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Malware Removal Guide By Symantec

Currently there are thousands ofnew computer viruses or other types of malware discovered each month.  Many of these threats are designed to resistdetection, and removal, and may disable the execution of your antivirus software, and your computer’s ability to connect to online scanning that can provide remediation.  Still other threats reinstall themselves almost as quickly as they are removed.  Asthreats to our personal information and computer systems grow, so doour tools to attempt to fight them.  Unfortunately it is not always possible to be prepared for every threat.

In those cases where infection occurs due to out-of-date virus definitions or not yet patched system code, and the threat has latched onto a system and current antimalware solutions are not yet able to remediate the situation, a manual virus removal solution is called for.

Do not attempt to perform malware removal without first backing up your important files and folders. It is recommended that you read throughthis document in its entirety before attempting remediation of your virus issues.  When you are ready to attempt removal,a Table of Contents has been added so that you can quickly jump to a particular section for easy reference.

Threats to your computer system, data, and identity come in many different forms. A virus is a self-replicating program that is designed to damage or degrade the performance of a computer.

A virus is replicated by being copied or by initiating its copying to another program, computer boot sector or document. On the other hand, a File infector virus when executed on a system will seek out other files and insert its code into them.

The programs with .EXE and .COM extensions are the most commonly targeted, but a file infector virus can target any executable file.When the application is started, the infection is executed and carries out its designated task. It is commonly injected into the system memory. There it waits for a trigger from which to corrupt other items.

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