Nanaimo PC Repairs


Virus Removal

It is estimated that nearly 30,000 websites are infected with some type of malware every single day. Many people tend to think that only large companies are targeted by hackers, but that is not the case. Most of the people that are affected by hackers are small businesses & home users & you do not want to be one of them! Personal blogs, company webites,  personal websites,  & personal computers are just a few examples of the things hackers can target. Wherever they see an easy target, they will do anything to capitalize on it by spreading malicious software or stealing information.

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Virus Removal Nanaimo

Nanaimo PC Repairs & Web Design Specializes in Virus, Trojan, Rootkit, Ransomware, Worm, Fake Anti -Viruses, etc., removal & clean-up.
When an infection occurs, it will usually change settings sometimes disabling common features that are needed to remove it & to operate normally. Even after the virus is removed, the settings remain disabled.
  • I use the latest Multi-Scanners with the most current DAT information to Detect, Clean & Repair any Computer Virus. 
  • I Detect & Remove Rootkits that Hide Viruses From Commom Anti-Viruses.
  • After an infection, I remove & clean any leftover traces of the infection(s).
  • I Enable locked operating systems & Repair registry damage created by an infection(s).
  • I Leave your data intact saving you from re-starting from scratch.

By the Numbers

  • 100 - 150 million - Estimated number of PCs on the Internet that are under the control of hackers.
  • 63% - Percentage of people that accept End User License Agreements without reading the text.
  • 2,286 - Number of people who say that they have been a victim of a phishing attack. With a total of 4,966 people answering the recent survey's, nearly half of those surveyed have been scammed by a phisher.
  • 15-60 minutes - Estimated timeframe for how often Trojans update and change in order to avoid detection.