I'm not working on an Institute PC, but I think I have a virus.
What do I do? The first thing you need to do is establish whether
or not AntiVirus software is installed on your personal computer.
Think about the reasons you believe you have...
One of the best ways to protect yourself from a virus is to know
something about the way they work. By learning how to be a smart
computer user in your own right, you can successfully navigate
around a majority of the infectious material that lurks...
Discovering that a computer virus has infected your PC or your
work files can induce a lot of anxiety; it may even cause you to
panic. Our best advice? Try to relax, chances are you're not going
to lose any work and your machine will remain...
What's a hoax message?
Hoax E-mail messages distribute false, often disturbing,
information designed to trick recipients into passing the same note
onto other E-mail users. On the surface this does not sound like a
terribly threatening or bothersome...
In common usage the word 'virus', when applied to computing, has
been shaped to encompass an array of entities of a generally
malicious nature. Technical professionals in the field of virus
detection and eradication often take the common grouping...