Antimalware scanners used to use signature databases to see if your computer was infected... When the program was run it would check to see if certain conditions where true (for example: new registry keys, files / folders) and if they where it would show the infection that made those changes. The process of finding new infection, creating signatures and publishing them took to long, new viruses where being made while they where still trying to detect and remove the old ones! Today, antimalware scanners use behavior based or heuristic (bloodhound) detection tools, they are like watchdogs... Looking for common changes made by malware, when sensitive settings are modified by a program the user is notified. It is now common to see a malware scanner that has both signature and behavior based, for maximum prevention and removal.
--Behavior based scanners are good mainly for prevention
--Signature based scanners are good mainly for removal of threats.
--Maximum protection is achived when both methods are combined
To explain how brain scanners work
Flatbed scanners work on almost the same principles as copiers.
How do lasers work
A cordless scanners works like how a cellphone or a regular cordless phone works. There are electrical signals that are connected between the scanners and the device you are using.
Yes if you have a usb cord
Malwarebytes Antimalware 100% compatible with Norton Antivirus & NIS2011, NIS2012 (This tell NIS Support & Antimalwarebytes forum). I have NIS 2012 & Malwarebytes Antimalware in system (WIN XP PRO SP3 with all updates). Compatibility is for free & Pro versions Malwarebytes Antimalware (last 2 versions).
To the best of my knowledge, all regular scanners can work as a photo scanner. However, if you are into photography, a specifically designed photo scanner may be best for you.
They work by scanning the food or labels to scan it to bye the food... Ha
Any scanners that are supported by SANE ("Scanner Access Now Easy") will work in Ubuntu. Note that you will need to add yourself to the "scanners" groupand log out and back in. A link in the "Related links" section below will show a list of supported models of scanner by manufacturer.
There are 3 types of scanners currently being sold on the market. These scanners are photo scanners, paper fed scanners, and hand held scanners.
Use antimalware software, e.g. Malwarebytes Antimalware, SUPERAntispyware or Hitman Pro. These programs are free and should take care of the ThinkPoint virus.
Use Malwarebytes Antimalware.