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- Because the machine is so new, it may be worth reinstalling Windows. This can cause some other hassles people have mentioned, such as finding product keys, reinstalling OEM software & drivers, etc. So cleaning may be better depending upon the situation. If you do reinstall Windows, given the circumstances make sure you do it from a read-only DVD and not an infectable USB stick.
- For any scanning software, remember to take a quick look through the options. You'll probably want to turn on detection of what are often called "Potentially Unwanted Programs", or whatever setting sounds similar to that. Basically, these are programs that almost nobody ever wants, but which can't technically be classified as viruses for various reasons. For example, some of these programs which generate constant desktop pop-ups offering to fix your computer, but which got checkbox-permission to install itself alongside whatever the user was actually trying to install.
- MalwareBytes is a fantastic first-step for cleaning, even if it doesn't catch everything. If you scroll down on their download page, they offer a special installer version called "Chameleon" which is designed to sneak a MalwareBytes installation onto a badly-infected system that tries to block cleaning software. Personally, I had to run MalwareBytes through its scan a couple of times in order for it to get everything it could detect.
- Next-up, you want to try to disable the autostart of any remaining malware that lets you. For this I recommend AutoRuns from Microsoft SysInternals suite. Grab the whole suite, or just AutoRuns to start. This tool requires a fair bit of technical familiarity, because if you're not careful you can turn off parts of the Windows startup process which you really shouldn't. Make sure it's set to hide Windows entries, maybe even all Microsoft, and to verify code signatures so that malware can't lie its way past that little loophole. Then go through and uncheck things that look like you don't want them. If you make a mistake and disable something you actually wanted, you can come back here and re-check it.
- Next you'll want to scan the system with a quality anti-virus. For this I'd say use BitDefender Free unless you already have a paid license to something comparable. Before you start this, if the system still appears badly-infected you can try their online quick scan first.
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- Go through Programs & Features or Add/Remove Programs and uninstall anything still listed there which you don't want. Then quickly check AutoRuns again just in case the uninstallers tried to do anything fishy.
- At this point, you might still have a browser toolbasearch engine/homepage that's unwanted, but with any luck it'll be the kind that just goes away nicely when you ask it. Go into your addons/extensions/whatever and remove anything that you don't want from there.
- Reboot, hopefully to a clean system.
The old saying is that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and that's 100% true with malware. If you setup some quality preventative protection on the machine, you'll save yourself oodles of time down the road from not having to fix it every couple of weeks. There are several very different kinds of ways to protect a machine, and while some are more important than others, a layering approach is very valuable. The goal is to get maximum protection balanced with minimal performance impact.
- Get a quality real-time anti-virus installed. Lots of technically-minded people try to argue that you don't need one, and they're all evaluating the cost-benefit situation poorly. Good drivers still wear seatbelts. In any case, for a non-tech-savvy family member, a real-time scanner is non-optional. If you have to go with a free choice, I'd recommend using the free version of BitDefender. If you can afford it, in my opinion it's worthwhile to go with the paid version of either ESET or BitDefender (the versions which include firewalls). If you handle multiple family PCs, you can get discounts for multiple licenses; I've been using an 8-seat ESET license for family machines for a number of years now. Adding a good firewall into the AV setup is very valuable. Firewalls themselves can block certain types of 0-day infections, plus if the machine does get infected, they make it much harder for the malware to start inviting its friends to the party. If you want to be extra-cautious, you can actually run the paid version of MalwareBytes (with a real-time scanner) alongside most major antivirus packages with only minor configuration tweaking.
- Install both Firefox and Chrome. Some of these preventative steps only work on browsers already installed when you perform them, so you'll cause yourself some trouble if they install an extra browser later on which is unintentionally insecure. Edit: Previously I'd even said to do this before the AV, but I got a PM from someone who accidentally got a bogus version of Chrome and infected themselves before an AV was up and running. Be sure you're getting your browsers from the official source! That's mozilla.org for Firefox and google.com for Chrome, but each of them regularly move the exact download pages, so I won't link them directly.
- Next up, browser extensions. On any computer you have responsibility for, always install AdBlock Plus on every installed browser. I do sympathize with those whose earnings are diminished by this, but shady ads are assuredly the #1 way for malware to get onto systems these days. Some of these problems only affect the non-tech-savvy, such as clearly shady banner ads which the experienced know not to click. But others can affect anyone. Even if you know what you're doing, it's not always clear which of the six download buttons on a page is the real one, and which are the fakes. Even worse are known prior cases of ad networks being attacked and infected because of their capability to rapidly distribute 0-day attacks to huge numbers of browsers. In a case like that, blocking the ads in advance is really your only option to protect your machine. Oh, final thing to mention, searching for AdBlock Plus in Chrome gives you some weird third-party thing as the top result, so look carefully and get the real deal.
- Erm, still browser extensions. For AdBlock, make sure you at least use the Malware list and a good general-purpose list such as EasyList, which I believe is default. FlashBlock is an extremely useful complement to AdBlock; just whitelist Youtube.com/ytimg.com and any other flash sites that you use regularly. Ghostery is another excellent extension to add on top of AdBlock, though not quite as critical. Web of Trust can be nice, especially for family members who can't tell when a site is shady. Although I wouldn't recommend them for family members, on your own machine you should add HTTPS-Everywhere and replace FlashBlock with NoScript. Both provide extra protection, but will break some sites until you fiddle with the settings.
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- Another neat little program that I recommend is Unchecky. It's not foolproof, but what it aims to do is to automatically uncheck for you all of those optional offers to add random junk when you're trying to install something else. For your own machine, it may be of questionable use, but for family members it's fantastic.
- Maybe starting to get away from the topic at hand, but for a laptop it may be worth considering Prey, which is anti-theft software that'll help you track down a stolen machine.
- A last couple of programs that might be worth mentioning. PeerBlock has some very powerful malware-blocking capabilities, but in brief tests I found that it seems to be overzealous and blocks all kinds of other stuff too. Probably only use this on your own machine, and make sure you set it to Allow HTTP. WinPatrol is a program that monitors your system's startup routine, and tells you when things are added or removed. That can be quite helpful, but it can sometimes also confuse family members by warning them about RunOnce updates to Flash or Java or whatever.
- Make sure that you go into the control panel for Java, Flash, Adobe Reader, etc, and tell all of those things to automatically install their updates if you can.
- Make sure that Windows Update is set to install updates automatically, and preferably to do so for any installed Microsoft software.
- If you need a way to access family machines remotely, TeamViewer is amazing. I'm glad LogMeIn shut down their free service a while back, because TeamViewer is far better.
Edit: Heh, I forgot to mention, but the infected PC I was cleaning a few days ago came preinstalled with McAfee. In case there's any doubt, I don't recommend McAfee or Norton ;-).
Edit 2: Good to see all kinds of useful suggestions in the comments =). Also, here are a couple of sites which publish comparison reports of various anti-virus solutions.