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by pgc3 - 9/24/13 8:55 AM
In Reply to: Virus and Spyware by newbie8
As a prior poster mentioned, IF you have Keylogger issues you should get an A/V package that will cover such issues, there are several on the market, they are not free, the Kaspersky Internet suite or Norton 360 come to mind, there are others. Can bad things be transferred via flash drive input? It is possible, that would be the reason for a strong A/V package with which you could scan the FD prior to shipping bad things off to another system. Again, these software packages are not free. As another poster stated, a hardwire hook up, via a router, will give you some additional protection but you still need an onboard firewall and A/V software. Wireless connections are more vulnerable, especially when hooking up at large, more reason for a strong A/V set up with Keylogger capability.
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