Monday, 9 September 2019

RAID Data Recovery Services Firm Publishes New Post On AI-Powered Software That Can Prevent Malware Attacks

Hard Drive Recovery Group, a RAID data recovery services firm based in Irvine, California, has announced that they have recently published an article titled, “Affordable AI-Powered Software Can Help Prevent Malware Attacks.” This blog post points out that software programs using artificial intelligence (AI) technology are needed to prevent malware attacks because hackers are smart people who are able to create codes for the specific purpose of infecting computers in order to steal critical information from computers.

Maureen Davies, a representative for Hard Drive Recovery Group, says, “If you do a lot of banking and shopping online, you’re definitely going to need this AI-powered software. One thing you need to know about the Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection is that it’s not an anti-virus software. There’s actually a big difference between the two.”

The difference is that an anti-virus relies on its database of existing vulnerabilities. To protect the computer from malware infection, it makes use of signature-based detection of malicious software. However, that is not sufficient. Cyber attacks have become more complicated and 75 percent of them are brand new, which means that they are not likely to be listed yet in the database of an antivirus software.

The Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection takes a more proactive approach by scanning all Internet traffic, whether incoming or outgoing, for malicious connections and then it blocks them. This particular AI-supported software is actually affordable. And it can be used to supplement the standard antivirus software.

Unfortunately, there is no such kind of protection that can prevent a hard drive from failing. Whether or not the computer has been exposed to a malware or virus attack, hard drives can fail. And the antivirus and malware protection software cannot prevent the hard drive from failing or crashing. When a hard drive failure happens, people will just need to fix servers and their RAID hard drives and get the services of a hard drive recovery expert from a company like Hard Drive Recovery Group.

RAID networks are still able to function even if one the drives fail because of its built-in redundancy. However, it will be functioning in a “critical” or “degraded” state and its performance will have declined. This usually happens because the data that was lost in the failed drive will have to be generated “on the fly” from the parity data. The failed hard drive will have to be replaced and after this is done, and the array will have to be generated on the new drive through the use of the RAID controller.

Furthermore, while the array is working in its degraded mode, it is vulnerable because at that particular time, it no longer has redundancy. Thus, it is important to replace the failed drive as soon as possible.

Then there is the possibility of multiple drive failure or other equally serious problems. If one of these occur, it is necessary to call for assistance from a professional RAID data recovery firm, particularly if the array’s files are not regularly backed up. Fortunately, with the use of special tools, facilities and software, and skilled experts from a company like Hard Drive Recovery Group, data recovery can almost always be a success.

There are various DIY methods for recovering data for RAID systems through the hex editor. However, it is important to know that these methods will entail certain risks and it is advisable to back up the drives before making any of those attempts.

For professional RAID recovery services, the Hard Drive Recovery Group can boast of their broad experience. They have been recovering hundreds of RAID servers a month for more than a decade. They also have a Class 100 clean room, which ensures that the RAID server recovery will be performed in a professional and risk free environment.

Those who are interested in new blog posts and other stories from the Hard Drive Recovery Group can visit their website or contact them through the telephone or via email.

from Hard Drive Recovery Group

Thursday, 5 September 2019

5 Easy Steps To Reset Your MacBook Pro

You can reset your MacBook Pro. As a matter of fact, you should. If you want to sell or give it to someone, you should reset it back to factory default. That way, all your personal data, photos, and videos aren’t exposed. It’s also a good idea to reset your MacBook Pro if it’s slowing down a bit.

If your MacBook Pro is performing very slowly or you want to sell it or give it to someone else, you may want to reset it to factory conditions.

In plain English this means restoring your MacBook Pro to how it worked when you took it out of the box.


Here are the steps to reset your MacBook Pro. You’d be surprised how easy it is to do. Before you actually start to reset your MacBooK Pro, you have to be crystal clear with the reason why you’re doing it. Are you giving the unit away? If you are, the first thing you would have to do is to unlink your MacBook Pro from your Apple ID.

Here’s how you can do it.

If you want to give your MacBook Pro away, you’ll need to unlink it from your Apple ID, otherwise the new owner may have trouble signing in via iCloud. The easiest way to do this is to boot up your MacBook Pro, open System Preferences > iCloud and choose to ‘Sign Out’. You can safely choose to erase local copies iCloud data on your Mac, as they’re backed up to Apple’s servers.

