Boot sector viruses are some of the most harmful computer and complex viruses that live secretly in the boot sector of your computer. Booth sector is one of the most important parts of your computer and is responsible for loading or booting your computer when it is turned on. When you start your computer, the…
System Tool is a malicious rogue malware virus that infects typically through a trojan a PC and pretends to be anti-virus on your PC telling you that you have viruses and other issues and request that you purchase the software to fix the issues. If you are getting this warning, do not give System Tool your credit card information, it is a scam and a malware virus.
The HDD (Hard Drive) Diagnostic tool (Show in the picture to the left) is a virus that imitates a system hard drive diagnostic tool such as disk defragmenter and confuses computer users to believe that HDD Diagnostic tool is a virus. It then attempts to convince PC users that it has found multiple problems with the computer and the user should purchase the program. If you have this program, do not give the program payment information. It is a scam trying to steal your credit card information. This virus infects into the system files and takes control over various hijack points on your computer making it very difficult for a average computer user to manually remove the virus. It also blocks out most anti-virus tools from removing it or even detecting it.
A new fake rogues malware attempting to confuse PC users has been released. It goes by the name “Microsoft Thinkpoint anti-virus”. This software is in no way affiliated with Microsoft and is a fake anti-virus. Our Friendly staff will be glad to help remove it from your computer.
Computer viruses are not one-size-fits-all. They range from minor, relatively harmless pranks to major, file-eating monstrosities that will bring your computer to its knees. Therefore, whether big or small, harmful or not, viruses are nothing to play around with. The chances are pretty good your computer has a virus right now—and you don’t even know it! If your system has a virus right now, it’s best that you get it taken care of as soon as possible. Virus removal can be a quick, painless process and is an essential component of any computer repair.