Definitions for "disinfection"
A process used to reduce the number of viable micro-organisms but which may not necessarily inactivate some microbial agents, such as certain viruses and bacterial spores. Disinfection may not achieve the same reduction in microbial contamination levels as sterilisation.
To water experts, disinfection is a general process to kill living organisms. It does not refer to the removal of unwelcome chemical compounds in the water supply.
A chemical or other treatment used to destroy pathogenic organisms.
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Disinfection is used to clean or remove any infections within a computer system. Deletion, or removal, is used in some cases, as when the document or file is unnecessary, as with a Trojan. However, a document that is infected with a macro virus would only be cleaned, not deleted. With this process, only the infecting macros are removed, all others are left in place Though disinfection often leaves the file intact, it is possible that the file could be damaged from the attack. It is a good idea to restore files from a clean back up if possible, though some users do prefer disinfection as it is easier and simpler (and often safer, if you don't know what you're doing).
Most anti-virus software carries out disinfection after reporting the presence of a virus to the user. During disinfection, the virus may be removed from the system and, whenever possible, any affected data is recovered.
this is the action carried out by antivirus programs after detecting the presence of a virus. The virus is removed from the system and, whenever possible, any lost data is recovered.
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The act of disinfecting; purification from infecting matter.
The act of ridding swimming pool water from organic matter.