Anyone who has read some materials on internet security has definitely heard of the practice of “phishing”. In a nutshell, phishing consists of a fraudster acquiring sensitive information, like passwords, credit card numbers, PIN codes by posing as a legitimate entity.
Normally not a security threat, CCC.exe is a program that normally shows up after installing an ATI graphics card or other ATI hardware. The file itself stands for Catalyst Control Center (or Catalyst Control Centre) and is designed to allow the user to manipulate and change a bunch of different display options and other features associated with the ATI graphics card installed on your computer.
As the name implies, desktop security software is a broad term to describe a myriad of different programs that help secure a desktop against all forms of threats. Although it’s a broad term, there are very specific things that desktop security seeks to deter:
If you suspect that you have virus on your PC, then you should remove it as quickly as possible. There are many types of computer viruses out there that can harm your computer, put your personal information at risk, and cause your computer to exhibit multiple problems. Luckily, there are several programs available that can assist you with removing viruses from your PC.