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 Оглавление
Введение   3
Глава 1. Понятие, предмет административного спора  5
1.1. Понятие административно-правового спора  5
1.2. Предмет административно-правового спора как элемент его структуры (состава)  11
Глава 2. Виды административно-правовых споров  15
2.1. Критерии классификации административно-правовых споров  15
2.2. Классификация административно-правовых споров в сфере     регистрации юридических лиц   19
Глава 3. Способы разрешения административно-правовых споров  23
3.1. Система средств (способов)  разрешения административных споров  23
3.2. Административный порядок разрешения спора  26
Заключение   32
Список использованных источников
 
Нормативные правовые акты
1.        Конституция Российской Федерации  от 12 декабря 1993 (с учетом поправок, внесенных Законами РФ о поправках к Конституции РФ от 30.12.2008 № 6-ФКЗ, от 30.12.2008 № 7-ФКЗ) // Собрание законодательства РФ. 2009. № 4.  Ст. 445.
2.        Арбитражный процессуальный кодекс Российской Федерации  от 24.07.2002 № 95-ФЗ// Собрание законодательства РФ. 2002. № 30. Ст. 3012.
3.        Гражданский процессуальный кодекс Российской Федерации от 14.11.2002 № 138-ФЗ// Собрание законодательства РФ.2002. № 46. Ст. 4532.
4.        Кодекс Российской Федерации об административных правонарушениях от 30.12.2001 № 195-ФЗ// Собрание законодательства РФ. 2002. № 1 (ч. 1). Ст. 1.
5.        Федеральный закон от 04.11.2005 № 137-ФЗ "О внесении изменений в некоторые законодательные акты Российской Федерации и признании утратившими силу некоторых положений законодательных актов Российской Федерации в связи с осуществлением мер по совершенствованию административных процедур урегулирования споров" // Собрание законодательства 2005. № 45. Ст. 4585.
6.        Приказ Минприроды РФ от 28.04.2010 № 128 «Об утверждении Административного регламента Министерства природных ресурсов и экологии Российской Федерации по исполнению государственной функции "Организация приема граждан, обеспечение своевременного и полного рассмотрения устных и письменных обращений граждан, принятие по ним решений и направление ответов заявителям в установленный законодательством Российской Федерации срок». (Зарегистрировано в Минюсте РФ 16.07.2010 № 17881) // БНА федеральных органов исполнительной власти. № 32. 09.08.2010.
7.        Приказ Минприроды РФ от 17.06.2009 № 156 (с изм. от 16.06.2010) «Об утверждении Административного регламента Федерального агентства по недропользованию по исполнению государственной функции по организации проведения в установленном порядке конкурсов и аукционов на право пользования недрами» (Зарегистрировано в Минюсте РФ 05.08.2009 № 14476) // БНА федеральных органов исполнительной власти, № 38, 21.09.2009.
8.        Приказ Минприроды РФ от 29.09.2009 № 315 «Об утверждении Административного регламента Федерального агентства по недропользованию по исполнению государственных функций по осуществлению выдачи, оформления и регистрации лицензий на пользование недрами, внесения изменений и дополнений в лицензии на пользование участками недр, а также переоформления лицензий и принятия, в том числе по представлению Федеральной службы по надзору в сфере природопользования и иных уполномоченных органов, решений о досрочном прекращении, приостановлении и ограничении права пользования участками недр». (Зарегистрировано в Минюсте РФ 25.12.2009 № 15837) // БНА. № 10. 08.03.2010.
