So I realized that my internet browser was recently changed somehow. For example, I visited a site that I had no idea I needed protection from. From the website I quickly downloaded an add-on, extension for my google chrome browser. But after I clicked on “Download”, and launched the program it seems to make my internet unstable. I was completely sure what to do next, all I realized that everything changed.
Now this isn’t the first time this happened to me, so I’m sure that it’s happened to you at least once. The difference with my approach this time, is I did not want to delete my browser to download another version to replace it. It was the latest Chrome and if I got another version it would be a downgrade, so I decide to do my research and find better solution and this is what I came up with:
Usually after ransomware has hijacked your browser, you will be in the program and will see that it has at least a new unknown toolbar , or you have a changed homepage. This is not uncommon and what you need is good personal cyber security (https://rubica.com/frequently-asked-questions/).
Though this is quite normal and is one of the less severe cases where your browser is jeopardized, I used some really strong personal cyber security called Rubica. Once it is downloaded it is able to see any alternative to your program that has changed without your consent. I am sure that if you’re like me, and you don’t want to have to keep checking on things. Rubica rums seamlessly in the background. Now I catch everything through my personal cyber security, with little to no effort.
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