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But let's say you DON'T have Windows XP - you have some other OS like Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, NT, 2000. Many ... Generally speaking, I advise you ... Doing this is simple, the instructions you need to use your built in Windows XP firewall can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=320855 If you read through that and look through the pages weblink

Sygate has a ... ZoneAlarm is throwing up warnings all the time as well as it blocks stuff. Be sure to keep whichever one you choose up to date! Running more than one firewall will not make you safer - it would likely (in fact) negate some protection you gleamed from one or the other firewalls you ran together.

Discussions cover how to detect, fix, and remove viruses, spyware, adware, malware, and other vulnerabilities on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion trojan dialer by geoffrey Any ideas?? That's one facet of a secure PC, but firewalls don't do everything. They have a CD you can order (it's free) that contain all of the Windows patches through October 2003 and some trial products as well that they released in February 2004.

  • Directions for safe mode are here.http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/1999101916343139 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - trojan dialer by geoffrey / April 4, 2005 7:22 PM PDT In reply to: geoffrey Thanks for
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  • Also, don't expect a large performance increase or anything - especially on todays 2+ GHz machines, however - I look at each service you set to manual as one less service

In other words, read up before you take any advice - you are the one ultimately responsible for your actions. All Rod needs is one good firewall, one good AV program, one good pop-up stopper and some common sense. Email files8/11/2004Lorry Q: would this be within your field of expertise: I get some email that looks bit of funny, and I would ... If you require support, please visit the Safety & Security Center.Other Microsoft sitesWindowsOfficeSurfaceWindows PhoneMobile devicesXboxSkypeMSNBingMicrosoft StoreDownloadsDownload CenterWindows downloadsOffice downloadsSupportSupport homeKnowledge baseMicrosoft communityAboutThe MMPCMMPC Privacy StatementMicrosoftCareersCitizenshipCompany newsInvestor relationsSite mapPopular resourcesSecurity and privacy

Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? However, there are a few applications that seem to be the best at what they do, which is eradicating and immunizing your system from this crap. A: Howdy: Using del *.* does NOT format a system.. Everything in my posting is meant as a guide.

Things like Sasser/Blaster enjoy just sitting out there in Cyberspace looking for an unprotected Windows Operating System and jumping on it, doing great damage in the process and then using that virus8/14/2004Carolyn Meinel Q: ected sir/madam i am facing the following probel when i start my internet connection. You also have hardware on your machine that requires drivers to interface with the operating system. hello, do you know what this...8/13/2004Carolyn Meinel Q: do you know what this is: res://xifxg.dll/index.html#37049 and how to get rid of it.

But let's say you DON'T have Windows XP - you have some other OS like Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, NT, 2000. A: Once the email is downloaded to your computer, it(the computer) is open to infection. paints2003, Jul 4, 2003, in forum: Windows XP Basics Replies: 0 Views: 579 paints2003 Jul 4, 2003 Re: pc has virus and virus scan cant complete task DL, Jun 26, 2005, Download and run Webroot's Spy Sweeper.

Is there any point in running both Avast & AVG or should I remove the AVG? http://songstersoftware.com/trojan-horse/trojan-horse-dialer-8u.html Well, you don't have the nifty built in firewall. I am SURE I missed something, almost as I am sure you won't read all of it (anyone for that matter.) However, I also know that someone who followed all of Shenan Stanley, Jul 27, 2004 #3 johnf Guest Shenan, do you run all those on your PC?

anti virus8/18/2004Carolyn Meinel Q: I have Norton. Two side-notes: Never think one of these can do the whole job. Any help woudl be greatly appreciated. (Using Windows ... check over here You have a video card that allows you to see on your screen, a sound card that allows you to hear your PCs sound output and so on.

Do I run them all on my PC - I have chosen one from each section where only one is necessary - and regularly use three from the spyware list on I have 3 spyware programsI can't get rid of in spite of ... AVG could not heal this & sent it to the AVG Virus Vault.

Doing this is simple, the instructions you need to use your built in Windows XP firewall can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=320855 If you read through that and look through the pages

Rod rod Will Denny Guest Posts: n/a Re: virus Posted: 07-27-2004, 09:37 AM Hi Try these programs to check for any spyware that may be on your system: Ad-Aware - My Norton Anti-virus 2000 is no longer ... Always (IMO) get the manufacturers hardware driver over any Microsoft offers. I just preferred Avast.

You should at least turn on the built in firewall. Spy Sweeper weedled out a few things & Spybot picked up something as well. Recently I have been getting a pop-up box from what ... this content Guarantee you it will clean it.

ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE ------------------ That's not all. I saw one person posting on a newsgroup that "they had never had a virus and they never run any anti-virus software." Yep - I used to believe that way too Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Always get the critical ones as you see them.