Windows 10: Beware of visiting malware infected torrent websites.

Discus and support Beware of visiting malware infected torrent websites. in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; I had recently experienced that the Melody's Escape Torrent was some form of malware that contains identity theft. I had got the clear message saying... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by Alex White_47, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. Beware of visiting malware infected torrent websites.


    I had recently experienced that the Melody's Escape Torrent was some form of malware that contains identity theft.


    I had got the clear message saying something about IP Address was being targeted to distribute malware to my system. Do not call that fake number, do not shut down your computer and do not restart your computer. Close out the Edge browser with the Task Manager by clicking End Task. Open up Google Chrome search and close out those open tabs.


    Can You Block These Melody's Escape PC Torrents?


    https://pcgamestorrents.com/melodys-escape.html

    https://igg-games.com/melodys-363319004-escape-free-download.html

    https://nblog.org/pc-games/melodys-escape-usahttps://melody-s-escape.en.softonic.com





    :)
     
    Alex White_47, Nov 8, 2019
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  2. bruinator Win User

    steps taken for infected Pc's.


    I was hoping someone could give me a list of step by step instructions you use as a guide to clean virus, malware...etc. so I can keep my PC clean if it gets infected.

    thx
     
    bruinator, Nov 8, 2019
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  3. Borg 386 Win User
    Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers' malware


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    Borg 386, Nov 8, 2019
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  4. Beware of visiting malware infected torrent websites.

    steps taken for infected Pc's.


    Hi:

    There is no one set of "boilerplate", "cookbook" or standard steps.
    Each computer is unique.
    Each malware infection is unique.
    Proper diagnosis, cleanup and repair depends on the particular infection and the system that is infected.
    The process can be tedious and time-consuming, often requiring the use of multiple powerful tools, in the proper sequence.
    Many of them can actually damage the system if deployed improperly by untrained computer users.

    Bottom line:
    Malware cleanup is best done with *customized* support provided by trained individuals who know what tools to use and how to use them.

    There are a few folks with such expertise here at this forum (I am not one of them).
    And there are a number of reputable computer disinfection fora where trained malware removal experts provide free, custom assistance.

    Cheers,
     
    MoxieMomma, Nov 8, 2019
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