is there a safe free website i can use to remove trojan, worm virus from my computer?
I don't think you want a website. You need a good piece of anti-virus software. Try the AVG security suite. They have a free version that is actually quite good in my opinion.
not a website per say but free online virus scanners are available. Try trend micro housecall or eset online scanner. there are free programs too. One of my hubs has av options and links.
Once you try www.downloader.com.this will really helping you
There is a free virus scan provided by symantec; and also by Microsoft.
Trend Micro Housecall http://housecall.trendmicro.com/ is a free online virus scanner that does an ok job, but what you really need is a decent dedicated anti-virus program. I would recommend Microsoft Security Essentials which is free from Microsoft's website. Get it here: http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/ . The installation is pretty straight forward and you can do a full scan of your computer right away.
Go to snapfiles.com. they have an abundance of freeware that can fix just about any problem you can imagine.
I'd give you more precise advice if you had specified your Windows version and config, general tasks. etc.
Free virus removal software:
1 Avira Basic/Personal.
2. AVG Free.
3. avast! Home Edition (requires free registration).
4. Bit Defender Free.
5. PC Tools Free antivirus.
6. Malwarebyte's anti-malware.
8. EMSISOFT command-line anti-malware scanner.
There are free online virus scanners too, as noted by earlier replies. They can be of great help. I have a hub all about online scanners with links to those I tested.
I don't think if there is a website that can help to remove trojan virus, but i know any software that can help you get rid of it just try Norton, or BirDefender.
You should install a good antivirus that can delete the trojan, worms, virus from your computer. After any good antivirus there is no need to get any website.
I recommend to use Norton on your computer. Download and install the Norton on the computer.
You can install the free Norton from the following link.
Fix for Virus
http://www.easy2resolve.com/software-is … om-a-virus
Type Of Virus
http://www.easy2resolve.com/software-is … e-overview
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