messages from the computer. At first I suspected a virus, but after some examination I realized it was human error.
While checking things out I noticed that the computer’s anti-virus definitions were expired.
Normally I would get upset about paying Symantec an annual fee but then realized, what’s $24 to protect my computer from viruses for a year? I updated my anti-virus definitions and can rest that at least one main part of my computer is protected.
Of course if my someone clicks on something they should not and INVITES hackers in…there’s not much I can do.
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