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it told me how to get back on any website (the virus makes IE point to a proxy)b. Click OK. Noteworthy that additional malware that infiltrates user's operating system remains on victim's computer regardless of whether a payment for a non-existent full version of a fake antivirus program is made. rights. http://100linux.com/antimalware-doctor/antimalware-doctor-problems.html

What do I do? Thank you so much! Sea Urchin 18:54 05 Mar 10 buteman's link is not to Spyware Doctor - but to Malwarebytes in conjunction with one or more other programs to kill the Antimalware processes. I'm also curious as to why McAfee didn't prevent this whole mess in the first place...why did it allow this "Antimalware Doctor" onto my computer?

Remove the check mark to Use Proxy. after PMing you the files, I disabled system restore and did a full scan with Kaspersky that came up clean. Any help, Patrick? I have an experience of 10 years working in various companies related to computer technical issue solving and Internet security.

it wont let me download anything.2.Download one of the following legitimate anti-malware applications October 1, 2010 at 9:31 AM Anonymous said... Luckily, moments after noticing the infection, I googled how to rid my computer and your help cured this (I hope) so thank you so much. Sasha ― June 5, 2010 I will help you. CAMILLE ― July 18, 2010 - 6:43 pm antimalware doctor has invaded my laptop [pc]. Many of the exploits are directed to users of Internet Explorer.

It's gone. Run Internet Explorer, Click Tools -> Internet Options. I eventually realized that it was my fault and not McAfee's that the virus got in. https://community.mcafee.com/thread/27480?tstart=0 So I installed malwarebytes and it found a bunch of infected files and removed them.

Circle us on Google+ Back to top #35 cantor cantor Topic Starter Members 18 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:29 AM Posted 27 December 2010 - 09:20 PM Here is the combofix Remove all infections found. I'm posting this from another computer. Several functions may not work.

I've tried: reinstalling explorer 8 (my web platform), rescanning with malwarebytes, scanning with Noton 360, dumping everything with CCleaner, nothing works.The one thing I did notice is that there is an http://deletemalware.blogspot.com/2010/02/how-to-remove-antimalware-doctor-fake.html When the rogue program starts, it performs a fake scan, indicating that many infections have been detected, and encouraging you to purchase the program in order to eliminate them. Don't know what to do next, help! Using the site is easy and fun.

To remove the detected infections you will need to purchase a license of this product. check over here Most likely Antimalware Doctor is also distributed on Facebook and similar sites so be very careful. How do I overcome this problem? Joey ― August 30, 2010 - 7:36 am I have this program too. any suggestions ? Patrik ― July 18, 2010 - 11:22 pm CAMILLE, open a new topic in our Spyware removal forum.

Run Malwarebytes and perform a scan. Adrienne ― August 31, 2010 - 10:43 pm Okay, so i managed to get malwarebytes working and the virus seems to be gone, no Please type your message and try again. 1 2 Previous Next 11 Replies Latest reply on Sep 8, 2010 11:29 AM by Claire What should I do first? Cabel/DSL modem ? Patrik ― September 7, 2010 - 8:26 am mitch, you have tried to run Malwarebytes in Safe mode ? Preet ― September 7, 2010 - 9:49 http://100linux.com/antimalware-doctor/antimalware-doctor-big-problems.html I will help you. Ben ― December 15, 2010 - 4:45 pm Im wondering cam this antimalware doctor mess your computer up until the point in which it doesnt allow

Your advice worked like a dream. It really got me frustrated the whole night, I couldn't even bare to turn my computer on. Now, simply perform a system restore to a point in time before the infectation.

Please note that the Windows Recovery Console is not required to run ComboFix, and that you do not need it if you have a Windows XP disk.ComboFix usually takes about 10

After I got back up, I reinstalled Malwarebytes(which was "detected" by Kaspersky, see screenshot) and was able to get a full scan, which came up clean... Which things should i remove? ralph ― September 24, 2010 - 2:20 pm everytime i press regedit or taskmanager some microsft security essentials window pops up and blocks it… i Also, if you use Windows System restore, turn it off > reboot and do a full scan with Kaspersky. MBAM found two Rogue.Antimalware Doctor items in the Registry Key which I removed.I say 'think' because, after rebooting, Antimalware Doctor no longer appears in 'Add or Remove Programs'.

The detection list that is presented at the end of the scan is entirely false. This is a rogue program employing misleading methods to encourage you to purchase the license. Which are safe? weblink Re: What should I do first?

If I am helping you, it has been 48 hours since your last post, and I have yet to reply to your topic, please send me a PM Become a BleepingComputer In order to protect your PC from such (new) infections we strongly recommend you to use ESET Smart Security. I clicked dont allow. OR you can download Process Explorer and end Antimalware Doctor process: agibck70dl.exe, but in your case can be any [SET OF RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe 3.

I have just downloaded stinger to my work-pc & will try to run it on my home laptop later today & do another scan.tnx... my computer resets after the windows loading page. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals I thought it had to be a .exe?ARG!!!

what can we do to protect ourselves? Noela ― July 19, 2010 - 9:52 pm I just got that Antimalware Doctor thing a little while ago… I Googled the instructions thanks a lot it worked for me very wellZohreh July 26, 2010 at 11:41 AM Anonymous said... Right click to a file named mbam.exe (or mbam) and select rename. this is the most aggressive virus i've ever had.

Cheers Cantor Back to top #34 Blade Blade Strong in the Bleepforce Site Admin 12,673 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:US Local time:05:29 PM Posted 26 December 2010 - 08:36 PM Should Claire Sep 8, 2010 11:29 AM (in response to cathysue) Hii had the same problem with the antivirus popups, comp was becoming unusable, and looked at the same site. Re: What should I do first? Any ideas?

Most commonly rogue antivirus programs infiltrate user's computer using poop-up windows or alerts which appear when users surf the Internet. can you help me? Patrik ― January 1, 2011 - 7:21 pm ian, try Last good configuration mode.