GBDialer is a pornographic dialer that uses the modem of your computer to connect to adult-related and pornographic websites. These calls are usually high-toll or international numbers, and charges will get placed on your telephone bill if connected.

GBDialer is commonly installed via questionable websites, even though it may be with or without your consent. GBDialer has the ability to place additional malware on your PC, which puts your computer and personal identity at risk. These applications run constantly in the background, causing poor performance and a slow running computer. You may be bombarded with pop-up advertisements and security alerts, and your browser may redirect you to unknown websites.

Manual removal of GBDialer is possible, although not recommended. You may choose to locate GBDialer through the add/remove programs in your control panel, or detect related files and values in the Windows registry in order to delete them. Manual removal is risky. We recommend that you use a reputable antispyware tool like Spyzooka, which automatically removes all security threats with a simple scan.


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2 Responses

  1. Nancy Green says:

    I didn’t opened pornographic sites and I don’t know how I was infected with GBDialer. I was annoyed by the pop ups and scared about how my phone bill will look like. I searched for information about the virus and I found all that I needed here. This is a great blog with a great information. Thanks for the help!

  2. Caitlin Chapman says:

    SpyZooka caught and got rid of Dialer.GBDialer on my computer and made it run smoother.
    Thanks for the great program!

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