FN SECURE: OH NO! MY SYSTEM’S INFECTED

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OH NO! MY SYSTEM’S INFECTED

Hope-fully this is not the case for the majority of you, but I know there will be a few people who are going to be infected.  The only way you are really going to know if you are infected is diagnosing your computer properly. I recommend getting Lock down 2000 for this.  Install it on your system and run a full system scan on your machine. 


After running Lock down 2000, run your anti virus scanner just in case Lock down missed anything.  You may ask yourself why I  suggest such redundancy?  Computers are built on the principle of redundancy.  One program will always compensate for the short-comings of the other. This should reveal most if not all Trojans currently residing on your machine.  Until you are absolutely sure about not possessing any Trojans on your machine I suggest being alert of the happenings on your computer.


Run the firewall programs to block out intruders.

Monitor your system for unusual happenings (CD Rom opening for no reason)

Use the Net-stat command to see what ports are being used if you get suspicious

The ultimate goal is not to be paranoid about the use of your computer.  It’s about being smart about how you use your computer.  to be paranoid about the use of your computer.  It’s about being smart about how you use your computer. 

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