The Norton utilities program is not programmed to keep out any type of virus rather it is programmed to do tasks such as recover accidentally deleted files (depending on what condition they are in), defragment the registry, tasks to maintain a healthy hard drive, etc. The Norton Utilities are a set of tools to help keep your system healthy. A Virus scan will scan your system looking for malicious code that may do damage in one way or another. Such as deleting files or attempt to get your personal financial information, etc.
system?, if your running mac fee or Norton anti virus if the program is enabled its secure , don't stress :)
It just deletes the history of the fact the virus was on your system.
Virus can be a small program that alters or creates a process which system can badly damage by means of altering or deleting.
No, it's an antivirus, but anyone can make a virus with name Norton.
Yes, but it might be a system file, so double check before deleting.
Manually deleting a virus is you going and deleting directories, changing registry keys and that sort of thing. Whereas anti-virus software just does all this for you.
Norton is a very popular anti-virus program. If your Norton system happens to stop working, one of the easiest ways to troubleshoot is to uninstall then reinstall the program on your computer.
Yes a computer virus can be removed from a computer. At the very least it can be quarantined so it does not affect the system. Norton Antivirus and McAfee Antivirus can scan your system for a virus and get rid of it.
No, a Trojan virus cannot be removed from a file without deleting the file itself. Sometimes it is necessary to delete more than the infected file as a complete system recovery might be the only way to salvage the operating system.
you should get Norton it works really good
don't touch system 32 it is necessary for your computer to work if you think you have a virus use an anti virus software deleting any files in system 32 will only make things worse
Just use 'Search' to find the file and then delete it from the file/folder.
Deleting a virus from an infected file.
Norton is a very popular security that people use. More likely than not, it can fix most viruses with relative ease. The more challenging ones that they cannot get you will most likely have to do a system restore back to the time before you had the virus and that'll fix the problem.
# Disable system restore (otherwise the virus will return) http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2001111912274039?OpenDocument&src=sec_doc_nam # Start your PC in safe mode. do this by pressing F8 when the computer is starting up. # Run norton antivirus and it should be able to find and delete the virus # Restart the computer # Enable system restore
AntiVir or AVG are two good free anti-virus programs.
If you wanted to identify if you have a virus then I suggest you download a virus anti scanning system. Such as AVG or Norton then after this it will give you details of where your virus is and then you can go and sort it out from there. AVG 8.0 is the latest to be released from them and probably one of the best online.
Free virus removal tools are available on the internet. One can also buy them from Norton, Symantec and other providers of malware, spyware and virus removal tools.
Neutralizing it and deleting it. Some anti virus software does this automatically.
Yes, according to my virus software (Norton Security Suite)
norton anti virus of course
You can not say either macfee or Norton is bad, both are good anti virus security software.but basic deference difference is Norton is consuming more system momorey as compair to mcafee. and make computer slow
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