Saturday, August 31, 2013

Titan Antivirus 2013 removal to dismiss charges against critical system files

Titan Antivirus 2013 displays misleading scan window and other popups that look like it takes care about your computer protection. On this background, it attracts harmless programs at their startup.
Another trick it plays is it claims important system files infected with some trojans, viruses etc. This is made to scare you into paying the black hats behind the scam by way of so called registration.
The malware also shows popups that appear at system trays and basically at any part of your desktop. These may fake a firewall and various security alerts.
Removal of Titan Antivirus 2013 is aggravated due to its attempts of blocking various installations and manual actions aimed at deleting its entries. The guide below describes how to get rid of Titan Antivirus 2013 for free despite all the sabotage actions it takes.


Titan Antivirus 2013 registration key (unlock code):

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Get rid of Win32:Evo-gen [susp] – more security, less suspicion!

Win32:Evo-gen [susp] is known to be too critical. This leads to browsing issues such as a snail-slow connection and website access denial for no good reason. On the other hand, this detection may actually refer to critical infections so that failure to remove Win32:Evo-gen [susp] may cost you a bunch of security and privacy issues.
You do not have to abandon this alert though. It is strongly recommended to apply advanced free scanner available here in order to ensure proper Win32:Evo-gen [susp] removal; this solution will apply alternate approach so that simply clean all the parasites it reports to ensure the target detection is gone.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Get rid of "Antivirus Security Pro" fake virus scanner that blames for nothing critical system and program files

Antivirus Security Pro overfills your PC with silly alerts. These are all misleading, but important thing is that it often refers to real executables, parts of your computer system, claiming these are infection. For example, if you rush into deleting such file as notepad.exe which is among the items the program marks as viral, you will destroy a good old piece of software, which is still important for many other applications and for managing advanced PC settings etc.
Remove Antivirus Security Pro as it is infection itself. Fortunately, it is but a piece of adware, not a virus, so that you do not have to clean dozens of thousands of files after it, which could be the case if you were to deal with actual virus. On the other hand, tolerating this counterfeited antivirus might be even harder than a bunch of trojans, viruses and worms, so you will enjoy best performance of your PC again after the removal of Antivirus Security Pro as detected by free scanner here; any other threats, if found, will be deleted at once, too. 

Antivirus Security Pro registration key (unlock code):

Removal of as a legally annoying stuff may interfere with searches you do with your favorite engine, block other pages and change DNS and other settings on your PC. Remarkably, the persons behind it claim it is done on legal basis as you have subscribed to this when loading warez and other free content out of the Internet. Why, this might be actually stipulated in some installation agreement that nobody cares to read, nothing to say of scrutinizing all of its provisions to see if anything else comes along the target content. However, that does not imply you do not have to remove related adware – quite in contrary, if you do not like this url disturbing and annoying you all the time, you need to get rid of treating this as an infection, for relevant uninstalling routine will not do in this case: click here apply free scan based extermination technology to eliminate the nasty redirect.

If browser redirects you to and similiar malicious domains - your PC might be seriously infected with rootkits and trojans.
We strongly recommend to use Google Redirect Virus remover - reliable and safe antimalware \ antirootkit solution from world-leading IT Security Lab.
It is important to fix Windows registry after removal using safe registry cleaner software.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Get rid of 24x7 Help as a small adware without viral traits

24x7 Help is what users get when they load freeware. It is not that this program has any viral traits whatsoever, but, since users are not adequately informed on the program installation – at least, they may simply claim they do not have a clue how this applet has become installed on their PC, they seek the way to remove 24x7 Help.
The application promotes online support service and some security tools. It does this automatically so that you see its popups any time you go to your PC. It may as well appear as you run other programs and even cause some errors due to processes overlapping.
Removal of 24x7 Help is provided for through uninstalling as relevant entry is added to Control Panel menu for managing software installation. However, this way does not remove of 24x7 Help for good, so it is strongly recommended that you run free scan with the solution available here in order to fully exterminate this tricky piece of software.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Removal of PUP.Optional.OpenCandy and its excessive ads

