DANIELLE CHARENE: Rather than a long drawn out video, isn't there just a plain old app that
can do it for us? Inquiring mind wants to know...
ralmslb: Hi there, thanks for the video.
Will Kaspersky Internet Security prevent any future malware?
Do you consider Kaspersky to be one of the best security solutions out
MyOrion33: recently i have these processes call Uvlauwt.exe *32 can end them, taking
up memory and cpu usage, is it a malware or virus > please advise, thank
pj545: THIS VIDEO IS WELL WORTH THE WATCH.
I fell for a scam and had some pretty malicious malware hangin out on my
comp. Your video was very informative, thank you for dumbing it down for
urban7089: Hey.... That was extremely informative and easily understood
Thanks I will try it
Kay gotsole: My computers software is Win 8, and the avast free antivirus keeps
repeating a message that I have a url:mal infection. It is acting up like
nothing I've seen before, and usually pop-ups with ads would show up on my
taskbar, present content that related to the current or previous website I
was on. Do you think I should follow this video or do you think I can
follow your 22 min from 2009.
Helen Salo: I moved and have had nothing but errors,errors I changed my sign in 10
times NO MORE
Too Strong: Wow thanks a lot! I had a whole bunch of adware and spyware on my computer
from trying to download free stuff. Nothing serious but thanks for the
frankovito: Malware aside, I think we are our own worst enemy. If it asks "are you
sure?" we automatically say "yes" or "replace all" or something like
I installed an old windows XP 32 bit disk in my windows 8 64 bit machine.
Then I changed the boot order to boot from that old drive. It said all my
win 8 files were corrupt and asked to fix. Then I changed the boot order
back the way it was and rebooted using my win 8 drive and it said all files
were corrupt. So, here I was spending my time running chkdisk. Eventually
I took out the old drive and got some kind of driver error.
SpreadEx 21: 10:42
jimvandamme: I prevent malware by running Linux instead of Windows. Mint, Ubuntu, Puppy,
Bodhi, openSUSE, Lubuntu depending on the age of the machine. My newest is
4 years old and I edit movies on it.
Shaun Zhang: The reason that Hitman Pro force breach mode did not work on Win 7
Antivirus Pro 2013 the first time is because Win 7 Antivirus Pro
2013 modified the exe file associations, because of this, every time you
start a program, it will launch the infection instead.
In this case, you can rename the Hitmanpro.exe to Hitmanpro.com (you will
need to show file extensions to do that) and then run Hitmanpro.com
in Force Breach mode, it should then terminate the rogue and open up.
Andrica I Gaming: 1 hr ?!??!?! not watching...
sajin4: Hey man thank you for making this video, i had Tubesaver malware and 1 or 2
other nasties acouple of days ago. I Ran MalwareBytes and HitMan Pro, it
ripped off 97 Threats virus malware things. instant fix...
jacob massenburg: thanks i have a vires
Bob McAlister: so ...how do I do all this with an infected computer ?
W0NT0NFU1: So helpful!!!! Thanks for making this video. I will subscribe....I feel
like I owe you money! ha
any vonab: well malwarebytes already final released the anti rootkit utility it is
january 4, 2013 9:13 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Wz W'hack'z: is spyhunter good? please answer
HaVoC Dev: Aint a good idea to plug your usb in with a malware computer other wise it
could sometimes copy itself there
B Jenks: where are your links
sonicfan10461: Every time I see a video the says "100%" , a year such as "2013" , "Free"
and all caps in the title, it never turns out too pretty for me. So... no
thanks before I get even more Malware.
ChiLLaXin MaN: Everything i have gone thru... its not turning out good...
ChiLLaXin MaN: I c now that this is old post.. but i got all the way to running Hitman
updated it.. then removal as recommended.. then reboot... now pc wont boot
windows 8... gets to a black screen and occasionally hear a ding like
Malwarebytes is blocking something.. currently running Kaspersky RD10
again... any ideas??
Kitfox Voorhees: I'm going to college to become a Network Engineer and your videos are
really interesting to watch as security is such a big thing in business
networks, do you have any advice for a aspiring computer tech like myself?
jia hoong: awesome!!!! :D i've been trying to get how to use that program for years
but really need a video tutorial for it haha wish to see the video soon
thanks matt ;) your the best
mrizos: Yeah, really. NIS is super light and really effective. It just is. Avast is
pretty good for prevention and doesn't cause my clients to call me and say
"should I allow this and that".
D Harris: Nice work sir. Very educational...
phlotographer: Many admins in PC Tech in PalTalk do this type of work every day as free
help to users. One thing that will work when doing a download is to rename
the file to fool the malware which often will block downloads of malware
repair tools. Someone mentioned Kill Switch and R Kill is another option to
stop some malware items and allow for cleaning with the products available.
Slowly I have been convincing some admins to use CIS and am awaiting for
V6. MVAR is now available for cleaning root kits.
mrizos: Sure Victor, and thanks for watching.
mrizos: Yes it is. I'll make a video on it.
mrizos: renaming the anti-malware worked over a year ago, however it doesn't
anymore. Rkill works sometimes.
Atekcs: Thanks Matt, great vid! I just subscribed! I love seeing real life happen
on camera. This is what you are faced with in the real world. Are you ever
forced to just wipe/reload a system because its too infected?
Jamesdroid100: I find them weirdly addicting so they are fun to watch at the same time.
GCOCommander: Norton is not that good. For most users MSE will be just fine along with an
anti spyware program like SBS&D or SAS. Like the above user say's, most
computers that I see have Norton or Mcafee and run very slow because of the
resources they use.
mrizos: Well happy birthday then! You're welcome!
Tim O: Thanks Matt. I appreciate it.
Robert Hanger: Everyone not computer literate
Robert B. Barnier: Matt have you produced anything on Micro soft security essentials. If not
please do as I would really like to see you do a review on it and see what
others have to say in reply. Thanks for all of the info Keep up the good
work Season Greetings
mrizos: I can only recommend Norton Internet Security. It's light and effective as
soon as you install it.
nsm0220: well avast should have listen to me instead of fighting with me i had ask
them nicely at 1st to fix the fps and its detection rate but instead they
wanted to fight me and lie to me at the same time
Cory T: @FaRuQtheGooN
mrizos: I'd just rebuild it, especially if she's going to be doing a lot of
shredderss4life: The address isn't valid
mrizos: I'm always afraid they're going to be boring, but I get hundreds of
requests to make more sooooooo....more videos!