We Guarantee to our customers that if we remove a virus from your computer. You will be virus free for the next year or we will come on-site and remove any viruses for free.
Computer Repair In Middletown NY 10940
1. The first part of the process is removing all viruses, spyware, Ransomware ( FBI Virus )malware and rootkits from your computer.
2. Once your computer is completely cleaned of all infections we will then give it a complete tune-up and fix any damage that the viruses may have caused to the computer.
3. We install Anti-Virus software on your computer.
4. Then we run a final scan to make sure you computer is running at peak performance and install any devices.
All the steps above are included with the Virus Removal Service for $99.95
What do computer viruses do?
Through the course of using the Internet and your computer, you may have come in to contact with computer viruses. Many computer viruses are stopped before they can start, but there is still an ever growing concern as to what do computer viruses do and the list of common computer virus symptoms. A computer virus might corrupt or delete data on your computer, use your email program to spread itself to other computers, or even erase everything on your hard disk.
Computer viruses are often spread by attachments in email messages or instant messaging messages. That is why it is essential that you never open email attachments unless you know who it’s from and you are expecting it.
Viruses can be disguised as attachments of funny images, greeting cards, or audio and video files.
Defining viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
According to a poll taken in Orange County New York most people in the Middletown New York area (10940) are getting infecting with a specific type of virus this computer virus is “a computer program usually hidden within another seemingly innocuous program that produces copies of itself and inserts them into other programs or files, and that usually performs a malicious action (such as destroying data)”. Computer viruses are never naturally occurring; they are always man-made. Once created and released, however, their spread is not directly under human control.
- Macro viruses: A macro is a piece of code that can be embedded in a data file. A macro virus is thus a virus that exists as a macro attached to a data file. In most respects, macro viruses are like all other viruses. The main difference is that they are attached to data files (i.e., documents) rather than executable programs.Document-based viruses are, and will likely continue to be, more prevalent than any other type of virus.
- Worms: Worms are very similar to viruses in that they are computer programs that replicate functional copies of themselves (usually to other computer systems via network connections) and often, but not always, contain some functionality that will interfere with the normal use of a computer or a program. Unlike viruses, however, worms exist as separate entities; they do not attach themselves to other files or programs. Because of their similarity to viruses, worms also are often referred to as viruses.
- Trojan horses: A Trojan horse is a program that does something undocumented which the programmer intended, but that users would not accept if they knew about it. By some definitions, a virus is a particular case of a Trojan horse, namely, one which is able to spread to other programs (i.e., it turns them into Trojans too). According to others, a virus that does not do any deliberate damage (other than merely replicating) is not a Trojan. Finally, despite the definitions, many people use the term “Trojan” to refer only to a non-replicating malicious program.