Thursday, November 11, 2010

Remove XP AntiSpyware 2011 that represents second generation of self-declared Windows updates

XP AntiSpyware 2011  (XPAntiSpyware 2011) notifies user of security breach and  says “spyware, keyloggers and trojans may be working on the background right now”. In fact, it is the program that says these words works on the background modifying secretly from users system settings and blocking legit software. The above notifications have the same recommendation for their ending, though different wordings are used. The ending suggests proceeding with scan by the program. Clicking the alert launches a string of popups that includes windows faking scan reflection being just a tricky animation in reality.
Get rid of  XP AntiSpyware 2011 as that is a copy of XP AntiSpyware 2010 (compare last digit of the names to see the difference).  It is another program installed as an automated Windows security update. To speak precise, this is the characteristic that the hackers apply to this malware as the trojan dropping it pops up relevant notification. Click here to apply relevant security software  for XP AntiSpyware 2011 removal covering the installer agent and any other threats detected by free scanner.

XP AntiSpyware 2011 removal tool:

XP AntiSpyware 2011 manual removal guide:
Delete XP AntiSpyware 2011 files:


Delete XP AntiSpyware 2011 registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "XP Antispyware 2011"

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