Infected computers

So many times I hear people around me saying “hey, my computer is
infected, but it’s okay, I can still do my things.” You can still do
your things, but who knows who else is doing *their thing*, intercepting
your browsing sessions or logging every key that you press. That includes, all of
your activity on social networks such as Twitter, leading to easy account
hijacking scenarios.

So many times I hear people around me saying “hey, my computer is
infected, but it’s okay, I can still do my things.” You can still do
your things, but who knows who else is doing *their thing*, intercepting
your browsing sessions or logging every key that you press. That includes, all of
your activity on social networks such as Twitter, leading to easy account
hijacking scenarios.

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