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Botnet (Explained)

Botnet A Botnet Is A Network Of Computers Configured To Transmit Data Such As Spam Or Even Viruss To Other Computers. A Computer Connected To Such A Network Is Commonly Referred To As A 'Zombie' And Can Be Controlled Via The Internet By A 'Zombie Master'. The Motivation For A Zombie Master Might Be To Initiate A 'DDoS' Attack Against A Specific Computer, Sending A Massive Flood Of Traffic To The Targeted Machine, Effectively Overloading It And Causing A Distributed Denial-Of-Service (DDoS).

Most Anti-Virus And Anti-Spyware Programs Will Only Attempt To Clean Your Computer Once You've Already Been Infected, Possibly Causing Data Loss And Days Of Frustration And Lost Productivity.

New Botnets And Other Hazardous Software Are Released Everyday. When A Botnet Invades Your Computer, ZT7 Can Help. ZT7 Can Remove The Unwanted Code Using The Latest Removal Software. ZT7 Is Ready To Meet Your Needs. Our Trained Technicians Are As Close As A Phone Call.

When Your Computer System Has Been Infected By A Botnet You Want To Remove The Threat As Fast As Possible. ZT7 Provides Fast. Efficient, And Affordable Service Throughout The Port St. Lucie Area At Reasonable Cost.

ZT7 Can Remove All Types Of Botnets And Spyware From Your Computer. Our Trained Technicians Are Experienced In Scanning For Even The Most Recently Developed Botnets And Spyware If You Suspect A Problem, Contact Us. ZT7 Is Dedicated To Eliminating The Problems These Things Can Cause On Your Computer.

After Removing Any Botnets We Immunize Your Computer Against Many Types Of Spyware And Virus By Installing The Best Anti- Virus Software Available To Reduce The Chances That You Will Be Infected Again.

ZT7 Technicians Provide Fast, Efficient Service To All Port St. Lucie Area Clients.
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Why Does My NEW Computer Need To Be Worked On?: It Probably Contains "Trial Software" That Slowes It Down.
Trial Software:Is Little More Than Clutter. It Loads Automatically When You Turn Your Computer On, Slowing Your Brand New Computer Down.
It Is "Cached" It Is Sitting There Waiting For You To Use It And Tying Up System Resources Until It Is Used. (Like Letting Your Car Idle All Day).






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