Malware can create many problems for your PC. It can spy on you, corrupt your data, destroy your hard drive or give control of your computer to someone thousands of miles away. No matter what form it takes, it’s bad news. Since there are a lot of examples of malware roaming the net, it may only be a matter of time before you become the victim of a malware attack.
The most important advice we give anyone who believes they have a computer with malware on it is this: Don’t panic! Don’t assume you have to wipe your computer clean and start from scratch. The malware can often be removed without having to erase everything else. You may lose some data in the process, but you may not lose everything.
Has your computer has a virus? You might suspect your computer of having a virus if it seems to be sluggish. If your Web browser suddenly looks different or automatically goes to a site you don’t recognize, that’s a good indication that you’ve got some malware. If your computer is unstable and crashes fairly often, you may have a problem. And if you try to access files but receive a message saying they’re corrupted, that’s another sign.
Some viruses disable antivirus software — they’re clever that way. If you don’t have any antivirus software, now’s a good time to purchase or download an application. A few malware variants will try to block you from downloading antivirus software. If that’s the case, you may need to download the software on another computer and transfer it to disk or a flash drive.
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