Malware, Spyware, Trojan and Virus Removal
What's the difference?
short for malicious software, and is a general term used to describe all
of the viruses, worms, spyware, and pretty much anything that is
specifically designed to cause harm to your PC or steal your
attach themselves mostly to executable
files, but some can target a master boot record, autorun scripts, MS
Office macros, or even in some cases, arbitrary files. Many of these
viruses, like CIH, are designed to render your PC completely inoperable,
while others simply delete or corrupt your files.
any software installed on your PC that collects your information without
your knowledge, and sends that information back to the creator so they
can use your personal information in some unlawful way. Spyware doesn't
usually kill your PC but generally those that have one spyware
application installed also have a dozen more. Once you've got that many
pieces of software spying on you, your PC is going to become slow.
are applications that look like they are doing something innocuous, but
secretly have malicious code that does something else. In many cases,
trojans will create a backdoor that allows your PC to be remotely
controlled, either directly or as part of a botnet (a network of
computers also infected with a trojan or other malicious software).
There will continue be more on more of these online threats, some like
Ransomware will encrypt your files and only release if you pay a ransom.
Whatever the problem we are available to help and can help remove and
protect you from these threats.