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Viruses and hackers attacked my computer because i had no antivirus when i cleared the virus lots of my programme files were deleted and my computer just won't work well ,some guy from geek.com said i had to get a recovery cd and recover all my files .been trying to contact fs to get a recovery disc for my fujitsu siemens lifebook T series but dont have any luck, pls help me with a contact address/email thanks

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You should be able to do a basic internet search and find the recovery files. I dont promote it, but even some P2P programs can be useful to gain the recovery files, useful, but possibly harmful as well.

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COMPUTER RUNS SLOW


This may be due to several factors:
1: You may have installed an "always active" programs(like some anti virus or spyware) which may be eating your RAM space... Remove those and always remember that only install software which your system can stand up to.

2: Try to clear temp files by doing Start>Run> Type "%temp%">Delete all files in that..
Note: Some files may be active and you may not be able to delete those...

3:May be you are having a possible virus attack. Try to remove it by using a good antivirus(which also suites your system)


4: Now If problem persists then try to format your system and make a fresh install of your OS.

Dec 31, 2011 | Dell Dimension 2300 PC Desktop

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Prevent Your PC from Getting Hacked


Here , we will see how to prevent PC's from getting hacked : Most people think that hackers are only a problem for servers. This is not true. If your Windows PC is not properly configured, everything on your computer can easily be stolen or destroyed by hackers. Our network architecture is inherently hacker-resistant. However, because your PCs are directly connected to the Internet, hackers can bypass our servers and attack your PCs directly. Our firewall will help to some extent, but you must follow basic precautions if you want your data to be safe. Viruses: It is impossible for the servers to get computer viruses, because they run Unix, which cannot be infected by viruses. A virus must be executed before it can infect a computer. On Windows, programs like Internet Explorer and Outlook often execute files without your knowledge, which is what causes most virus infections. However, these files (or any Windows program) cannot be executed on the server. Some Windows viruses put copies of themselves on the server's shared disks. To the server, these are just ordinary files. The server is set up to periodically delete them to save space. They are not a problem unless you click on them. Clicking is the root of all evil. Here are some basic precautions to protect against hackers.
  1. Goto windowsupdate.microsoft.com at least once a week and install all critical patches.
  2. Run an antivirus program at least once a week. Update your virus signature files every time you use it.
  3. Use a firewall such as Zone Alarm. (Some firewalls have had major security problems. Be sure you have the latest update)
  4. Check your computer for trojans by clicking on: http://security.symantec.com http://www.trojanscan.com
  5. Don't click on email attachments.
  6. Don't install Napster, Kazaa, ChainCast, or any software from an unknown source. The former will turn your computer into a server and the latter may contain trojans and viruses.
  7. Turn off sharing, especially on your C:\ and D:\ drive. This is very dangerous! If you must share a disk, make sure it requires a password. Otherwise, anyone in the Internet can use your computer to back up their files without your knowledge. Never share any folder without a password.
  8. Put a good password on your PC. If you have a password on your PC that is easy to guess, your computer can be easily taken over by hackers.
    A bad password would be things like 'password', '12345', your name, license plate number, or any word that could be found in an English dictionary or a dictionary in your native language.
  9. Report any network slowness or strange computer behavior so it can be checked by me (if it's a network problem) or Brad (if it's a Windows or Mac problem).
  10. Windows PCs with static IP numbers are especially easy targets. You should always set "Obtain an IP address automatically" in Windows unless you are running a server and you are knowledgeable in computer security.

Here are some more tips:
  1. Please give your computer a sensible name. If we can't find your computer when it causes a problem, the only way to fix it is by unplugging it from the network.
  2. Don't store files in the /tmp directory on the servers (engram or protein). They are not safe there! If someone else gets a virus, their computer can put copies of the virus on the shared disk, mixed in with your files. The server cannot be infected by these viruses, but your PC could. Keep your backups in your home directory where they are safe and private.
  3. If you use Windows 2000 or NT, activate auditing of all system events, especially failures. This will you help discover how the hacker obtained access. Without this knowledge, it will be difficult to know what to change when you reinstall your operating system. Be sure to scan through the logs occasionally for unusual activity.
  4. Avoid executable content in web pages and email. Disable ActiveX. You can check your Internet Explorer installation for Active X security problems at this web site: http://www.tiac.net/users/smiths/acctroj/axcheck.htm
  5. Disable automatic execution of Macros in Office programs (Word, Excel, etc).
  6. Use SSH in preference to telnet. You can replace it with the freeware TeraTerm client with the SSH plugin.
  7. Unbind the unneeded network settings in Windows. This is easy to do, and will greatly increase your security. Follow the instructions at http://grc.com/su-rebinding9x.htm
  8. If a hacker gets on your computer, or you discover a trojan on your computer and suspect it is being actively exploited, unplug it from the network immediately and ask for assistance. Don't delete any files. We may need to check them to find out how the attacker got into your system.
  9. If your computer has been compromised by a trojan or an intruder, it cannot be repaired by removing the foreign software. There are dozens of different ways for a hacker to regain access, despite our firewall, that are impossible for any scanning software to find. The only way to repair your computer is to reformat your disk and reinstall the operating system. Until you do this, your computer is a threat to every one else's computer.
If you don't follow these guidelines, we won't nag you to change, but sooner or later your computer will be trashed by a hacker, trojan, or virus. Some people have already discovered this the hard way.

