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Jonathan Yaniv

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returns 12/31/2017

I will help you through removing malware from your systems, steps and what further precautions you need to take. I will also help you in identifying malware, and getting it submitted to security vendors for further blocking. What I wont tell you is how to create a virus. I will also help you in how to secure your network, and what steps you can take in Internet Security. All I ask is when I answer your question, to please rate the answer.

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I actively submit malware samples to security vendors, to help create new malware and antivirus definition updates, changes, and the like. I am very familiar with malware, and how to stop it. IMPORTANT: IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO FIX THE ISSUE REMOTELY FOR YOU, I DO CHARGE A FEE OF $45.00 / hour via Paypal.


Computer Science Diploma

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    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Robert01/15/16101010Very helpful and answered all my questions .....
Jim10/20/11101010This fellow, Mr. Yaniv, is EXCELLENT!
Ed10/17/1110Thanks. I appreciate your assistance.

Recent Answers from Jonathan Yaniv

2016-01-13 Security:

Hey Robert,    To identify and remove malware, I suggest the following applications and to use all of them.    1) Spybot Search & Destroy available at  2) MalwareBytes available

2012-11-28 protecting network & checking phone for spyware?:

Hi. So what you would want to do with the router is perform a factory reset. On the back of the router should be a small reset button. Hold down that button for about 60 seconds. Keep holding it down after

2012-07-06 wireless internet locked:

Hello,    To reset your router please follow these steps:    - Go behind your router  - Behind the router there is a reset button (sometimes red or yellow) hold down that button for 30 seconds  - Release

2011-10-18 Computer Security:

Hi Jim,    If you don't mind, I'd like to split this into points so I make sure I cover everything.    - " My neighbor has an unsecured router" - A) This is dangerous and some ISP's actually prohibit open

2011-10-15 Sharing Unsecured Connections:

The problem is someone could be connected to that network with your neighbour not knowing and sniff the traffic. People do that these days, we live in a scary world. People will drive around with a laptop


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