Win32.Botcmd

Win32.Botcmd is known as a Backdoor Trojan, which is the type of spyware that can disguise itself as one type of file, and then wreak havoc after sneakily gaining access to the computer.

Recommended Action:
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AKA:

Backdoor.Win32.Botcmd
Backdoor.Botcmd
BackDoor-ZN
Backdoor.IRC.Bot
BackDoor.Botcmd.187
Troj/Bdoor-ZR
Backdoor:Win32/Botcmd.A
BKDR_BOTCMD.A
BackDoor.Botcmd.A
Backdoor.Botcmd.A
Backdoor Program
Win32/Botcmd.A

Manual Removal:
To remove Win32.BlueIce manually, it is imperative to completely remove every one of its running processes.  For a computer security expert, this may not be a big deal – but for most users this course of action comes with significant risk.  Scouring the Windows registries for related files can take a lot of time and may not be complete. The simple fact is that manual removal can cause problems later, especially if it is not completed correctly.

To remedy this situation safely and completely, it is advisable for most computer users to consider a reliable spyware removal program. One of the best of these is ZookaWare PC Cleaner, the anti-spyware product from ZookaWare Company, which comes with a money-back guarantee.

Related Files:

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2 Responses

  1. Scott Kirk says:

    Win32.Botcmd had invaded my computer so badly, it wouldn’t function online anymore. I tried several other brands of spy protection but they didn’t touch the scope of my problem. SpyZooka removed them so that I could repair my files and keep them protected.

  2. Monica L. says:

    My computer was running sluggish, and kept locking-up. I ran a scan with SpyZooka, and it found Win32.Botcmd. It quarantine it, and I couldn’t believe how fast my PC is. Runs like it’s new.

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