Description of  Windows Additional Guard and consequences of its residing on your PC

Windows Additional Guard is unnecessary and often uninvited software. If it is invited though, that means, as a rule, the user has made a decision to download and install it because of visiting online fake scanner or websites containing misleading descriptions and fake reviews of Windows Additional Guard; these scanners and websites are, in their turn, advertised with spamming, posting of prepaid comments at popular blogs, forums etc, publishing ads at popular websites.
Another way for Windows Additional Guard to infiltrate into the targeted system is the trojan’s support. The trojan acts as a mediator that connects itself to the definite site in the web and uploads the rogue from there. In its turn, the trojan is disguised as some useful piece of data or system utility (typically: codec for viewing movies online, media player update, popular song). Remove Windows Additional Guard irrespective of the way in which it has entered your system. Failure to get rid of Windows Additional Guard may induce repeating system crisis and produce essential system malfunctions. We need to regret that in case Windows Additional Guard has been acting freely at your system for a long stretch (according to the approximate estimate, not less than 500 hours of system in operation), the system is likely to be hardly disordered and need to be reinstalled. So please do not linger and take immediate measures to remove Windows Additional Guard. Click here to start free scan and get rid of Windows Additional Guard once and for all, as well as to remove any partner’s or unrelated infections.

Windows Additional Guard Technical Details

  • Full name: Windows Additional Guard, Windows AdditionalGuard, WindowsAdditionalGuard
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russia

Windows Additional Guard screenshot (click to enlarge):

Windows Additional Guard

Signs of being infected with Windows Additional Guard:

The sooner Windows Additional Guard presence is disclosed, the easier Windows Additional Guard removal will be. However, the statement rather relates to the period before installation. That is, once installed, Windows Additional Guard acts quite noisily and too nosily so that users cannot experience any complications detecting and identifying it, saving very specific cases when the rogue is partly banned by host system so its identity may be unclear. If you have ever seen any strange alerts and rare nag screens of the origin you do not remember, click here to start free scan and detect and remove Windows Additional Guard or any other infections causing the strange symptoms.
The aforementioned period before installation and after downloading of  Windows Additional Guard is the time for Windows Additional Guard attempts to be installed. It attempts to convince user of the need to install it generating alerts stating that Windows Additional Guard has found multiple threats and you need to start its installation in order that the problem can be solved. If you see such alert, remove Windows Additional Guard. That is the best time to get rid of Windows Additional Guard manually, though automated tool is always recommended as it provides overall system inspection and cleaning.

Automatic Removal of Windows Additional Guard from your PC:

Please pay attention that one of numerous trojans probably has facilitated the downloading and installing of Windows Additional Guard and that is why complex tool is needed to remove Windows Additional Guard. Hence we advise following the link below to start free scan and get rid of Windows Additional Guard automatically to ensure total system cleaning.

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Manual Removal of Windows Additional Guard:

Note: manual Windows Additional Guard removal is a safe way to remove Windows Additional Guard under the stipulations that:
–  the steps provided below are executed in full and without any mistyping etc.,
–  there are no Internet connection and programs running during Windows Additional Guard removal.
There is also optional tip to reboot before and after Windows Additional Guard removal.

Remove Windows Additional Guard and dll’s:

578.mof
mozcrt19.dll
sqlite3.dll
WI345d.exe
WINAG.ico
vd952342.bd
WINAGSys
WINAGSys\winag.cfg
Windows Additional Guard.lnk
cookies.sqlite
ANTIGEN.tmp
cb.exe
CLSV.tmp
ddv.dll
dudl.drv
energy.dll
energy.sys
exec.exe
fan.drv
FS.dll
PE.drv
ppal.exe
SICKBOY.tmp
tjd.sys
search.xml

Unregister Windows Additional Guard registry values:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{3F2BBC05-40DF-11D2-9455-00104BC936FF}
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\WI345d.DocHostUIHandler
HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes “URL” => “http://search-gala.com/?&uid=7&q={searchTerms}”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent\Post Platform “967907703”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Windows Additional Guard”

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