Everybody knows that malware infiltrating your system is not just a threat but an inevitability. But with the right malware removal tools and prevention measures, you can rest easy knowing that you can minimize the damage caused by various adware, viruses and worms.
Below are eight tips from SearchWindowsSecurity.com that provide a proper list of antivirus tools, tools that defend against malicious Web sites in the enterprise, Kevin Beaver's popular malware removal handbook and more.
Cleaning a system of Malware infestation is one of the most difficult admin tasks around. Contributor Kevin Beaver has compiled this malware removal handbook chock full of references and tools to make the process easier.
tools defend against malicious Web sites in the enterprise
No matter how hard average users try to avoid the dark side of the Web, there is no guarantee of safe Web browsing in the enterprise. These free tools recommended by contributor Tony Bradley will help protect your users (and your network) from threats lurking on the Web.
proper set of antivirus tools?
Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver analyzes a set of tools and their potential antivirus capabilities.
is the best antispyware?
How do you choose the best antispyware product? Don't compare the products, compare the reviews of the products. This consolidation of antispyware reviews and rankings points to a top product.
two antispywares better than one?
Windows security threats expert Kevin Beaver explains how not to hinder PC performance while running multiple antispyware programs.
Web surfing with Content Advisor
Unmanaged Web surfing can cause more problems than just malware infection. Find out how to control your users' Web surfing.
antivirus, e-mail and Web security products
It isn't easy to find unbiased product information. Site expert Wes Noonan shares resources for researching antivirus, e-mail and web security products.
locked out of my own computer!
Windows security expert Kevin Beaver shares a helpful tool to use when your account becomes corrupt.
This was first published in May 2007