PUP.Optional.OpenCandy refers to application that you get as an accompanying item to your downloads. However, its description sounds pretty interesting and some users might actually decide for having this program on their computers, as long as they.. do not actually get and try it.
So, the description would say the app is just to show some ads as you grab freeware from the web. This allegedly help maintain toll-free software actually non-commercial so that users would not need paying annoying it, just to watch a couple of easy-t-close ads.
In reality, users get a toolbar and is overloaded with commercials as long as they tolerate the OpenCandy stuff, thereby they claim they need to get rid of PUP.Optional.OpenCandy.
Well, it is everybody’s indispensible right to manage installation on one’s PC, so that free scanner here will remove PUP.Optional.OpenCandy and other sneaky apps on your PC.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Remove PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A that litters your browser with silly toolbars and redirects

PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A is one of the variants of software declared as a multi-functional program that proves to be but a purely commercial add-on. This extends your browser with unwanted, annoying toolbars and features.
In the meantime, it is legally and technically not an infection so that security solutions either ignore it or consider it as a potential risk only (PUP: potentially unwanted program).
In fact, the program is actually unwanted, and what users are keen to do is to get rid of PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A once and for all, all its leftovers covered.
Free scanner available here is the worst enemy of garbageware of this sort, the quickest and the most comprehensive PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A removal tool.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Removal of Antiviral Factory 2013 to Terminate Production of Garbage of Misleading Nag Screens

Antiviral Factory 2013 may look like a genuine tool for detecting viruses. In fact, it is but a real plant for concocting popups that have nothing to do with any activities that could be defined as recognition of computer threats whatsoever. Remove Antiviral Factory 2013, it is a fake.
It is known to be a family rogue. That is, there is a bunch of parasites related to it, so called clones, e.g. System Progressive Protection, Smart Fortress 2012. They share some graphic elements and program codes. Some experts suggest the major difference between these clones is their name.
Free scanner available here will put an end to the malware riot and get rid of Antiviral Factory 2013 as one of the parasites to be detected, detained and shredded.

Antiviral Factory 2013 registration key (unlock code):

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Get rid of Monstermarketplace advertisement occupation

Monstermarketplace occupies your web space by means of adware injected on your PC. This infection deals with DNS settings, overall Internet configuration and browser configuration. It does not allow you to remove from your browser; that is, there is no use applying changes that would stop annoying redirects until you kill their source, the adware.
The website itself is posed as a multi-functional board for shopping, but this shopping is not always welcome – rather nearly always unwelcome.
Free scanner available here is a sophisticated yet simple-to-use solution for Monstermarketplace removal.

If browser redirects you to and similiar malicious domains - your PC might be seriously infected with rootkits and trojans.
We strongly recommend to use Google Redirect Virus remover - reliable and safe antimalware \ antirootkit solution from world-leading IT Security Lab.
It is important to fix Windows registry after removal using safe registry cleaner software.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

How to remove GVU Trojaner (BundesPolizei Fake Popups, UKASH 100 Euro Ransomware)

GVU Trojaner is basically a German detection name for, again, German modification of a cyber infection that locks down computer system pretending to be legal action taken by relevant public security office of the country of detected user IP location. That is, some advanced users who use IP hiding software and thus may be browsing the web under IP’s of countries that do not correspond to their actual location may, for instance, catch a variant of such ransomware that corresponds to their dummy IP used for confidentiality purposes.
In general, of course, you need to be located in Germany or German speaking country to encounter this trojan. It will say that you are nearly a criminal as you have violated multiple articles of law related to copyright, pornography, privacy etc; however, it would propose a wonderful salvation by sending Euro 100, normally with UKASH voucher so that you would get a code in return, which unlocks your PC.
The point is that you need to remove GVU Trojaner to eliminate misleading BundesPolizei popup and to restore full access to your PC. It is no use to pay the hackers, even if you just do not care about money and want to quickly complete GVU Trojaner removal.
This free scan source features a verified routine for proper extermination of the infection regardless of its modification and free of any leftovers whatsoever. 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Remove MagniPic.exe as it grabs your private data and pops up annoying commercials

MagniPic.exe is a main executable of basically same-name program. It is known to made specifically for FaceBook as it is enables users of the above social network to process images easily, in particular, to magnify these by simply running cursor through.
Even if you feel like you badly need that, free scan available here is one of many tools that identifies this application as an infection and performs the removal of MagniPic.exe . Why? Because you may not like its advertising and spying payload: the application, apart from magnifying pics, also in a way magnifies your browsing history and sends it to remote server; this info is used to unknown purposes, probably to show you contextual advertisement as you browse through the Internet. That is, it underlines certain words in the textual parts of web-pages and pops up information relevant to keywords, which is pretty commercial and is usually ranked annoying by users so that they are typically happy to get rid of MagniPic.exe and other components of this implicit adware. As stated above, such cleanup is available with free scanner that you can start loading by following the link at the top of this paragraph or below this post.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA removal to save your PC from exhaustion

Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA enables remote hackers exploiting resources of compromised computers. In particular, the infection transforms physical resource of a computer system into online currency, BitCoin.
This routine poses a critical challenge to your PC integrity and performance. It does not take long to wear out computer to the state when its repair does not make a good reason.
That is, remove Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA, or you may get your PC totally worn and torn. Get rid of Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA so that no more resources of your working station will be used in the dangerous process of BitCoin mining. Free scanner available here will do this job; please kindly note you need simply to clean all the findings as reported by the detecting tool in order to ensure the extermination of above trojan and any other threats as detected on your PC.

Get rid of PUP.Optional.Wajam to set your own browsing options

PUP.Optional.Wajam is not a critical threat. It is not going to crash your PC.
Therefore, it is classified as a program which extermination is optional. It actually does what its description states, namely blends default search engine results with that derived from the resources shared by your friends.
The reason why you may want to remove PUP.Optional.Wajam is that its installation has not been made in a way quite clear for you. Most likely, you have not actually been aware of its installation as the adware comes along some freeware; its attachment is only mentioned in one of the declarative provisions that users typically do not care to read.
That is, you may not like the way your Internet settings have been modified, especially the fact that your opinion has in fact been ignored (legally it has been taken into account though).
Another reason is that this application imposes ads on you and may arrange redirects that create great inconvenience.
Last but not least, users encounter difficulties to uninstall Wajam adware.
Click here so that free scanner would launch and inspect your PC and complete the removal of PUP.Optional.Wajam.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Removal of Trojan:JS/Seedabutor.C to cover both bad java script and malware it brings

Trojan:JS/Seedabutor.C sneaks into Windows computers through Java vulnerabilities. It is a progressing infection that targets freshest security holes, so that even if your software is timely updates, you are still at the risk of catching this parasite as it may get updated faster than your software.
Its introduction prepares a solid ground for other rogues to sneak into your PC. There is no predefined instruction for this bad JavaScript on what to do after invading your PC. It phones back to hacker's server upon arrival and learns from them what to do next. As a rule, however, its is responsible for performing shadowed downloads of adware, spyware, ransom are and such like, thereby you often will need to get rid of Trojan:JS/Seedabutor.C together with other infections it brought to you.
Free scanner supplied here is a nice reliable tool to remove Trojan:JS/Seedabutor.C and apply the same treatment to the malware it features as a trojan dropper.

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Get rid of "Live Security Professional" as it has no means to cure, but plenty to delude

Live Security Professional has no means of detecting threats whatsoever. It is a threat itself that consists of a set of popups, which are powered by their generator which is never too lazy to interrupt one of critical system processes.
For example, the rogue tends to issue one of its misleading and silly “security tips” as you are trying to launch a program you need, for example, Internet Explorer or any text editor. This may also include a reference to threat names such as OpenCandy which are but common knowledge malware designations.
Needless to say, you need to remove Live Security Professional at the earliest opportunity, otherwise this malware is going to keep on getting on your nerves until it get it as far that you can hardly use any feature of your PC or laptop.
This free scanner available here is a Live Security Professional removal tool, if you like, while is a comprehensive remedy to clean your PC of its multiple threats, including the one under review.

Live Security Professional Manual uninstall guide:  

Friday, August 2, 2013

Removal of Serios (Serious) Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) Ransomware misspelled attempt to scam you out of £100

Serios Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) Ransomware contains serious misspelling already in its title.
This infection breaks into computer system as a trojan or malicious Java script. It applies critical modifications to host system enabling it to block most of other programs on your PC. Fortunately, it neither wipes any data, nor destroys software. That is, as soon as you remove Serios Organised Crime Agency Ransomware (wrong spelling preserved) along with leftovers the issue is resolved.
What it does actually is it shows you an alert made to look like an official notification by Metropolitan British Police, Police Central e-crime Unit. As stated above, it blocks other apps, so as you are staring at this popup you can hardly use any other facility on your PC.
The ultimate claim by the ransomware is that you pay them £100 within 48 hours.
The ultimate way to get rid of £100 Serios Organised Crime Agency Ransomware is with free scanner uploaded here. Please note even if you pay the so called fine requested by the swindlers this will not terminate the scam.

Manual uninstall guide: