Description of Personal Antivirus and consequences of its residing on your PC

Personal Antivirus (PersonalAntivirus) is a near clone of  General Antivirus. The program has been detected after General Antivirus had been disclosed, and is supposedly a successor of it. Attempting to make users pay for Personal Antivirus, hackers infect them with promo-version or make them install it through the tricky ads, the most effective is supposedly a fake online scanners. Likewise General Antivirus, Personal Antivirus is not just an annoying adware, it harms computer and may destroy Windows. Remove Personal Antivirus at the earliest opportunity, and get rid of General Antivirus trojan, if applicable, for the trojan is the often reason of hidden installation of other rogue programs.
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Personal Antivirus Technical Details

  • Full name: Personal Antivirus, PersonalAntivirus, Personal-Antivirus
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russian Federation

Personal Antivirus screenshots:

Signs of being infected with Personal Antivirus:

Personal Antivirus is very similar with General Antivirus, but not the same. The principle difference is that Personal Antivirus is less in size and is less intensive in its advertising.  Personal Antivirus runs free scan and lists imaginary names as infections found on your computer. It has been also established that Personal Antivirus may be downloaded through the web downloader without user’s authorization, so that there are two ways of hidden installation of this rogue, from the websites with malicious scripts and with trojan, while hidden installation of  General Antivirus is only possible with trojan. Avoid visiting suspicious websites to stave off the danger of infecting your computer with trial version of Personal Antivirus.
The typical alerts that Personal Antivirus displays are the balloon alerts at the desktop toolbar, fake firewall alert that aware you about attack on your computer from the remote computer and fake Windows Security Center.
Personal Antivirus may incorporate or not incorporate the hijacker that set your browser to randomly pop up websites directly or indirectly advertising Personal Antivirus, so that its composition differs from case to case. If you are going to remove Personal Antivirus manually, please note that some files may be not present at you computer, so if you have not found some files, they have not been installed in your case.
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Automatic Removal of Personal Antivirus from your PC:

Automatic removal of Personal Antivirus is safe and instant way to get rid of Personal Antivirus threat that consists of malware trial or full version and (not necessarily) the subservient trojan. The remedy recommended is StopZilla! and you may google its name to get the reference and make sure it is not fake antivirus that will hoax you like Personal Antivirus. Follow the link below to start free scan and get rid of Personal Antivirus and any other infections automatically.

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Manual Removal of Personal Antivirus:

Tip: follow the link above to start free scan in order to establish whether single Personal Antivirus removal will completely free your computer from infections or there are other infections that need to be removed. If any infection found, you may try to get the relevant manual intrusions in the Internet goggling the name of infection, and try to search this blog for start.
Please, print this instruction out before you will start the process of Personal Antivirus removal, for it is recommended to close every program or better reboot before the removal of Personal Antivirus.
Follow the instruction below to get rid of Personal Antivirus manually and disregard the cases, if such will happen, of some files and registry values absence as we have provided the most extended version of the guideline, but it is likely that you have a short version of the malware, and some files constituting it have not been installed.

Remove Personal Antivirus files and dll’s

Personal Antivirus Home Page.lnk
Personal Antivirus.lnk
settings.ini
uill.ini
unins000.exe
Uninstall Personal Antivirus.lnk
db
db\config.cfg
db\Timeout.inf
db\Urls.inf
log.txt
pguard.ini
services.exe
activate.ico
Explorer.ico
PerAvir.exe
unins000.dat
uninstall.ico
working.log
db
db\DBInfo.ver
db\ia080614.db
db\ia080618x.db
Languages
IAEs.lng
IAFr.lng
IAGer.lng
IAIt.lng
log.txt
winlogon.exe
iGSh.png
iMSh.png
iPSh.png
iv.exe
log.txt
pguard.ini
services.exe

Unregister Personal Antivirus registry values:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Personal Antivirus_is1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_ITGRDENGINE
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ITGrdEngine
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer “PrS”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Personal Antivirus”

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