Recently had reason to set up a Windows 10 box. My understanding is that Windows is a lot more secure by default than was the case 10+ years ago, whilst at the same time threats have evolved https://19216801.onl/https://routerlogin.uno/.
What are some best practices for home use? Assume a good level of technical competence and not so much "basics to help granny not get cryptolocked".
Re: What are good options for home endpoint security?
Thank you for posting. Windows OS has evoluted but malware is also evoluted. Therefore, security software should be installed on your system in spite of the home use.
The best practices for your system; - Install Security Software (Anti-malwre) - Update signatures (DAT) every day - Do not open the attachment files from your mailing software. Scan it before you open it. >Security Software has the function - Do not access the suspicous web pages >McAfee WebAdvisor(consumer product) or Web control(corporate product) has the function - Scan your all Hard drive once a week. >Anti-Malware software has the function.
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