Monthly Archives: January 2012

Remove Antivirus Smart Protection

Antivirus Smart Protection Antivirus Smart Protection is a rogue anti-virus software program that belongs to the Rogue:Win32/FakeVimes family. It is set up in your computer system via Trojans and other malware that are also bogus anti-virus software programs. You can also get Antivirus Smart Protection via junk e mail and via social networking web sites. It tricks you into believing that your PC is infected with a host of threats; from viruses, data loss, file loss, personal information loss as well as cause severe damages to your computer by shutting off genuine anti-viruses or set up security applications. Antivirus Smart Protection may even block system tools like MSConfig, registry system, registry editor and Task Manager.

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Remove Malware Protection Center

Malware Protection Center Malware Protection Center is a fake anti-virus software program that was created to deceive users on believing that their computer is being attacked by a virus or any sort of menacing threat. It is from the Rogue:Win32/FakeVimes malware family. Malware Protection Center will mimic the features of legitimate anti-viruses software program. Malware Protection Center uses Trojans to sneak into your PC without you realizing it, even without your authorization.

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Remove Smart Protection 2012

Smart Protection 2012 Smart Protection 2012 is a rogue anti-virus software application that belongs to the Rogue:Win32/Winwebsec family. However, this fraudulent software application is more difficult to get rid of and is very disturbing in alarming and disrupting your PC in order to get you to buy its complete version. Anyone can get the Smart Protection 2012 from downloading corrupted files, viewing online videos from corrupted internet sites, downloading from torrents as well as from clicking spam e-mail and joining chat sessions.

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Remove Internet Security Guard

Internet Security Guard Internet Security Guard is a fake application that is categorized as a bogus anti-spyware. It belongs to the Rogue:Win32/FakeVimes family. And just like any other bogus anti-spyware applications, it gets in your PC by using Trojans or from visiting corrupted sites and downloading malicious software programs. A user can also manually set up a free unregistered version of Internet Security Guard as a free trial but once it has been set up will wreck havoc in your registry. It will make up corrupted files and will notify you of phony risks.

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Remove System Check

System Check System Check is also known as Smart HDD, S.M.A.R.T. Virus or S.M.A.R.T. Check; all from the exact same malware family Win32/FakeSysdef. It is a bogus software application that creates disturbing redirection errors. Normally you will have the ability to figure out if your computer system is attacked with System Check when you view an error that states "A Major Hard drive Error Writing Drive C: /" alert on your monitor. Likewise, it will remove all your shortcuts and keep them in your temporary folder (% Temp % smtmp), so that none of them will show up on your start menu, this way you will not have the ability to start any sort of application from the start menu, making you assume that your system has significant problems.

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