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win.worm32.netsky Trojan : How to Remove win.worm32.netsky Trojan

Updated on July 15, 2011

win.worm32.netsky is a type of Trojan which is responsible for creating continuous pop-up windows. If your computer is infected by win.worm32.netsky Trojan then you will find continuous pop-up windows at the time of using Internet. This really annoying problem. This page contains the information related to win.worm32.netsky Trojan and the process of removing this Trojan easily.

How to remove win.worm32.netsky Trojan

Please follow the following steps to remove win.worm32.netsky Trojan completely from your computer:

Step 1: Download the win.worm32.netsky Trojan removal tool by clicking the following link and save it to your desktop. Click here to download SDFix

Step 2: After finished downloading, Restart your computer and enter safe mode of your computer (To access "Safe Mode", press F8 key frequently at the time of your computer starts up. Soon, you will prompting a menu and select Safe mode).

Step 3: Double-click on that downloaded file SDFix.exe. It will extract some files into a folder. SDFix.exe has been extracted to %systemdrive%\SDFix\ (Drive that contains the Windows directory - typically C:\SDFix).

Step 4: Go to the extracted folder and you will find a file named as RunThis.bat. Double-click the RunThis.bat file to start the fix tool.

Step 5: After the above steps, a command prompt window will be launched and it will ask your confirmation to continue. Press Y key of your keyboard to run the tool.

Step 6: Then it will try to repair your computer. After finished repairing your computer, it will be prompted to press any key to reboot your computer. Press any key to restart your computer.

Step 7: After your computer is restarted, you will find the problem is solved totally.

After following the above steps, you can easily remove win.worm32.netsky Trojan from your computer. This will really helps you to block continuous pop-ups when you are connected to the Internet through computer.

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    • Philipo profile image


      10 years ago from Nigeria

      Very educative. Thanks. I just have to follow the steps and apply.

    • Herald Daily profile image

      Herald Daily 

      10 years ago from A Beach Online

      Valuable information! I think pop-ups are one of the most annoying things ever invented, especially when they take control. Makes me want to take a sledge hammer to my laptop.

      Thanks for the remedy!


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