 
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By default, Windows Firewall blocks network discovery, but you can enable this feature. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs in your firewall or firewall port open a certain program to transfer data from your computer or through a firewall. Allowing a program to communicate through a firewall (unblocking) is like drilling holes in your firewall. Every time you open the port or allow a program to communicate through the firewall, your computer becomes less secure. The more allowed programs or open ports your firewall has, the more opportunities there are for hackers or malicious software to use one of those openings to spread a worm, access your files, or use your computer to spread malicious software to others. Usually safer to add a program to the exceptions list instead of opening the port. If you open a port, it remains open until it is closed, regardless of whether or not a program is using it. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs, "the hole" by Support Center checks several components of the computer maintenance and security, which indicate the overall computer performance. When the status of a component (for example, an antivirus program has expired) Support Center sends you notification that appears in the notification area on the taskbar. Depending on the severity of the message changes the color of the component, and on the basis of this, we recommend that you take appropriate action. Select the check box to check the support center component changes or challenges, or clear the checkbox to stop the assessment component. If you prefer to keep track of the status of the component (for example, uses a different backup program included with Windows, or backs up files manually) and notify is not required, you can disable them. If the change settings page, select support center. Spyware is software that is installed on your computer to view and record your activity. Some types of spyware record your keystrokes and information entered on websites or other programs and then use that information for targeted advertising or identity theft. These programs can be installed on your computer in various ways or be hidden inside of software such as free games, screen savers, and animated cursors. The following are some of the signs of spyware. You notice new toolbars, links, or favorites that you did not add in a Web browser. Home page, mouse pointer, or search program suddenly changing. When entering the address for a specific Web site is a Web site that has no relation to the desired. You see pop-up ads, even if your computer is not connected to the Internet. Your computer suddenly If you are found spyware or other potentially unwanted software, you should get rid of it by using the tools in the detection and removal of spyware. Spyware can also try to delete it manually. You may need to repeatedly use both of these methods to completely get rid of spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Use the tool to detect and remove spyware, Windows Defender is built into this version of Windows, helps prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer. If enabled, Windows Defender alerts you about the attempts of spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer, the user determines what is to be done with each of the detected objects: ignore, quarantine (move to another location on your computer. Anti-spyware programs often come in packages of anti-virus programs. If you have already installed an antivirus program, check to see if protection from spyware or is it possible to add this functionality in the form of an update, and then scan your computer regularly. List of other antispyware programs see on the Web site of Microsoft security at home. Remove spyware spyware is Sometimes difficult to manually remove. If an antispyware program notifies you that it cant remove spyware, follow the instructions provided by the antispyware program. If the proposed actions do not bring the desired result, try the following. Try to install antivirus or another antispyware program. Many antivirus programs also come with protection against spyware. Check programs and features for sites, which should not be on your computer. Click here to open the "programs and features". When you use this method, be extremely careful. In Control Panel, provides a variety of programs, most of which are not spyware. Many spyware programs use special installation methods that do not appear in the list of programs and features. Some spyware removal function and can be removed with this method. Only remove programs that you can explicitly define as spyware, and do not remove programs that you might want to keep, even if you dont use them. For more information, see. in the uninstall or change a program. Reinstall Windows.Some spyware programs can hide so they cannot be deleted. If spyware could not be removed by antispyware program or control panel, you might need to reinstall Windows and your programs. If you reinstall Windows in addition to spyware and other files and programs. If you need to reinstall Windows, back up your documents and files, and make sure you have the disks for subsequent reinstallation of the program you want. If you are a member of the Microsoft SpyNet community, and Windows Defender detects software on your computer, which is not known to be dangerous, you may be asked to submit the sample to Microsoft SpyNet for analysis. When you are prompted, Windows Defender displays a list of files that can help analysts determine whether that nocuous program. You can send all those in the list of files and their part. Information about joining SpyNet. Using the quarantine program, Windows Defender, moves it to a different location on your computer. Thus, Windows Defender prevents the program until it is repaired or removed. Remove or restore quarantined objects click to open Windows Defender. On the Tools menu, click quarantined items, click view to view all items. