N/APosted on - 01/03/2015
Someone just plugged in a bad flash drive or downloaded a Malware in one of the computers on the network in the library. As all the computers are interconnected, the Malware has progressed and attacked the entire network. What can I do to efficiently remove the Malware? It keeps on coming up. Also what is a good network strategy so that all the computers do not get attacked? Please help.
Malware attacking all the computers in the library network.
In my opinion, the best strategy is to install malware removal software on every computer in the network. Then run the software on each computer, making sure the malicious malware has been removed.
In the past, I have gone to college laboratories and libraries and noticed that the school had blocked access to all plugs and drives by placing tape or other things over the plugs and drives, thereby keeping students from being able to connect anything that could cause a virus to enter the computer. I suggest that you do the same thing with your library computers.
Also, run the malware removal software on a consistent basis, just in case.