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My System Might Have Malware. What Should I do?


fourm member

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In spite of appearances this is not a helproom question.

Actually, I don't have malware but, even if I did, I know that this is not the way to deal with it.

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SimpleSimon1

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Now you understand why Gov IT projects have so many overruns...after all, by the same logic, when you've finished testing the software, you obviously have to dispose of all the kit it was tested on since it won't be any good to deploy to real users.....actually, given some of the testing I've been involved in (rolling an APC over various mobile devices to see if the devices really were 'field-hardened'), that's not always so far off the truth :-)

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wiz-king

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Are you sure? A good excuse for getting rid of the old PCs and getting a new system. Grin

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spuds

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This sort of waste and wild decisions happened in the past, is happening now, and will do so in the future.

But lets no worry, "lessons will be learned".

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Jock1e

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More lessons to be remembered.

Click Here

Someone making a few bob out computer maintenance for the Government.

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