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Browse all objects check box, and then click the button for each of them to remove or restore button. To delete all quarantined items from your computer, click Remove all. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Attention! Do not restore the program with critical or high alert ratings because it might jeopardize the privacy and security of your computer. To prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer, turn on Windows Defender real-time protection and select all real-time protection options. When a program attempts to install itself on your computer, an alert will be issued. To protect your personal data and your computer, we recommend that you select all real-time protection options. Real-time protection alerts you when spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer. Depending on the alert level, the user can apply to this program, one of the following: Quarantine. Moves the program to another location on your computer, and lets it run until it is repaired or removed. Remove. Permanently deletes the software from your computer. Allow. Adds a program to the list of allowed programs in Windows Defender and allow it to run. Windows Defender will not be alert about the potential threat of privacy or the security of your computer, which can represent this program. Add a program to the list of allowed only if you trust the software and the software publisher. You can select the programs and settings for Windows Defender should watch, but we recommend that you use all options for protection in real time. Windows Defender provides two modes: quick scan or full scan of the computer. If you believe a site has infected spyware computer scan parameters can be configured to scan only the drives and folders that raise suspicion.  The quick scan checks the hard disk areas, most commonly infected spyware. Full system scan checks all files on your hard disk and all currently running programs, but might cause your computer to run slowly until the scan is finished. We recommend that you schedule a daily quick scan. If you suspect that spyware has infected your computer, always perform a full system scan. Use the latest versions of antispyware software. Windows Defender, which ships with this version of Windows, helps prevent an install or run on your computer for spyware and other potentially unwanted software or adware. You can also automatically search for and remove spyware that might already be installed. Perform regular updates of the system. Microsoft regularly releases security updates, protecting against unauthorized spyware installed on your computer. Most new antivirus programs have spyware protection, they should also be regularly updated. It is recommended that you enable Windows Update and regularly update antivirus software and anti-spyware programs. For more information, see. for more information, see Get security updates for Windows and using Windows Defender. View license agreement before ustanavliv Review the license agreement before installing the software. When you visit Web sites do not automatically agree to download any proposed content on them. When you download free software, such as software for file sharing or screen savers, read the license agreement. Pay particular attention to terms requiring you to accept advertising and pop-ups from the company, or that the software will send certain information of its publisher. To remove spyware, we recommend that you run an antispyware program that can monitor attempts to self-install programs on your computer, and can also detect and remove unwanted software that might already be installed. Check the text on the line. The first cluster corresponds to the norm. Custom reports. Programs sometimes store temporary information in a folder. If you want to illustrate the reporting relationships in your company or organization, you can create a SmartArt graphic that uses an organization chart layout, such as organization chart. To add a light patch in the status bar, right-click the status bar, and then click Repair. To enable or disable track changes, you can click the indicator in Microsoft Word 2010 includes built-in support for writing and editing equations. Previous versions used the Microsoft Equation 3.0 add-in or the Math Type. Equation 3.0 add-in included in previous versions of Word and is available in Word 2010. Math Type add-in is not included in the previous versions of Word, but was available for purchase. If the formula was created in a previous version of Check the text on the line. The first cluster corresponds to the norm. Custom reports. Programs sometimes store temporary information in a folder. If you want to illustrate the reporting relationships in your company or organization, you can create a SmartArt graphic that uses an organization chart layout, such as organization chart. To add a light patch in the status bar, right-click the status bar, and then click Repair. To enable or disable track changes, you can click the indicator in Microsoft Word 2010 includes built-in support for writing and editing equations. Previous versions used the Microsoft Equation 3.0 add-in or the Math Type. Equation 3.0 add-in included in previous versions of Word and is available in Word 2010. Math Type add-in is not included in the previous versions of Word, but was available for purchase. If the formula was created in a previous version of Network discovery is a network setting that affects whether your computer can see (find) other computers and devices on the network and whether other computers on the network. By default, Windows Firewall blocks network discovery, but you can enable this feature. