Description of XP Defender Pro consequences of its residing on your PC
XP Defender Pro (XPDefender Pro) stuns users infected with its trialware with its scan results, according to which there are dozens of extremely dangerous infections in your computer memory. To get rid of XP Defender Pro’s infections a user is requested to pay the activation fee. There are two remarks in the context. Firstly, activating XP Defender Pro does not turn into safe and quite mode and does not make true antivirus of it; secondly, there are no such infections in the memory of your PC as detected by XP Defender Pro. Click here to remove XP Defender Pro as another. Windows Shield malware is the denomination we use to designate fake antispyware family that includes clones, at least in terms of nag screens, developed from the template in the left upper corner of which there is a Windows logo (shield). So far, the family consists of at least 20 clones. They differ in their behaviors and installation and uploading peculiarities being virtually the same in their appearance (chromes, templates etc.).
XP Defender Pro Technical Details
- Full name: XP Defender Pro, XP DefenderPro, XPDefender Pro
- Version: 2010
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware, Trojan horse
- Origin: Russian Federation
XP Defender Pro screenshot (click to enlarge):
Signs of being infected with XP Defender Pro:
XP Defender Pro is distributed both by trojans and through the interrelated online ads affixed to one of XP Defender Pro websites that provide downloading link. That is, in the latter case you may avoid XP Defender Pro removal ignoring its online ads. Even if the case applies to you yet we suggest you to check your system for related parasites, of which presence of XP Defender Pro hijacker is the most likely. The hijacker is an object that takes over a browser to make it unexpectedly and in no agreement with user download websites it is set to promote. Click here to start free scan and get rid of XP Defender Pro hijacker or other infections detected.
XP Defender Pro adware may be observed by direct and indirect signs. Direct signs include all its nag screens and other chromes, which contain its name. Indirect signs are all its alerts not naming it directly, as well as all its activities.
Direct signs are typical for rogue antispyware as they include front window, scan window and several chromes named after XP Defender Pro. Indirect signs, in particular, indirect alerts, are quite numerous and may be shown even while Windows warming up is in progress. Despite not naming XP Defender Pro they may betray it as they often work as links to its website. XP Defender Pro is also notorious for blocking legit executables and pretending to be downloaded as Windows Update.
Automatic Removal of XP Defender Pro from your PC:
Numerous viruses, worms and trojans may constitute a single pack with XP Defender Pro, be downloaded in advance to upload and install XP Defender Pro adware or afterwards to support it in its advertising and system deterioration. That is the main reason to remove XP Defender Pro automatically, because automated removal of XP Defender Pro implies simultaneous detection and removal of XP Defender Pro related infections.
Manual Removal of XP Defender Pro:
Manual XP Defender Pro removal makes sense if you are confident that by single act of XP Defender Pro removal your PC will be set free of infections, or your intention is to remove XP Defender Pro and other unwanted residents manually.
Remove XP Defender Pro during Safe Mode session to ensure your access to all its entries and make sure Internet connection and other software are off until XP Defender Pro removal is in progress.
Remove XP Defender Pro files and dll’s:
Unregister XP Defender Pro registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe\shell\open\command | @ = “”%AppData%\ave.exe” /START “%1″ %*”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe\shell\open\command | IsolatedCommand = “”%1″ %*”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe | @ = “secfile”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe | Content Type = “application/x-msdownload”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\secfile\shell\open\command | @ = “”%AppData%\ave.exe” /START “%1″ %*”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\secfile\shell\open\command | IsolatedCommand = “”%1″ %*”