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How to know if a Windows process is a virus
There are many threats that could put our computers at risk. There are many types of viruses, malware, Trojans, attacks ... Computer hackers can even modify some characteristics of the operating system and be able to carry out their attacks in a simple way and without raising suspicions on the part of the antivirus. In this article we are going to talk about how to know if a  Windows process is a virus  . They could use them to carry out a wide variety of attacks and thus compromise privacy and security. We will also give advice to protect ourselves.  nanobiztech Processes running on Windows may be a virus Many  processes  are part of the operating system and will always be running. They are essential to be able to open the Windows menu, run the system's own applications, have a network connection. Others may also be running because we have installed them and are part of a program.  globalmarketingbusiness Now, it could be the case that some process that is running in Windows
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