Monday, March 4, 2013

Removal of Trojan.FakeRP vs. Ultimate Validation of False Positive

Trojan.FakeRP may be installed in the course of manual download. Some so called experts claim users are to blame themselves, where this is the case, for such invasion of malware is a consequence of their ignoring basic requirements to safe content downloading. In plain English, they mean the content user get along with free web-downloads (for instance, along with codec) because of failure to uncheck one or more unrelated to the target download boxes is a mistake that victims shall pay for.
Other statements about the infection describe it as a false positive – that is, state there is no need to remove Trojan.FakeRP. This might be correct, but is not it a sign of a bad antiviral engine currently installed?
Enhance your computer security with free scanner available here and get rid of Trojan.FakeRP irrespective of the routine that has dropped it onto your PC.

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