Why I recommend Malwarebytes beta Ransonware to small business and online sellers.

 Is your computer safe?

One of the biggest safety issues of running a small business or selling online is having a secure computer or smart device. If you use a windows based computer, and you're or a restrictive budget. (I know what that's like).

I recommend installing Malwarebytes Free Beta Ransom Ware software if you do not already have Ransomware software installed.

It's the beta version that Malwarebytes uses to test features before implementing them into their Premium Paid version.

If can pay for the Premium Version, than do that. But their free version is very stable and updates itself when a new release comes out.

Ransomware is a type of evil software like a virus, but it locks and encrypts your computer, then forces you to pay whoever owns the Ransomware bitcoin or a digital coin to un-encrypt it. (That's assuming they actually will if you pay)

Better to just take a few extra steps. Even though Windows comes with some Ransomware, Malwarebytes has always been at the top of the game when it comes to software that I and other computer techs use to clean virus that other software didn't catch. But with Ransomware, you have to catch it or block it in advance. Generally you can not go in later and fix it, since the jerks who tricked you into installing have control of the computer and encryption.

Hope this helps.

I've been using the beta version of Ransomware from Malwarebytes since its first release as one of it original and on going testers. For quite a few years as a small online seller, who was helping care for my elderly parents until they passed away, I just didn't have much extra money. All my income was going to bills and debts. But that is no excuse. There are lots of quality free tools available to help protect your computer, and the Malwarebytes Ransomware beta version is one of them.

The latest version is pinned to the top. If you are installing it for the first time, you just need to do it once, because the beta now updates itself when a new version becomes available.