Help me remove Win32/Redyms.A

Microsoft Security Essentials detected Win32/Redyms.A on my computer. It was deleted as shown in the screen, but after rebooting Windows, MSE goes on the same process. It seems like I am going on a loop of detect, delete, and reappearance of Win32/Redyms.A.

According to the scan results, this virus can redirect search engine. Well, so far I never observe this issue. The only trouble on my computer right now is the constant detection of Win32/Redyms.A during Windows boot-up.

I may have got this virus from a fake Adobe Flash Player update. I am not 100 percent sure though. There are other programs I have downloaded and installed on the PC before Win32/Redyms.A took over. I have deleted all recently installed programs to make the fix easier, however, it didn’t work. The virus is still on the computer and continues to be a pain each time I run Windows.

Scanning the computer with updated version of MSE didn’t help either. As I have said, it detects and removed Win32/Redyms.A but it just always recur. Please help me get rid of this virus from my computer. My PC maybe not fully infected but the pop-up alerts from MSE is very annoying.

Thanks,
Zee Stan

1 Response

  1. soldier2 says:

    Trojan:Win32/Redyms.A is a detection by Microsoft Security, therefore, you can remove this threat using antivirus program from their own side. Products that can remove this threat are Microsoft Security Essentials and Microsoft Safety Scanner. Aside from that, you can also scan the system with other free but effective tools like Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and SuperAntiSpyware.