Fast Clean Pro asks me to pay? I have another famous anti-virus program on my computer, and it is a paid version as well. I don’t think an anti-virus program can block the whole system, but this thing can. I can’t bypass the screen of it to go online or do my work. What is it? Does it block my computer for the reason that my computer is infected by viruses? Should I pay for it to get protection from it?

Brief Introduction to This Program

Fast Clean Pro, when we mention its name, maybe many computer users will think it should be a computer protection tool that can guard their computers from being attacked by computer viruses and other malware. On the contrary, the real fact is that it is a bad thing for computers whose operating systems are Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8. It can be called a fake anti-virus program or rogue antispyware. To make it simple, it belongs to be a computer virus. Cyber hackers who make this infection can use a deceptive name to convince PC users that it can be used for computer protection. However, it has nothing to with the safety of computer, all it can bring to the infected computer is endless trouble.

The Screenshot of This Fake


People who find this Fast Clean Pro on some unreliable resource can be cheated by its fake name, and being lured by its exaggerated description, people will like to download it to protect their computers, this is the main way for this rogue anti-virus program to enter innocent computers. For those inexperienced computer users, this infection can get chances to infiltrate with the users’ permission. This is the biggest difference to other viruses. Not only enticing people to download willingly, this virus can sneak into target computers through malicious links and websites, cyber criminals can hack into websites and upload this virus to the servers, after people come to visit the infected websites, this virus can be automatically downloaded into their computers.

Once this Fast Clean Pro saved on the target computer, the first thing for it to affect is to change the Windows registry. It could add its own vicious values and keys to the registry, so that it can be activated from the start up. Also, if there is another legal anti-virus program installed on the infected computer, this infection can disable the real security tool by deleting its files and soon. The system firewall can be turned off as well. The infected computer can be compromised that can be attacked by more kinds of computer viruses which would make further damage to the infected machine. Once this rogue anti-virus takes effect, it could generate a fake scan which cannot be stopped. A few minutes later, the result can threaten the computer user that the computer is infected by many malware which need to be removed immediately. The interface of this fake program looks so real that many PC users are cheated. In order to get rid of those infection that are detected by it, PC users can be asked to pay for this Fast Clean Pro to get the ultimate help. That is the worst part of this fake program. Cyber hackers can use this rogue anti-virus program to gain illegal benefits from computer users. The whole thing is totally unreal.

The properties of the Infection

-Always pops up once you boot up your computer or run a program, claiming your computer is in great risk
-Asking you to purchase a code to activate this software, so that it can help you to remove the threats in your computer
-Can modify the computer registry once it is installed into the computer
-Can prohibit legit program to run, including your anti-virus programs.
-Can occupy a great usage of CPU, which slows down the performance of computer or even causes blue screen.

Finding all or some of these symptoms on your computer, sorry to say that your computer is infected by Fast Clean Pro. Please contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts for manual removal guide. Also, we will provide a short removal guide below for computer literate.

Manual Removal Guide of Fake Anti-virus Program (For Computer Literate)

There is a removal guide provided here; however, expertise is required during the process of removal, please make sure you are capable to do it by yourself.

Step 1: Try to access the Safe mode with Networking.

In order to get into this mode, you should restart your infected computer and then press F8 key constantly before windows launches. Use your arrow keys to highlight “safe mode with networking” and then press Enter.


For those computer which are XP operating systems, you will need to you choose your XP system after you choose safe mode with networking, you can press Enter directly without choosing any thing.

safe mode system choose

After loading files, you need to log in your account to get the safe mode with networking, for XP users, please choose Yes when you see the dialog.


Step 2: Find Ctrl, Alt, and Delete these 3 keys and then press them together to open task manager to end the process related to Windows Internet WatchDog, the name of the process of it is random.

XP task manager

Step 3:Click on Start button at the right lower corner, then click on Control Panel, then you will come to the Control Panel windows, click on Add and Remove Programs.


Then try to find Windows Internet WatchDog, highlight it and choose Remove.


Step 4: Click on Start button or press Win+R, then type regedit in the box to open Registry Editor, after that, try to find
C:\Users\profile name here\AppData\

Video Guide on How to Remove Rogue Program:

YouTube Video Removal Guide:


Fast Clean Pro is a malicious computer virus. It pretends to be an useful anti-virus program for people to install and use, but actually what it does is to block the whole computer system and ask people to pay. It can do nothing to the computer protection. Instead, it can download many other computer viruses and Trojans to damage the target computer.

Suggestion: To follow removal guide that mentioned above, a quite level of computer knowledge is needed. Still can’t get out of Fast Clean Pro? Contact online experts for help now!

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on September 22, 2014 9:12 am

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