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Remove Virus Doctor – How to Conduct a Virus Doctor Removal

Looking to remove Virus Doctor? Well take a number and get in line. This is a rogue virus that has been taking the internet by storm, infecting millions of computers across the globe. If you are a victim, I would highly recommend you perform a Virus Doctor removal as soon as possible.

The longer you let it stay on your computer the more intense the danger. The virus infiltrates the registry and will create counterfeit pop up alerts. You may also notice configurations to your desktop background and browser. Spyware and keyloggers can be used to make you a victim of identity fraud.

So how did this infection get onto your computer? There can be a number of reasons. For example:

o The infection got onto your system through a security gap in Adobe. Unfortunately Adobe software has some security bugs that infections like this one use to get onto your CPU. This is why it is important to have antivirus software with real time defense.

o Being victimized by Facebook or MySpace spam. Do not access emails from unfamiliar parties.

o Running some sort of shareware or freeware program. Although it can be free, this type of software Although the software is free, it can still cost you. It can be packaged with additional spyware and viruses. Many of the latest ones come attached with the Virus Doctor infection.

Although you may be seeing pop ups that read something similar to "your computer is infected!" DO NOT fall for the trap. All this program will do is scam you out of money, steal your private information, and make your computer worse.

Virus Doctor Removal
To remove Virus Doctor manually you must concentrate on the following:
1. Removing all related processes (any malicious EXE files)
2. Removing any associated DLL files (Dynamic Link Library)
3. Removing any critical .lnk files associated with the virus Go into the registry, locate and remove dangerous files in following directories:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
HKEY_CURRENT_USER

Every infection is unique so there is no guarantee of what types and how many malicious files are on your CPU. But make sure you remove the malware all at once, otherwise it will completely regenerate upon the next reboot.

I only recommend manual removal for folks who have are computer experts. It can be quite difficult and hazardous to remove Virus Doctor if you do not know exactly what you are doing. Delete the wrong files from the registry and you can cause further damage to your system.

For non computer experts I recommend installing a Virus Doctor removal tool. Specific software can help you remove Virus Doctor right away, and with real time defense, prevent future attacks from occurring.