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs in your firewall or firewall port open a certain program to transfer data from your computer or through a firewall. Allowing a program to communicate through a firewall (unblocking) is like drilling holes in your firewall. Every time you open the port or allow a program to communicate through the firewall, your computer becomes less secure. The more allowed programs or open ports your firewall has, the more opportunities there are for hackers or malicious software to use one of those openings to spread a worm, access your files, or use your computer to spread malicious software to others. Usually safer to add a program to the exceptions list instead of opening the port. If you open a port, it remains open until it is closed, regardless of whether or not a program is using it. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs, "the hole" by Support Center checks several components of the computer maintenance and security, which indicate the overall computer performance. When the status of a component (for example, an antivirus program has expired) Support Center sends you notification that appears in the notification area on the taskbar. Depending on the severity of the message changes the color of the component, and on the basis of this, we recommend that you take appropriate action. Select the check box to check the support center component changes or challenges, or clear the checkbox to stop the assessment component. If you prefer to keep track of the status of the component (for example, uses a different backup program included with Windows, or backs up files manually) and notify is not required, you can disable them. If the change settings page, select support center. Spyware is software that is installed on your computer to view and record your activity. Some types of spyware record your keystrokes and information entered on websites or other programs and then use that information for targeted advertising or identity theft. These programs can be installed on your computer in various ways or be hidden inside of software such as free games, screen savers, and animated cursors. The following are some of the signs of spyware. You notice new toolbars, links, or favorites that you did not add in a Web browser. Home page, mouse pointer, or search program suddenly changing. When entering the address for a specific Web site is a Web site that has no relation to the desired. You see pop-up ads, even if your computer is not connected to the Internet. Your computer suddenly If you are found spyware or other potentially unwanted software, you should get rid of it by using the tools in the detection and removal of spyware. Spyware can also try to delete it manually. You may need to repeatedly use both of these methods to completely get rid of spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Use the tool to detect and remove spyware, Windows Defender is built into this version of Windows, helps prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer. If enabled, Windows Defender alerts you about the attempts of spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer, the user determines what is to be done with each of the detected objects: ignore, quarantine (move to another location on your computer. Anti-spyware programs often come in packages of anti-virus programs. If you have already installed an antivirus program, check to see if protection from spyware or is it possible to add this functionality in the form of an update, and then scan your computer regularly. List of other antispyware programs see on the Web site of Microsoft security at home. Remove spyware spyware is Sometimes difficult to manually remove. If an antispyware program notifies you that it cant remove spyware, follow the instructions provided by the antispyware program. If the proposed actions do not bring the desired result, try the following. Try to install antivirus or another antispyware program. Many antivirus programs also come with protection against spyware. Check programs and features for sites, which should not be on your computer. Click here to open the "programs and features". When you use this method, be extremely careful. In Control Panel, provides a variety of programs, most of which are not spyware. Many spyware programs use special installation methods that do not appear in the list of programs and features. Some spyware removal function and can be removed with this method. Only remove programs that you can explicitly define as spyware, and do not remove programs that you might want to keep, even if you dont use them. For more information, see. in the uninstall or change a program. Reinstall Windows.Some spyware programs can hide so they cannot be deleted. If spyware could not be removed by antispyware program or control panel, you might need to reinstall Windows and your programs. If you reinstall Windows in addition to spyware and other files and programs. If you need to reinstall Windows, back up your documents and files, and make sure you have the disks for subsequent reinstallation of the program you want. If you are a member of the Microsoft SpyNet community, and Windows Defender detects software on your computer, which is not known to be dangerous, you may be asked to submit the sample to Microsoft SpyNet for analysis. When you are prompted, Windows Defender displays a list of files that can help analysts determine whether that nocuous program. You can send all those in the list of files and their part. Information about joining SpyNet. Using the quarantine program, Windows Defender, moves it to a different location on your computer. Thus, Windows Defender prevents the program until it is repaired or removed. Remove or restore quarantined objects click to open Windows Defender. On the Tools menu, click quarantined items, click view to view all items. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Browse all objects check box, and then click the button for each of them to remove or restore button. To delete all quarantined items from your computer, click Remove all. