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Virus Removal & Virus Control and Management
Is your computer infected with viruses and spyware? Are you not able to open your Internet web browser? We can help! Virus removal and spyware removal support service from Staunton Computer Repair will help you to maintain a smooth running of your computer system. Our professional certified technicians are available to quickly identify and remove viruses, spyware, adware, and other internet security issues to ensure that your security is not breached and your data is protected .We not only take the time to remove the viruses or spyware that are infecting your computer but we also take the time to safeguard your system from future infections!
YOU PROBABLY HAVE A VIRUS IF…
The symptoms listed below are rarely caused by anything except a virus. If any of these symptoms are present you should strongly suspect virus infection.
• You received an e-mail with an odd attachment and opened it, with unexpected results such as the appearance of odd dialog boxes or a sudden degradation in system performance.
• There is a double extension on an attachment that the user recently opened, such as .jpg.vbs.
• An antivirus program is disabled for no apparent reason and it cannot be enabled. The system may also report an error condition.
• An antivirus program will not install on the PC or appears to install, but then will not run. • Odd dialog boxes or messages appear onscreen.
• Several files are missing, especially those of a common type. For example, some viruses have a side effect of deleting all graphic files of a particular type.
• Someone tells the user they have recently received strange e-mails from them containing random attached files or virus.
• The PC starts performing actions seemingly on its own, like moving the mouse pointer, opening or closing windows, running programs, or opening and closing the CD tray. This is a symptom of someone actually using a
back door to operate the PC, rather than a symptom of the existence of the back door.
• You notice the presence of new users with full security permissions that you know you did not create, or you notice inappropriate permissions assigned to existing users. Again, this is more often a symptom of back door hacking than virus infection.
• The mouse pointer changes to some different graphic.
• Odd icons appear on the desktop that the user did not place there, although the user has not installed any new applications lately that could have placed them there.
• Strange sounds or music plays from the speakers for no apparent reason.
• File sizes or date/time stamps have changed on files that the user knows he or she did not alter.
• A program that was used successfully recently has disappeared, and the user knows that he or she did not uninstall it.