How to Remove Polymorphic Viruses

by eHow Computers Editor

A polymorphic virus is a virus that alters its binary code every time it infects and violates a new file. A polymorphic virus is also called a stealth virus. This stealth virus is difficult to discover under normal methods of detection and virus protection.

Search for virus protection currently on your PC. If you have a system scan, run the software to detect a virus.

Run virus removal software and accumulate virus findings in your queue. Quarantine and remove them from your PC.

Discover alternate anti-virus software possibilities such as Noadware, Adware, Spyware Doctor, McAfee Virus Scan Plus, or Norton Antivirus software.

Visit the download site online to evaluate download options. Search product availabilities to download.

Review product features for each option.

Determine which virus software is compatible with your Windows System and if it is appropriate to resolve your Polymorphic virus.

Download the free version or purchase software for your PC.

Run virus protection on your PC to discover virus or viruses and review viruses that are discovered.

Use software functions and tools to quarantine and remove discovered viruses.

Download a firewall or security system to protect your computer from future viruses entering you system.

Regularly run the program to clean out viruses that may enter your computer and get past your security.