Malware Removal Service
Virus, Spyware & Botnet

Malicious software can infect your computer through daily use. Sometimes it is immediately obvious, at other times, it might run in the background, slowing up your system and degrading the integrity of your system, encrypting your data, logging passwords, or using your processor for malicious activity. CSCS uses respected and constantly updating diagnostic software to identify and remove any threats lurking in your computer so you can have confidence in your system.


  1. Install virus protection on your system. Not having security software, is like leaving the doors and windows of your home open. We use our computers for storing personal data, banking, and more. If you are unsure about the security of your system, talk to us about installing a reliable product that suits your needs.
  2. Stop, look and think twice before you click. When you receive an email with an attachment or a link, don’t automatically open it, even if it appears to be from someone you know and trust. Fake emails are successful because they are designed to look genuine. So, ask yourself a few questions first: Is this email something you were expecting? Does the email address match the sender? Does the email sound like something your friend would email you about? If you hover your mouse over the link, does the address match the sender? If you have any doubts, phone the person or company who sent you the email to confirm it is genuine. If it is not genuine, DELETE the email.
  3. Be scam aware. You will never get millions or hundreds of dollars for helping someone by providing your bank account to store their money. Your bank, eBay, PayPal, your stockbroker, etc. will not ask for your account number, PIN, or password in email or at their web site. Even you receive an email, text message, or phone call saying there is a problem with your bank account, tax return, or computer software, assume that it is a hoax. Visit for more information on how to protect yourself from scams.
  4. No company should send you programs in email unless you have talked to them specifically about what they are sending and you are on a support call or web support session while you receive the email with the program.
  5. Check before you give. If a charity asks for your support, make sure it is trusted and well- organisation. Check with
  6. Keep your software up to date. As software vendors discover vulnerabilities in their applications, they make fixes available in the form of patches or service packs. Make sure you have the most current patches that address security holes in your computer's operating system and applications.
  7. Be Internet safe. Answering online quizzes, visiting unsafe websites, and clicking on suspicious links can put your system at risk. Select the highest privacy and security setting in your Internet browser and have virus software installed to protect you, your data, and your computer.

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