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Virus Warnings & Alerts

As you will see, various anti virus firms rank virus threats differently. What could be the #1 threat on one may not even show in the top 10 in the others.

We have listed 4 anti virus companies top 10 known viruses for you, check regularly and make sure you have virus software and the definitions are up to date for peace of mind.Viruses like Klez.I and Bugbear.B continue to infect thousands of computers, many months after they first appeared.If your antivirus is not updated, these viruses could be in your PC.

What is a virus?

A virus or worm is a computer program that can spread across computers and networks by making copies of itself, usually without the user’s knowledge. Viruses can have harmful effects. These can range from displaying irritating messages to stealing data or giving other users control over your computer.

How does a virus infect computers?

A virus program has to be run before it can infect your computer. Viruses have ways of making sure that this happens. They can attach themselves to other programs or hide in code that is run automatically when you open certain types of file. Sometimes they can exploit security flaws in your computer’s operating system to run and to spread themselves automatically.
You might receive an infected file in an email attachment, in a download from the internet, or on a disk. As soon as the file is launched, the virus code runs. Then the virus can copy itself to other files or disks and make changes on your computer.

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Simple steps to defend against viruses and spyware

Install anti-virus software on all of your desktops and servers, and ensure they are kept up to date. Because new viruses can spread extremely quickly, it is important to have an updating infrastructure in place which can update all the computers in your company seamlessly, frequently, and at short notice. anti-virus solutions can be automatically updated, ensuring the latest virus protection is in place against the latest threats even when your office is unmanned.

Don't forget to protect your laptop computers and desktop computers used by home workers. Ensure they are running up-to-date virus protection as viruses and worms can easily use these devices to enter your business. Virus protection software can easily ensure that your laptop and remote workforce are automatically updated with the latest virus protection every time they connect to the internet or your network.

Stay up-to-date with software patches

Many software vendors issue advisories on security issues. For instance, Microsoft runs a mailing list which warns of security loopholes and issues found in Microsoft's software and advises on patches which are available for protection. IT should subscribe to such mailing lists, and act upon the advisories as appropriate. When a new security hole is found in an application or operating system, and a patch is available, organisations should have an infrastructure for testing the patch works properly and rolling that patch out across their userbase. Some vendors may provide automatic patch updating for home users, and such systems may be appropriate for updating your mobile workforce and remote homeworkers with the latest security fixes.  
Help with virus terms - Unsure what a term means ? We have a page of computer and virus terms to help you understand the meaning.

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