Wednesday, July 20, 2011

How to remove Facebook virus | Macam mana nak buang virus Facebook


Semalam aku kena virus Facebook ni atau dikenali sebagai, Koobface iaitu sejenis worm yang berkeliaran dalam Facebook. Virus ni akan menghantar message kepada kepada korang dan buat wall post. Dalam message yang dihantar akan ada link yang mengandungi virus. Sila baca sini untuk keterangan lanjut.

Atas carian Google ni antara cara nak remove adalah;

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1 – Kill these processes:

Caranya adalah;
Korang right click window bar (yang kat bawah tuh) dan klik 'Start Task Manager'

Klik pada tab yang kedua iaitu 'Processes' dan cari dan tekan image name fbtre6.exe dan mstre6.exe satu persatu, dan klik pada End Process

2 – Delete these registry values:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run\”systray” = “c:\windows\mstre6.exe”
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run\”systray” = “C:\Windows\fbtre6.exe”

Caranya adalah;
Korang klik pada Start button, dan taip run kat bar bawah tu. Boleh tekan Enter terus atau klik pada yang pertama tuh.

Window baru akan keluar dan taip regedit. Klik Ok

Cari file step by step seperti yang tertera di atas, contoh
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > Current Version > Run > ”systray”
Untuk lebih kepastian, pada ruang Data, akan tertera ini “c:\windows\mstre6.exe
Klik dan delete


3 – Delete these files:

Caranya macam korang cari fail dan folder. Mula daripada My Computer.


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1. Menukar Password Facebook.
2. Delete Facebook Application yang tak pernah korang pakai

(Klik pada sumber itu untuk lebih faham, macam mana nak buat)


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Ni yang aku dapat daripada Facebook sendiri. Rasanya untuk keterangan lebih lanjut, boleh click di Sumber.

Here are some ways to be smart and aware on Facebook and across the Internet:

  • Don’t click on links or open attachments in suspicious emails. If the email looks weird, don’t trust it, and delete it from your inbox immediately.
  • Be wary of where you enter your password. Just because a page on the Internet looks like Facebook or another site you use, it doesn’t mean that it is. Check the address bar in your browser, and learn to tell the difference between a good URL and a bad one. If you ever have doubts about the legitimacy of a link, simply type the website’s URL (for example, into the address bar.
  • Be suspicious of any email or message that contains an urgent request or asks you to update your information or provide new information.
  • Be suspicious of emails or messages that contain misspellings or use bad grammar, especially if they’re from someone who is usually a good writer.
  • Make sure you have an up-to-date web browser equipped with an anti-phishing blacklist. Some examples are Internet Explorer 8.0 and Firefox 3.0.10.
  • Make sure you have up-to-date comprehensive security software on your computer that includes anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-phishing, and a firewall.
  • Make sure you've set your operating system to update automatically.
  • Make sure you’ve listed a security question and answer for your online accounts. This will come in handy if you ever lose access and need to prove who you are. You can do this on Facebook from the Account Settings page. You should also add a mobile phone number from this page, which will help if we ever need to send you a text message to confirm your identity.
  • Don’t share your passwords with anyone. Don’t do it. Most reputable online services will never ask for your password through any form of communication.
  • Use different passwords for your various online accounts. If you use the same password everywhere, and it’s stolen, you could lose access to all of your accounts at once.
  • Use a complex password that can’t be easily guessed. Avoid common words, and make sure your password is at least eight characters long and includes capital and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols.
  • Remember that you choose what you share and with whom you share it. Think before you post, especially if the information is sensitive or personal in nature. You can learn more about how to control your information on Facebook, including how to choose an audience for each and every post you make, in our Privacy Guide.
  • Use caution when accessing or sending information over an unsecured public wireless network. Unless you can verify that a Wi-Fi network is secure, you may want to avoid transmitting sensitive information.


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Guna scanner McAfee. Software ni adalah software yang direkemen untuk scan virus Facebook ni. Untuk Sementara boleh laa.

copy and paste from reminiscence of mine


iPai said...

terima kasih back link ..

reez-zwan said...

no hal bro..adat la kan ..heheheh

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