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How to Protect computer from malware & PopUps +1-888-443-1835

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Plainly, if you are using the Internet, you can’t avoid popups. But you can protect against it. Here are a few ways to batten down the hatches and brace yourself against malware.

1. Practice safe browsing +1-888-443-1835

It won’t protect you against Pop Ups living on reputable sites, but it will decrease your odds of getting hit with the veritable wall of crap ready to greet you from the shadier side of the Internet.

2. Tighten up vulnerabilities on your computer. 1-888-443-1835

Pop Ups ads are simply a way to find security flaws hiding elsewhere in your system. Keep your software patched, update your operating system, run the latest browsers, and remove any software (especially Flash or Java) that you don’t use or need.

3. Download an ad blocker +1-888-443-1835

Ad blockers can filter out a lot of the malvertising noise, stopping dynamic scripts from loading dangerous content. However, many of the most reputable news sites rely on advertising for revenue, so they ask users to disable ad blockers in order to access content.

4. Enable click-to-play plugins on your web browser +1-888-443-1835

Click-to-play plugins keep Flash or Java from running unless you specifically tell them to (by clicking on the ad). A good bulk of Pop Ups relies on exploiting these plugins, so enabling this feature in your browser settings will offer excellent protection.

5. Run an effective anti-exploit program+1-888-443-1835

When all else fails, a good anti-exploit program can shield browser, OS, and software vulnerabilities, catching any of the riff-raff that makes it through your defenses.

So unless you’d like to become an Internet recluse, it looks like, for now, there’s not much you can do to avoid Pop Ups altogether. But with the right protections in place, you can still beat bad ads.

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