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Aspect 1: basic knowledge The Europol virus is definitely not a virus How can we classify it? Perhaps as a Trojan?
Aspect 2: right terminology The Europol virus typically exists as code within web pages and uses vulnerabilities in web browsers to break out of the sandbox
Aspect 3: breadth of knowledge The Europol virus affects a number of versions of Windows, but there were no reports of it affecting Windows tablets or smartphones A version of the Europol virus affects some web browsers in Mac OS computers
Aspect 4: appropriate examples For example, the Europol virus can be removed (from a Windows system) by removing its entries from the registry. You need to start your computer in a special mode to do it successfully. List specifically what steps this process involves…
Aspect 5: critical thinking There are many web sites offering detailed advice on how to remove the Europol virus from each separate operating system. The quality of advice is generally good. Give references to some specific examples of good web sites… It is extremely difficult to find authoritative advice on how to remove the Europol virus. Some web sites advise you to download their antivirus software, which may contain Trojans. The well- known antivirus software companies do not say anything about this virus on their sites.