Curing malware infections

Monday, 20 February 2006, 5:44 PM EST

When panic-stricken customers or users call for help with systems that have gone kablooey, the culprit is probably a malware infection.

Common complaints from malware infections include dying audio, blinking video, even a system that mysteriously turns itself on and off. The reasons for infection can vary, too.

At Security Pipeline.

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