So what do I see for an ad, on the bottom of this page? "Top 10 Anti-virus malware removal programs". How pertinent is this?
It starts with the free versions maybe 1-5 then the payed competitors 5-10. (Of course my new "Total Defense" company didn't make it.)
It also explained a lot of material, and gave me an insight to what this malware crap is about.
However, the people that designed these "protection" programs, makes me think about the situation that happened with radar guns, and radar detectors.
The guy that invented radar guns, also invented radar detectors. And I'm sure, there's a way around the detectors, that we/I don't know about.
So are there software people designing "Anti-virus programs", and people involved with these designs, who know all about getting around these packages? Probably some, but not enough to take a chance W/O protection I guess.
P.S. Did I mention the "Bit/defender" threat was gone? It is, and why/how (?), I haven't a clue. But I'm not arguing about it.