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Fake virus using Microsoft logo

Discussion in 'Bing' started by lone woolf, Feb 5, 2012.

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    sorry but i got a big problem on my pc because a pop up window using Security Shield and Microsoft logos is killing my pc, i cannot use my AVG anti-virus because a pop up read like "avgui.exe" is infected by "win32/Fake plus" and so whatever i try to open on my pc another window is telling me that is infected by....i'm always directed to apage ( a fake Microsoft looking like ) asking me to buy the license to clear all the virus ( they want my credit card data and more ) Does anybody had the same experience ? Could anybody help me ?
    best regards
     
    lone woolf, Feb 5, 2012 IP
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    boxer126 Active Member

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    I had this exact same problem last night. The best thing to do is "register" the product using this registration key: 64C665BE-4DE7-423B-A6B6-BC0172B25DF2
    This will remove the annoying popups that come up when you click anything. Then run an antivirus or malware/spyware removal program. It should catch it and remove it. I used Spyware Doctor (not free), but I think Microsoft Security Essentials (free) will also catch and remove it. Also, once you've removed it, it might not be a bad idea to turn on some form of real-time protection (Microsoft Security Essentials provides this service).
     
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    XTCHost Greenhorn

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    I like to use avast - www.avast.com - it has a boot time scan that will detect many viruses trojans before windows starts and it is free. I have been using it for 12+ years without problems. I have laos cleaned many systems with it that had other free software installed


    Good Luck
     
    XTCHost, Feb 5, 2012 IP
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    ЄxDeus™ Well-Known Member

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    Download Malware bytes boot pc in safemode and run a scan. Use Nod32 in future its the best AV around.
     
    ЄxDeus™, Feb 5, 2012 IP
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    baknet.computers Greenhorn

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    Download and install Avast AntiVirus (free) and run a boot-time scan.
     
    baknet.computers, Feb 6, 2012 IP
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    lone woolf Peon

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    Hi Thank you for support . I also contact AVG company yesterday night( my anti-virus ) and today they heal my PC . Great Job .
     
    lone woolf, Feb 6, 2012 IP
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    goodness what will they think of next!
     
    kewlchat, Feb 7, 2012 IP
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    Avast is great! I would not download any of those malware software program as I find that they all use to much resources and slows down your computer. I used to use software such as Spot Search & Destroy. What I would also recommend if you are totally okay with doing this, is backing up your important data files and just reformatting your hard drive and re-installing your Operating System. Your computer will run like it is new and will be 100% clean.
     
    J.L.B, Feb 10, 2012 IP
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    Guys, put good anti-virus software at your computers and you'll get rid of all those problems. Avast is well enough or Kaspersky is perfect, to my mind.
     
    Ella_Z., Feb 13, 2012 IP
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    rolxx Peon

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    With the help of free antivirus like Avast Scan your Personal computer...
     
    rolxx, Feb 15, 2012 IP
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    That is one of the 1000000 reasons I do not use Windows as my default operating system. Try Ubuntu, it is getting more friendly.
     
    nikomaster, Feb 15, 2012 IP
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    Techz SEO Member

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    I agree Ubuntu it is a free virus OS. You can install two OS in same PC
     
    Techz SEO, Feb 18, 2012 IP