Alternatively, open any web browser, visit the iCloud website and sign in with your Apple ID. Select ‘Find my iPhone’. Your MacBook Pro will be listed under ‘All Devices ‘.
Select your MacBook Pro and click ‘Remove from Account’. Make sure to repeat these steps for each person who’s signed into your MacBook with their Apple ID.


Whether you’re selling your MacBook or not, you should back up all your data. This way, your data is preserved and safe.

Although you may want to reset your MacBook Pro to its default settings, you might have data like documents, photos and videos that you want to keep.

If you keep backups via Time Machine, insert your chosen drive into your MacBook Pro, click the Time Machine icon at the top of your screen and choose ‘Back up Now’.

Connect the drive to your device. The Mac Operating System will ask if you wish to use this drive for backup purposes.

Click to confirm and the backup process will begin automatically; this can take several hours. You can buy drives specifically formatted for macOS on the Apple online store but any external hard drive will do, as Time Machine will automatically format it to be Mac Compatible.

This process erases any data already on the drive, so make sure to use a new or blank one.


Once all your data have been backed up, you can erase or delete them from your hard drive. Follow the instructions below to erase all your data from your hard drive.

Once Time Machine has finished backing up your files, safely disconnect your drive by opening Finder, then click the eject symbol next to the drive name.

Put the backup drive in a safe place, then shut down your MacBook Pro. Once your device is fully shut down, make sure the power adapter is connected then hold down the keys Cmd + Alt + R before restarting your MacBook Pro.

If all goes well you’ll see the words ‘Starting Internet Recovery’ on your screen along with the image of a spinning globe. Release the keys and wait for Internet Recovery to finish loading. If you don’t see a small progress bar on screen, click the name of your wireless network and enter your password. This allows your MacBook Pro to download the tools it needs.

Once the Recovery Area has been loaded, click ‘Disk Utility’ then ‘Continue’. Your MacBook Pro’s hard drive will be displayed in the white box on the left hand side – it's default name is ‘Macintosh HD’.

Click to highlight this drive in blue, then choose the ‘Erase’ button. Double check that the ‘Format’ is set to macOS Extended (Journaled), then click the ‘Erase’ button.


The next step for you to do is to reinstall macOS. To do this, you would really have to be crystal clear with the reason why you’re resetting your MacBooK Pro. If you’re giving it away, you won’t be getting an updated version of the operating system. Since you’ve already unlinked your Apple ID, you can only use the Internet Recovery Tools to reinstall macOS.

Once your hard drive has been fully erased, click the words ‘Disk Utility’ at the top left-hand corner of the screen, then choose ‘Quit’. This will take you back to the main page of the Internet Recovery area.

Click the Wi-Fi symbol at the top right of the screen and make sure there’s a black tick next to the name of your own wireless network. If not, click the network name to connect.

Once you’ve done this, click the second option in the center of the screen marked ‘Reinstall macOS’ or ‘Reinstall OS X’, then click continue. This will begin the reinstall wizard. Note that this will usually be the operating system which originally came with your MacBook Pro, not necessarily the most recent version of macOS.

This is because you’re using the Internet Recovery Tools. If you use the standard Mac Recovery area to reinstall macOS, the operating system will be linked to your Apple ID, meaning your password would be required for every software update.

The Internet Recovery tools don’t require this, which is very useful if you’re giving your MacBook Pro to someone else. If they want the latest version of macOS, persuade them to sign in to the App Store and download it using their own Apple ID, once reinstall is complete.

Click ‘Continue’ to proceed, then ‘Agree’ to the Terms and Conditions. The install wizard will now ask you to choose the destination drive. Click the one your erased in the previous step (e.g. ‘Macintosh HD’ )then on ‘Install’.

Reinstall time will vary depending on your connection speed. Keep your MacBook Pro connected to mains power with the lid open whilst this is taking place.


Finally, it’s time to launch Setup Assistant. If you’re giving or selling your MacBook to someone, you don’t have to do this part. If you’re keeping your MacBook Pro, read on.

Once the Mac operating system has been successfully reinstalled, your MacBook Pro will launch Setup Assistant. This is the install wizard you went through when you first purchased your device.

If you plan to sell or give away your MacBook Pro, you can now shut down the device. The new owner can then restart Setup Assistant and enter their own details when they’re ready.

If you reset your MacBook Pro to fix a problem such as a slow system, click ‘Next’ to accept the default language. Setup Assistant will next offer you the chance to connect to WiFi - click the name of your network, then enter your WiFi password.

