This process is windows, at least so far as most basic users are concerned. Here's a link that will tell you how to find out what version you have, and make sure you have a microsoft registered version.
With your firewall set to High Report Level when your "Explore" your Hard drives this program tries to contact groupo mundo's port 21 in Mexico!
But WHY does a Visual Artist Company need to receive info from our computers?
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You might be wondering why we have a screenshot of what appears to be AVG Anti-Virus, but is in fact a fake anti-virus malware that holds your computer hostage until you pay them. Turns out that some of the errors will only run once…
Sometimes they’re “antivirus” apps that pretend to find malware so you’ll buy the premium version of the app, or even download malware onto your computer. Take a look at this list of features: But are there really three points here?
Here are a few tips for identifying these apps before they make it onto your computer. Choose which apps open on startup, never miss updates on apps you use frequently, and use Mac Keeper to do them both – it’s really only two points, and not three (you’ll see why bad writing can be a warning sign in a moment).
A website may, for example, display a fictitious warning dialog stating that someone's machine is infected with a computer virus, and encourage them through manipulation to install or purchase scareware in the belief that they are purchasing genuine antivirus software.
Most have a Trojan horse component, which users are misled into installing.
They’ll offer features that sound important, but really don’t do anything at all.
Sometimes the apps that you’ll get suckered into downloading are system-cleaners that promise to clean up your computer and make it run faster.
If you get your apps from the Mac App Store, you’ll get notifications every once in a while saying that you need to run updates (though some other app stores that I could do those things right from my Mac,” you might say. You need to get familiar with what you can do with your computer, or unscrupulous marketers like those at Mac Keeper can sell you what you already have for free.