Description of Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup consequences of its residing on your PC
The Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popups aim at promoting fake system security products, which are fake system utilities:
• Red Cross Antivirus
• Pest Detector 4.1
• Major Defense Kit
• Peak Protection 2010
• AntiSpy Safeguard
The source of the popup is a trojan. It is designed to wait until users upload and install application promoted in the popups as suggested. If users ignore the alerts, upload and installation are performed in shadowed mode while no action of user is required. In order to safely get rid of fake Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert covering any related infections, click here to start free scan for the beginning.
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup Technical Details
- Full name: Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup, Red Cross Antivirus, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1, Major Defense Kit, AntiSpy Safeguard
- Version: 2010
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware
- Origin: Russian federation
Signs of being infected with Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup:
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts are usually accompanied with fake Windows Security Center popup. In some instances, the latter popup is shown long before the former. The dodge is to partially conceal identity of the fake antispyware promoted as the fake Windows Security Center does not name directly any software. It just invites you to enable protection. Of course, should a user click to enable the protection, the offer will be to purchase Red Cross Antivirus, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1, Major Defense Kit, AntiSpy Safeguard or another particular rogue antispyware, which description could be found at removal-tool.com and googling the name of suggested antivirus software.
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts pretend to represent scan progress and scan results. Needless to say, there is no actual scan and all the names are misleading while names of actual infections are misused.
In order to remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts you need to delete the trojan related. Also you might need to uninstall and destroy rogue antispyware promoted by the trojan. Click the free scan link to get the list of infections harming your PC and remove them at once.
Automatic Removal of Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup from your PC:
Removal Tool for Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts will detect and remove any infection constituting a part of the trickery, but will not omit other infections, too. The name is conventional and is used to the purposes of the article only, but the remedy recommended is a comprehensive system security suite.
Manual Removal of Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup:
Manual disposal of infections related to the misleading popups is rather for experienced users. Persons manually removing the infections need to know how to manage System Registry, reboot in Safe Mode with Networking and delete dll files.
Prior to deleting specified below entries, please reboot in Safe Mode with Networking and avoid running any software, as well as connecting to the Internet (disabling network connections recommended) when following the instructions.
Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup files and dll’s:
Unregister Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert popup registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “WarnonBadCertRecving” = “0”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “WarnOnPostRedirect” = “0”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” = “%UserProfile%\Application Data\antispy.exe”