Description of Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode and consequences of its residing on your PC’s

Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode pretends to be a part of legitimate software product. In the wild, the above is a title for popup originated by annoying trojan. The same trick is played with such renowned programs as McAfee, Dr. Web, MSE and many others.
The trojan’s payload also includes a task of restricting functionality of software products it suspects in conducting virus scan routines. The antivirus which the trojan fakes by means of producing misleading alert containing occurrence of its name in the title, is also subject to the trojan attacks.
The alert is shown repeatedly. The only reasonable way to get rid of Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode popup is to kill the trojan that stands behind it. Click here  to start free system examination campaign that will expose the trojan and other viruses enabling their subsequent extermination.

Technical Details and screenshots:

  • Full name: Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode
  • Version: 2012
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russian Federation, Ukraine

Signs of being infected with Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode

The wording mentioned in the alert title is typically used in extended descriptions of this security issue. It is to be classified as partial simulation of security suites for computer system. Unlike full simulation, the partial one does not comprise such GUI elements as scan windows and software menu.
That is, the only clear sign of the trojan available for users who apply no special detection devices is the popup that informs, on the behalf of Norton, of security restrictions strengthened because of unnamed virus threat.
Besides, there is a balloon alert at the desktop tray, which merely indicates the date of database update and states the computer is protected, which is certainly another lie of the web-crooks.
Click here to start free memory inspection by trusted protection device and eventually get rid of the misleading popup completely exterminating the trojan responsible for its annoying reoccurrences.

Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode automatical removal:

To remove Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode popup, exterminate trojan that pop-ups the misleading alert. It is good to combine the trojan removal and deletion of other viruses, if any, detected by genuine and invulnerable to malware assaults free detector of security threats available below.

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Manual Removal of Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode:

Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode removal is extermination of the trojan that creates several registry entries. In spite of that the trojan will not be capable of functioning after deletion of its executables, it is strongly recommended to delete the trojan entirely, for any residual components might of use for future viruses and cause system disordering and performance problems.

Remove Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode files and dll’s:

%WINDOWS%\ddh_iplist.txt
%WINDOWS\front_ip_list.txt
%WINDOWS\geoiplist
%WINDOWS\iecheck_iplist.txt
%WINDOWS\info1
%WINDOWS\iplist.txt
%WINDOWS\l1rezerv.exe
%WINDOWS\phoenix
%WINDOWS\phoenix.rar
%WINDOWS\proc_list1.log
%WINDOWS\rpcminer.rar
%WINDOWS\services32.exe
%WINDOWS\sysdriver32.exe
%WINDOWS\sysdriver32_.exe
%WINDOWS\systemup.exe
%WINDOWS\ufa
%WINDOWS\ufa.rar
%WINDOWS\unrar.exe
%WINDOWS\update.1
%WINDOWS\update.2
%WINDOWS\update.5.0
%Temp%\[random].exe

Unregister Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode registry values:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Avira AntiVir Enhanced Protection Mode
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Norton Antivirus Enhanced Protection Mode”

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