The Assistant will then ask if you want to transfer information to this MacBook Pro. This ‘migration’ feature is very useful for people who buy new devices and want to move data over from an old Mac.

If you use it here however, it may also restore the software problem that caused you to reset your MacBook Pro in the first place!

Choose ‘Don’t transfer’ for now and also ‘Don’t sign in’ if asked to enter your Apple ID and password. Setup Assistant will now ask you to enter your ‘Full Name’ and ‘Password’ to create an Administrator account on your MacBook Pro.

Enter the name ‘Test’ and password ‘test12345’ to be taken to the macOS desktop. At this stage, you may be asked to sign in with your Apple ID. Once again, choose ‘Don’t sign in’ for now.


These are the 5 easy steps to reset your MacBook Pro. Now, if you don’t want to take a chance to reset your MacBOok Pro yourself, it’s okay. That’s understandable especially if you have confidential files in your MacBook Pro. The fact that you have to delete them can be a frightening thought.

If that’s how you feel, a better alternative for you is the Hard Drive Recovery Group. They offer services that you will find very useful in retrieving and protecting your confidential files.

5 Easy Steps To Reset Your MacBook Pro was originally seen on The Hard Drive Recovery Group Blog


Wednesday, 4 September 2019

RAID Data Recovery Services Provider Discusses External Hard Drive Errors, iPadOS With New Posts

With two recent blog posts, Hard Drive Recovery Group discusses not only fatal errors on external hard drives that can create problems for users, but also some of the new features of the iPadOS, which will soon be released in non-beta format to iPad users. These posts continue the RAID data recovery service's dedication to educating its customers about hard drives and data recovery tips.

In the post entitled, "Fatal Errors On External Hard Drives: Here's How You Can Fix Them", Hard Drive Recovery Group discusses the five main causes of fatal errors, and also notes techniques to recover and or fix these errors. Some of these may be as basic as simply changing a USB cable, and some may require greater expertise, such as when the user has to consider looking under the hood in Windows.

"One of the greatest issues that people tend to have with external hard drives in general is that these hard disks are quite fragile at times, and tend to report fatal errors that are overblown," said Maureen Davies, spokesperson for Hard Drive Recovery Group. "When it comes to any kind of hard drive error, it's always important to consider the fact that the actual issue that is causing it may be the least complicated, and the easiest to fix."

Each day, Hard Drive Recovery Group receives at least five calls from users with external hard drive issues that really do not require the help of a data recovery expert. Instead, users are typically pointed to classic error-checking programs such as chkdsk or to Windows Device Manager to solve their issues. Typically, this works wonders, but the tools are much more limited in complex situations, such as RAID disk examination or error checking.

"External hard drives are for the most part excellent devices, but because they are carried around quite a lot and because they often have to be continually plugged in to different systems, there are definitely a number of points of failure," said Davies. "The key is to understand that if your computer is reporting a fatal error, it may not be such a big deal as long as there hasn't been a physical problem such as the drive falling on the floor."

In a second post entitled, "Get To Know The Features Of The iPadOS", Hard Drive Recovery Group discusses some of the new unique features that will be central to the latest iPad operating system. The OS is currently still in public beta, but promises a wide variety of iPad-specific features once it is finally released.

"Fundamentally, iPadOS does appear to be extremely similar to iOS 12, which came on previous iPads, but there are definitely some cool features here," said Davies. "This only makes sense, as it is pretty obvious that iPad users are often very different and have different goals than MacBook or Mac Pro users. This is an attempt to redress the imbalance there."

Some of the new features discussed include the new ability for an iPad user to attach an external mouse, a multi-screen multitasking interface for more experienced users, and also a feature called SideCar, which enables the iPad to become an extension of the user's MacBook if activated. None of these are going to change the world for iPad users, but they do at least suggest that Apple is paying attention to this segment, and that they are serious about it.

"This is one of those feature sets that tends to move the iPad beyond its status as a 'fancy toy' and into something like a productivity tool," said Davies. "One of the biggest issues for iPad users has always been that there were no external storage options that could be used. With this new OS, that's all changed."

from Hard Drive Recovery Group

Monday, 2 September 2019

5 Horrifying Scenarios That Lead To Data Loss

Everyone has experienced data loss. No one is spared from it. You have probably experienced it already. The question is, did you learn from the painful experience of losing valuable data?

Maybe you did learn a thing or two but to think that it’s never going to happen is wishful thinking. Data loss can happen again and again and again. That’s how serious data loss is.

