Published: JUne 18, 2016
Time: 00:02:05 Minutes : Seconds
Category: Science and Technology
Description: This animation is set in the jungle of the internet. A band of trolls mount a virus attack in the cloud. Good netiquette saves the day.
Antivirus Netiquette Rules are common practices of using software for data protection. This is the social code of using software to protect us from viruses and other malware or data theft.
There common practices that keep our data safe with software. This category of software is conventional. It protects our information by performing a variety of functions.
Using it is a social constraint. Computers function without it. There are practices that work well in conjunction with it.
It is good internet etiquette to confirm the contents of attachments prior to opening them. More »
Back up data because protection is not full proof. More »
Create an alternate computer sign on user name account for high risk online activities. More »
Research software before installation because many companies include multiple programs in software packages. More »
Use multiple protection software programs for various tasks to prevent infection. More »
Scan everything to remove viruses. More »
Disable the email preview pane because the preview pane opens emails from unknown senders. More »
Open emails in plain text to prevent viruses. More »
Scan regularly to prevent viruses because they can attack at any time. Follow or set a schedule. More »
The customs of software used to protect our information from attack are popular. There are many high profile cases of compromise and data theft. Following these guidelines reduces risk. The threat is real. Customs of protection are conventional.
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