If there’s one thing that makes me anxious every time I insert a flash disk into my computer’s USB port, it’s the thought of being infected by the Recycler Virus. I got hit by it once, and I can tell you, it was one very stressful experience.
The Recycler Virus takes advantage of the Windows Autorun feature in order to sneak into your computer. This feature is often used each time you insert a portable media into your PC or laptop. This means, DVDs, CDs, memory sticks, and USB drives are possible carriers of this malware.
Once the Recycler Virus is inside, it will immediately attack and alter your Windows registry. That way, it could easily launch during boot up. As a result, very few popular antivirus software can disable it; let alone detect it. What’s even worse is that the Recycler Virus can even be resistant to formatting. Before I knew how to remove it, I tried formatting my infected flashdisk at least six times before finally giving up.
Since the Recycler Virus copies itself to all active drives in your PC, it can eventually consume precious space. And since it will try to contact other malicious sites the moment you go online, your system can slow down to a crawl. All is not lost though. There’s a way to remove this stubborn malware.
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Symptoms Of Infection
- Your computer is acting slow. Recycler Virus slow down your system significantly. This includes starting up, shutting down, playing games, and surfing the web.
- You are getting pestered with pop ups. Recycler Virus infects your registry and uses it to launch annoying pop up ads out of nowhere.
- Searches are redirected or your homepage and desktop are settings are changed. This is a symptom of a very serious Recycler Virus infection.
Dangers Of Infection
Viruses like Recycler Virus will infect your registry and other important system files. If the infection is not treated it can cause a complete collapse of your system.
Some Recycler Virus infections contain spyware and keyloggers which can be used to record sensitive data like passwords, credit card, bank account, and social security numbers. The longer you allow the infection to fester, the greater the chance of identity fraud.
How To Remove Infection Manually
Uninstall Recycler Virus Processes
Delete Recycler Virus Files
Remove Recycler Virus Registry Files
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Warning! If Spyware Doctor is blocked by the virus then run your system in safe mode and try again. To do this reboot your system and tap F8 repeatedly as your computer starts up. Then run Spyware Doctor as normal.