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Handling Viruses with PC Support Provider
Home Computers & Technology Site Security
By: James Keith Email Article
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Way back into earlier years of computer, when mostly used was DOS command to operating system, viruses on these days has some ways not to be detected. Specifically the "Stealth" virus, which it is capable of hiding itself from the computer users, and most likely to the anti-virus. Through intercepting to the system calls which are responsible for the file reading. They can successfully give you fake information which is becoming legitimate codes for the computer system. Anti-viruses were useless then.

Evolution of the computers comes. With the presence of viruses, Technical Computer Supports donít stop discovering solutions to this problem. They come up with the discovery of Windows. They replaced the use of DOS command to Windows. Bur of course with the computer evolution of computers comes with the evolution of the virus too. Some viruses still have the capability of hiding themselves even with the presence of Windows. They can efficiently hide themselves and can work with the Windows this virus are called "rootkits"

Technical Computer Support used some tricky actions to overcome the rootkits and to save computers from menace. Rootkit mainly attacked the system, install it there and hide itself. The work of anti-virus then was to detect the virus, but before they can detect the virus, they are already moving actively to the software, and after they knew it, the rootkits already intercepted with the programs used to detect them. Using anti-virus then doesnít guarantee a complete protection of computers, especially if rootkits virus was the one intercepted with you software.

Rootkit Revealer was invented. But cannot totally eradicate the rootkit, can only detect that something is hiding within your system. This program was designed to destroy the rootkit, but fails to do so. This was called Microsoft Rootkit Revealer. It does gives a little help, further management with the Technical Computer Support is necessary. UnHackme or other anti viruses with rootkit detection was advice by the Technical Support Group to be installing in computer because it does help. UnHackMe are designed compatible with other anti-virus and also designed not to fight with the rootkits so it can work nicely with another anti-virus. Sort of back-up to each other so system can be of less exposure to viruses. UnHackMe should be installed before anything else, serves as a guard to the system and it watches the system process, taking all controls to the system before others. It can maliciously fools the virus, can detect and destroy rootkits attempts. Thatís what Technical Computer Support was suggesting during those days.

By blocking the rootkits before it gets loaded to the memory and passing the control to the anti-virus, the attempts of the viruses becomes easier to detect and remove any further intrusion. UnHackMe are capable of removing rootkits who tries to intrude the software. A nice work-up with Technical Support and installation of UnHackMe and other anti-virus was the remedy before in order to prevent viruses from further intrusion, for experts canít find a way to directly fight the rootkits before.

James Keith is an internet marketer as well as technical support specialist at iGlobalSupport. For more information on Computer Technical Support Visit @

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