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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/4/11 Viruses and Protection Mechanisms Group 3 Akashdeep Gupta 10P185 Anant Garg 10P187 Ashutosh Chaudhary 10P193 Harpreet Singh 10P200 Kalika Jain 10P203 Kamal Pandey 10P204 3/4/11 Contents { 8 2 9 0 2 5 6 5 -3 C 5 1 -4 2 6 D -9 1 9 E -A B D D 5 C 3 A B D } What is a Computer Virus? { 7 8 0 4 9 B D -A 7 A 8 -4 7 B F -9 A 9 D -0 1 9 D B 1 D 6 A 6 5 } Types of viruses { 0 F A C 6 B 5 6 -E 7 F C -4 1 F A -9 7 0 C -6 A 3 A 3 5 0 7 8 2 E 4 } Introduction to Antivirus Program { 4 F A 2 6 9 C B -7 0 2 A -4 B 0 4 -A B 8 7 -C F 4 B 6 D 5 0 3 E 3 8 } How an Antivirus works? { A D 2 5 9 F 1 F -E F 4 F -4 A 2 0 -8 1 D B -3 9 4 D F 7 3 B C 1 4 } when selecting an Antivirus software? { 2 7 3 A 9 E 0-0 A C 2 -4 1 D D -A 0 4 B -2 5 7 3 D 6 7 3 4 C 3 5 } Configuring an antivirus software { 8 4 0 2 6 9 D -F 3 9 -4 8 0 6 -B 9 F 7 -E 6 E F 8 5 6 8 E 8 D } What to do when suspecting virus { 3 D 2 9 5 2 4 6 -5 3 0 8 -4 3 A -B 2 4 -F 2 1 C 8 2 B E 9 2 A } General precautions one should take 3/4/11 What is a Computer Virus? A computer virus is a small program written to alter the way a computer operates, without the permission or knowledge of the user. With an ability to replicate itself, thus continuing to spread. Also, known as Malicious Software, a program that can The computer viruses can damage or corrupt data, modify existing data, or degrade the performance of the system by utilizing resources such as memory or disk space. 3/4/11 Classification of Computer viruses: 1. Boot Sector Virus 2. Master Boot Record (MBR) Virus 3. File Infector Virus 4. Multipartite Virus 5. Macro Virus 3/4/11 Boot Sector Virus Boot sector viruses generally hide in the boot sector, either in the bootable disk or the hard drive. It attaches itself to the first part of the hard disk that is read by the computer upon boot up. These viruses are spread rapidly by floppy disks and not on CD-ROMs....
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