Spyware Protect 2009 - How to remove?


Spyware Protect 2009 is a fake spyware remover, which uses trojans, such as the infamous Zlob or Vundo, to enter the system. This parasite uses intimidation to trick the user into purchasing it’s “licensed version”.

Once inside and active, Spyware Protect 2009 will flood the user with popups and fake system notifications, supposedly to inform him of an infection or multiple infections present on the system. While this information may coincidentally be true, Spyware Protect 2009 has neither the ability to detect nor remove any of the threats and should therefore be disregarded.

Spyware Protect 2009 is a scam and should be treated as such: do NOT download or buy it and block it’s homepage using your HOSTS file.


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Manual Spyware Protect 2009 removal


Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove Spyware Protect 2009, 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 Reimage or other tools found on 2-viruses.com.


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December 23rd, 2016 06:31, December 23rd, 2016 06:31
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  1. YOu never know when these things will pop up. I’m a savy user, and have both virus protection (schedule a scan each day), and run a “spycheck” occasionally. I guess I wasn’t paying complete attention to messages on the computer, and ended up getting this POS on my laptop.. I followed the manual instructions and only found one file, c:/windows/sysguard.exe , and one registry entry, AvScan. But, had to go into safe mode to get rid of the sysguard.exe. Did not find any of the other executables on my system. I guess that the amount of files found on the system is based on how panicked one gets. I figured early on it was some sort of malware.

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