Can a VPN be used to prevent Trojan malware?

Asked a year ago

Hi there. I am a manager at a printing store where customers commonly bring their USBs in to connect to the computers to print out documents. However, I have recently heard from a colleague that malware, including Trojan malware can be spread through USBs. Therefore I am looking for ways to prevent Trojan malware from infecting the computers at the store. Does anyone know if a VPN works for this? Thanks in advance.

Abeeha Qasmi

Sunday, December 18, 2022

It's important to note that Trojan malware differs from other types. While other forms of malware may be able to operate on their own and do some damage, they don't usually pose any danger to your system - unless you open them yourself. They can only cause problems if you download them and then open them. The good news is that a decent VPN service will prevent these scenarios by blocking access attempts from known IPs and DNS addresses associated with malicious activity on the internet.

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