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Shavlik Technologies Integrates Patch Management And Antivirus In Single Agent
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9/26/2018 | 8:09:48 AM
On Anti-virus
There is a little scam running if you pick Avast - a good product but a third party firm conracts out for support calls and billing (they also run part of the Microsoft tech support scam).  A customer of mine was billed $600 for a year of Avast product - she realized the mistake and cancelled the whole card but it is there is quite deceptive.  Avast does nothing really about it either.  So warned
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9/25/2018 | 7:54:03 AM
Apple ID
Always use genuine Antivirus because some of the spam files are not traced by the antivirus easily. It is very necessary to scan third parties app because a lot of bloatware and spyware are present in this third-party applications. If you are apple user always encrypt your data with the high-security application, use two-factor authentication, And never share your Apple ID and any other password, logging id with other persons or third parties app. If you have any query, getting information about Apple Apple ID to follow Apple ID Support Number


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