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Malware removal best practices.

One of the things we should all consider, while still using our gadgets, such like phones, tablets, pad, computers etc is the security and protection to avoid vulnerability in any case, but if it happens before we are able to detect, we must then look for the best practice to remove these vulnerability and also prevent them to occur in the near future.
To proper remove malware from an infected device you will need to follow my step below:
First of all identify the type of malware and the symptom, then use adware and spy detectors. If the antivirus software does not guard against adware and spyware, you can install separate tools to specifically protect against these types of threats.

Quarantine the infected system or device.
 Once noticed an infected device in any system, you have to quarantine by isolating it from sharing and receiving file from other systems to prevent further spread of virus to other devices.
Disable system restore; whenever you detect a malware on your device or system, it Is advisable to disable a system restore to avoid restoring infected point to the system.

Remediate infected systems:
 in some case, you may need to employ advance scanning and removal techniques  to ensure that the system are clear from infection. When virus infects critical operation system files that are in use when the operation system is running, you may need to perform an alternate startup process in other to prevent files from being locked against a clean and repaired cycle.

In some other alternative you may also need to boot to safe mood to clean infected files, or may be necessary to boot into a complete different pre-installed environment in order to ensure that the virus is completely removed.

Schedule scans and updates:
 Another safe method is to schedule scans and antivirus update schedules. By initiating this method, that is regular system scans and updating your antivirus software, you are taking a more proactive approach to vulnerability detection in the future. Scanning device regularly will give the time to discover potential malware threats on time and then develop useful removal method.
Enable system restore and create a restore point:




Once you have remove all infections on your system, and then your system is clean of all malware infection, then you should enable system restore and make sure to create a fresh restore point of the clean system.

Whichever practical way you find very easy and useful as a protective means against malicious software or any security threat should be employed,  but you must be aware that so many type of malicious software are introduced through email attachments. So every device user is advice not to open attachment that they do not recognize.

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