• Hallmark virus attack

    Hi our organization is facing onslaught of the HALLMARK virus.Symantec has no TA\update on this latest variant as of today i.e. JAN 13-2009 If anyone has experienced this Virus in corporate environment please share your comments and suggestions for mitigating the adverse impact of this Virus.By the...

    Paramnarang5 pointsBadges:
  • Do I have malware on my system?

    I have been told that if you cannot see your start-up item in the system configuration utility window under the start-up tab, that's an indication that you have spyware. Is there any true to this?

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Cure for Malware Antivirus 2009

    Anybody know a cure for malware Antivirus 2009?

    jfa0215 pointsBadges:
  • Connect to a Vista laptop in the field without any remote software.

    How can we connect to a remote laptop running Vista Pro in the field to run an AV scan and a Malwarebytes scan? Can we initiate this over the net without any pre-installed software?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Removable media scanned for malware

    Why should removable media be scanned for malware “on-demand” and/or “upon insertion?”

    lorenlamam5 pointsBadges:
  • How can a general user trace the origin of TCP/IP data generated by persistent e-mail anomaly?

    Thank you very much for taking time to consider this question. What do you recommend for a general user who needs to trace the origin and route of TCP/IP data associated with an e-mail message? My SOHO computer is infected by some form of malware. The ISP's tech support could not resolve it; the...

    Troubleshoot201415 pointsBadges:
  • What are some of the best practices in handling computer viruses?

    I know this might sound like a broad question but I'm looking to start a good discussion here. For many SMBs, acquiring malware sometimes feels like an inevitability (despite putting in different security patches/antivirus software/etc.). I'm not looking to talk about the prevention of viruses but...

    ITKE413,470 pointsBadges:
  • Transmitting encrypted PDFs via email

    Hi! I could use some help. My company plans to send out critical data to our clients in encrypted PDF format. Is there a danger that they could be blocked in the future as virus scanners become more sophisticated and conclude that they could be carrying malware?

    ITKE413,470 pointsBadges:
  • Our team is looking to a tool to scan a PDF file for malware

    Our development team is looking for a tool that can scan a PDF file to determine if it might contain malware or a virus. Alternatively, the tool assigns a risk level to PDF.A web-based solution could work if it's scriptable. Does anyone have any suggestions?

    ITKE413,470 pointsBadges:
  • Using the free reverse engineering malware tools in REMnux

    Hi Experts, I have seen Keith Sir's(Keith Barker)Video on REMnux. This seems to be powerful. I have somewhat understood the video. Had little queries. Kindly guide/suggest.I Just wanted to understand if this can be implemented on production as VM and scan through the infected windows...

    raviv073110 pointsBadges:
  • Delivery Failures for mail I did not send – Spoofing or Trojan

    I'm getting delivery failures for email I didn't send. It's probabaly someone spoofing my account, but could it be a trojan sending emails directly via SMTP? How can I tell? Is there a way to query the SMTP service for a list of sent emails?

    Eag5 pointsBadges:
  • Do you see mobile malware becoming a dangerous trend for BYOD?

    In a recent report, FortiGuard Labs has seen a 30% uptick in mobile malware and is tracking over 250,000 unique malicious Android samples, along with 300 unique malicious Android families. The company says while BYOD is still a fast-growing trend, malware could affect both an employee's device and...

    Michael Tidmarsh47,260 pointsBadges:
  • SVCHOST.EXE is malware which infects the registry

    How do I delete this registry infection? The problem appears under the name 'INTERACTIVE SERVICES DIALOG DETECTION' and prevents printer function (in my case). I have tried using MS Config to eliminate unknown downloads but that didn't work . Have tried several registry 'cleaners' without success.

    billL50 pointsBadges:
  • Will the Kaspersky OS experiment work?

    Kaspersky Labs recently confirmed rumors that it is building an operating system aimed exclusively at protecting industrial systems from malware. Think it will be a success? What issues do you see with the company's approach?

    Ben Rubenstein10,710 pointsBadges:
  • virus or malware

    I have a pop-up reminder that I need to know if it's a virus/malware or something else. Can i send a screen shot?

    mesak5 pointsBadges:
  • Win XP Pro SP3 Way Too Slow, after a spyware attack, and already cleaned it!!

    hi, i have a P4 3.0ghz system, with Win XP Pro SP3 & ie7 tht is running very very slow in anything and everything after a spyware attack. even openning a new ie7 browser take 20-sec's... i have P4 3.ghz, 1gb Ram , 80gbHD, PC Cillin IS 08 updated... and got the spyware, and had it removed already...

    Shem1o135 pointsBadges:
  • Virus treatment

    Hi Last night when I browsed an unkown site suddenly my display size where changed and became so smaller than normal size!!! I run antivirus(I updated in before and its MacAfee) but I didn't detect anything!!!! every thing in display setting is normal!!!! Could you please help me!!!!!??? Thank you....

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • Virus Prevents Programs From Running

    Recently I got a bunch of viruses on my laptop. After removing most of them, I have encountered a serious problem: When I click on a program to run it, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, for example, a dialog box pops up and asks what I would like to run this with. It's an executable, it should run by itself....

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Signatures of Trojans

    How can I verify that there are no trojans on my network?  I would like to know where I can find signatures for the latest inceptions of the biggies in the trojan world.  I do not trust my anti-virus program and want to manually check md5s of files that trojans infect.  

    AndrewGauger105 pointsBadges:
  • One computer cause another on the network to slow down

    Hi guys, I faced strange problem recently. In network with 3 computers, router, printer one of the computer share documents and database file. One week ago strange things start to happen. When accessing shared documents on main computer from second computer everething works fine, but when opening...

    Evgeniy40 pointsBadges:

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