SOLVED Driver based virus and windows defender


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These reports bear all the hallmarks of being a scam; it’s when your system locks up and an unremovable message demanding money appears on your screen that you have a problem. As for passwords, I have an open-source free of the internet password manager. I have it installed on a flash-drive, which itself is password protected and that’s the only password I know; all twenty characters off by heart! If you think you might possibly have been hacked, check out this article: https://www.wikihow.com/Detect-a-Remote-Access-to-My-Computer
And as the man said, if you need to download programs, download from the source of origin and not through a third party, where you could be downloading more than you bargain for.
 
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