Monday, June 6, 2011

Using Adachi Computech Solutions for Your Laptop Repair Needs | by Justin Dike |

The laptop computer is a great tool to have regardless of what it is needed for. That tool allows you to access the internet wherever you are or wherever you are going. And as much as you rely on that tool, you are that much more inconvenienced when something goes wrong with it. When you need laptop repair, there are several options that you can use, including taking it down to the local repair shop. Depending on the skill level of the computer repair shop and how busy they might be at the time, you might be without your laptop computer for as little as a few days to as long as a few weeks. There are other options of laptop repair, however...Keep Reading

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Justin Dike is an Online Computer Support specialist for Adachi Computech Solutions -a leading global IT support company Headquartered in New Jersey, USA. AdachiCompuTech provides technical support via phone and remote access for laptop repair, PC support, virus removal, and more! Consumers and small businesses take advantage of AdachiCompuTech's comprehensive Live 24/7 tech support services from US, UK, Canada, and Australia.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Why Remote Technical Support from Adachi Computech Solutions Saves Time and Money

The cost to repair your computer is more than just the actual cost of the computer repair services itself. With some computer repair service, you also have to include the cost of driving to the repair shop, leaving your computer, and then driving back to pick it up when the computer repair is completed. In other cases, you might think that you are better off trying to do the computer repair yourself, using virus removal programs or other software that you download and install onto your computer. The problem with doing this can be huge. If you are trying to remove a virus, you have to know what kind of virus that you are searching for and exactly how to do it. And a number of the virus removal programs as well as the so-called online virus scanners are nothing more than ways to put viruses on your computer. Expert virus removal services employ high-level of security skill-sets needed to remove most viruses lurking on computer systems...View Full Post - Why Remote Technical Support from Adachi Computech Solutions Saves Time and Money | by Derek Brown |


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Monday, January 31, 2011

Virus Removal and Computer Protection

This article tends to discuss what computer viruses are; how to determine whether your computer is infected with viruses; how to recover from virus infections; and finally how to protect your computer against viruses.

Computer viruses are small software programs that spread rapidly from one computer system to another when acquired and they disrupt normal computer operations. Computer virus infections are becoming very rampant lately! Customer experience shows that acquiring a computer virus is a typical issue that even the most advanced computer users often encounter. This is due largely in part to the sudden outburst of malicious codes being increasingly complex and viruses involving more system elements than ever before.

Cybercriminals tend to target software applications that are popular and widely in circulation. When such software applications are discovered, virus developers look for any existing loopholes within the applications to be utilized as launch-pads to infect computers in mass numbers. Furthermore, computer viruses typically infect computers through other avenues, such as web browsers, manipulated source codes, email attachments, compromised software distribution sites, and much more.

Virus Removal Process

Knowing when your computer has acquired viruses is a critical step in the Virus Removal process. Generally, some of the obvious computer virus symptoms include, but are not limited to the following:

• Unusual computer slowness
• Frequent computer lock-ups
• Untimely computer restarts
• Frequent system crashes
• Unusual system error messages, and much more.

Most computer viruses can be very difficult to get rid of, especially when you do not know where such viruses are hiding on your computer. You can also experience such difficulty when you do not have current definitions of reliable antivirus software program. Adachi Computech Solutions discourages the use of online virus scanners as most of them are virtually ineffective. Besides, most computer viruses are skillfully crafted to prevent access to online virus scanners. Rather, you can use virus removal programs to perform boot-time scans of your operating system or technically, you can apply manual removal if you know the location of the viruses on your computer.

Protecting your Computer against Viruses

When you surf the Internet without an adequate security protection, you are inadvertently giving cybercriminals green light to hitch a ride on your computer. To protect your computer against virus attacks, you must take adequate security precautions, including but are not limited to the following:

• Installing a reliable antivirus software on the computer
• Configuring more robust third-party software firewall
• Installing a reliable antispyware software on the computer
• Scanning all incoming email attachments
• Optimizing the overall performance of the computer
• Updating the computer operating system
• Updating the antivirus & antispyware definition, and more.

Availing Virus Removal and Computer Protection Support

The computer security experts at Adachi Computech Solutions are available for Virus Removal Support 24 hours a day in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia. Availing one of the web’s top Managed Security Service from your trusted Technical Support provider is as easy as dialing 1-866-607-2321.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

System Tool 2011 Removal Support

System Tool 2011 is another rogue (fake) antivirus program that appears as legit antivirus software. Once installed, usually via Trojans, this program is designed to automatically run false scans and display bogus security alerts, pop-ups, which disrupt the end-user’s overall computer-browsing experience. The sole purpose of this rogue antivirus program is to trick its victims into believing that their computers have been infected and thereby urging them to purchase the full version of the software in order to proceed with threat removal and protection. DO NOT fall for this kind of marketing tricks as doing so will result to total waste of your hard-earned money and exposure of your credit card to cybercriminals.

How to Remove System Tool 2011

If your computer has already been infected with System Tool 2011, get rid of it right away as failure to do so will result in getting your system disabled by this rogue antivirus software. Furthermore, System Tool 2011 is capable of changing your desktop wallpaper with its blue screened message warning about your computer being infected and your information being at risk. It will hijack and redirect your Internet Explorer or whatever web browser you are using, in order to have you purchase the program with your credit card. Again, please do not purchase System Tool 2011 as it will neither remove infections nor protect your computer in any way shape or form.

Remove System Tool 2011 manually by restarting your computer in safe mode using F8 key. Use the built-in FIND or SEARCH utility to locate the files, folders, & processes related to System Tool 2011. Once found, delete all the items and empty the Recycle Bin. It is important to delete both the windows registry entries and the Prefetch folders which have been created by System Tool 2011. Remember to create a backup of the windows registry prior to doing so.