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Attention! Do not restore the program with critical or high alert ratings because it might jeopardize the privacy and security of your computer. To prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer, turn on Windows Defender real-time protection and select all real-time protection options. When a program attempts to install itself on your computer, an alert will be issued. To protect your personal data and your computer, we recommend that you select all real-time protection options. Real-time protection alerts you when spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer. Depending on the alert level, the user can apply to this program, one of the following: Quarantine. Moves the program to another location on your computer, and lets it run until it is repaired or removed. Remove. Permanently deletes the software from your computer. Allow. Adds a program to the list of allowed programs in Windows Defender and allow it to run. Windows Defender will not be alert about the potential threat of privacy or the security of your computer, which can represent this program. Add a program to the list of allowed only if you trust the software and the software publisher. You can select the programs and settings for Windows Defender should watch, but we recommend that you use all options for protection in real time. Windows Defender provides two modes: quick scan or full scan of the computer. If you believe a site has infected spyware computer scan parameters can be configured to scan only the drives and folders that raise suspicion.  The quick scan checks the hard disk areas, most commonly infected spyware. Full system scan checks all files on your hard disk and all currently running programs, but might cause your computer to run slowly until the scan is finished. We recommend that you schedule a daily quick scan. If you suspect that spyware has infected your computer, always perform a full system scan. Use the latest versions of antispyware software. Windows Defender, which ships with this version of Windows, helps prevent an install or run on your computer for spyware and other potentially unwanted software or adware. You can also automatically search for and remove spyware that might already be installed. Perform regular updates of the system. Microsoft regularly releases security updates, protecting against unauthorized spyware installed on your computer. Most new antivirus programs have spyware protection, they should also be regularly updated. It is recommended that you enable Windows Update and regularly update antivirus software and anti-spyware programs. For more information, see. for more information, see Get security updates for Windows and using Windows Defender. View license agreement before ustanavliv Review the license agreement before installing the software. When you visit Web sites do not automatically agree to download any proposed content on them. When you download free software, such as software for file sharing or screen savers, read the license agreement. Pay particular attention to terms requiring you to accept advertising and pop-ups from the company, or that the software will send certain information of its publisher. To remove spyware, we recommend that you run an antispyware program that can monitor attempts to self-install programs on your computer, and can also detect and remove unwanted software that might already be installed. Check the text on the line. The first cluster corresponds to the norm. Custom reports. Programs sometimes store temporary information in a folder. If you want to illustrate the reporting relationships in your company or organization, you can create a SmartArt graphic that uses an organization chart layout, such as organization chart. To add a light patch in the status bar, right-click the status bar, and then click Repair. To enable or disable track changes, you can click the indicator in Microsoft Word 2010 includes built-in support for writing and editing equations. Previous versions used the Microsoft Equation 3.0 add-in or the Math Type. Equation 3.0 add-in included in previous versions of Word and is available in Word 2010. Math Type add-in is not included in the previous versions of Word, but was available for purchase. If the formula was created in a previous version of Check the text on the line. The first cluster corresponds to the norm. Custom reports. Programs sometimes store temporary information in a folder. If you want to illustrate the reporting relationships in your company or organization, you can create a SmartArt graphic that uses an organization chart layout, such as organization chart. To add a light patch in the status bar, right-click the status bar, and then click Repair. To enable or disable track changes, you can click the indicator in Microsoft Word 2010 includes built-in support for writing and editing equations. Previous versions used the Microsoft Equation 3.0 add-in or the Math Type. Equation 3.0 add-in included in previous versions of Word and is available in Word 2010. Math Type add-in is not included in the previous versions of Word, but was available for purchase. If the formula was created in a previous version of Network discovery is a network setting that affects whether your computer can see (find) other computers and devices on the network and whether other computers on the network. By default, Windows Firewall blocks network discovery, but you can enable this feature. