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[TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #1
Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer


Need To Know Information

If you are any of these things, please leave right now:
  1. You have problems with a program that will keep you safe, but will annoy you sometimes.
  2. You don't care about your computer or anything else, just here for a quick fix.
  3. Want me or others to setup your computer for you.
  4. Know if you screw up, it's your own damn fault and not mine.
  5. Think this tutorial will solve all your problems for everything.
  6. I'm assuming you're using this on a clean install and not a fucked up virus infected whore computer.
  7. You hate reading and don't enjoy education.

If you didn't read that part up there, I have every right to flame you.


Introduction

I'm just going to go through on how I protect my computer and keep it running better than ever. I will keep it minimal and show you how to keep it minimal, while still having the eye candy. I'm here only to show you and let you know, you don't need anti-virus programs to be safe. I really hope you enjoy this little tutorial and open your mind to different possibilities. Thank you.


Comodo - 100% Free

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Comodo is a very light weight application that is very affective and takes up little resources. It has its own sandbox, defence system, and a firewall. It will protect you from just about everything and it will even alert you of programs that are trying to inject them selfs into other applications. Now this thing can be annoying while first using it, but it's fully customize able. Here is how I set mine up.

Installing
  1. First download Comodo Internet Security (follow the link to the correct page).
  2. Once downloaded open it and start installing and follow this. (this is all in the install and doesn't go in order)
    • Comodo FireWall - Yes/Your Opinion
    • Comodo Antivirus - No/Your Opinion
    • FireWall with Maximum Proactive Defense+ - Yes/Your Opinion
    • I do NOT want to join the Threatcast community - No/Your Opinion
    • Live Support 30 Day - No/Your Opinion

  3. Restart your computer.
Setting Up
  1. If you restarted and logged back in you should get a message asking if you want to trust this network. I would check don't detect networks anymore, because you can't trust anyone including your own network.
  2. Right click on the icon in the task bar and select Defence+ Security Level > Safe Mode, FireWall Security Level > Custom Policy Mode.
  3. If you have set those settings, you will get a lot of pop-ups. You need to make a choice now! If you want to protect your shit, let it annoy you and have it ask each time. If you don't care, set it to remember your option next time.
  4. You're done, that's how mine is set up most of the time. When I get a virus I crank that shit all the way up and restart. If you checked remember next time, it wont show up because you already let it through.
Detecting Viruses

Learn how to use it and if you're a virus maker like me, test your own virus on yourself and see how Comodo will take the hit. You will be amazed at what you find! It's fucking insain how Comodo can pick it up right in the act. I catch other hacker's IP and they get all freaked out, cause I now have their IP. Enjoy scaring people.


Comodo System-Cleaner - 100% Free

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Yep, Comodo has so many programs they offer for free it's insane. Lets get started here.
  1. Download and install Comodo System-Cleaner (follow the link to the correct page).
  2. Once installed open and go to the settings page. Check/Uncheck these ones:
    • Create backup before cleaning registry - Uncheck
    • Store logs for Registry Clean - Uncheck

  3. Go to clean up and check it all besides the last one. Hit scan, clean, yes, done.
  4. Next go to your disk cleaner and check everything besides the filter one. Hit scan, clean, done.
  5. Privacy cleaner and check everything. Hit scan, clean, done.
  6. AutoRuns Manager > Run and delete the applications you don't want running.
  7. AutoRuns Manager > Start-Up and delete the applications you don't want running.
  8. AutoRuns Manager > Services and disable the ones you don't need running. Google can help you with that. I have cut down my resources and made my computer even faster by disabling unneeded tasks.
  9. System Settings, this is all you. I don't even want to get into that...


CCleaner - 100% Free

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CCleaner is a very popular cleaner, so I wont show you how to set this one up. You might also want to delete your system restore points, sometimes viruses will just sit in there. You can download it here.


Defraggler - 100% Free

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Same crap as CCleaner, but defrags your computer. Just run it and select the drive you want to defrag. You can download it here.


Disk Cleanup

This comes with Windows, Start > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Cleanup. Check all the boxes and hit clean.


Removing A Virus

This is how I remove the viruses without tripping. If I somehow get a virus that injects it self into my explorer.exe or svchost.exe all I have to do is simply replace those. First I have to end them and then delete them from the start up, which you can do in CCleaner. Next I put in my XP CD and go into the i3 folder and look for explorer.ex_. I copy it over to my desktop, create a new bat and put expand explorer.ex_ explorer.exe. After doing so I run the .bat, download Replacer and simply replace the file. That's it!


Notes

Q. When should I run CCleaner & Comodo System-Cleaner?
A. Once a week and run the defrag every 2 - 3 weeks.

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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #2
A bunch of useless programs imo, ccleanr does what you can do by hand but causes uneeded cpu usage. Default firewal+windowsdefender work well. +light weight AV like MSSE. Personally, i don't use AV or AM of anykind only windows firewall.

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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #3
(05-25-2011, 06:06 AM)Jacob Wrote: A bunch of useless programs imo, ccleanr does what you can do by hand but causes uneeded cpu usage. Default firewal+windowsdefender work well. +light weight AV like MSSE. Personally, i don't use AV or AM of anykind only windows firewall.

Not really useless, you can use the programs for many things. I use Comodo to test things and to see what processes are doing what. Windows Firewall kinda sucks if you didn't know already.

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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #4
Really good share there also tune up utilities which is really good
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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #5
(05-25-2011, 06:38 PM)jhfire Wrote:
(05-25-2011, 06:06 AM)Jacob Wrote: A bunch of useless programs imo, ccleanr does what you can do by hand but causes uneeded cpu usage. Default firewal+windowsdefender work well. +light weight AV like MSSE. Personally, i don't use AV or AM of anykind only windows firewall.

Not really useless, you can use the programs for many things. I use Comodo to test things and to see what processes are doing what. Windows Firewall kinda sucks if you didn't know already.


the processor tester would be great to have honestly, maybe i was wrong xD

well windows firewall is what comes default so why change it?
i dont care about virus protection, computer is old, cant sustain even the most lightweight av's

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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #6
You should add TrojanHunter and tools like that also Amigo 360 SpeedUp is best ! ! !
(This post was last modified: 07-03-2011, 08:53 PM by sparechange.)
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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #7
Lol, none of these softwares are professional. But thanks for the tutorial anyway.
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RE: [TUT] Removing A Virus & Protecting Your Computer - Never seen before! #8
Lol, none of these softwares are professional. But thanks for the tutorial anyway.
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