Your Ad Here


KNetWorks And Electronic Repair Top Twelve Computer Threats.

*New* Viruses/Trojans/Spyware/Malware are now being encrypted! What does this mean? People are creating "fud viruses" Fully Undetectable Viruses. They use the same main viruses and encrypt them so anti-virus engines can't tell that they are there. How does this work? It is a very trick process and with time they will be detected but until then you are still infected! Few People Know about them, Fewer people make them, And Only A Select Few Can Remove Them!   

1. Viruses - A computer program that copies itself. They often disrupt your computer system or damage your data. Viruses are usually received by email attachments so be careful opening anything from a dubious source. They can affect anyone, for example, the destructive Mydoom worm affected one out of three small and mid-sized businesses.

2. Spyware - Sends information about you and your computer to somebody else. Spyware may send the addresses of sites you have visited or worse still, transmit personal information. With today’s concerns about identify theft this is a real worry. For example, CoolWebSearch may hijack web searches, home page, and other Internet Explorer settings. Spyware is normally received as part of shareware or freeware downloaded from the web.

3. IP Spoofing - A technique to gain unauthorized access to computers, whereby the intruder sends messages to a computer with an address indicating that the message is coming from a trusted host.

4. Trojans - An apparently legitimate computer program that is really intended to disrupt and damage computer activity by sending information, perhaps even passwords onto a third party without you knowing. As an example, recent emails entitled "Osama Bin Laden Captured" attempted to download the "Trj/Small.B." Trojan if the embedded URL was clicked. This trojan attempts to hijack the PC.

5. Spam - Unsolicited mail often promoting products of a dubious financial or sexual nature. Don't leave your email address on websites and internet bulletin boards as they are harvested by spammers.

6. Adware - puts advertisements on your screen. These take many forms including popups, popunders and advertisements that appear later, even if your browser is closed. Some are sent using the Windows Messenger service which allows a spammer to direct an advertisement straight to your computer by sequentially sending messages to IP addresses. Always irritating, they are also often of a pornographic nature.

7. Diallers - for those of us still with dial up modems, dialler programs redirect calls to a very expensive number. You won’t know until you get the bill.

8. Hijackers - Hijackers take control of your web browser and may reset your home page, search bar and search pages. They can redirect you to undesirable sites or stop you going to particular sites.

9. Hackers - With so much personal data available online to anyone with a password you must be sure your password is secure. If you are using your mother's maiden name, your cat's name or your birthday then your password is at risk. Here are two tips for making a secure password. Method One - pick two random unrelated three letter words and two digits. Mix them up and what do you have? A secure password such as "red19cat" or "hotpin73". Method Two - pick a short sequence of words such as Now Is The Winter Of Our Discontent Made Glorious' and you have a password of "nitwoodmg". You could even change the I's and O's to digits.

10. Phishing - Emails purporting to come from reliable sources such as Paypal, Ebay or your bank. Often wanting you to verify your account details, they can look very realistic but are generally scams to harvest usernames and passwords. Always open a new browser winder and type the address there, rather than clicking on the link provided.

11. Hoaxes - Chain letters, scams, false alarms. At best they take up time and bandwidth but at worst vulnerable can be victims of fraud. Pass it on!

12. Stranger-danger – For those of us with children - do you know what they actually do when they are online? Are they working on homework tasks, downloading illegal music or pornography? Or are they chatting to strangers in chat rooms? You should consider blocking access to undesirable sites and logging their activity with a surveillance tool. Oh, and don't forget that where children are concerned, computers should always be kept in a family room and never in their bedroom.

Did you know that most anti-virus programs don't pick up spyware/malware/encrypted Trojans? Even though the Biggest companies like Norton and mcaffe, which are supposed to find everything, misses almost half of all the infections on a computer. Don't Think It's Possible Let Us Show You!

We scan Your computer with over 35 different programs to ensure that your computer is not only virus/spy-ware free but also running at peak performance. Services we use include but are not limited to:

Spy-ware Doctor -Advanced Spy-ware/malware remover

Spybot  -Free spy-ware blocker/internet security

Spy-ware Blaster   -Helps to prevent installation of unwanted applications and Spy-ware.

Loaris Trojan Remover   -Mal-ware removal application

Nod32   -Top Rated Anti-virus Detection/Removal

CCleaner  -Free Application removes Old junk/Unwanted files from computer.

Webroot Spysweeper   -Advanced Spyware removal application.

Advanced System Care  -Free Advanced System Optimizer

0&0 De-frag  -Advanced System De-fragmentation.

***Many More Applications Are Used Than Are listed***

How Much Does it Cost?

If you were to take you computer to a store say best buy and have them fix you computer it would cost you $60-80/hr just for basic service plus they wouldn't  tell you how to prevent these issues from happening again and they certainly won't provide you with free software and recommendations for other top rated software to keep your computer clean.

If You were to take you computer to KNetworks, Not only will you computer be scanned with upto 35 different applications we will provide you with personal protection suitable to your needs. The best part of Knetworks is the flat rate price of $30 we will scan you computer not only for spy-ware and viruses but also registry errors and system errors to ensure that your computer is not only clean but is running at peak performance. On top of it all we will provide you with the information/tools required to prevent you system from getting sick again.

Knetworks will charge $50-75/hr for house calls. Our Service's are On A First Come First Serve Basis With The Exception Of House Calls And Rate.

KNetworks is also willing to Barter our services with/for the services of others. Example if your a mechanic could provide our service for service on vehicles.

KNetworks Also Provides New computers. For Custom Built Computers a 10% fee of the total cost will be charged for building the computer.

Unknown: If I haven't covered what you are looking for or if you are not sure about anything please don't hesitate to ask. 
Your Ad Here
Make a Free Website with Yola.