KeyKey 2000 1.21.Reg_ Removal – How to Remove KeyKey 2000 1.21.Reg_ Effectively
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|KeyKey 2000 1.21.Reg_ is one of the most dangerous threats. Once this threat is infected with your computer, it is necessary to remove KeyKey 2000 1.21.Reg_ at once. There are some tips on how to remove and prevent KeyKey 2000 1.21.Reg_ from your PC below.|
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What is a Trojan
The Trojan horse is a program usually involved in the applications or games designed by some programmers and available for downloading on the Internet. The Trojan horse can take control over users' computer systems, and may cause the computer system to be damaged and crashed.
What is a Worm
The Worm, with its self-spreading malicious codes, can distribute itself automatically from one computer to another by network connection. The worm can execute harmful actions, such as consuming the network or local system resources, which may lead to attack from declining service. Some worms can execute and spread themselves without computer users' notice, while some others need users to execute its worm codes before spreading.
What is a Virus
The apparent attempt of the virus codes is to self-reproduce. Viruses always attempt to add themselves to the host programs in order to distribute over the computer. Viruses may damage the system hardware, software or data. When a host program runs, viruses execute as well and compromise other new host programs. Sometimes, the viruses may also deliver extra loading.
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