Viruses are software programs that are deliberately designed to damage files or interfere with your computer's operation while it spreads throughout your
computer. The actual effect of any particular virus depends on how it was programmed by the person who wrote the virus.
Dollar Bank has gathered some information from the experts for you to read. Click one of the links below for detailed information on viruses and tips on how
to protect yourself.
US-CERT has been established to protect our nation's Internet infrastructure. Coordinating with the Department of Homeland
Security's National Cyber Security Division (NCSD), it will do this through global coordination of defense against and response to cyber incidents and
attacks across the United States. US-CERT now offers the National Cyber Alert System, a mechanism allowing citizens, businesses and other institutions
to communicate directly with the United States government regarding cyber security information. Learn more at
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The CERT Coordination Committee provides technical advice and responses to security compromises, CERT/CC also identifies trends in intruder activity,
works with other security experts to identify solutions and disseminates information.