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Anti-ransomware
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Alongside antivirus software, a lot of people use anti-ransomware software nowadays. A lot of antivirus companies have either included anti-ransomware features in their security suites (e.g. Panda, AVG) or offer self-standing anti-ransomware tools that can be installed even if you don't buy their antivirus (e.g. Zone Alarm). There are also free anti-ransomware software, and I have found a big list of such programs here.

Do you think that protecting your PC against ransomware is a major priority? Do you use any such software? Confused
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