I had the virus i-worm/netsky.b and after running AVG antivirus several times I decided to pay Grisoft.com a visit and found virus removal utilities. I downloaded the removal tool for i-worm/netsky.b. which removed the problem with ease.
I actually had a problem with a different virus and AVG would not remove the virus with its built in virus scan; I, however, did find an alternative (for Netsky viruses as well) given by grisoft/AVG at the following URL: grisoft.com
I would suggest following the URL's instructions to the letter. If you do, you can then run AVG's Scanning Software and the Virus will have disappeared.
This removed the other virus for me and it is also supposed to work for the netsky viruses as well.
no you cannot. treatment for this condition is still elusive at this time.. a cure maybe available in the future...
Possibly a bootstrap virus.
Hepatitis B virus Hepatitis B is a type of hepatitis caused by the Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
I have the free version of the AVG Virus protection and when I ran a scan, it caught it immediately; however, it did take another scan the next day to get rid of the Rameh B Trojan. This is really a great program, especially being for free!!
Hepatitis B is a virus.A virus, known as Hepatitis B Virus, or HBV.
Hepatitis D virus
Coxsackie B Virus can be found can be found in cat fecal matter. However, not all cat fecal matter has Coxsackie B virus in it.
ebola virus, hepatitis C virus, hepatitis B virus
Intentional virus setting is when you put a virus in a computer on purpose.
Bacteriophage Lambda virus does that.
The Hepatitis B virus is abbreviated HBV.The species is related of the Orthohepadnavirus.This virus belongs to the Hepadnaviridae family (of viruses)
The hepatitis virus is actually named that particular virus for which it refers to. For example, the virus for hepatitis B is called the hepatitis B virus (HBV), and the virus for hepatitis C is called hepatitis C virus (HCV), and so on.
hepatitis B virus.
No it is not. It is a virus.
Hepatitis B is caused by the Hepatitis B virus (HBV). Hepatitis C is caused by the Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Hepatitis B virus belongs to the family Hepadnaviridae, and the genus Orthohepadnavirus. Hepatitis C virus belongs to the family Flaviviridae, and the genus Hepacivirus.
Usually caused by hepatitis B virus.
No, Hep b is a virus, hand sanitizer will only neutralise topical bacteria.
Yes. It does survive. (While HIV virus does not.) In fact Hepatitis B virus can withstands boiling water temperature for about five minutes.
the virus is smaller by b. drayton :) :))))))))))))
I have just updated my free AVG 6 anti virus program today and it caught and healed the Trojan horse downloader.Siboco.B virus. so my suggestion to you is to update your AVG.7 or download the free one.
The causative agent for Hepatitis B is Hepatitis B virus.