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Any anti-virus suitable for computer without having internet

"the computer is having dual core processor. suggest me any anti-virus suitable for computer without having internet connection

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Try MCAfee anti virus.Best right now.Else if want some free version, AVG is the best.

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Avira anti-virus update errors


Hello Shoosh79,

Try this Open Explorer, under internet options, choose LAN settings, and under proxy server, make sure the box is UNchecked for Use a proxy server for your LAN.

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How to protect Computer from Virus & Spywares


Most people these days understand what a virus is and how harmful it can be, but they are still somewhat unsure how computer viruses spread. The truth is that there are dozens of different ways in which a virus can spread from computer to computer, but let’s take a look at the most frequent ways in which people run into viruses, spyware and Trojans on the Internet.

1. Email attachments: Golden rule is that if you don’t know what an attachment is, don’t open it. You don’t have to take such drastic steps to protect yourself, however; simply use common sense when opening attachments in your email.

2. Rogue Websites: It is depressing to know that you may become infected with spyware or a virus by doing nothing more than simply visiting a website, but it is true. Many adult websites, gambling websites and other less than trustworthy websites will attempt to automatically access your computer when you visit them. They often install adware bugs that will cause a flurry of pop ups to appear on your screen. To stop these rogue websites, adjust the settings on your antivirus software and firewall so that no outside connections can be made and no programs can be installed without your express permission.

3. Networks: If your work computer is part of a larger network, you may find yourself with an infection through no fault of your own. Someone else on the network downloaded a bug by accident, and within minutes, the entire network could be infected. There isn’t much you can do to stop these kinds of infections, short of having your network administrator ensure that everyone’s antivirus software is up to date so that the invading bug can be removed as quickly as possible.

4. Phishing Schemes: Learning how computer viruses spread is important to keep yourself, and your personal information, safe online. Phishing schemes are one of the chief ways in which people end up with their identity stolen and a computer fill of viruses. A phishing scheme starts when you receive an email from a website claiming to be your bank or credit card company. You are asked to click a link and log in, but the truth is that you’ve just given away all of your personal information. Often times, when you visit these sites, spyware, adware and viruses are automatically installed on your computer. smartest thing you can do is to simply call your bank or credit card company if you receive an email saying there is a problem with your account instead of blindly following links in your email.

5. Infected Software: One of the great things about the Internet is how many free games and programs there are out there, but these free programs often come at a price. Too many rogue websites intentionally infect their freeware (like Kazaa) with trojan viruses so that you unknowingly infect your computer every time you download a free game or piece of software. The key here is to only download freeware or shareware from a trusted source like CNet that always ensures your safety.

6. Hackers: The Internet today is a much more law abiding place than it was ten years ago. Not only did most people not have antivirus protection and firewalls that could stop incoming attacks, most people didn’t even know what they were. Today, people understand the value of good online protection, but hackers can still pose a problem if you allow your protection software to lapse. The best way to beat hackers is to ensure that you have a firewall and up to date antivirus software.

7. Instant Messaging: It is difficult to find a computer in this day and age that doesn’t have at least one instant messaging service installed on it. Unfortunately, these programs are often targets of hackers who see an easy way to trick people into clicking links that lead them to rogue websites. Common sense can keep you out of trouble, however. Only chat with people you know and never follow links to sites that you don’t recognize. You should easily be able to keep Internet worms, viruses and other bugs at bay.

8. Fake Anti Virus Software: This is one of the most frustrating ways to become infected with a virus or worm. There are dozens of antivirus and anti spyware programs you can download for free on the Internet and a surprising number of them actually do exactly the opposite of what they claim. The product websites make outrageous claims that their product can protect you from a whole range of threats, when, in reality, their product will only make things a thousand times worse. Only download antivirus programs from trusted sites or from websites that you know are completely legit.