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs in your firewall or firewall port open a certain program to transfer data from your computer or through a firewall. Allowing a program to communicate through a firewall (unblocking) is like drilling holes in your firewall. Every time you open the port or allow a program to communicate through the firewall, your computer becomes less secure. The more allowed programs or open ports your firewall has, the more opportunities there are for hackers or malicious software to use one of those openings to spread a worm, access your files, or use your computer to spread malicious software to others. Usually safer to add a program to the exceptions list instead of opening the port. If you open a port, it remains open until it is closed, regardless of whether or not a program is using it. When you add a program to the list of allowed programs, "the hole" by Support Center checks several components of the computer maintenance and security, which indicate the overall computer performance. When the status of a component (for example, an antivirus program has expired) Support Center sends you notification that appears in the notification area on the taskbar. Depending on the severity of the message changes the color of the component, and on the basis of this, we recommend that you take appropriate action. Select the check box to check the support center component changes or challenges, or clear the checkbox to stop the assessment component. If you prefer to keep track of the status of the component (for example, uses a different backup program included with Windows, or backs up files manually) and notify is not required, you can disable them. If the change settings page, select support center. Spyware is software that is installed on your computer to view and record your activity. Some types of spyware record your keystrokes and information entered on websites or other programs and then use that information for targeted advertising or identity theft. These programs can be installed on your computer in various ways or be hidden inside of software such as free games, screen savers, and animated cursors. The following are some of the signs of spyware. You notice new toolbars, links, or favorites that you did not add in a Web browser. Home page, mouse pointer, or search program suddenly changing. When entering the address for a specific Web site is a Web site that has no relation to the desired. You see pop-up ads, even if your computer is not connected to the Internet. Your computer suddenly If you are found spyware or other potentially unwanted software, you should get rid of it by using the tools in the detection and removal of spyware. Spyware can also try to delete it manually. You may need to repeatedly use both of these methods to completely get rid of spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Use the tool to detect and remove spyware, Windows Defender is built into this version of Windows, helps prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer. If enabled, Windows Defender alerts you about the attempts of spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer, the user determines what is to be done with each of the detected objects: ignore, quarantine (move to another location on your computer. Anti-spyware programs often come in packages of anti-virus programs. If you have already installed an antivirus program, check to see if protection from spyware or is it possible to add this functionality in the form of an update, and then scan your computer regularly. List of other antispyware programs see on the Web site of Microsoft security at home. Remove spyware spyware is Sometimes difficult to manually remove. If an antispyware program notifies you that it cant remove spyware, follow the instructions provided by the antispyware program. If the proposed actions do not bring the desired result, try the following. Try to install antivirus or another antispyware program. Many antivirus programs also come with protection against spyware. Check programs and features for sites, which should not be on your computer. Click here to open the "programs and features". When you use this method, be extremely careful. In Control Panel, provides a variety of programs, most of which are not spyware. Many spyware programs use special installation methods that do not appear in the list of programs and features. Some spyware removal function and can be removed with this method. Only remove programs that you can explicitly define as spyware, and do not remove programs that you might want to keep, even if you dont use them. For more information, see. in the uninstall or change a program. Reinstall Windows.Some spyware programs can hide so they cannot be deleted. If spyware could not be removed by antispyware program or control panel, you might need to reinstall Windows and your programs. If you reinstall Windows in addition to spyware and other files and programs. If you need to reinstall Windows, back up your documents and files, and make sure you have the disks for subsequent reinstallation of the program you want. If you are a member of the Microsoft SpyNet community, and Windows Defender detects software on your computer, which is not known to be dangerous, you may be asked to submit the sample to Microsoft SpyNet for analysis. When you are prompted, Windows Defender displays a list of files that can help analysts determine whether that nocuous program. You can send all those in the list of files and their part. Information about joining SpyNet. Using the quarantine program, Windows Defender, moves it to a different location on your computer. Thus, Windows Defender prevents the program until it is repaired or removed. Remove or restore quarantined objects click to open Windows Defender. On the Tools menu, click quarantined items, click view to view all items. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Browse all objects check box, and then click the button for each of them to remove or restore button. To delete all quarantined items from your computer, click Remove all. When you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Attention! Do not restore the program with critical or high alert ratings because it might jeopardize the privacy and security of your computer. To prevent spyware and other potentially unwanted software on your computer, turn on Windows Defender real-time protection and select all real-time protection options. When a program attempts to install itself on your computer, an alert will be issued. To protect your personal data and your computer, we recommend that you select all real-time protection options. Real-time protection alerts you when spyware and other potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or run on your computer. Depending on the alert level, the user can apply to this program, one of the following: Quarantine. Moves the program to another location on your computer, and lets it run until it is repaired or removed. Remove. Permanently deletes the software from your computer. Allow. Adds a program to the list of allowed programs in Windows Defender and allow it to run. Windows Defender will not be alert about the potential threat of privacy or the security of your computer, which can represent this program. Add a program to the list of allowed only if you trust the software and the software publisher. You can select the programs and settings for Windows Defender should watch, but we recommend that you use all options for protection in real time. Windows Defender provides two modes: quick scan or full scan of the computer. If you believe a site has infected spyware computer scan parameters can be configured to scan only the drives and folders that raise suspicion.  