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He Installed 1000 Viruses, Then He Launched Antivirus - Here's What Happened Next

Have you ever done this? tried to launch more than 1000 viruses on your computer and check if your antivirus was able to solve them. get out of it ? This YouTuber did the test for you.

Having an antivirus is essential for many Internet users. While your Windows or Mac computer's firewall is already very effective in protecting yourself against online dangers, it's always worth having additional security. Antivirus programs are also very numerous today and offer all sorts of different protections. Some even add bonus services like VPN integration your computer to browse safely.

However, an antivirus, however powerful and efficient it may be, is not without flaws. But until'à to what extent ? That's the question  which YouTuber Nicholas Zetta wanted to answer. The latter had the crazy idea of ​​downloading and installing 1000 viruses on his computer. Its process was é simple: he simply clicked on all potential viruses encountered during navigation. When you usually decide not to click on a suspicious link or an image that screams malware, Nicholas simply acted steadfastly. the opposite of common sense and downloaded everything that crossed his path.

He Installed 1000 Viruses, Then He Launched Antivirus - Here's What Happened Next

Nicholas Zetta explains that downloading the 1000 viruses was not possible. very complicated. As time goes by, As he browsed, the YouTuber ended up coming across a site bringing together a multitude of viruses organized by categories. download enough to reach the symbolic figure of 1000 viruses. Nicholas details that a large part of the downloaded viruses seemed to target a younger audience, promising free skins and bonuses for games Fortnite and Roblox.

Once the viruses were installed, Nicholas Zetta launched the virus. installing several antiviruses on your computer, obviously including the best known: Kaspersky, McAfee, BitDefender… The only problem: the latter & eacute;were extremely slow to complete. install or even did not work at all, and this, à due to conflicts with previously installed viruses. Nicholas then tried to to restart his computer in order to finalize all the installations and the result surprised him: on his screen, multiple animations and window openings. Very many errors followed one another. His computer equipment is not doing any better since the fans of his computer have started to work. blow as hard as they could. This is surely explained by the fact that several viruses must have been performing multiple operations ;eacute;rations that are very resource-intensive in background tasks.

At the end of his experience, the YouTuber was almost no longer able to do anything. use the computer as it was extremely slow. It will note, however, that one of the installed antivirus programs has sent a notification that it has detected malware on the computer. One in 1000 is already a problem. not bad.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116