I couldn’t get the virus scans to work on any of the free ones because the virus kept stopping me, so out of desperation, I found a site to help me just saying ‘i have a computer virus’ and I found and there was a forum where someone had asked about it, and underneath the person that answered, he had put some links to click on, and he also said make sure you do it a couple of times because the virus will try and trick you by saying it won’t work, so I did it, and it went in about five seconds! Hi, thanks again, I know it sounds stupid but I know I need to get it back to ‘factory settings’ which I have done before a few months ago, the trouble is, It won’t let me do it, unless I have just forgotten what to do, any ideas? And you will need to carefully scan your data for infected files before using any of your files again.

I had this virus, it was horrid, I had to reinstall windows because it kept burrowing, luckily after I reinstalled a fresh copy my dad gave me norton 360. Boot into safe mode, install malware bytes and run that and remove anything it finds. Even if you just want to learn more about what programs do what to protect your system, it’s definitely worth a look.

I also update new products all of the time so there’s always something new to discover. Is there a safe free website i can use to remove trojan, worm virus from my computer? Which is the best free antivirus software?I have tried a lot of free antivirus available today in the market and I like avast.

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It can be popup ads, programs that offer to speed up your computer, or even programs that offer to store your passwords. Lol The party who planted the malware on your computer benefits by selling your information (likes, dislikes, purchases, browser shopping) to advertisers so they can best show you ads as per your likes and purchases. Malware can steal your passwords, count your keystrokes, and corrupt your files so that when you open them it is all gibberish.

The term malware covers spyware, adware, viruses, hijackers and hitch hikers. This type of malware program can steal passwords. This is any software that is financially dependent on another program by showing you ads.

Usually Adware comes along as a hitch hiker whenever you download a program or any software. This type of malware program typically doesn’t want or steal your passwords, but that doesn’t mean someone hasn’t figured out how to include it in their Adware program. This type of malware program steals passwords.

It is a program that sneaks in there when you aren’t paying attention to the install screens on a download. Usually virus protectors are only looking at the main program you want to download.. just to make sure that one is safe and rarely looks deeper into the program for a hijacker. This is software that besides changing your search engine actually adds to, or changes your computer settings – changes your home page, over rides set toolbars by adding a new one, and redirects you to their reference pages.

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If you end up with a Hitch hiker, chances are you, the user, are at fault for letting them into your computer in the first place, because you did not uncheck the boxes on each permission screen of the download. Often, you can head it off at the pass by reading the Terms of Service on any and all programs and applications you want to download. So as you can see, they KNOW they are putting third party links in with their software but they don’t want to be blamed for any damage that software does – if you choose to access it. Do so at your own risk is written into every TOS of every program who attaches third party links or software.

This is an unusual clause to actually see in a Malware TOS, even though that is how they update and improve their product.