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How to uninstall Zombie Invasion?

Posted on 2015-02-04
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Hi There.

Recently I get infected by a malware called Zombie Invasion. I tried to remove it from control panel but it doesn't work. I have used an antivirus (Avast antivirus) who seems to detect some malware, but after run the clean the malware still stays.

Main problem is my browsers added some annoying ads, and also become very slow after a time.

I googled for getting a solution but I don't trust the programs these websites tells me to install to remove Zombie invasion.

Any help? Thank you.
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Download, install and run Process Explorer from Microsoft. Look under the Explorer tree (left side) and see if there are any strange (alphanumeric) processes running. If so, kill them, do NOT restart, close out and run Malwarebytes. Allow MBAM to remove viruses and malware.

When MBAM is complete, close out, restart and test. Any improvement?
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Yes, this seems to do the trick. Thank you.
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@gplana  - Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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