How did i get the annoying viruses?

 Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.A are dangerous trojan viruses. And they attempt to infect as many drives as possible especially removable drives. When you switch on your computer a message show: Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.Ainfection! Microsoft Security Essentials then keeps warning. You’ve tried a trojan scanner which didnt remove the virus, you have also tried going thru prossess but when checking the value of “shell”se viru its already set as explorer.exe and not giving you the location of the virus. They collect and steal its victim’s confidential data and transmit it to remote cybercriminals. Win32/simda and Win64/simda viruses are terrible and stay in your registry entry cannot be deleted by antivirus programs both in normal mode or safe mode in Windows XP, Vista or Win 7. Effected by Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.A, it will steal your online game account, immediately transfer equipment account in the game, and then sell them by the Trojan to steal the user’s gaming equipment and gaming currency and profit. Both Win32/simda.R & Win64/simda.A use instant messaging software to steal our identity, spreads other Trojan horses. My computer has been affected with the Win32/simda.R & Win64/simda.A virus and it is not being removed by anti virus softwear whats the best way to combat this virus? Although antivirus didn’t delete this scan result, you still can stop the Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.A malware completely by manual. Or you can also get the forums where you can seek help from people who specialize in malware removal.

How can i delete Win32/ and Win64 viruses completely?

The Microsoft Safety Scanner detected the following: Trojan Win 32/simda R and Trojan Win 64/simda A, but cannot remove them. Any ideas to rtemove them? Cannot remove the trojan viruses by antivirus programs? That is question asked by lot of people who just got the stupide viruses these days.  It is because the viruses can’t be removed by any virus removal tool, so this drives computer users crazy, there is still a way to fix the annoying problem. Manual removal of Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.A step by step is following.

 Win32/simda and Win64/simda Viruses Step-by-Step Removal Instructions

1.The associated files of Win32/simda.R  and Win64/simda.A to be deleted are listed below:

%systemroot%\*. /mp /s

2.The registry entries of Win32/simda.R and Win64/simda.A that need to be removed are listed as follows:

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings: "ProxyServer" = :0
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar,LinksFolderName = C:\WINDOWS\Network Diagnostic\*.exe


Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on March 27, 2012 3:46 am

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