Thursday, February 19, 2009

Antivirus Pro 2009 Removal ToolAntivirus Pro 2009 Removal Tool

Antivirus Pro 2009 Removal Tool

License: Freeware
File size: 58 KB
Antivirus Pro 2009 Removal Tool is created to remove rogue anti-spyware tool that performs the same type of tactics that many other rogue anti-spyware programs use. AntivirusPro 2009 attempts to entice computer users to purchase the complete AntivirusPro 2009 program through pop-ups and system messages that usually lie about you having parasites present on your system.

Removal Tool:
Remove Fake Antivirus. (Download it here.)

Download the Antivirus Pro 2009 removal tool at Softpedia here.
Download the source code of the Antivirus Pro 2009 removal tool here.

Remove Antivirus Pro 2009 manually:
  1. Use Windows Task Manager to kill the following process:
    (if your Task Manager is disabled, then read this to solve your problem.)
    (How to kill a process effectively?)
    • AntivirusPro2009.exe
    • avp2009.exe

    • AVP2009.exe

  2. Delete the following registry by using Registry Editor
    (if your Registry Editor is disabled, then read this to solve your problem.)
      \CurrentVersion\Run "Antivirus"
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows
      \CurrentVersion\Run "Antivirus"
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AVP2009
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AntiVirus

  3. Delete the following files in your hard disk:
    (How to delete access denied file?)
    • AntiVirusProMFCT
    • AntivirusPro2009.lnk
    • Antivirus Pro 2009
    • c:\WINDOWS\system32\AVP2009.cp
    • c:\Program Files\AVP2009\AVP20091.dat
    • c:\Program Files\AVP2009\avp2009.dat
    • c:\Program Files\AVP2009\avp2009.cpl
    • c:\Program Files\AVP2009\avp2009.exe
    • AVP2009.exe
    • AntivirusPro2009.exe
    • c:\Program Files\AntivirusPro2009
    • %PROGRAMFILES%\AntivirusPro2009

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1 comment:

MikeFrizzi said...

Ah, another of those fake AV programs. I wonder, are most people getting infected with his even running any antivirus software? If so, you would think they would know the difference between an authentic system or software notification, and these malicious ones..

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