Malware (malicious software) comes in a variety of forms and is developed for a number of reasons. Rootkits, popups, spyware, keyloggers and viruses all fall under the larger umbrella of malware.
Common reasons behind creating malware include trying to get your personal info, including credit card numbers, and infesting your computer with popup advertisements.
Every day, malware developers become more clever in their attacks. As new security fixes are put in place by anti-malware companies, the developers find new exploits and write new scripts.
It may seem daunting to keep your computer protected, but Tech 2U can make it easy on you. Malware removal is one of our fields of expertise in the greater San Diego area. Our friendly technicians are on standby, just waiting to rid your computer of any malicious threats. We’ll also equip your computer with preventative tools, so you can rest assured your computer will be safe from now on.
We have a few ways we can help:
REMOTE SUPPORTWe’d be happy to remove the malware on your computer remotely. If you call into our La Mesa shop at 619-345-8324, we can get you connected with one of our remote technicians. In fact, any one of our phone numbers will get you access to our remote supports. Once you’re on the line with one of our remote technicians, they will walk you through connecting your computer to theirs, and they will be able to control the mouse on your screen. From their they’ll fix your computer right up, easy as that!
MOBILE SERVICEAnother option is for us to come to you. We have a fleet of fully equipped computer service vehicles, and would be happy to remove malware at your San Diego area residence or business. Just call 619-345-8324 to schedule an appointment.
And finally, you can always come by our La Mesa shop, located at 6169 Lake Murray Blvd. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have in person.
Please note, if you bring it into our shop we can run a diagnostic and give you an estimate free of charge.
We service Apple computers, as well as all the major PC brands:
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