One of our employees got infected by a virus. It hid his entire folder structure including all programs. He works remotly so he took it to a local computer repair shop. They said he was virused and it got through a fully updated ESET NOD32 and was somewhat stopped by Spybot.
The computer repair place was unable to tell me the name of the virus or where it came from. I need to start looking into something more robust. This user uses our VPN and we cannot risk our severs being infected by one of our VPN users.
We have 6 servers (mix of W2K3 and W2K8) and 15 clients running NOD32 at the moment.
There is, unfortunately, no 100% solution. I use a combination of trend an MalwareAntibytes, But the only guarantee is a good backup. If possible, a real time backup. If you have a good backup solution,
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