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PCdoctors™ are dedicated computer and pc technicians specializing in personal and business computer maintenance, installation, upgrades and training. Their expertise lies in helping people with their computer needs at home and in small business offices via on-site "housecalls".

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Many of the PCdoctors™ have certifications such as A+, MCSE, CCNA, Linux+, Server+, and others. You will find them efficient, friendly and affordable. Most of the PCdoctors™ you find listed in our worldwide database started out with a general knowledge of computers and a driving ambition to succeed. Many work from their home and enjoy flexible hours. Click below to find out how you too can become a PCdoctor™.

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Available services include:

  • Computer repair, setup, service and site cleaning
  • Virus, spyware, and adware removal and prevention
  • Hardware/software purchase and troubleshooting advice
  • Hardware/software installations and upgrades
  • Business network installations and support
  • Home network setup and support
  • Internet and email connections
  • One on one and workgroup training
  • Website design and site hosting
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Backup strategies, and more.

Suggested Security Products


Browser Security Check
Ad-Aware
Spybot Search and Destroy
MS Antispyware
SpywareBlaster
Zone Alarm
PC-cillin Internet Security
Symantec/Norton
AVG
Sygate
StartUpMonitor
WinPatrol
CCleaner

Spyware Removal


Removing Spyware and Adware
Understanding Spyware
Task List Programs
AdAware Tutorial(1)
AdAware Tutorial(2)
Spybot S and D Tutorial (1)
Spybot S and D Tutorial (2)
Spyware lookup (1)
Spyware lookup (2)
McAfee AVERT Stinger
CWShredder
Detect and Remove Spyware
Trend Micro (free) virus scan

FTC Might Expose Adware Supporters
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION'S efforts against adware have so far focused on the supply side by filing lawsuits against companies that unlawfully install ad-serving software. Now, one agency commissioner says it might be time to target demand, by naming the big brands that use adware to market their products. "A little shaming here might go [...]


Windows Vista firewall weakness can be corrupted by attackers
The firewall in Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system (OS) can be compromised to perform prohibited functions, according to new research from Symantec. Microsoft has touted Vista as its most secure platform to date, implementing a plethora of new security features, including an improved firewall. The software giant’s OS is, by default, configured to block all [...]


Stopping Spyware at the Source
During the past few months, the Federal Trade Commission has filed deceptive- advertising cases against two distributors of what is called adware or spyware. The insidious form of software subjects consumers and their computers to unwanted advertising and surveillance. The five-member commission plans to escalate its attack by going after some of the big-name Internet [...]


New Vulnerability Found In Microsoft’s Windows Vista
A security vendor has found vulnerability with a ‘medium' security rating in Microsoft's new operating system Windows Vista. The flaw, which is similar to a buffer overflow problem, is a privilege escalation bug, according to Marc Maiffret, co-founder and chief hacking officer of eEye Digital Security, an endpoint security company based in Aliso Viejo, Calif. [...]


PC Tools Uses a Virtual Sting Operation to Nab Suspected Malware
PC Tools Threat Expert—a new automated spyware/virus weapon that rapidly decodes dangerous threats has a secret weapon—it creates the equivalent of a “sting operation” to fool suspected viruses and spyware into revealing dangerous behavior. “Most Internet security sandbox detection of suspected threats use systems that replicate the Microsoft OS,” said Michael Greene, Vice President of [...]


What’s really in my cookie cache?
You see people rant and rave about how your privacy is being seriously compromised by the use of cookies. I must say, if you just read around on google, advertiser cookies are one of the most misunderstood beasts out there. Nowadays, practically every spyware removal program flags advertiser cookies as ‘SPYWARE/ADWARE’. Try it, google up [...]


The Family Computer: Maintaining, backing up computer
While I was writing last week, I tried a couple of services for disk management so you wouldn’t have to. One was Microsoft’s free online maintenance tools at onecare.live.com and the other its for-fee Live OneCare. I beta-tested the for-fee Live OneCare during its trial period and found it really streamlined maintenance. The service was [...]


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