What is Malware Virus

A malware program is the beginning of “Mal” in the Spanish language, which means “bad” or bad or bad word in Hindi hence it is also called “badware“, which is a good way to remember it.

Example of a Malware Virus

Malware is an acronym for “malicious software.” Examples of malware programs include viruses, worms, Trojan viruses, spyware, adware, and ransomware.


How do you get Malware viruses?

The malware is created by criminals, thieves, kidnappers, fraudsters, organized crime organizations, NGOs, and even governments.

How dangerous is malware?

Malicious software or software is dangerous, and in some cases, extremely dangerous, and can threaten your online banking, or lock all your data so that you cannot access it permanently

Where do Hackers Get malware?

Downloading malicious applications. The most common method used by cybercriminals to distribute malicious software is through applications and downloads. Apps that you find in the official apps store are generally secure, but applications that are “scammed,” or from sources that are less likely to include computer malware.

Can a Google Account be Infected?

GOOGLE ACCOUNTABLE ACCOUNT IS A PROBLEM KNOWN TO GOOGLE FOR YEARS. The accounts it contains affect the devices within Chrome AS WELL AS other apps – including CHARGES, and that means payment information!