Computer Virus

A computer virus is a computer program that can duplicate or copy itself and spread by inserting copies of itself into other programs or documents. Computer viruses can be analogous to biological viruses that spread by inserting itself into living cells. Computer viruses can be destructive (for example by destroying the data on the document), making computer users feel annoyed, or no effect at all….

How it Works

Computer viruses generally can damage your computer software and can not directly damage the computer hardware in a way that forces the program includes over process to a specific device such as VGA, Memory Procesor even (especially on operating systems, such as family-based operating system Windows (Windows 95, Windows 98/98SE, Windows NT, Windows NT Server, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Service Pack 1, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista Service Pack 1) and even GNU / Linux. negative effects, especially a computer virus is to multiply themselves, which makes the computer resources (such as Real Time CPU, memory usage) to be reduced significantly. Almost 95% virus is a virus-based computer operating system Windows. The remaining 2% attacked Linux / GNU with the kernel version below 1.4 (and Unix, as the source of Linux, of course), 1% to attack the Mac, especially Mac OS 9, Mac OS X (Tiger, Leopard). 2% more attack other operating systems such as FreeBSD, OS / 2 IBM, and Sun Operating System.

How to Overcome Computer Virus

Virus attacks can be prevented or overcome by using antivirus software. This kind of software can also detect and remove computer viruses, so long as the computer virus database is owned by the antivirus software already contains the code to remove the virus.

Example of a reliable antivirus and counteract the virus is Kaspersky, Panda, Sophos, Symantec, Bit Defender, Ansav, SmadAV, AVG, AntiVir, PCMAV, Norton, Norman, McAfee, and others.

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