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Computer Virus Protection in Cheshire, Chester and Runcorn

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We offer a wide selection of antivirus or computer virus protection products to suit many different protection needs from high advanced levels of network work program to spam filtering. A virus is a computer program, or a piece of code and to combat it computer virus protection is needed. However, unlike other programs, a virus is hidden, and loads itself onto your system without your knowledge, so the computer virus protection system has to detect it as well as remove it.

Viruses are often written with malicious intent and therefore can do a number of damaging or simply annoying things to your system.

Antivirus or computer virus protection software is a computer program that detects, prevents, eliminate or remove malicious software programs such as these which have entered your computer through a number of ways including downloaded software or programs, saved documents on flash drives and floppy disks or through emails.

You can help protect your computer against viruses by using a wide range of computer virus protection software.

Computer viruses are software programs that are deliberately designed to interfere with computer operation, record, corrupt, or delete data, or spread themselves to other computers and throughout the Internet, generally cause harm to your computer and stop it from running efficiently.

If not protected against, they can cause organizations to lose time, money and their reputation. When a new program, email or document enters your computer network the antivirus acts to identify suspicious behaviour from any computer program which might indicate infection. Such analysis may include data captures, port monitoring and other methods.

Commercial virus protection (antivirus software) uses several approaches, with an emphasis on the virus dictionary approach; usually, the term antivirus has also been used for benign computer viruses that spread and combated malicious viruses.