McAfee AntiVirus Plus
Professional protection for PC
McAfee will protect your computer against viruses, the most dangerous software, and hacker attacks. You can be sure that your PC is free of bots and rootkits. And all this with the highest performance! Not only does McAfee run in the background to keep you safe at all times, but it also employs a range of tools and features to speed up your computer.
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McAfee AntiVirus Plus
McAfee antivirus makes online protection easy
Get continuous protection from phishing, viruses, hackers, and ransomware. Your security also includes alerts before connecting to risky websites. It’s simple to install and use with 1-click fixes to help you and your family stay safer online.
Protecting your devices and personal data
Most antivirus software programs download updates automatically when you are online. This helps ensure that your protection is always up to date. We recommend that you enable real-time scanning to make sure that there are no lapses in your protection. In addition, you can schedule system scans in advance for times that work best for you.
Online protection beyond just antivirus
But life doesn’t start and end with devices alone. Having personal protection also involves your identity and privacy, particularly when it comes to the services you trust with your personal information and your data going to and from the internet. Adopting a VPN solution, regularly deleting cookies and adopting an identity monitoring service can all help to stay on top of your identity and privacy that extends beyond your devices. While you can control your security and best practices, unfortunately, you don’t have much control over what happens to your data once it’s on the internet, nor can you control when companies that you entrust your data to may get breached and leak personal info onto marketplaces like those on the Dark Web.
5 signs that your device may be infected
Depending on the type of malware, your device may exhibit varying behavior. For example:Screen takeover – a screen filled with a matrix of numbers or skull-and-crossbones accompanied by ransom instructions are consistent with being infected by ransomware.Spikes in data usage - if your data usage is increasing but you're not sure why, malware may be to blame. It's possible that a program is running in the background and transmitting your sensitive information to cybercriminals.Browser pop-ups - while in general pop-up ads are just annoying, if you’re seeing these ads when your browser is closed, you could be dealing with malware.Overheating - phones and computers are high-performance devices, but if your device unexpectedly gets hot while idle, it’s possible that malware could be stealing performance from that device and using those resources for cryptomining.Faster battery drain - similar to overheating, if your battery life becomes unexpectedly short, it could be because malware is running in the background and draining your power.
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