System Tool 2011 can also be removed from your computer automatically by using antivirus software. You need an updated version of reputable antivirus software to remove the threats. Schedule your antivirus to perform complete scans and removal of all infections.

How to Avoid System Tool 2011

If your computer has not been infected with System Tool 2011, avoidance is the best strategy to staying safe from this bogus software! When visiting websites, be careful on what you click on, especially ‘executable’ (.exe) files. Most rogue-ware will automatically launch installer-scripts when either an image or an executable file is clicked on. Once the software is installed onto your computer, it installs multiple instances of Trojans and Malware, such as Trojan.FakeAlert, that generates the alerts, Trojan.Downloader, Rogue.Installer, Fake.Beep.Sys, Disabled.SecurityCenter, Malware.Trace, and more.

System Tool 2011 Removal Support

If you are unable to remove System Tool 2011, security pros are a click or call away! You may Google Remote Virus Removal to find the help you deserve.


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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

How to Remove User Account Control Malware

The genuine User Account Control (UAC) or UserAccountControl is a feature in Microsoft Windows Vista and 7 Operating System, implemented to assist in preventing unauthorized changes to your computer system. With its famous security warnings or permission alert messages, such as “Windows needs your permission to continue;” “A program needs your permission to continue,” and much more, UAC tends to seek your permission before performing actions that could potentially affect the overall performance of your computer.

Just recently, cybercriminals have developed a rogue (fake) anti-spyware program with a similar name as User Account Control. This bogus software deliberately displays fake security alerts and reports false system security threats to trick you into thinking your computer is infected with spyware, adware, Trojans or other malicious programs. If your computer is infected with User Account Control rogue antispyware, get rid of the malware immediately.

Listed below are the steps necessary to completely remove all the components and files of User Account Control. Please fell free to contact the technical support experts at if you need technical assistance removing User Account Control malware:

1. Kill or terminate the following processes associating with User Account Control:

• UserAccountControl.exe
• launch.exe
• LiveSS.exe
• Service.exe

2. Locate and remove the following files relating to User Account Control:

• %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\services.exe
• %UserProfile%\Application Data\User Account Control\unins000.exe
• %Program Files%\User Account Control\LiveSS.exe
• %Program Files%\User Account Control\db\WMILib.dll

3. Find and delete the following registry entries relating to User Account Control:

• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent “URLSS[]”
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Security Center “AVPath” = “\\.\root\SecurityCenter:AntiVirusProduct.instanceGuid=”{653E64F8-62B6-4F96-B22D-4FFC6E44130E}”"
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “User Account Control”
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer “uniname” = “User Account Control_is1″
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\FTP “SearchDir” = “%Program Files%\User Account Control\”
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\User Account Control_is1
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\User Account Control

Blog Disclaimer:

The aim of this posting is to educate readers and computer users on how to safely detect and remove spyware, viruses, malware, Trojans, adware, worms, and other Internet threats off their computer systems. Any information provided herein is “as is” for reference and educational purpose only.


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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

A New Backdoor Malware Targets iPad Device on Windows

Owners and users of the newly released Apple iPad should be wary of an unsolicited email that Scammers are circulating. The email appears to look like the one below:

Subject: "iPad Software Update"

Message: “Hello iPad user! There were released updates for software installed on your iPad device. It is very important to keep the software on your iPad updated for best performance, newer features and security. All you need is a computer with the latest version of iTunes and internet connection for updating your iPad software. It is important to say that during software update no data is lost. To get the latest version of iTunes software, please go to (webpage blocked for security purposes) and install the application. After this, connect your iPad device to the computer, select iPad in the iTunes sidebar. Click ‘Check for update’, to see if new version of iPad software is available or not and then click update to install the latest version of the software on iPad. Thank you!”

In their continued efforts to target mass users of popular devices and/or applications, malware developers have released a new backdoor malware being identified by BitDefender as Backdoor.Bifrose.ADDY

As seen above, the email was crafted to trick iPad owners and users into downloading software update from a Web page that looks like a legitimate iTunes download page, but which turns out to be malware that researchers say is capable of opening a back door on the targeted device, giving cybercriminals or hackers unauthorized access to it.

According to Sabina Datcu, technology writer for BitDefender “ After installing the supposed software update, the malware injects itself onto the "explorer.exe" process and opens up a back door that attackers can use to take control of the infected system.” It also attempts to read the keys and serial numbers of the various software programs installed on the computer and logs passwords to the victim's ICQ, Messenger, and POP3 mail accounts, and protected storage, Datcu said.


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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Malware distributed by most Ad-Serving Networks

Malware lurking in Ads that are delivered by ad-serving networks of Google, Yahoo, Fox, and others have been identified as “JS:Prontexi,” by Antivirus and Malware researchers at ALWIL Software, the Prague-based developers of Avast Antivirus. They said the Malware is usually spread through JavaScript code poisoned to infect advertising distributed by major ad-serving systems and other exploited applications.

The ALWIL team said the Malware exploits vulnerabilities in Java, Adobe Reader, Acrobat, QuickTime, and Flash and then launches fake antivirus warnings on victims’ computers.

The Malware does not require much interaction from computer users. According to Jiri Sejtko, a senior virus analyst at Avast, “Users can get their machines infected just by reading their favorite online newspapers or by doing searches on popular topics; computers can be infected after the infected ads are loaded by the web browser.”

The ALWIL team also said that some of the most popular ad delivery services have been the "most compromised," which include Yahoo's and Fox Audience Network's

For more information on JS:Prontexi Malware, read the Avast blog


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