Bigelow's Virus Troubleshooting Pocket Reference
By Dunham, Ken
With the growing number of viruses infecting computers-and an increasing level of damage-safeguarding your system has never been more important than now. This useful pocket reference shows you how to detect viruses, what steps to take once infected, and how to prevent future attacks. Concise and thorough, this handy guide contains all you need for diagnosing and troubleshooting destructive computer viruses-including the newest generation of network email *worms*. Inside you’ll find out about:
*Exposed Virus Myths and Hoaxes
* Antivirus Laws
* Symptoms of Infection
* Antivirus Software Scanning Methods

Renowned anti-virus professional Ken Dunham reveals various troubleshooting scenarios, making this practical reference invaluable for all computer professionals and technicians.


DOI: 10.1036/0071372687

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Author Biography

Ken Dunham (Nampa, ID) is the owner of A-Z Computer Consultation and the Anti-virus professional for About.com. His anti-virus site was selected as the best on the Internet by Yahoo, PC Week, and AOL.


Bigelow's Virus Troubleshooting Pocket Reference
Author(s): Dunham, Ken
ISBN: 0071372687
DOI: 10.1036/0071372687

Format: eBook, 416 pages.
Pub date: 27 Jul 2000
Copyright: 2000
$19.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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