Description of  QuickHealCleaner and consequences of its residing on your PC

QuickHealCleaner (QuickHeal Cleaner or Quick Heal Cleaner) is another attempt to exploit user’s fears and luck of experience to dupe them into buying a counterfeit. Hackers distribute QuickHealCleaner through the system of scaring ads published at websites with weak security policy. Hackers also exploit vices of websites publishing their ads to use such aggressive types of advertisement as pop-ups instead of declared types such as ad banners and links.  Those users who trust advertisements puffing up  QuickHealCleaner and download and install it then find it quite difficult to remove QuickHealCleaner, for QuickHealCleaner entry is usually missed at the list of programs installed (one can check the list through the Control Panel of Windows Start Menu). At the same time, average user looks for the way to get rid of QuickHealCleaner, for the software does not let him to focus on his desired activities. Annoying behavior of QuickHealCleaner is briefly described below.
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QuickHealCleaner Technical Details

  • Full name: QuickHeal Cleaner, Quick Heal Cleaner, Quick HealCleaner
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russia

QuickHealCleaner screenshot (click to enlarge):

Quick Heal Cleaner

Signs of being infected with QuickHealCleaner:

To say QuickHealCleaner  is quite noticeable is to underestimate its impact as it is QuickHealCleaner that starts running without any invitation of users and which program windows can hardly be closed and cause repeating system freezes and system reboots.
Once downloaded and installed, QuickHealCleaner may welcome user with unexpected reboot as it attempts to introduce certain changes into system setting that shall allow it to run automatically. After the very first reboot upon QuickHealCleaner installation, its front window appears. The window contains scan option. The scan by QuickHealCleaner is just a show that in no way related to real infections at your computer system.
The scan is accompanied with fake system alerts which call for activation of QuickHealCleaner. Some of the alerts, when you click on them, lead you to the online QuickHealCleaner purchase center. Remove QuickHealCleaner and please do not pay the requested by QuickHealCleaner fees as that is a direct stimulation of hackers to develop and release new malware.
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Automatic Removal of QuickHealCleaner from your PC:

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Manual Removal of QuickHealCleaner:

There are several simple but very important precautions to follow when performing QuickHealCleaner removal. Firstly, reboot at the very beginning, secondly, make sure there is no Internet connection and Internet connection will not be restored while  QuickHealCleaner removal is in progress, thirdly, do not run any software during QuickHealCleaner removal.
Please follow the instructions below step by step in order of the steps appearance.

Remove QuickHealCleaner and dll’s:

1 QuickHealCleaner.lnk
2 Homepage.lnk
3 Uninstall.lnk

Unregister QuickHealCleaner registry values:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “ha8tozmj.exe”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “QuickHealCleaner”

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