Friday, March 8, 2013

Crusaders Technical Support

Slow computer ?? 

It can be Virus

Sometimes, Virus infection makes your computer slow. If you want to make sure that it is not because of a bad hardware you can follow a few steps of troubleshooting by yourself:

  • Re-boot your computer in SAFE MODE
  • To run it in Safe Mode. First, Shut down your computer. Once the computer shuts down, start it and as soon as your computer turns on hit the F8 key (repeatedly) until a screen comes up with Advanced Boot Options/Menu.
  • Choose Start computer in SAFE MODE with Networking
  • Now, all the icons will appear little bigger in size, but that is normal.
  • You can compare the speed of your computer now. If it works faster, then there is a possibility that there might be a virus infection.

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"Are you loosing your patience because somebody hacked your new computer? "

It can be really annoying and sometimes upsetting to have one of your accounts hacked into or get a virus on your computer.
To help protect yourself from hackers it's a good idea to create a strong password that cannot easily be guessed. Putting extra things like capital letters or numbers in a password can make it stronger and less easy for someone to imitate.  It's important to keep your passwords private, even from your friends, as this reduces the risk of others getting hold of it.  A lot of people use the same password for different accounts.  It's a good idea to use different passwords, or at least vary them slightly for each different account. This means that if someone does get hold of your password, they can't then get into lots of your different accounts.
If your account has already been hacked, go into your account and change the password immediately.  If you have been locked out of your account, contact the hosts of the website to ask for either, the account to be opened to you or deleted completely.


"May be Some one is trying to trace your activities."

-It can be Spyware in your computer.

Spyware exists to track and monitor your Internet use, and then report back to marketing companies with information. These marketing companies then use your web-surfing habits, your cookies, and other gathered information to “personalize” the popup ads, ad banners, and even your junk e-mail. 

Spyware causes major computer performance issues, limits internet access, changes your home page, generates spam, and even causes Windows crashes. If you're reading this because you have some odd problem, then you almost certainly have have spyware on your computer. 

There are other types of spyware too, that record keystrokes and passwords etc. but those are not commonly found or easily available to the public. For this article, I’m speaking of the spyware known as Adware.
I think any software that transmits any information about me or my computer use without my knowledge should be illegal. Unfortunately, at this point in time, it’s not illegal, and in fact spyware use by advertisers seems to be on the rise. Major Banks and companies all over the world are supporting this awful form of advertising.

Names like Doubleclick, DSSAgent, Comet Cursor, Flycast, Gator, NewDot, OnFlow, Flyswat, TSadbot, HotBar, Web3000 and Webhancer, and dozens more are familiar to many people. I’ve seen these names in hundreds of computers, usually in the msconfig startup section.

Sometimes I’ve seen them in the “details” button of an “illegal operation” or in the description of an “Invalid page fault”.  Still other times they pop up as errors when first booting your computer, telling you there was some sort of some .dll problem. The point is, there’s plenty of this junk out there. and you need to get rid of it.

Where does it come from?

Well in most cases, you downloaded and installed the spyware yourself.  Not intentionally, of course, but adware/spyware is an unfortunate byproduct of  most “FREE” software downloads, like Bonzai Buddy, CuteFTP, Download Demon, Kaaza, NBC Quick Click, Real Player and…well, the list just goes on and on and on. 

If you just love to download and try out different free software programs because they sound cool, then I would practically guarantee that your machine is infected. It’s just a sad but true fact, that most of the free software you can find is actually supported by Spyware/Adware.

Other times, this spyware can be even bundled with software that’s actually on a CD. A good example of this is DSSagent, which comes with several Mattel and Broderbund programs.  I would also encourage you to be suspicious of any CD software that comes free out of a cereal box or free with a kids fast food meal. Do you really think you’re just getting some free entertainment for your toddlers?  Do you expect quality software out of a cereal box? Then don't install it! Run like the wind!

Since 2003, there are even websites that will add spyware to your your computer just by visiting their website, and it wasn't until Windows XP SP2 in August of 2004 that Microsoft made an attempt to stop it.

What harm can it do?

You mean in addition to slowing down your machine, taking up hard drive space, causing you to have bootup errors, illegal operations and invalid page faults? Besides sharing your family web surfing habits with marketers, and causing you to receive even more Internet pop-up windows and junk e-mail than you already do?  Oh, none I can think of.  It’s fine, really.

How can I get rid of it?

Now we come to the meat of the issue. Manually removing them is a tedious, time consuming pain in the neck, and not always 100% successful. Fortunately, Crusaders Technical Support is there to help you.


Are you getting lot many Pop ups?

A computer virus is a small computer program that has the ability to spread from one computer to another. Computer viruses are generally designed to complete some malicious act. For example, a computer virus might slow your computer, delete your files, disable your disk drives or restart your computer. In addition, many computer viruses generate pop-ups. Sometimes these pop-ups are advertisements and other times they are fictitious virus warnings designed to trick you into purchasing software.

-It can be a Virus infection.

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