How to remove Malware Destructor 2011?
What is Malware Destructor 2011?
Malware Destructor 2011 is a rogue anti-spyware application that is identical to Paladin Antivirus and Antimalware Doctor malwares that all pose to be perfectly legitimate and worth being registered. However, they should be avoided and removed as soon as they appear on your computer’s desktop.
The way how Malware Destructor 2011 gets on your PC is very simple: it is promoted on web pop-ups that offer to run a free online computer scan. Just after clicking, people are brought to malicious domain that shows an advertisement of online anti-malware scanner and then prompts them to download Malware Destructor’s 2011 free version. Users are simply tricked into believing that their computers are infected but this free “anti-spyware” will save them.
Just after manual installation, people are also foolishly offered to install fake Updates. Trojan, mostly named KBI1883574, launches and victims additionally start getting a window pretending to be an update from Microsoft. This alert, which appears everytime computer boots up and tries to convince you that Malware Destructor 2011 is recommended by Microsoft, looks like that:
System Security Pack Update
System Pack 2010.78.932 (Malware Destructor Upgrade; KB943379)
Consequently, compromised computer starts showing fake Malware Destructor 2011 scans and also pop-ups with misleading notifications about hundreds of viruses detected. All this list of viruses, trojans, worms, rootkits etc. is followed by recommendations to register paid full version of Malware Destructor 2011 and this the main reasons why these scams exist. In fact, just like the “Automatic Updates” alert, messages are fake and recommended anti-spyware is worthless. You should get a reputable anti-spyware and remove Malware Destructor 2011 just like any other rogue.
Malware Destructor 2011 is Extremely dangerous
Malware Destructor 2011 may spread via Trojans
Malware Destructor 2011 may display fake security messages
Malware Destructor 2011 may install additional spyware to your computer
Malware Destructor 2011 may repair its files, spread or update by itself
Malware Destructor 2011 violates your privacy and compromises your security
for Malware Destructor 2011 detection
Note: Spyhunter trial provides detection of parasite like Malware Destructor 2011 and assists in its removal for free. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.
Malware Destructor 2011 screenshots
Manual Malware Destructor 2011 removal
Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove Malware Destructor 2011, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend using Spyhunter or other malware and spyware removal applications found on 2-viruses.com.
Stop these Malware Destructor 2011 processes:
Remove these Malware Destructor 2011 Registry Entries:
Remove these Malware Destructor 2011 files:
It is impossible to list all file names and locations of modern parasites. You can identify remaining parasites, other Malware Destructor 2011 infected files and get help in Malware Destructor 2011 removal by using free Spyhunter scanner. It comes with free real-time protection module that helps preventing Malware Destructor 2011 and similar threats.
Malware Destructor 2011 is classified as Rogue Anti-Spyware. After infecting a user’s system, it proceeds to scare its victim into buying the “product” by displaying fake security messages, stating that your computer is infected with spyware and only Malware Destructor 2011 can help you to remove it after you download the trial version. As soon as the victim downloads Malware Destructor 2011 trial version, it pretends to scan your computer and shows a grossly exaggerated amount of non-existent errors. Then, Malware Destructor 2011 offers to buy the full version to fix these false errors. If the user agrees, Malware Destructor 2011 does not only fix the errors, but it also takes the user’s money and may even install additional spyware into the victim’s computer.
Some Rogue Anti-Spyware, such as Malware Destructor 2011, may offer users to buy it after the victim clicks on a banner or a pop-up while surfing the internet. Usually, a Trojan is installed to a victim’s computer after clicking on the advertisement. It then proceeds to download or even install Malware Destructor 2011, which is another way for Rogue Anti-Spyware to spread itself.
Most of rogue Anti-Spyware, such as Malware Destructor 2011, is nearly impossible to remove manually.