The quick scan checks the hard disk areas, most commonly infected spyware. Full system scan checks all files on your hard disk and all currently running programs, but might cause your computer to run slowly until the scan is finished. We recommend that you schedule a daily quick scan. If you suspect that spyware has infected your computer, always perform a full system scan. Use the latest versions of antispyware software. Windows Defender, which ships with this version of Windows, helps prevent an install or run on your computer for spyware and other potentially unwanted software or adware. You can also automatically search for and remove spyware that might already be installed. Perform regular updates of the system. Microsoft regularly releases security updates, protecting against unauthorized spyware installed on your computer. Most new antivirus programs have spyware protection, they should also be regularly updated. It is recommended that you enable Windows Update and regularly update antivirus software and anti-spyware programs. For more information, see. for more information, see Get security updates for Windows and using Windows Defender. View license agreement before ustanavliv Review the license agreement before installing the software. When you visit Web sites do not automatically agree to download any proposed content on them. When you download free software, such as software for file sharing or screen savers, read the license agreement. Pay particular attention to terms requiring you to accept advertising and pop-ups from the company, or that the software will send certain information of its publisher. To remove spyware, we recommend that you run an antispyware program that can monitor attempts to self-install programs on your computer, and can also detect and remove unwanted software that might already be installed.If you connect to the Internet, allow other people to use your computer, or share files with others, you should take steps to protect your computer from malicious intent. Why? Because there are computer criminals (sometimes called hackers) who attack other peoples computers. These people can attack directly, by breaking into your computer through the Internet and stealing your personal information, or indirectly, by creating malicious software designed to harm your computer. Fortunately, you can protect yourself with a few simple precautions. This article describes the risks and means of protection against them. There are various ways to protect your computer from possible security threats. Firewall. A firewall can help protect your computer by preventing access by hackers or malicious software. Windows Update. Windows can routinely check for updates for your computer and install them automatically. Protection against viruses. Antivirus software can help protect your computer from viruses, worms, and other security threats. Protection against spyware and other malware. Antispyware software can help protect your computer from spyware and other potentially unwanted software. A firewall is software or hardware that checks information coming into your computer from the local network or the Internet, and then either rejects or ignores the computer, depending on your firewall settings. In this way, a firewall can help prevent hackers or malicious software from gaining access to your computer. If you use a program such as an instant messaging program or network games who want to receive information from the Internet or a local network, the firewall prompts the user to block or allow the connection. If the user allows the connection, Windows Firewall creates an exception so that the firewall wont bother the user requests, when in the future the programme will need the data Viruses, worms, and Trojan horses are programs created by hackers that use the Internet to infect vulnerable computers. Viruses and worms can propagate from computer to computer, while the Trojans into your computer by hiding in a supposedly legitimate programs such as screensavers. Destructive viruses, worms, and Trojan horses can erase information from your hard disk or completely disable your computer. Other programmes do not cause direct damage, but deteriorate the stability and performance of your computer. Antivirus programs scan e-mail and other files on your computer for viruses, worms and Trojans. When malware is detected the antivirus program either quarantines (isolates), either completely remove it before compromising your computer and files. Windows does not have a built-in antivirus program, but your computer manufacturer might have installed one. If your antivirus program is not available, visit the Windows security software providers to search for antivirus 7. Because new viruses are identified every day, it is very important that you select an antivirus program with an automatic update capability. When you update your antivirus software adds new viruses to the list of checks to protect your computer from new attacks. Outdated list of viruses leaves your computer vulnerable to new threats. Updates usually requires paid annual subscription. Keep your subscription to receive regular update
 
 
 
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