GlobalDialer is a dialer that connects to pornographic locations through your computer’s modem. GlobalDialer dials expensive toll numbers to these remote locations which gets charged to your telephone bill. You may be unaware where this came from. Generally, GlobalDialer gets placed on your computer when visiting questionable websites, or because the operating system and security settings of your PC are not strong enough. GlobalDialer is a serious threat, and may place more malware on your computer. This could cause slow performance, incessant pop-up ads and other problems. It may also collect information regarding your online activities. Prompt removal is highly advised. To remove GlobalDialer manually, you must start the registry editor from the Start menu, and then locate all related files and values. Every related item must be deleted, or GlobalDialer will reinstall upon start up. This method is tricky, and it is highly recommended that you use a reliable antispyware product such as Spyzooka to scan your PC for threats and viruses. Once detected, they will be completely removed and the security of your computer fully restored.

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2 Responses

  1. Charles Miller says:

    My anti-virus wasn’t strong enough to remove global dialer and I had to change it. This one made me believe that removed it, but when I give a free scan with Spyzooka, I realized it is still there.
    That’s why for now on i trust only Spyzooka.

  2. Marry Carter says:

    I agree with you. I try with 4 av and neither of them destroyed this GlobalDialer. I didn’t knew about this site until I searched a solution for my problem. If there are stupid people that invent this kind of malwares, there are people who give us help 😉

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