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Avira Antivirus Pro - Review 2020 - PCMag IndiaAvira Antivirus Pro - Review 2020 - PCMag IndiaPosted: 11 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDTEvery computer needs antivirus protection, and one way companies can support that aim is to provide free antivirus to the masses. But these companies can't survive unless some users shell out their hard-earned cash for paid antivirus utilities. Piling on pro-only tools and components is one way companies encourage upgrading to a paid antivirus. Avira Antivirus Pro adds several components not available to users of Avira Free Security, but they don't really add much value. The biggest reason to pay for it is if you want to use Avira in a commercial setting, which isn't allowed with the free version.Avira's pricing is undeniably on the high side, with a list price of $59.88 per year for one license, $71.88 for three, and $95.88 for five. Admittedly, it seems to be perpetually on sale; just now, the one-license price is discounted to $44.99. That…

Is somebody invading/trying to invade my computer? - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer

Is somebody invading/trying to invade my computer? - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer


Is somebody invading/trying to invade my computer? - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer

Posted: 11 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PDT

These days two things happened that are leaving me quite paranoid over my computer

Twice Windows Notifications (I am a W10 used) popped up appearing that I had to check trouble in my Microsoft Account logging, saying perhaps my password might have changed. Thing is (I used to log on my PC my Outlook mail/Skype PW since the PIN number I can't enter) I didn't even made a change in the password (only after the first time that message came)

The second is Instagram sending messages telling me I requested to reset my password (those emails are legit as I clicked and went straight to my account) and I didn't do that as well!

Somebody is invading my PC and trying to change my passwords? It's quite weird because Malwarebytes didn't caught anything and there aren't changes that I didn't in both my PC and account


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