Remove Fake Antivirus is used to remove fake antivirus programs which are viruses or trojans. It is used to remove used to remove: Security Tool, Antivirus Live, Personal Security, Cyber Security, Alpha Antivirus, Windows Enterprise Suite, Security Center, Control Center, Braviax, Windows Police Pro, Antivirus Pro 2010, PC Antispyware 2010, FraudTool.MalwareProtector.d, Winshield2009.com, Green AV, Windows Protection Suite, Total Security 2009, Windows System Suite, Antivirus BEST, System Security, Personal Antivirus, System Security 2009, Malware Doctor, Antivirus System Pro, WinPC Defender, Anti-Virus-1, Spyware Guard 2008, System Guard 2009, Antivirus 2009, Antivirus 2010, Antivirus Pro 2009, Antivirus 360, MS Antispyware 2009, IGuardPC or I Guard PC, and Additional Guard.
Reviewing 1.87 (Jul 9, 2012)
salim.... your translator is broken or you have the wrong one.
you need one that translates from your language into ENGLISH not Engrish.
This software is still junk
Reviewing 1.86 (Jun 17, 2012)
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Reviewing 1.86 (May 2, 2012)
This software is pointless. Here's why:
1. It only releases updates AFTER methods for eliminating malware are published and widely known
2. It doesn't release updates nearly often enough
3. other methods of removal are far more effective
I've cleaned these things in safe mode and it can be effective that way, but you can also miss a few steps. The best way is psychlone's method of a PE disk loaded with software that can be updated. I used a modified BartPE disk which loads WinXP as PE. I can load the BartPE either direct from CD, or via USB. I have several versions of it including slim GUI, and full blown "just like normal windows" GUI, and a mostly command line interface. On them, there are a number of utils that I use. Malware Bytes Anti Malware, CCleaner, AdAware, and several AV packages that can update definitions to the RAM drive, but my favorite is Eset which also has an online scanner. After it's cleaned while in the PE environment, THEN i boot to safe mode, check my msconfig, startup folder. temp folders, and services that run at boot to make sure the offending crapware is disabled/quarantined/deleted. THEN, I boot to normal. BartPE has not failed me one single time in the 8 years I've been using it, and my cleaning practices have been 100% to date.
Avoid this junk.
Reviewing 1.83 (Jan 9, 2012)
I too have removed a fake AV from a friends PC recently using similar steps to Psychlone.
I still & will always maintain keeping such things off your PC as dvijaydev46 says is by far the best policy.
Buying the full version of Malwarebytes is about the cheapest & best way of doing this. Why people do not learn & do this is beyond my comprehension.
Also using an imaging program can also save a lot of heartache & hours re-installing, sadly people only learn this & a regular backup routine AFTER data loss.
While evil people make software to destroy hard work you need more than ever to Backup - Backup - & Backup.
Reviewing 1.76 (Jun 20, 2011)
In my opinion, Malwarebytes' Antimalware can remove fake antivirus software without any user intervention if you have purchased it. If you use the free version, it can remove most of the rouge apps after an on-demand scan.
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