How to get rid of Bizcoaching malware

  Palken 15:41 30 Jun 2013


I have a malware program called bizcoaching which keeps directing me to dubious websites also seems to cause IEE to stop working.

Can anyone help please.

Thanks in anticipation.


  nickf 17:48 30 Jun 2013

I would suggest using malwarebytes program , its free and very easy to use. If this fails to clear , you can try malwarebytes chameleon , also a free program . Once this is done , get a good AV program up and running .

  Palken 22:54 30 Jun 2013

Hi Nick

Thanks for prompt reply.

I have ran both Malwarebytes and Chameleon both report no malicious threats.

I use Microsoft Security Essentials as my antivirus but this to finds no threat.

Any further thoughts would be welcome.

Regards Ken.

  rdave13 10:00 01 Jul 2013

Have a look at this guide.

  Palken 06:13 02 Jul 2013

Thanks both.

I used the guide recommended by Dave and the various antimalware programs came up with loads of poisonous stuff and yes 'bizcoaching' and it's friends seem to have departed.

I am at a bit of loss as to where to go from here. As I said I use Microsoft essentials, non-professional malwarebytes and ccleaner. I had thought of upgrading to the professional version of malwarebytes but since not of these was able to prevent all that rubbish getting onto my system I am having to think again.

I have used Nortons and mcafee but they really slowed my system down.

Thanks again for all your help

Regards Ken.

  misscupcake 21:53 06 Jul 2013

click here the solution at the link above.

You probably installed adware or PUP on your computer. And don't forget to run a full scan with AdwCleaner.



  Daiol 22:06 06 Jul 2013

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