Yesterday in a post about security, Facebook introduced what it calls a Anti-Virus Marketplace. It reccomends and links users to download from a list of anti-virus software. The five software that Facebook recommends are McAfee, Microsoft Security Essentials, Norton Anti-Virus, Sophos AV for Macs and finally Trend Micro Internet for PCs and Macs. A majority of […]
I like using Microsoft Security Essentials – mainly because it is a good enough anti-virus and added incentive is that it is free. Recently, Microsoft Security Essentials had started ‘mistakenly’ identifying Google Chrome as ‘Malware’. This meant some users with Microsoft Security Essentials, got a rude shock with their Chrome browser being removed. Did Microsoft […]
Autorun.inf, the very well known virus carrier can now be immunized using Bitdefender’s USB Immunizer. This Autorun technology (introduced by Microsoft) has grabbed lots of hatred from security experts. Autorun.inf is a configuration file which knows what actions to perform when a new removable device is attached, but this is used by malware for spreading […]
Don’t just get too excited if you receive an email containing a PowerPoint presentation claiming to contain lovemaking techniques from the Indian book “Kamasutra”! It may not be as healthy for your computer.
With the onset of the new year, retailers and manufacturers trying to attract consumers to buy, there is a great deal offered by an Online e-Commerce portal. It is offering a 6-months FREE License to the Plus 2011 version of the McAfee Antivirus software.
Many times we do not have a Anti-Virus installed on our computer. Some times such Anti-Virus applications give false alarms about a certain file or script. Sometimes we suspect that there is nothing wrong with a particular file and that the Anti-Virus software is raising a false alarm. Most times in such cases it is […]
The IE homepage is changed by Trojan, though I have installed XX antivirus and this is a common problem for Windows users.
For this problem: Is there any thorough solution?
My answer: No.
The only good way to prevent the IE homepage from being changed by Trojan is not to visit the unknown source of websites or read email from unknown source.
Here are some tricks and suggestions you may like. I’ve tested these on XP platform…. 1. A VIRTUAL DIARY You want a quick diary on your pc, but dont want to install a separate program for this purpose. And writing notes in a word processor by giving date-time everytime isn’t a good idea. Open ‘NOTEPAD’. Type […]
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