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In our experience, few users whose computer is subject to virus or malware attack are fully backed up. This means that the typical response of many repairers to a virused machine can spell disaster or severe disappointment, with loss of vital business data or irreplaceable family photographs. We have decades of experience removing viruses and malware safely and completely, and generally the cost is comparable to a re-format and re-install by other repairers. If we can't recover your undamaged data, you don't pay a penny. 

Anti Virus and Malware Software

We will advise on and install suitable software to ensure that the risk of your computer getting re-infected is minimised. For business and power users, we recommend and can supply and support ESET NOD32. If you are a home user, there are several free solutions which can be considered.

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Up to the minute virus news & blog 

WeLiveSecurity News, views, and insight from the ESET security community

  • US forms dedicated office to help avert cyberattacks at infrastructure
    published on February 16th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    The vulnerability of critical infrastructure, including energy grids, to cyberattacks has been a growing concern worldwide. Many nations have been scrambling to improve their defenses vis-à-vis threats faced by services that are critical to the continuity of our daily lives. The post US forms dedicated office to help avert cyberattacks at infrastructure appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • Concerns about data breaches hitting all-time high
    published on February 15th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    A record-high proportion of organizations worldwide (67%) said that they had been breached at some point, up from 56% in the report’s previous edition. The post Concerns about data breaches hitting all-time high appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • Android ransomware in 2017: Innovative infiltration and rougher extortion
    published on February 15th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    Ransomware in 2017 saw users and businesses across the globe trying to cope with campaigns such as Petya and WannaCryptor. Not to be outdone, Android ransomware had a year full of innovative infiltration and rougher extortion as highlighted by the latest ESET research whitepaper. The post Android ransomware in 2017: Innovative infiltration and rougher extortion appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • Patch now! Microsoft fixes over 50 serious security flaws
    published on February 14th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    This week saw the second Tuesday of the month, and everyone who is responsible for protecting Windows computers knows what that means: another bundle of security patches have been released by Microsoft. The post Patch now! Microsoft fixes over 50 serious security flaws appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • How safe are you around your smart TV?
    published on February 14th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    Smart TVs afford us the opportunity to use them for purposes that are more commonly associated with computers. In fact, that’s what these TVs have become – internet-connected ‘computers’, much like mobile phones. It would no doubt help if we thought of them as such and treated them accordingly. The post How safe are you around your smart TV? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • Blockchain Hardened devices: Can they restore privacy with security by design?
    published on February 13th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    These developments show that security technology is now keeping up, or outpacing other technological and regulatory developments. Thus, while users’ wants often continue to trump their appreciation of risk, the industry has responded and in many cases gotten ahead of popular demand. The post Blockchain Hardened devices: Can they restore privacy with security by design? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • US and UK government websites hijacked to mine cryptocurrency on visitors’ machines
    published on February 12th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    If undetected by a user’s security solution or content- or ad-blocker, the script ran in the background unbeknown to the user until the webpage was closed. A number of the affected websites, including that of the ICO, were also offline for hours in the aftermath of the attack. The post US and UK government websites hijacked to mine cryptocurrency on visitors’ machines appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • All HTTP websites to soon be marked as “not secure” by Google Chrome
    published on February 12th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    If you're still running a website that is still using insecure HTTP then it's time to wake up and drink the coffee. Because unless you take action soon, you're going to find many of your visitors are going to distrust your website. The post All HTTP websites to soon be marked as “not secure” by Google Chrome appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • How will WPA3 improve WiFi security?
    published on February 9th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    This is aimed at improving security at the time of the handshake, which is when the key is being exchanged. As a result, WPA3 is poised to provide robust security even if short or weak passwords are used, i.e. those that don’t contain a combination of letters, numbers and symbols. The post How will WPA3 improve WiFi security? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
  • Global cybercrime behemoth busted, 36 people indicted
    published on February 8th, 2018 at 08:27 AM
    According to US authorities, the enterprise aimed at becoming the premier destination for the buying and selling of stolen payment card data and forged identification documents. It is believed that the losses that the Infraud Organization had intended to cause were north of $2.2 billion. The post Global cybercrime behemoth busted, 36 people indicted appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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