on Jun 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Protecting Your Computer from Viruses




Well a computer user mostly afraid and suffers from virus attacks. Virus is the unwanted program that destroys your data and some times also damage the computer.
One of the most common ways of virus attacks is by connecting USB to your computer.
So today I will tell you some tips which can avoid or minimise the chances of virus attacks.
Always keep in mind the following points before connecting a pen drive to your computer.

1. Always use a good antivirus in your system.
2. Never open the pen drive directly.
3. before opening the pen drive, scan the pen drives for finding the possible viruses in the pen drive.
To scan the pen drive go to My Computer->Right Click on the Pen drive->Click on Scan option(Remember Scan option will only be there if there is any antivirus installed on your system)
4. if any virus found and the antivirus is not able to delete the virus, just safely remove the pen drive from your computer.
5. If no virus is found, do not double click on the pen drive to open.
Always open the pen drive by Right clicking on the pen drive and then clicking the explore i.e.:
My Computer->Right click on pen drive->Click on Explore
6. Always beware of copying the unwanted files on your computer. Just copy the file which you want. Never do a select all, copy all thing. Just copy the item you wanted, and paste into your computer.
While pasting the data you should never paste it on C drive (Drive that contains your operating system). Always copy data in a separate drive then C drive.

So these are some small steps which can be very useful to avoid virus attacks...


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polysandy

on Apr 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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There is somethig seriously wrong with my PC. It was attacked by some computer viruses


Hi,

You can try to run a full virus scan in Safe Mode. To access it, you will either press F8, or Del (depends on what key was designed on your computer to access the Advanced Boot Options), after getting the Advanced Boot Options, select Safe Mode an press Enter key.

If your antivirus software cannot detect any virus, it was either not updated or was disabled by the virus. You need to contact your antivirus company to get help with manual virus deletion.

However, if you don't have any antivirus installed I suggest to just wipe everything off from the harddrive and start from factory settings.

Hope this helps.

Jun 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I keep getting a virus alert and when I ask to remove viruses it brings me to a page to buy virus protection. I already have virus protection on Windows. What can I do to resolve this annoying problem...


You are infected with a Trojan or Malware. The pop-ups are bogus.. You are only infected with the product they are trying to sell you. What is the name of the Virus Protection they are trying to sell you? First thing to do is restart your computer in Safe Mode and run all your security scans. See it they find the culprit.If not post back,

Sep 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Why every time when i download antivirus, it attacks on my system as if ti wer a virus itself


Maybe there are so many virus on your system preventing antivirus to run. Or there are so much active viruses on system that is being detected and too much detection message is being displayed. Or else, downloading antiviruses should be as easy as we all have.

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I have a compaq presario 5000PC Desktop.I am using Windows XP. My antivirus is kaspersky and it is valid for another 9 months. But now the antivirus icon in the bar is not visible and my computer is...


open it from the all programs ..or from the program files..and in the settings or preferences check the case for show in tray ..or minimize in tray ...

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Lost files due to pop up virus


If this virus really deletes the files its really hard to recover it. But if the virus just hide your files. You can still recover it. Just unhide all hide files then look for your files if it is still there. If you can make a copy do it. You can also do this way. Type the filename you need on the search bar and use look also for hidden files option.

If you can make a copy do it. Then test it on a different computer with a good known updated antivirus installed. If your needed files will be deleted by that antivirus, if not then that solves your problem. Your other files to be follow.

Hope this helps you.

For the pop up virus deal with it, try to use Avira free antivirus.

Also what is youre operating system? If this doesn't help you we can device another solution

Apr 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How can i remove virus


You can remove virus by using updated antivirus. Install it on your computer. I recommend you to use updated AVG 8 or AVAST antivirus full versions because it will surely remove viruses from your system. Scan your computer with the antivirus and don't forget to delete all the infected files and the viruses found in the chest or mostly known as virus vault. Use only one antivirus on your system because using more than one antivirus may crash down your computer.

Jan 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Computer is using uo hard drive memory even when i am not saving anything and doesn't change even when i delete stuff


dear,
maybe its some virus attack that is going to make some files like temp. files.
can u install the antivirus and check it again.
regards,


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