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Cheese Burger answered debra braxton's question

You can learn basically every reason you could get a virus on a computer from the post How Do We Get a Computer Infected with Malware?
Here're some of the points covered in the post. The main reason you virus infected with your computer:
1. Installs the software without reading the checkbox, … Read more

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Cheese Burger answered Isaac Tate's question

First of all, you need to find out what Trojan horse your computer is infected with. Then it becomes easy to remove.

How? Generally, your system will give you a DLL error notice caused by the Trojan. You can copy the error and search more about the affected file online. Trojan can also slow … Read more

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Viruses could impact your computer, mobile phone or any other device that connect to the internet in the following ways:

1. Slows computer or web browser speeds. Most viruses take up high CPU usage and computer space, like CPU miner.

2. Steals your sensitive information, like the passwords you store in the … Read more

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One of the surest methods to remove the Trojan infection, as with most threats, is to have strong security software that is fully up-to-date active at all times on the infected computer. A combination of strong anti-virus software, security measures, education, and active monitoring can help prevent Trojan attacks.

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Cheese Burger answered KUMARESAN V's question

For a paid anti-malware software, I would recommend SpyHunter, for their Spyware HelpDesk offers subscribers direct access to their technical support team to help with common questions as well as deliver custom fixes to specific malware problems that may be unique to our computers. No anti-malware software is able to remove all … Read more

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Cheese Burger answered Feather Touch's question

A computer virus is a malicious software program loaded onto a user’s computer without the user’s knowledge and performs malicious actions. Viruses can enter your computer as attachments to an email or in a downloaded file, or they can be hidden on a zip drive. It's usually not obvious that a virus is present.

Even … Read more

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Antivirus software is designed to detect, prevent, and remove malicious malware (malware). Antivirus software is your last line of defense against the many harmful programs out there that can destroy your computer. Most good antivirus programs come with functions shown below:
1. Do a thorough scan of your computer and make sure you aren't infected … Read more

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Trojan Horse Virus, also known as Trojan, is another type of malware named after the wooden horse that the Greeks used to infiltrate Troy. It is a harmful piece of software that looks legitimate. Users are typically tricked into loading and executing it on their systems. After it is activated, it can … Read more

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Cheese Burger answered jack davidson's question

First of all, you won't want to install two anti-virus kind programs on your computer at the same time, for
1. Your computer could be trapped in the endless "security scan" loops.
2. Wasting RAM resources, because 90 percent or more of their functionality will be the same.
3. You may encounter error messages as … Read more

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Computer Virus is a kind of malicious software written intentionally to enter a computer without the user’s permission or knowledge, with an ability to replicate itself, thus continuing to spread. Some viruses do little but replicate others can cause severe harm or adversely effect program and performance of the system. A virus should never be … Read more
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Cheese Burger answered Roy Roy's question

Yes, but it’s best to cut down on salt gradually so that your taste buds have a chance to get used to it. Over about six weeks, your taste buds will adjust and you’ll get used to less salty foods. Then you can start to really enjoy the natural flavours in your food!

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Computer viruses can be a nightmare. The general term computer virus usually covers programs that modify how a computer works (including damaging the computer) and can self-replicate.

Top 5 most destructive computer viruses have already been listed by tech media and experts and they are:

CODE RED (Year: 2001)

Server Affected: 1–2 Million (Total out of … Read more

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Ransomware is one of the most "popular" malware these days.
Once it's taken over your computer, threatens you with harm, usually by denying you access to your data, which means all the files on your computer would be locked with an encrypted key. The attacker demands a ransom from the victim, promising — not always … Read more

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Cheese Burger answered Flora Huang's question

Just hate ransomware and every other malware that trick people personal information and money.

My sister received the ransom note on Tuesday. It popped up on her computer screen soon after she’d discovered that all of her files had been locked. It announced, “Your files are encrypted, to get the key to decrypt files you … Read more

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Cheese Burger thanked Nora Miller's answer

The main problem with undiagnosed or misdiagnosed asthma is that the condition remains untreated, which means that it can get worse over time. A severe asthma attack can sometimes lead to death.

Undiagnosed and untreated asthma may also lead to an increased risk of lung scarring and permanent damage.

Untreated asthma can lead to following complications: … Read more