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  • Category: Antivirus / Spyware / Malware

    Check whether my antivirus is active or not?

    Security is major aspect of our life and when we talk about the security in the world of computer then it becomes more essential and mainly on our Day to Day work Like Online Transaction and all.
    For protecting our Network and Computer from Viruses and Hackers we Install Antivirus on Our Computer.
    When we have installed AntiVirus on our PC, we are ensure that our Online Transaction are safe and secure or Our Files are Virus Free….. But wait what if your AntiVirus is Not Working or Is not Active or Effective ?
    TechDay is here with a Tip for your Computer Security and Safety to Test Whether your AntiVirus is Working or Not ?
    Follow the Give Steps :-
    1. Open Notepad (Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Notepad)
    2. Copy the Following Code and Paste it in NotePad

    X5O!P%@AP[4\PZX54(P^)7CC)7}$EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE!$H+H*

    3. Save the File as TestAntiVirus.com
    4. Your AntiVirus Software will now Display a Warning Message after Saving File
    This Means your Antivirus is in Still in Active Stage and is Effective
    If After Saving File on Your Computer a warning message is not Displayed by your AntiVirus then this Directly means Your Computer System is at High Risk
    Solution-> Buy and Install a Good and Effective AntiVirus although there are Free One available in Market…..

    Very Important:- Although If your AntiVirus Displayed a Warning Message after Step 3 this Doesnt means you are 100% Protected, 100s of Viruses are created daily which is Very Dangerous. To Protect your PC from New Viruses, You Should Always Update your Antivirus on Weekly or Monthly Basis…and Also Remember that a Paid Antivirus is Much better than the Free Ones !!

    Enjoy !! and Safe and Happy Computing !!
  • #8083
    Thank you for your information it is very usefull to everyone. Knowing new tricks and tips about different thing is cool. Keep it up buddy.

  • #8088
    Thanks for your useful info. It is most important to check their Antivirus is active or in active.


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