Padobot is classified as a worm. Worms replicate themselves and spread through infected computers address books. They can also spread through security holes on a network. Padobot spreads through the Internet exploiting a known Microsoft Security vulnerability.

Padobot will restart the computer and then attempt to connect to the Internet. It then sends information collected from the infected computer to the attacker. If you suspect an infection, you can run the free ZookaWare PC Cleaner scan below.
Net-Worm.Win32.Padobot, Worm.Win32.Padobot, W32/Korgo.worm.b, W32.Korgo.B, Exploit.DCom.23, W32/Korgo-B, Win32/Korgo.B.worm, Worm/Korgo.B, W32/Korgo.B, Win32:Korgo, Worm/Padobot.B (Grisoft), Win32.Worm.Korgo.B, W32/Korgo.gen.worm, Win32/Korgo.B

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Since Padobot generates random file names, the only way to remove it is through anti-spyware software. ZookaWare PC Cleaner detects 100% of spyware and guarantees it removal. In addition, ZookaWare PC Cleaner offers a 60-day money back guarantee. Start protecting your computer by clicking the button below.

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3 Responses

  1. Vincent Scott says:

    My computer was infected with Padobot. I’ve tried to use my anti-virus programs and they don’t pick it up. The virus was also stopping me from downloading new spyware programs by stopping the connection. You were my last chance… I don’t know why, but your removal tool was downloaded. Now it is working fine.

  2. Carla Thompson says:

    This post helped me a lot to get rid of Padobot. Great job!

  3. Aaron Hawkins says:

    I tried SpyZooka today and it is exactly what I was looking for! My laptop is protected now!

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