I'am presently experiencing a variety of malicious spyware browser cookies, that I believe constitute the conficker worm.
What do Microsoft recommend against the "nastys" of spyware-malware ?
The mayhem of malicious spyware on IE-9 is enough to change settings, from the Internet Options and cause emergency shutdowns.
Is there a free spyware removal tool to recommend using? My anti-virus subscription can't handle all of the "estatic", those spyware cookies cause.
Lee Vernon Payne
- 已编辑 lee vernon 2012年5月29日 19:35 adding
1. In the very first row there is prevention.
2. If you feel like your AV program is not catching viruses in your computer, uninstall it (use removal tool fron AV vendor)
3. Use removal tools for supposed virus/malware. In the cas of Conficker, use removal tool from Sophos
4. Install another AV program. In the case of MS it is MS Security Essentials (for up to 10 cliuents)
5. If you feel like having you problems persistent, take hdd in another computer and test the contend of hdd.
6. This reference seems to be not serious reading, but useful
PS: Some other fora that aim at unwanted software:
Also, For information about Security updates, visit the Microsoft Virus Solution and Security Center for resources and tools to keep your PC safe and healthy. If you are having issues with installing the update itself, visit Support for Microsoft Update for resources and tools to keep your PC updated with the latest updates.
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- 已标记为答案 lee vernon 2012年6月2日 2:26