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Malware, Spyware, and Adware Protection

We call it antivirus, but in truth it's unlikely you'll get hit with an actual computer virus. Malware these days is about making money, and there's no easy way to cash in on spreading a virus.

If you work in an office, chances are good the IT department manages your antivirus protection. That doesn't leave you well-protected if you suddenly must work from your home computer. It's bad enough to think that ransomware might encrypt your personal documents, but so much worse if it denies you access to months of documents on a work project. Likewise, you won't appreciate getting burned by a Trojan that steals hundreds of dollars from your bank account, but imagine if it stole millions from your employer. More than ever, you need antivirus protection both for your own files and your company's. We've evaluated more than 40 antivirus tools to help you pick the one that best suits your needs.

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