Remove Super AV

What is Super AV?

Super AV is a bogus security program from the Win32/FakeXPA family; it is promoted online as a trustworthy product but all it does is to notify you of bogus threats, phony attacks and claims falsely to stop risks to lure users to purchase its complete version. Super AV is inserted to your system via the help of Trojans, as you visit corrupted web sites and via downloading corrupted or malicious programs.

Some Super AV screenshots:
Super AV

Once Super AV gets into your system, it will inform you via pop up warnings that there are risks to your files and your private data and it suggests that you scan your pc using Super AV's scan. But when you do in fact press scan, you will get a bogus scan output that will mention so many nonexisting threats; you can disregard the scan and even reject it right away. Threat messages will annoyingly display every 2 minutes plus Super AV will get into your browser to take you to its pay for site to pretend to eliminate the threat right away.

Some of the Super AV fake security alerts and warnings that users may get:
Your computer is in danger! Super AV has detected some serious threats to your computer! These viruses needed to be eliminated immediately! Please click this icon to remove threats.
Super AV – Malware detected Threats have been detected! Warning! Some Serious threats have been detected to your computer, that need to be removed instantly or they may cause critical damage to your computer! Super AV can remove these viruses easily, and prevent damage to your personal computer. If you click “Remove viruses”, you can protect your computer from destruction, however, if you click “Continue unprotected, your identity may be compromised and you may lose all of your important files and experience system slowdown.

It's important to remove Super AV once you see its popups. Use a trusted anti-spyware application to get rid of it plus conduct a total registry scan to check for possible corrupted files.

Associated Super AV System Entries and files

Super AV Processes

Super AV Files

Super AV Registry Entries

How to Stop Super AV Fake Alerts

To register Super AV and stop its fake warnings, use the following fake license key.

Super AV registration code: no unlock code

NOTE: this code will NOT remove Super AV from your computer, it will JUST stop the annoying alerts and messages.

Super AV Removal Instructions

Step 1: Stop Super AV processes

In order to stop Super AV from interfering with our removal procedure, we need to end and kill its processes. For this, we will use a FREE powerful utility called RogueKiller.

RogueKiller (by Tigzy) is a tool written in C++, which scans the running processes, and kills those which are malicious. This tool was developed based on speed execution, which will clean the running processes before being killed.

To terminate Super AV process:

  1. Always in Safe Mode Download RogueKiller to your desktop from the following link:

    RogueKiller Download link
    RogueKiller Setup Icon
    RogueKiller is a portable application, so you don't need to install anything.

  2. Super AV may block all executable files, so when you launch the RogueKiller file, it will execute itself. So Rename RogueKiller.exe to or winlogon.exe or iexplore.exe

  3. At this point a "pre-scan" will complete and stop any malicious process. Also a list of options will appear along the right-hand side.
    RogueKiller Pre-Scan

Step 2: Remove Super AV registry keys

To remove Super AV malicious registry entries, we will need RogueKiller again.
RogueKiller also checks for rogue Registry entries, rogue drivers, and Master Boot Record (MBR) issues, so rootkits will be cut.
RogueKiller can also fix and restore a Host file, delete any Proxy entries, repair shortcut problems and unhide files.

CAUTION: This tool is not for beginners. In this step we will ONLY use the Registry tab.

To Delete Super AV Registry entries:

  1. Always in Safe Mode run a scan, open RogueKiller and click on Scan.
    RogueKiller Scan Progress

  2. After a while, you should see a screen with scan results like the following one:
    RogueKiller Scan Results

  3. Click on the Registy tab, then click on the Delete button.
    RogueKiller Delete Registry Entries

Don't Reboot you computer yet, please stay in Safe Mode.

Step 3: Remove Super AV files

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is simply the best known FREE malware removal tools online.

To remove Super AV files:

  1. Download Malwarebytes to your desktop from the following link:
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Download link
    MBAM Setup Icon

  2. Just Follow the easy setup process. Do not make any changes to the default settings
    When the setup is finished, make sure you leave both the Update Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and Launch Malwarebytes Anti-Malware checked.
    You can check or uncheck the Enable free trial of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO as the malware removal is FREE.
    Then click on the Finish button. If Malwarebytes prompts you to reboot, please do not do so.
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Setup Wizard

  3. When Malwarebytes is launched, it will ask you to update the databse. Just click OK.
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Updating

  4. On the Scanner tab,select Quick scan and then click on the Scan.
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Quick Scan Screen

  5. When the scan is finished a message box will appear, click OK to continue.
    Then the screen results will show the various malware infections including Super AV that Malwarebytes has found on your computer.
    the image below is just an example, your results will be different.
    Click on the Remove Selected button.
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Quick Scan Results Screen

  6. After Malwarebytes has finished the removal of Super AV, you will get a message stating that you need to reboot your computer.
    Just Do so, and restart your computer in Normal Mode.
    Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Quick Reboot Message


Sarah MelbenchI am Sarah Melbench and I am an Anti-Malware Enthusiast! I created this website to spread the word about the lastest malware infections. I write guides and tutorials about malware removal as well as reviews of anti-malware programs.Follow me on G+

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