Got confused with the rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 program on your computer? Always receive annoying pop-ups from from this fake and can’t get out of it because it’s claiming for money to get it activated? Can’t even close the alert window and got the computer locked by this rogue? Looking for an easy and feasible solution to handle this issue in order to save your computer? Learn more about this issue by reading the contents below.

General Instruction of Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Virus

Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 seems to be a legal and strong anti-virus program that can help you to remove any threats from your computer when actually the truth is: it belongs to the fake Ransomware that pretend to be a normal antivirus so that it can scan your system all the time and then tell you your computer is under great threat and show you a lot of virus, Trojans and other threats that were detected therefore you need to remove all of them immediately otherwise your computer will become a crap really soon. It is updated from XP Security 2013 Virus. In order to remove those viruses you have to activate XP Antispyware Pro 2013 rogue and pay money online to purchase the key. All of these is definitely a scam that can help nothing at all to your computer but only rip off your money. All the viruses listed are just nonexistent when the real threat is this fake antivirus itself. It will be installed without your permission while you are installing other free software and shareware, or when you are opening attachments from malicious emails.

By the above methods this fake can sneak into your system and then start to damage your computer. First it will make itself as automatic startup program so every time you restart your computer it will run immediately to show fake warning to scare you. Please do not trust in this rogue because it has been proven by thousands of users that it’s a really nasty virus that never should be trusted at all, not to speak of handing over the money to it. This rogue is quite similar to Win8 Antispyware 2013 virus, both of them are very intelligent that they can download a lot of other hazardous threats through the Internet and therefore damage and take over your poor computer for remote hackers who can easily remote in your computer and easily obtain everything they need such as business confidential information, personal private message, bank details and other valuable things that can send them illegal benefit. Therefore it’s wise to keep cautious from this fake rogue and have it removed from your computer as soon as you see it there.

How Do I Know If My Computer Infected By XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Rogue?

A. There will pop up a page of XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Rogue with unregistered version in the title and start a perform scan automatically then brings a scan result of alert listing there are a lot of threats detected in your system.

B. You will get a pop-up as well saying that Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 has blocked a program from accessing the Internet and your computer has been infected by some kind of virus so that you need to activate it to remove all infections.

C. You will see a dangerous triangle mark with the words “Attention: danger!” and tell you that the threat with your system will exploit and bring the following affection:

Your system becomes a target for spam and bulky, intruding ads.
Bank details and credit card information gets disclosed.
Your personal files, photos, documents and passwords get stolen.
Your computer is used for criminal activity behind your back.
Browser crashes frequently and web access speed decreases.

If you need any help, Live Chat with YooSecurity Expert Now , or you can follow our step-by-step virus removal instruction below to clean the virus yourself. (For advanced computer users)

A Screenshot of XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Virus

Best Way to Remove Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Step by Step:

Firstly, please restart your computer and get in Safe Mode with Networking:

Please follow these steps to get rid of Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 manually:
Step 1: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. Open the Windows Task Manager.
If that didn’t work, try another way. Press the Start button and click on the Run option. This will start the Run tool. Type in task-mgr and press OK. This should start the Windows Task Manager.

Step 2: Within the Windows Task Manager click on the Processes tab. Find the process by name. random.exe related to Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013. Then scroll the list to find required process. Select it with your mouse or keyboard and click on the End Process button. This will kill the process.

Step3: Remove malicious files of XP Antispyware Pro 2013 Rogue.


Step4: Delete malicious registry entries of Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013.

“EnableShellExecuteHooks”= 1 (0x1)

Video Show You on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:

Conclusion: As the post mentioned above, Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 is classified as a dangerous rogue program that makes thousands of computer users anxious and worried to pay money to such a Ransomware which is quite a connivance to it. Actually, all fake scaring alerts are totally wrong error messages and false information that lure unnoticed computer victims to buy its fake key to clean the affected computer. This nasty fake anti-virus software comes from Internet and attack personal computers when they use Internet without safeguard. The interface of this rogue program is just very similar to the legal security software. It pretends to scan your computer and displays that your computer has a lot of severe virus infected items inside. It also blocks the legal anti-virus software from raking effective to detect or removing any type of fake virus. Since the legitimate anti-virus tool fails to stop the dangerous fake anti-spyware entirely, manual removal is highly recommended to clean such a nasty virus. In order to uninstall Rogue XP Antispyware Pro 2013 properly, you are welcome to contact YooCare PC experts 24/7 online service for further help.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on June 4, 2013 3:30 pm

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