Shortcut Virus Remedy

Responding to questions in Character's blog, this article describes the steps to tackle the virus shortcut on your computer. I myself had never been exposed to the virus directly, but from the results of browsing I get some information about this virus and how to prevent it.

The virus is actually not very dangerous and not damage the system, but pretty annoying because she makes a lot of shortcut files and folders on the computer, at least five shortcut to a file / folder. For antivirus out there who sometimes do not recognize this virus, because it includes local virus. So the handling is done manually.

Feature - Virus Shortcut Key features are:

* First of all, after infecting a computer, he will make a master file in My Documents database.mdb
* The second is the virus will create a autorun.inf file on each hard disk drives, flash disks, and folders without exception
* The third is that he will make Thumb.db file (be careful, note that this file without the letter s, while the thumbnail cache of the original on the computer has an additional letter alias thumbs.db s) in each folder
* To lure the victim, he will create a file Microsoft.lnk and New Harry Potter and .... Lnk in each folder which if exercised will immediately activate the virus.
* As with any other local viruses, he will make a duplicate of each folder but this time not with the extension. Exe but the extension.
* On the task manager there are processes running wscript.exe services. Under normal circumstances, there is no process like this.

Step - Step eradication:

1. Turn off System Restore. Since I have always been turned off system restore as soon as the installation of windows. For backup and imaging systems, I prefer using a third party like Norton Ghost or Acronis.
2. Turn off the virus process wsrcipt.exe (C: \ WINDOWS \ System32 \ wscript.exe)
Can use Process Explorer or misc. tool in HijackThis ..
3. Delete virus files in the My Documents .. database.mdb
4. Remove duplicate files viru.

East is Great

A full-height colour-back glass panel to the right of the reception desk is backlit with blue neon lighting and features the Amgen signage in stainless steel.

'Blue is the corporate colour, hence its introductions,' says Orpen. 'The colour also adds to the clinical look and makes this features reminiscent of an operating theatre lamp.'

Walls that appear to be freestanding highlight the lifts at the opposite end of effect, the charcoal-painted walls incorporate stainless steel panels with integrated lift controls.

Charcoal is also the shade of the reception seating. Orpen says the earthly tones of the furniture and rug relate to the overall concept for the fitout.

'While we wanted a neutral, but well-defined interior, we add accents of colour through the art work and furniture to enliven the spaces,' she says. 'In the reception area it is art work that performs that functions.'

The clinical look of the office reception is softened for the rest of the Amgen interior, with neutral tones predominating. However, the addition of red feature walls and red chairs in the cafe and meeting rooms brightens these space.

In opposition to the current trend toward open-plan offices, the Amgen brief called for a large number of individual offices. These were designed with insulated, full-height partitions to provide a high level of acoustic privacy. They are positioned in the centre of the building, with workstations around the perimeter.

As the cafe and training rooms are often used for entertaining, they have their own discrete entry. This passage features the History Wall - a collection of pictures and articles highlighting the work of the company over the years.