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Thursday, July 02, 2009

Find Useful Advice About tech help | dv-depot.com

        Find Useful Advice About tech help | dv-depot.com
By Donna J. Jodhan
 
How many of you are comfortable when it comes to dealing with those galloping trojan horses?  Do you know what a trojan horse is?  Do you know how to detect the presence of a trojan horse?  Do you just ignore it whenever you have been given a message by your system that a trojan horse has entered your computer system?  Or do you take your time in calling in help to clean it up?  Do you just ignore it and go on your merry way hoping that it will go away all on its own?
 
For many, the term trojan horse may not mean much but it is probably time for me to introduce you to it.  I am not sure where the term originated from, but anytime you hear the words "trojan horse" you should pay close attention.  If you are unfortunate enough to have one of these virtual beasts turn up in your computer system, then you had better deal with it immediately.  This virtual beast as I call it, is not your lovable handsome horse.  Rather, it is a piece of software that has been designed by someone to wreck your security software.  Once it has entered your system, it is not going to go away until it has been totally destroyed by the appropriate security software.  In order to destroy a trojan horse you really need to know what you're doing and if you're not sure then you need to seek professional help.
 
Here are just a few things for you to keep in mind when it comes to trojan horses.  They can totally destroy your security software and leave you vulnerable to viruses and hackers on the Internet.  They do not go away on their own.  You need to have them totally destroyed as soon as you discover them. They are harmful, not harmless.  I am going to leave you with a very reliable reference to check out.
 
        Find Useful Advice About tech help | dv-depot.com
        By techgeek
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