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Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert: removal tool & guide

   
Name:   Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
Type:   Rogue Anti-spyware
Risk impact:   Extremely high
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What is Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert

Advertising rogue antispyware hackers often apply names and logos of Microsoft. Another example of the violation of Microsoft copyright is the alert that prompts five programs (AntiSpy Safeguard,Major Defense Kit, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1, Red Cross Antivirus), which would never be approved by any fair IT company. Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert removal implies containment and safe disposal of the same-name trojan. The trojan infection is available as a free content that impersonates data in demand. Click the link below to get rid of Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan and related badware, if applicable.


Download Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert removal tool

Download registry cleaner to remove registry errors caused by Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert


Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert behaviour

  • Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert compromises your privacy and security.
  • Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert is difficult to uninstall.
  • Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert displays ad's.
  • Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert installs without your consent.
  • Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert can install other types of spyware/adware.


Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert screenshot




Fake Microsoft Security Essentials popup


Major Defense Kit screenshot


Antispy Safeguard screenshot

Peak Protection 2010 screenshot


Pest Detector 4.1 screenshot


Red Cross Antivirus screenshot





Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert removal instructions

Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert processes:
%UserProfile%\Application Data\antispy.exe
%UserProfile%\Application Data\defender.exe
%UserProfile%\Application Data\tmp.exe

Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert files:



Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert registry values:


 
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