According to Small Business Trends, 140,000 hard drives fail in the United States every week, while Data Loss itself is up 400% since 2012. Yet, 68% of SMBs do not have a disaster recovery plan.


You don’t really have to be a small business owner to have a disaster recovery plan in place. But if you are, you better have one. You can’t afford to be part of the 68% of SMBs that don’t have any kind of recovery plan. Don’t wait for a disaster to happen when you need data recovery. You need to protect your business with a solid recovery plan.

Truth is, data loss could be just around the corner for you. Considering the 5 horrifying scenarios that lead to data loss, you’re bound to lose crucial files anytime now. Here are the 5 horrifying scenarios that lead to data loss.

The first horrifying scenario is a damaged hard drive. While the lifespan of a hard drive can be long, it’s not forever.

You might love using that old computer but at some point due to wear and tear, that hard drive will fail. Hard drives are some of the most fragile parts of a computer, with as mentioned above, 140,000 hard drives crashing every week. Issues for this can range from mechanical issues to human misuse or mishandling, including the dreaded computer drop.

There are even some signs to be on the lookout for, like your computer being unusually hot, consistent freezes, computer grinding noises, just to name a few.


The second horrifying scenario that leads to data loss is a virus or malware attack.

You may think you are protected, but there is a good chance you're not as hackers get better at creating tools to invade and infect your computer. On a business level viruses can steal and delete crucial data, bringing businesses to their knees if not properly prepared. Guarding against malware is crucial.


The third horrifying scenario is something you have no control of. The weather has become more unpredictable these days. There is just no way to tame it. The rains are stronger and the floods are deeper. They can damage and ruin anything in just a couple of seconds.

Sometimes mother nature is purely unforgiving, whether your home or business is damaged by a storm, it is crucial to have a plan ready just in case. From tornados to fires, all it takes is one wrong natural disaster to ruin a day.


Another horrifying scenario that leads to data loss is human error. How many times have you deleted a file accidentally? No matter how computer savvy you are, you’re bound to make that error.

Human’s can put a rover on Mars, but sometimes we do stupid things with computers. At some point, it is going to happen. You might accidentally delete an important PDF or presentation without even realizing it.

Let’s face it; things get confusing when you are working late at night. Data loss caused by human error range from hard drive damage to liquid spills, to software corruption and accidental hard drive formatting.


Hackers can make your life miserable. Once they’ve penetrated your computer, you’re doomed. That is the 5th horrifying scenario that leads to data loss.

Cybersecurity should be on the tip of every major small business, laptop user, and a major corporation if it is not already. Hacking and data breaches have become more common over the years with news stories covering the next “XYZ” organization or even a person losing their data to an unwarranted attack.

Tools like have the right servers, having adequate firewalls, and even using complex passwords are the keys to tackling this issue.


These horrifying scenarios can happen anytime of the day. Hence, is the reason why you need a service that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Thursday, 29 August 2019

5 Reliable External Hard Drives Available Now

We all need an external hard drive. It’s very convenient to have one because it allows us to carry all our data everywhere, we go.

The advantage of having an external hard drive is that you can easily carry large amounts of data anywhere and simply upload or download them from multiple computers/laptops at once. The traditional disc based hard drive is still in use, but there are many SSD’s that you could buy these days. They are more reliable and long-lasting.


Fortunately for us, external hard drives have become a lot sturdier. This is not to say that they’re not prone to fail because they are. Even if they’re long-lasting, they will eventually fail. It just takes a longer time for them to fail.

Then again, who are we to complain? External hard drives have come a long way.

There are ones designed to be used static as backup servers in home or office. Similarly, there are portable ones that are compact and easy to carry. Major brands like Seagate, Samsung, Western Digital, Toshiba, Kingston, Corsair and many others make hard drives these days.


Here are the 5 reliable external hard drives that we can all get now.

The first on the list is the Toshiba Canvio Basics 1 TB Portable External Hard Drive. If you’re looking for a sleek and compact external hard drive with a massive amount of space for storage, then this one’s for you.

Toshiba is one of the popular brands that continue to make hard disks, despite stiff competition with other more popular players in the market. The 1 TB Canvio Basics series provides a very compact product that you could comfortably carry around in your bag. Besides, it is very affordable and you could even buy two of them if needed or go with much larger sizes, including 2 TB and even a massive 4 TB variant to store large files. The storage size is purely based on user needs and if you have a requirement, you can buy one.


The second on the list is the Western Digital 4 TB Elements Portable External Hard Drive. If you’re dealing with super mega files and you need more than just 1TB of storage, then this colorful line of external drives is perfect for you.

