All virus are extremely serious threat to your computer’s operating systems thus affecting the stability, reliability and the life of all the software installed in your desktops or laptops. Our technicians will identify and remove those serious threats and installed effective anti-virus and anti-malware software to protect your computer and the sensitive personal information.

Malware includes computer viruses, computer worms, Trojan horses, spyware, dishonest adware and other malicious or unwanted software, including true viruses. Viruses are sometimes confused with worms and Trojan horses, which are technically different. A worm can exploit security vulnerabilities to spread itself automatically to other computer through networks, while a Trojan horse is a program that appears harmless but hides malicious functions. Worms and Trojan horses, like viruses, may harm a computer system’s data or performance. Some viruses and other malware have symptoms noticeable to the computer user, but many are surreptitious or simply do nothing to call attention to themselves. Some viruses do nothing beyond reproducing themselves.

Getting stubborn adware and spyware off your PC can be frustrating. However, there are steps you can take to make the process easier and more effective. If your system is heavily infested, you’ll need access to a clean computer to download the necessary tools. If you don’t have a second computer, ask a friend to download the tools for you and burn them to a cd. If you plan to use a USB drive to transfer the downloaded files, make sure both your computer and your friend’s computer have autorun disabled.
To avoid future adware and spyware infections, be discriminating about what programs you install on your PC. If you see an offer for a program that seems to good to be true, research it first using your favorite search engine.

If you are having problems downloading files, download files on another computer, and then transfer them to the infected computer with a CD. Certain types of malware will turn on an Internet proxy setting and hijack Windows DNS cache, which can prevent you from accessing the Internet or downloading tools required for malware removal.
A rootkit is malware that hides itself from Windows and anti-malware software. Most rootkits will download other malware, redirect Google search results, or prevent programs from opening.
Make sure the malware scanners are up to date before you scan with them.
Do not use your computer for anything else until the scanning process has finished.
Do not run more than one scan at a time.

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