The Internet is a great source for information, it makes shopping, paying bills and making travel arrangements easy, and it’s a great way to stay in touch with friends and family currently living in faraway places. Unfortunately, the Internet attracts a large number of hackers, predators, and thieves that can get into your system and steal your personal information. Not only this, but these hackers can also have one goal and one goal only – to ruin your computer system for whatever reason. Fortunately, there a number of effective Trojan and Internet worm fix and removal tools available that can help keep your information and your computer safe.
About Trojans and Internet Worms
Trojans and Internet worms are malicious software programs. Also called “malware,” Trojans and Internet worms can cause damage to your computer and in some cases, these malicious software programs can damage your computer beyond repair. The good news is: Trojans and Internet worms can be safely removed from your computer using a “free worm remover.” Before we discuss the free worm remover options, please continue reading to learn the differences between Trojans and Internet worms.
A Trojan, also called “Trojan Horse,” will present itself as a helpful program, but once installed on your computer, it will wreak havoc on your system almost immediately. Trojans may appear in the form of files or software programs that have been sent from a legitimate source. The Trojan will install itself and a number of things can happen. Some Trojans will simply rearrange your desktop or add annoying icons to your desktop and others will delete entire files. Some of the more advanced Trojans can open the door to predators will steal your identity. These types of Trojans can give users unlimited access to your system. Trojans do not reproduce or replicate. Worms, on the other hand, can reproduce, self-replicate, and infect other files.
Internet worms are a sub-class of viruses. They can spread from computer to computer, travel across networks and copy your address book and send them out to everyone in it. Worms can freeze or disable entire servers. Some of the most sophisticated Internet worms can actually tunnel into your computer and give users remote access to your computer. One of the most notorious of these is the Blaster Worm. The Blaster Worm, created in part by an 18-year-old kid from Minnesota back in 2003, spread on computers running Windows XP and Windows 2000. The worm was also “Lovsan” and “Lovesan.”
Internet Worm Fix and Removal Tools
To get rid of malicious software there are several free Internet worm remover software tool downloads available on the web. It is important to make sure that the Internet worm remover tool download is from a trusted source. If you are running Windows, stick with Microsoft software downloads. Microsoft offers its “Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool” free of charge for its Windows operating system. The great thing about this free Trojan and Internet worm removal tool is that it updates once a month and reports if malicious software is found.
Other malware and worm remover tools include: Norton AntiVirus and McAfee Antivirus. These software programs are not free. It is important to note that while the Microsoft Software Removal Tool helps remove infections, it does not prevent them. If you want added security, it’s best to install Norton or McAfee as well.
The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool checks Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003 computers for and helps remove infections by specific, prevalent malicious software including Blaster Worm, Sasser, and Mydoom. When the detection and removal process is complete, the tool displays a report describing the outcome, including which, if any, malicious software was detected and removed. The tool creates a log file named mrt.log in the %WINDIR%\debug folder. Version 1.30 adds Win32/Allaple to the list of malicious software this tool detects.
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