The Western Digital brand is a household name among hard disk owners as it has been around for a long time now and people typically buy the brand without second thoughts. If you are a serious PC builder for media editing or gaming purposes, you will probably know WD already. If not, all you need to know is that it is one of the best companies around with great warranty claim, warranty period and will definitely provide great value for the money you pay. The WD 4 TB Elements Portable edition is an extremely nice looking gadget even though all it does is store data and help you transfer it easily.


The Seagate Backup Plus 2 TB Portable Hard Drive is third on the list. This is a slim hard drive that you can easily carry around.

The best hard drives are the ones that are compact and easy to carry around. While there are large storage racks and NAS setup in which you have to actually keep them in the same place, most common users would be interested in having a portable, large storage solution. The Seagate Backup Plus 2 TB portable hard drive ideally meets this requirement. While the 2 terabyte storage is being listed here, it is not the only one being offered by the company. The hard drive is available in different size variants ranging from a simple 1TB all the way up to a massively sized 5 TB variant.


Another Western external hard drive is fourth on the list. The Western Digital My Book Desktop External Hard Drive boasts of 8 TB of storage.

The purpose of this model is to make it easier to store large, when we say large we really mean it. The brand provides massive storage solutions on par with servers as the highest variant has 10 TB of storage solution for your exceptionally large files.


The fourth on the list is the Silicon Power 1 TB Black Rugged Armor External Drive with shock proofing. This another portable external hard drive that’s built to last for, supposedly, a long time.

The Silicon Power is an extremely rugged product and the manufacturers tried to convey the information by using lots of different words. One of the keywords that you should definitely consider is shockproof which helps the product stand apart from every other product out there. While the hard disk is not SSD, it is still more reliable because of the external pouch used to cover the hard disk. It is supposed to keep the disc drive quite safe and safeguard it against accidental drops but make sure you don’t drop it too many times. The longevity of the product is much higher because of the external cover used.


These 5 reliable external hard drives are definitely worth the money. So, go right ahead and choose the one that suits your needs most. Just keep in mind that you also need a reliable hard drive recovery service in case your choice of storage hardware fails you.

The Hard Drive Recovery Group specializes in both and

The following blog post 5 Reliable External Hard Drives Available Now is courtesy of HDRG


Wednesday, 28 August 2019

RAID Data Recovery Services Provider Discusses Macs, Clean Up And Deleted Files In New Posts

In two of its recent blog posts, Hard Drive Recovery talks about file system maintenance, computer cleanup and restoring deleted files from a USB drive using a Mac system. The posts continue the RAID data recovery service's dedication to customer education, of particular concern in the Mac world, where there is often far less technical information available for novice users.

In the post, "Practical Ways To Clean Up Your Mac", Hard Drive Recovery Group discusses freeing up space on a Mac system - particularly important as Macs rarely provide the opportunity to either upgrade to a larger hard drive or add an additional internal hard disk to the system. Items like old documents and videos as well as duplicate files can become a major space hog on any Mac system, so searching them out and deleting them can do wonders for the user.

"There are not as many file management applications for Macs in general, but the ones that are available tend to be quite usable for minor file clean up," said Maureen Davies, spokesperson for Hard Drive Recovery Group. "Each and every day computers tend to pile up files on their drives, so scheduled maintenance is critical for a smooth running machine."

The article also addresses the idea of moving larger or rarely used hard drives to alternative storage media, such as an external hard drive or the cloud. This technique tends to be very valuable, as some of the largest files that a user has stored are frequently the ones that are used the least.

"Easily one of the biggest disk space hogs on virtually any personal computer system tends to be video files, mainly because they tend to be so incredibly large," said Davies. "Fortunately, it is rare to constantly need all video files on an internal hard drive, so it is better to move those to a USB or external drive. The savings can be immense!"

In a second blog post, entitled, "Recovering Deleted Files From USB: Can You Do It On Mac?", discusses how some Mac users are making use of a software called Disk Drill 3 to recover accidentally deleted files from a USB storage device. The software has been very popular among Mac users, and boasts a fairly good set of reviews.

"While Hard Drive Recovery Group data recovery engineers rarely recommend data recovery software for potential customers because of the vastness of the market and the potential for malfunctioning or even damaging software, Disk Drill 3 is a reasonable package," said Davies. "Again, considering that the Mac iOS is such a smaller software ecosystem than that of Microsoft's Windows, programs like this are much harder to come by for the typical Mac user."

