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  • Remove all virus, trojan, malware, spyware, and adware infections
  • Repair any Windows operating system issues
  • Tune computer for optimized performance
  • Test computer for proper functionality

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What is a Computer Virus?

Computer viruses or malware (malicous software) are malicious software that take control of your computer. Viruses and malware run in the background and can spread to other networked computers, people you email, and can infect multiple files in your computer.

What is Adware?
Adware may modify your computer to display advertisements in unwanted places, such as the desktop or in uncontrollable pop-ups, or it may be less notorious, such as installing a toolbar on your Web browser without prior notice. This can create revenue for the author of the Adware, despite it being against the Terms of Service of most major Internet advertising networks.

What is a Trojan
A Trojan horse may itself be a computer virus, either by asking other users on a network, such as a instant-messaging network, to install the said software, or by spreading itself through the use of application exploits.

Trojan horses can be installed through the following methods:

  • Software downloads
  • Bundling (e.g. a Trojan horse included as part of a software application downloaded from a file sharing network)
  • Email attachments
  • Websites containing executable content (e.g., a Trojan horse in the form of an ActiveX control)
  • Application exploits (e.g., flaws in a Web browser, media player, instant-messaging client, or other software that can be exploited to allow installation of a Trojan horse)

Security Vulnerabilities
Security Vulnerabilities can allow a hacker remotely access your computer. Once a Security Vulnerabilities is found on a computer, a hacker can have access to your system perform various operations, limited by user privileges on the target computer system and the design of the Vulnerability.

Operations that a hacker can perform on your computer include:

  • Use of the machine as part of a botnet (e.g. to perform automated spamming or to distribute Denial-of-service attacks)
  • Data theft (e.g. retrieving passwords or credit card information)
  • Installation of software, including third-party malware
  • Downloading or uploading of files on your computer
  • Modification or deletion of your files
  • Keystroke logging (recording your typing)
  • Watching your screen
  • Crashing the computer