OK don't panic. Most A/V companies charge for professional virus removal but usually there is a free way of dealing with it too.
Unfortunately no antivirus software is perfect so further steps are sometimes necessary,
Try this one: http://malwaretips.com/blogs/v9-portal-site-removal/
Just wanted to send a quick thank you. The first step seemed to correct the problem but followed all four just in case and sll seems to be running great!
That's great. All the best ;-)
I already posted the portal remove steps and now here;s the recommended one for Key Find: http://malwaretips.com/blogs/key-find-com-virus/
Some tools are good and others not so much., but that one is OK.
Edit by Hayton : This post was in reply to a post which has been deleted. See next post for details.
The post from user mandycrise has been deleted. It contained a hidden link to a site (doohelp-dot-com) which contains several prominent "Download This" buttons but does not say what will be downloaded. In fact what will be downloaded is SpyHunter, a program from Enigma Software of dubious worth which the company still (after several years) will not allow to be tested by AV-Soft against other anti-malware programs.
SpyHunter is, in addition, a product which has to be purchased. There is no free version.
Some complaints against SpyHunter can be seen at http://www.scambook.com/company/view/32868/SpyHunter
A post by "noknojon", #3 in this thread from BleepingComputer, puts the case against SpyHunter succinctly.
A hidden link to a dodgy website promoting a dubious non-free product in a post from a first-time poster is enough to classify this as forum spam.
The user will be banned.
I'm sorry I missed that hidden link...and I did scan the post, I guess my cursor must have jumped over whatever it was.