How to remove Malware/Trojans or Viruses from your Windows Machine

How to easily clean an infected computer (Malware Removal Guide)

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Malware, short for malicious (or malevolent) software, is software used or programmed by attackers to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to private computer systems. It can appear in the form of code, scripts, active content, and other software. ‘Malware’ is a general term used to refer to a variety of forms of hostile or intrusive software.

Malware includes computer viruses, ransomware, worms, trojan horses, rootkits, keyloggers, dialers, spyware, adware, malicious BHOs, rogue security software and other malicious programs; the majority of active malware threats are usually worms or trojans rather than viruses.

It’s not always easy to tell if your computer was compromised or not,because these days cybercriminals are going to great lengths to hide their code and conceal what their programs are doing on an infected computer.
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Bulk export/import of Windows wifi profiles

Introduction

Have you ever had to set up dozens of wifi networks on a client’s new laptop? These simple commands and scripts make it easy!
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How to create a desktop icon for any Windows keyboard shortcut


There’s an impressive amount of Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts that provide a much faster access to certain OS features, and chances are you apply most of them in your everyday work. But what if you want to be even more productive and put some of the vital Windows features just a click away by creating a desktop icon for a specific combination?

Imagine it like this: instead of keeping dozens of shortcuts in your head you can create a number of desktop icons, and each of them would call on two or three keystrokes at a time.

Now let’s see how this can be done.
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How to Send Large Files in Outlook?

Introduction

Microsoft Outlook is a popular email platform and using by millions of users. The most common problem facing by users in Outlook is attachment limit. It is fine if attachment size is under 20 MB (limit of Outlook) but, what if we need to send large sized attachment in Outlook. Here, we are presenting some steps that allow you to send files larger than 20 MB.
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How to Get Users to Submit Tickets

Introduction

Does this sound familiar? Requests for support come in on the phone, email, when you run into someone in the hall or bathroom or even happy hour, notes you’ve made yourself in meetings, and bosses expecting immediate satisfaction of even their most trivial issues.
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How to make your SysAdmin love you

Introduction

Looking for ways to make things easier on that handy IT guy or gal in your company? Just follow these easy steps to be the apple of their eye!
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Deploying a whitelist Software Restriction Policy to prevent Cryptolocker and more

Introduction

With the recent Cryptolocker infections, there’s been a lot of talk about using a software restriction policy to prevent it from ever running. Unfortunately, most of the talk is about blacklisting AppData; specifically, %AppData%\*.exe and %AppData%\*\*.exe. The problem with that approach is Cryptolocker is already starting to use other locations, and/or subfolders in subfolders. A blacklist will leave you constantly reacting to new threats. A whitelist, on the other hand, means you only have to react to your legitimate programs.

As someone who originally thought a whitelist would be a monumental task, I’m here to say it’s easy.
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Control Windows 10 and Server 2016 updates with WSUS

Introduction

If you want granular and complete control over updates and reboots for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, then this How-to is for you.

You may argue why should you need to have WSUS to control updates if you only have one server or one Win10 machine…. but I ask you back, if you have a machine or server that is so important you need to control the updates/reboots, why don’t you have the infrastructure to support it? How much can your data be worth if you can’t properly support it? If you want control, use the proper products/tools. The same reason you would use a Server OS to host AD or File Shares, versus doing it with local user accounts and a Win7 file server. Again, use the proper tools for the job if you want the benefits of control and configurability.
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Backdoor to Reset Admin\User Password or Add New User in Win 7

This backdoor allows you to run command prompt (cmd.exe) with system privilege from the Windows 7 login screen. So with a system privilege command prompt in your hands, you can actually do a lot of stuff including creating new accounts to resetting administrator password to gain access to the password protected Windows.
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Script to add a Machine to Domain

For a few days now, at my work we have this strange issue came up. Some random users suddenly drop off the Domain. I wanted to find a Script which is saved in Users’s machine as part of the Build process in a System32 folder. I found this Script online.
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