Overview of Ultimate Protection Virus
Activate Ultimate Protection, another fake series virus, every time tries to convince people to purchase it although it doesn’t provide any protection or optimization to your computer. Please bear in mind, such program is a rogue program, don’t even pay a penny for it. Activate Ultimate-Protection is not a PC saver at all; it’s indeed a fake anti-virus which is just want to make you pay money. It is a cheater in its heart. Even you purchase it; it cannot provide you any protection. When your computer gets infected by such virus, that implies that your computers original anti-virus has been taken place by it. It plays a role as if it’s an excellent security guard with much better functions to protect your computer. In fact, it’s installed into your PC silently without your permission. In this regard, it can’t be a real legit anti-virus. How does Activate Ultimate Protection work as a rogue program? When it intrudes to your computer, it slips into a menu item while you are in that menu item by declaring, “You have some errors on your register [sic]”. This will make you think that it is the information from a Windows software which you don’t know, so you may click on Download button like a dummy to get a free scan as it tells you. After a “quick scan”, you will discover you have to pay for the “Fix”. So the whole process is: access your PC pretends to have a scan of your computer, next inform you that your computer is in bad situation, next entice you to purchase the malware. All these steps are well-designed to make you be duped. In particular to note is the disguise of Activate Ultimate-Protection is so fancy that it has a same GUI as other real anti-virus or system defenders.Is there a good removal tool? No. If you are suffering a great deal from Activate Ultimate Protection virus, please never hesitate to delete it permanently. Even if you pay money to purchase the fake anti-virus, it can’t give you any safeguard. Never let it succeed in cheating you and throw it away from your computer forever!
A photo of Activate-Ultimate Protection:
Here is some warning information from the virus:
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot is sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (Recommended)
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC.
The Activate Ultimate Protection virus is variant of fake Windows antivirus program that created by cyber criminals who make money from computer users. The hackers made this false virus removal tool to get money from the victims by pretending it to be a legitimate virus scanning tool that is in need of an upgrade in order to fishing the removal of several dangerous threats found on the computer. If this rogue thing has been installed on the computer it will pup up and it will start to be performing a scan of the system files, looking for potentially dangerous files. It will then show a list of infected files that it deems to be a threat to the users computer. If the user want to clean out all the warning infections from the computer, they have to select the option to immediately remove these files from the computer but when there will be a notice that states that the program needs to be updated to the paid version in order to continue the removal,it means you need to purchase the activation code or Reg key. Once paid, you just lost your money as it is a big scam.
Steps on how to remove activate ultimate-protection virus
Restart your computer. As your computer restarts but before Windows launches, tap “F8” key constantly. Use the arrow keys to highlight the “Safe Mode with Networking” option, and then press ENTER.
Stop all related progresses in Task Manager like this: press Control+Del+Alt together to open task manager, select the progresses you want to stop. They may be random names:
How to Uninstall/ Remove activate ultimate protection Rogue Software from Windows XP
Step1: Click start menu.
Step2: Click Control Panel to uninstall activate ultimate protection fake thing.
Step3: Click Add or Remove Programs to continue.
Step4: Highlight the malicious programs related to the malware and click Remove button and finish uninstalling.
How to Remove activate ultimate protection Fake Virus from Windows 7 or Vista.
Step1: Click start menu, click on Control Panel.
Step2: Click on Uninstall a program to continue to remove activate ultimate protection Virus.
Step3: Click the unknown program need to be uninstalled.
Step4: Uninstall Status: Please wait while the virus is removed from your computer. You just need to stand by until it is complete.
Open the Registry Editor, search and remove registry entries related to activate Malware. All associated files of activate ultimate protection virus should be deleted absolutely.
Manually get rid of registry entries created by activate ultimate virus
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\WarnHTTPSToHTTPRedirect 0
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\AAWTray.exe
Video Guide on How to Remove activate Virus
You realized this is a fake anti-virus software, then please don’t be treated by the malware. Paying the upgrade will silence the warnings, but the virus files will not be removed from the infected computer, because the hackers are fully take control of your computer. The only way to be certain that there will not be any future vulnerability issues is to get rid of all infections manually. The instructions above can be followed to completely rid the fake Activate Ultimate Protection virus off your computer completely. But it is just for advanced users, if you are not an expert, please contact computer expert for tech support, that is the best choice to save your computer safely.
Tips: If you are still confused for all processes and don’t want to make things worse, please contact PC experts for further help.
Published by Michael Myn & last updated on January 14, 2014 4:11 pm