9. From Mobile Devices & External USB Devices: Mobile phones get infected by Bluetooth transfer etc. When u connects the mobile to computer you can be affected by those viruses even if you connect infected external USB flash desk or hard desk. Keep one antivirus software for mobile. Keep your antivirus software up to date at all times and you should be able to wrestle control back from any Internet bug.

10. Friends and Relatives: The social networking site Facebook has had to battle this very problem when their serves get a bug and automatically send out emails to everyone on the system that are infected. Often times, these emails are extremely generic sounding and come with suspicious attachments, but people often open them anyway since they have come from a friend or from a site they trust, like Facebook. Remember, if you get an attachment with an .exe extension or a .dll, don’t ever open it.

Learning how computer viruses spread is the best way we can put an end to their reign of terror online. It is only with the right knowledge and the best antivirus software that Internet users everywhere can beat online bugs for good.

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There is a virus going around on my facebook where these videos are being sent on its own. The videos would be about being caught on camera or a sexy video. I can't stop it. I have been trying to delete it...


Helpful Free Software below Read On. If you find any of this helpful, pls rate me. !

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Download Spybot Search & Destroy. Restart computer, then run Spybot to see what spyware comes up, AND DELET IT.

FYI---Virus Protection-- 2 programs of virus protection will conflict with each other and will actually cancel out the protection. SO just download one.

Running Spybot Search & Destroy with EITHER Avast or Avg (great Free virus protection programs ) will keep a computer in good working condition. FREE

HERE ARE SOME LINKS, THAT WOULD BE BETTER:
Avira AntiVir
http://www.free-av.com/

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****AVG ****FREE SPYWARE PROGRAM
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$ *** KASPERSKY ***
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There are alot of $ anti-virus and Internet security programs out there,

ie: Norton, McAfee, Panda, Bitdefender. If you would like to pay $ then get ***Kaspersky***-- 2010 ,
I feel that is the best for your money.

REMEMBER TO KEEP UP THE DAILY MAINTENANCE ON ALL OF YOUR COMPUTERS.!

Good Luck. If you think this is good information, , please rate me.
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  • get away from vista -- very process intensive as compared to XP (double # of processes) you may want to consider Windows 7 (streamlined Vista)
  • Also, dual and quad core machines do not have software support to carry the loads very well... the software hasn't been written to maximize the use of multiple processors yet... lokk for it in 5-10 yrs.

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You may have picked up a virus with this download. Scan your computer with an anti-virus program (AVG has a good free version of it's program). and hope it finds something to eliminate. That's one of the pitfalls of downloading free programs from the internet. Download the AVG program from MajorGeeks.com. I've never been burned with any of their downloads.

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Kapersky Internet security is the complete software suite, and it does include, firewall, internet security and some anti spyware feature.

Internet security is better, but it will also slow down the computer more.

If you have a good computer with at least 1 GB RAM, and CPU at least 1.6 GHZ intall Internet security. If the computer is slow or it is an old computer, then install antivirus only, and be more careful.

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i suggest kaspersky internet security for you, it can deal with both viruses and spywares. because i think you have a spyware in your computer not a virus.

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generally when this occures it has to do with an anti virus program running at the same time. with most programs from site that are not known to the computer the anti virus plays havoc. turn your anti virus program off. and try the download again. if this still happens then you have a registry error which could be caused by a configuration fault. then. click on the windows config wizard and have it reconfigure your cache and registry then download the program. remember to turn your anti virus afterward.. please rate this thanks

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Down load the update. If you do not the signature file that is used will not reflect the latest virus's out there. It is not an advertisement.
If you are concerned about ads popping up Adblock (free on the internet ....eliminates a big bunch of them and requires you to do nothing). You might want to check that out. Also, since it appears you may not have read the Trend anti-virus information I encourage you to understand what it does and how you set it up properly. If it is similar to Avast or Avg (the two most popular free anti-virus programs) you need to specify what it is to check for.
This one learning exercise is EXTREMELY important...fail to do it and it is not a question of if....only when you will get zapped and zapped can mean everything goes away. Be careful....Tango

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