, Virus Removal – Rubery

Computer viruses and our Rubery services

A computer virus is like a biological virus. It keeps you from working normally and demands a cure to get rid of. There are tons of different types of computer viruses. Most of them are designed to harm your computer by damaging system or deleting documents. Others might even steal your passwords, online banking ID etc.. When they’re executed they replicate by inserting copies of itself to computer programs, your data files or boot sector on your hard drive.

They are often tricky to delete and requires an IT specialist to be eliminated completely. Viruses are extremely clever nowadays and they might not be detected properly by your antivirus software, even with it’s up to date virus definitions.

That’s why we at Dr IT Services – Computer Repair not only provide complete virus elimination support but will also protect your internet actions against any future dangers.

  • Slow performance
  • Frequent system crashes
  • Slow system startup
  • Unusual error messages
  • Extra documents or programs
  • Pop-up windows asking you to buy software
  • Erratic programs behaviour

If you experienced any of the symptoms above call me immediately and don’t log in to any online services. It is not recommended to remove the virus by an inexperienced person as you may do more damage to the system than the virus itself.

Before we begin removing a computer virus from your machine we’ll backup your most important data to prevent any data losses through the virus elimination procedure.

Our next step will be scanning your virus-infected device using our tools. The speed of the scanning process is dependent upon your hardware.

SSD drive makes this process significantly faster than old hard diskdrive. Additionally, your processor speed will have a huge impact on scanning speed.

After the virus will be completely eliminated from your computer we’ll set up your operating system to protect you from future threats.

This procedure could take up to a few hours as we won’t only install antivirus software on your system but will also harden it to make it more secure. We’ll install additional software that will secure your system to the max. We’ll also disable unnecessary Microsoft Windows services which you don’t use since they may become vulnerable to attacks from viruses.

We will install software to maintain your online passwords secure and protected against viruses. After our virus removal support, you will browse the net with confidence and reassurance.

You might be vulnerable to a lot of threats if you surf the internet without proper protection.

The faster your hardware is, the quicker the virus will be eliminated.

You may be vulnerable to many threats if you browse the internet without proper protection.

Simply having antivirus will not protect you. 95% of our virus removals were at customers who’d commercial antivirus installed on their computers.

Hardening your system is the only way to protect you from online attacks.

Our virus removal service provides to secure your system to the maximum without affecting your computer performance.

Your online bank account is at risk if your computer is infected. Don’t delay, call me now.

I have an antivirus installed. Am I safe?

The answer is NO. Simply antivirus isn’t enough as most viruses and malware nowadays are designed to be undetected by leading antivirus vendors. Protection and virus removal service is a complicated process and requires great skills to be carried out properly.

How long is it takes to remove a virus completely?

It depends on the depth of infection along with your computer speed. Usually, this type of service isn’t done onsite and requires 60 minutes or more of deep analysis and processes.

I have eliminated the virus and my computer works properly now. Have I done a fantastic job?

After a virus is removed at the first stage it doesn’t mean that there are not any left. It’s highly suggested to deeply scan your system using several tools and protect from any additional threads. Your computer might appear fine but after a while, it might get infected even worst when virus hasn’t been removed completely or when there isn’t any fantastic protection applied.

Our aim in Dr IT Services – Computer Repair is not only to remove the virus completely but also protect your system against other dangers.

My computer behaves erratically but antivirus didn’t detect any viruses. What should I do?

Ideally, you should shut off your computer to prevent any data loss and call me as soon as possible. It looks like you have a rootkit that’s extremely difficult to detect and remove. Our virus removal company can remove it, but generally, this type of service is done off-site as to remove rootkit completely requires a lot of time of investigation.

How did I get infected by a computer virus?

Viruses are everywhere. You might get infected by opening suspicious email attachment (usually with an invoice or tracking number), downloading software or games, or simply browsing the internet.

Malware vs Virus

Understanding the difference between malware and viruses is quite important. A virus is just one kind of malware, however, the term is more widely used by the general public. The term malware refers to any malicious software, including a computer virus.

For example, between 2000 and 2005, spyware and adware emerged as kinds of malware that protection systems had to take care of. Malware is infecting computers and mobile devices at an increasingly greater pace. What is a Malware?

Malware is software written specifically to harm and infect the host system. Malware includes viruses in addition to other kinds of software such as trojan horses, worms, spyware, and adware.

Virus

As discussed, a Virus is a particular type of malware by itself. It’s a contagious part of code that infects the other applications on the server system and spreads itself after it’s run. It is chiefly known to spread when the program is shared between computers. This acts more like a parasite.

Adware

Adware is also referred to as advertising-supported software. It is software which renders advertisements for the purpose of generating revenue for its writer. The advertisements are printed on the screen presented to the user at the time of installation. Adware is programmed to analyze which Internet sites, the user visits frequently and to present and feature-related advertisements.

Not all adware has malicious intent, but it becomes a problem anyway since it hurts computer performance and can be annoying.

Spyware

This sort of malicious software, spies on you, tracks your internet activities. It enables the hacker in gathering information about the victim’s system, without the consent of the victim. This spyware’s existence is typically hidden from the server and it’s very tricky to detect.

Some spyware like keyloggers may be installed intentionally within an organization to monitor the activities of employees.

Worms

This type of malware will replicate itself and destroys files and information saved on the host PC. It works to eat up all the system operating files and data files on a drive.

Trojan

Trojans are a sort of virus that is designed to create a user think they are a safe program and operate them. They may be programmed to steal personal and financial information, and take over the resources of the host computer’s system files.

In large systems, it may try to earn a host system or network resource unavailable to those attempting to reach it. Case in point: your business network becoming unavailable.

Ransomware

Ransomware is an advanced type of malware that restricts access to the computer system before the user pays a fee. Your screen might show a pop-up warning you’ve been locked out of your computer and you could access only after paying the cybercriminal.

The cybercriminal demands a ransom to be paid in order for the limitation to be removed. The infamous Cryptolocker is one type of ransomware. It’s quite difficult to live without computers or mobile devices and we’ve come to rely on them for many activities — communicating, online purchases, and payments, etc.. ,