With more and more devices infected with the GameOver Zeus Botnet, Microsoft and F-Secure decided to develop a new strategy in order to detect and remove the mentioned malware from every infected desktop, tablet or laptop.
GameOver Zeus Botnet represents a dangerous malware that acts mainly as a bank info theft. So, if you think that you have infected your Windows 8 device with this virus, don’t hesitate and act quickly as all of your personal info and data, especially your bank account info, might be in danger. As mentioned, F-Secure and Windows are working together in order to help you out. In that matter an online scan service has been developed, though this process will not remove the malware from your computer, it will only detect and block the same.
Protect your Windows PC against the GameOver ZeusBotnet
Now, if you want to scan your computer, all you have to do is to access this page. Don’t worry the process will only run a few seconds and in the end you will be prompted with a short message that will tell you whether your device is infected with the GameOver Zeus Botnet, or not. Also, this service is free distributed by F-Secure and can be anytime used for one or multiple computers. F-Secure is also working on a dedicated tool, or antimalware software to use for permanently removing this annoying malware.
If your Windows 8 computer is infected with GOZ, you should probably perform a clean install of Windows for being sure that all the infected files are being removed – remember to backup your data first. Also, for the future don’t forget to protect your data and you device by using professional antivirus and antimalware tools along with powerful Firewall protection.
GameOver Zeus Botnet can be installed in your device easily, like any other malware; so you can get the virus especially when accessing inappropriate websites or when installing untruthful programs, apps or software. That’s why, it is important to use an antivirus program, because it can easily block these procedures, or it can prevent you related to online sources that might act like a malware.