InterWorks Blog: Malware
Seeing as we're the experts, we thought we'd share some of our intel. But beware, this level of inside information may cause extreme shock and awe. If you get lost, just fire up a flare - we'll come and get you.
It seems like over half the time I am called out on a client site to remove a virus from someone's computer, I get asked the universal question, "Where do viruses come from?" or "Why do viruses...[more]
We have been seeing alot of infected computers this week that have varients of the Windows Recovery Malware. The various antivirus progams out there dont seem to be catching it, and while...[more]
Every time I come across a client who has had some sort of malware infestation on their computer, I almost always get asked, "How did this get on my computer?" The bad news I have to give them...[more]
While scanning the Symantec website today, I ran across these 2 links that are worth sharing. This is a nice free training guide for Backup Exec 2010 Backup-To-Disk folders including best practices...[more]
After cleaning Malware/Spyware from a PC, you get C:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exe Missing or Corrupt
After performing an offline scan of a Windows XP hard drive to clean Malware-Spyware, I booted the machine up as normal and most every desktop icon or executable including Control Panel icons was...[more]