February 9, 2015

Anti Virus Tips-Remove autorun.inf folder virus,protect from virus,Best Antivirus

Remove autorun.inf folder virus

1. click on Start Button
2.then Click on Run
3. write down "cmd" in the Run box then you can see a CMD box.

Here, you will write down cd...(Change directory)
you can see like this C:\>
then write c:\> attrib
when you will write this command "attrib" it will show you all of your affected file.
but you should only attentive for SHR autorun.inf and SHR AUTOTEXT.bat(these are virus)
then follow this instruction>>>
C:\>attrib -s -h -r autorun.inf
C:\> del autorun.inf

and then restart your computer. if you see this problem again then just delete autorun.inf. you should do same thing for all of your drivers.

Some tips to protect from virus

Here are some practical tips to help you decide whether or not to open an attached emails:

1. If you get an email with an attachment from someone you don't know, delete it. You don't take candy from strangers, and you should behave the same with email attachments.

2. If you get an email with an attachment from a friend, don't assume it's harmless! Many viruses spread by automatically sending themselves to the addresses found in the victim's address book, and they often include something in the message body that looks like a personal message from your friend.

3. Unless you are very computer savvy, and you can tell for sure from the name of the attached file that it's not a virus, then CALL or EMAIL your friend and ask if they meant to send you an attachment.

4. If they say yes, and they can explain what it is (photos of the family picnic, etc.) it should be safe to open the attachment.

5. If they say no, then obviously you should delete the message and let them know they might be infected with a virus. It's also quite likely that the virus didn't come from your friend at all. Many viruses spoof the "From" address in the emails they spew out, so it's hard to learn the true origin.

Which antivirus is best for Internet ?

Free AV :

1. Avira (free) - Damn fast, great detection level, not resource hungry, updates are not that smooth, annoying ad pop-up @ each update.

2. Avast Home - Integrated antispyware, good detection level, fast updates, slow during deep scans, some false positives, resource hungry with lot of (unwanted ?) options.

Paid :
1. Nod 32 - Fast, great detection level, a bit resource hungry
2. KAV - Great detection level with annoying false positives, kind of cheap in comparison with Nod, may block a lot of applications with/without notification. Simply, overkill for a normal user.
* Then there are Trend/Quick-heal/Norton/Panda.. Not much of a fan of McAfee