Virus's can get real nasty and make your Operating System unbootable, in such cases the user is left with only two choices either to format and re-install the operating system or to use a bootable anti-virus cleaner for removing the virus infection, obviously the second option is the preferred one, almost all major anti-virus companies provide bootable rescue disk's for removal of such stubborn virus infections, Kaspersky Rescue Disk is one of the best bootable anti-virus rescue disk out there with an fully functional option to download latest anti-virus definitions updates from internet, the free rescue disk GUI is similar to Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 allowing users to remove virus's and malware's via a familiar interface without booting into Windows. Its easy to download, burn it to USB FLASH with any burning program and it$ free!
If you don't have CD/DVD booting functionality or would prefer USB disk as the bootable medium, here is a simple step-by-step guide for creating bootable Kaspersky Rescue USB Disk: I tried several USB bootable disk creation procedure's but none worked, finally after quite some research I was able to figure out this working method. The fixgt2only supports drive letter from d: to k:, which is bad, because my flash drive was m: I did change it to h:, but a lot of unskilled users can't. I made the Kaspersky USB Rescue Disk and booted a computer with it. After about 20 sek it startet to shut down, without any notice and without scanning the computer, so this USB Rescue Disk is worthless. When you boot from your usb stick, you'll see Unetbootin menu with some entries. If you leave your pc unattended, it will loop around the "Default" option.
Sometimes the emails claim to be notifications of a shipment you have made.
Either way, you can’t resist being curious as to what the email is referring to – and open the attached file (or click on a link embedded inside the email).
The Your computer has been locked virus is also prevalent on peer-to-peer file sharing websites and is often packaged with pirated or illegally acquired software.
Yesterday I tried to download a kaspersky rescue CD from the link:
That's where the needed Gentoo stuff was, just like its shown above. The KRD boots up fine, but the database update fails.
Just have to unzip the unzipped file, if that makes sense. In my case, the network card is not installed in the old linux kernel. ifconfig eth0 fails (no device) so unless someone finds a way to install a simple, but new NIC, we both cannot update our database...
[email protected] says (here) that Kaspersky is more powerfull than Dr. I only get 487kbs then the download says it is finished and then when i try to open the archive Win Rar says that its broken. Is there any chance that you could mirror it somewhere else a that is full so that i could download it? Yeah, I got that weird little file too when I unzipped the downloaded Gentoo file.
But then I just added to the end of that little extracted file, tried unzipping it, and poof!