Badcodor is a backdoor software program that allows the attacker to control a compromised computer from a remote location. Badcodor enables the hacker to use your PC for malicious purposes, and to disable and delete files that are necessary for your computer to perform properly. Private information may be collected and additional malware installed. Badcodor may become installed on your PC without your knowledge, and is often placed there due to unsafe browsing habits or security loopholes in the browser. You may notice that your PC is operating slower than normal, or that you are getting incessant pop-up ads. Badcodor should be removed promptly once detected.
To remove Badcodor manually, you must first kill all running processes associated with the program. Then you must locate and delete all related files and values located in the Windows registry and other various locations. Manual removal is not advised due to the risks associated. To remove Badcodor automatically, it is recommended that you use a reliable antispyware application such as Spyzooka, which is made for this purpose.