The Disk Drill 3 software not only offers minor file and data recovery features; it also offers other solid file management tools such as the ability to find and delete duplicate files, as well as a strong backup feature. Essentially, it is one of the most robust, yet safest data recovery software products on the market for Macs.

"Obviously, if a user encounters a full-on catastrophic physical hard disk failure, a product like Disk Drill 3 is simply not going to be effective at all," said Davies. "But, for minor accidental deletions, this is a reasonable product that at least is going to protect deleted files from being overwritten."

As a RAID data recovery provider, Hard Drive Recovery Group does stress that data recovery software should really only be used on single disk, personal systems. RAID arrays and other complex multi-disk setups for business, says Davies, should only be examined and repaired by data recovery professionals, as the data on these systems tends to be quite valuable.

from Hard Drive Recovery Group

Sunday, 25 August 2019

Affordable AI-Powered Software Can Help Prevent Malware Attacks

Hackers are smart people. They figure out codes for the sheer purpose of infecting our computers. The reason why they do it is because they want to steal critical information from our computers.

The Internet is a dangerous place. With just a few lines of code, hackers are able to infect your devices with an increasingly large number of powerful malware bots that can compromise everything from your browsing history to your entire hard drive, and they're only becoming craftier by the day.


How can we protect our computers from these crafty hackers? Luckily for us, there is an AI-powered software that can stop viruses and malware from attacking our computers.

Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection is an award-winning program that uses AI technology to block viruses and malware. Right now, thanks to Windows Central Digital Offers, a lifetime subscription for your PC is currently available for 20 percent off the regular $51 price, bringing the total down to just $40.


For just $40, we can get comprehensive protection. That’s a very affordable price to pay for that kind of protection.

Whether you're primarily concerned with leaked data or breaches that can put your entire hard drive in the hands of a hacker, this comprehensive protection program has you covered.

Thanks to multi-layered, AI-powered protection, you'll be able to scan every bit of traffic on your PC 24/7 and protect yourself against the most advanced ransomware, viruses, spyware, and advanced persistent threats (APTs). This platform even allows you to safely bank and shop online with protection against data thieves.


Now, if you do a lot of banking and shopping online, you’re definitely going to need this AI-powered software.

One thing you need to know about the Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection is that it’s not an anti-virus software. There’s actually a big difference between the two.

An anti-virus software depends on its database of existing vulnerabilities. To prevent your computer from being infected, it uses its signature-based detection of malicious software.

Unfortunately, that’s not enough. Cyberattacks have become more complicated nowadays. As a matter of fact, 75% of them are brand new. That means, they’re unlisted in the database of your anti-virus software, that is, if you one installed.

The Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection is more proactive. It identifies malicious connections by scanning all your incoming and outgoing internet traffic.

The Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection not only identifies malicious connections, it also blocks them. That way, your computer is protected from any kind of malware that could be downloaded and installed.

In other words, it keeps the hackers away. You can have peace of mind that the personal information stored in your computer is safe and protected. You wouldn’t want a hacker to gain access to your credit card that you use for online shopping, would you? Didn’t think so.

Consider the Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection as supplement to your anti-virus software. They can work hand-in-hand to protect your computer.

If you think it’s going to cost you an arm and a leg to experience comprehensive protection, think again. You can get lifetime protection for your PC for just $40. This is 20% off their usual price.

Safeguard your PC with a lifetime subscription to Heimdal Thor Foresight Home Malware Protection for just $40, 20 percent off its usual price for a limited time.


Now is a very good time to really make use of this particular malware protection software. You’ll only be paying once to have lifetime protection. You can’t go wrong with that kind of deal.

It would definitely be great to have software that could protect your computer from both malware and virus attacks. Too bad there's no software that could prevent hard disks from failing.  Sure, you can always make use of a recovery software but that doesn’t prevent a hard drive from failing.

Hard drives will fail, even without a malware or virus attack. Malware and anti-virus protection software won’t stop your hard drive from crashing or failing.

When your hard drive crashes or fails, you need to have reliable people to turn to. For example, you need an expert who can help get back your data in case your hard drive fails. An expert with solid experience is one who can help add another layer of protection to all the data stored in your computer.

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RAID Data Recovery Services Firm Publishes New Post On AI-Powered Software That Can Prevent Malware Attacks

Hard Drive Recovery Group, a RAID data recovery services firm based in Irvine, California, has announced that they have recently published a...