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Common Terms

Root­kit

A rootkit is a piece of software that runs at the same level as your operating system's administrator

Trojan Horse

A trojan horse is a type of malware that poses as another piece of software to trick you into installing it

 

From the dawn of time (or at least since computers have been around) users of computers have been plagued by malicious software which cracks into their computers. Examples include viruses, spyware, root- kits and Trojan horses. All these fall under the category “malware.”

But how do you deal with these ever-prevalent computer maladies? Everyone knows that despite your best efforts, many viruses will per- sist even despite good virus removal software. Rootkits are the worst things, specifically, and often duck under the radar. Bring Sacramento’s best into the situation! Nerds On Call certainly understands the unwanted agony that rogue malware can introduce to your computer and we want to make sure you don’t live with that. At our Sacramento Nerds On Call, we have Nerds on hand who would just love to come out and remove the malware from your system! They are simply wonderful at what they do – they quite often deserve standing ovations for their work. Life really doesn’t afford us the time or energy to deal with problems, especially complicated computer ones that you don’t have experience with. So if you need someone local in Sacramento to make sure your interaction with your computer isn’t negative, just give us a call or simply click the chat icon below to get started!  

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Questions nerds often hear about Malware Removal Sacramento

  • Will malware make me lose my data?

    Malware can take many forms. Many of these will cause your computer to act in an unstable fashion. While most malware does not directly erase data, you should make a backup of everything you hold dear