Delete Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a Thoroughly – Manual Removal Method
Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a is a huge threat to Windows system
Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a is a foxy Rootkit virus which can craftily evades antivirus software’ detection to hide deeply in your system via attaching its code to your legitimate system files. Generally, Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a is disseminated by virus author via routes like links from hacked websites and free online downloads. Once Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a gets access to your machine, it inserts code in your PC’s MBR, thus it can be activated when your system is launched. This threat usually aims at your registry, so it will invade your registry to delete or replace the default value. With this action, it can keep itself safe, and also mess up your crucial files to make a chaos. It would not be too long before you encounter severe system malfunction, since it eats up your system resources and strikingly degrade your system performance. For the health and safety concern of your computer, you need to get rid of the virus ASAP. If you were a victim of Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a and still get stuck by it, please follow this step-by-step guide or get help from24/7 Online Virus Removal Supportto kill it immediately and effectively.
Further Damage from Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a
1. It takes excessively long time to get into Windows; System operation become very slowly, and you can see high CPU usage (i.e. 90% CPU usage) in Task Manager even when you just launches your system.
2. Windows updates will not install successfully;
3. Windows Security Center, Windows Firewall or third party firewall software has been disabled
4. Documents and files suddenly disappear (removed by the virus); some folders cannot be opened;
5. Lots of ads pop-ups are bombarding you o rand your browser meets re-directs problems;
6. Some of your programs start to become invalid; and some unknown programs are installed silently;
7. The computer restarts randomly and unexpectedly; you get more and more system crash and random BSOD, etc.
Why I cannot remove Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a with antivirus programs?
It is true that a legit antivirus can protect your computer from virus sometime. But if your computer is compromised by Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a, it is difficult to remove the virus thoroughly via antivirus. Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a is very stubborn that it can escape the antivirus and perform its malicious actions without any prevention. Unfortunately there is not a universal tool that can remove Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a completely so far. None of antivirus software or anti-spyware program can remove this latest infection alone because it seems that the virus creators has learn all kinds of security software well and they know how to make the virus infections escape the dumb pre-defined security software obviously. So you should not rely on the antivirus when you computer is infected with virus. You need to find a more effective way to get rid of the virus completely.
Is it risky to remove Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a by myself if I am PC rookie?
Yes. Manual removal is a huge process and a risky method. If you are not professional, we kindly suggest you not do it yourself. Because most of time, the nasty virus won’t create malicious files and folders using its real name so that it can hide itself very well in your system from being deleted. Hence, if you make a mistake by deleting some critical system files, it may cause irreversible man-made damage to your computer immediately. To avoid such situation being happened, you had better find someone who has enough experience dealing with this virus or contact ONLINE TECH SUPPORTfor help.
Script Details of Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a Manual Removal
Step 1: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a processes in the Windows Task Manager.
Step 2: Open the Registry Editor, search for and delete these Registry Entries created by Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a.
(Click Start button> click “Run” > Input “regedit” into the Run box and click ok)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClasses[trojan name]IEHelper.DNSGuardCurVer HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClasses[trojan name]IEHelper.DNSGuardCLSID HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClasses[trojan name]IEHelper.DNSGuard HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClasses[trojan name]IEHelper.DNSGuard.1 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftInternetExplorerToolbar “[trojan name]”
Step 3: Detect and remove Rootkit.Win64.Cidox.a associated files listed below:
%AppData%[trojan name]toolbardtx.ini %AppData%[trojan name]toolbarguid.dat %AppData%[trojan name]toolbarversion.xmlThis post is tagged with keywords:Delete rootkit win64 cidox a thoroughly manual removal method, virus and malware removal, computer issues, Delete rootkit win64 cidox a thoroughly manual removal method