How To Remove Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan Virus
The virus attacks can torment the performance of any PC system on the go. Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan is one such security threat which can affect PC systems in just about no time at all. The Trojan virus alerts users about the fake security threat by highlighting that an Unknown Trojan or Win32 virus has been discovered. It then prompts users to clean their computer. After user selects, Action buttons it suggests that it cannot clean the infection and the PC should be scanned online. Once users select Scan Online option it would list some 35 odd anti-virus applications, out of which 5 are Trojan horses and virus infections. These are clearly depicted in the image as below:
However, after the user selects any one and restarts their PC the virus will throw an exception that some viruses have been removed but not all. In order to remove the virus infection, the fake script suggests users for buying the full version of the antivirus. By this time the harmful viruses such as Major Defense Kit, Pest Detector 4.1, Red Cross Antivirus or Peak Protection 2010 would have been installed on PC system of the user. In order to remove these, following procedure should be followed:
In order to ascertain that you do not lose the information mentioned in a procedural way, ensure to take a print out of this document. Some of the installations require that all applications should be closed before those can be successfully installed on the go.
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan Virus might install pseudo services which can prevent any download to complete or even start off. The users might be required to get the installation files on the USB and DVD/CD drives and then load applications on the PC systems.
Users should download Rkill.com application. It will end all malware processes including that of Security Suite’s application. The application can be downloaded and saved on the Desktop.
Rkill.com application should be initiated in order to end all malicious processes that have been affecting the PC’s performance on the go. As, Rkill.com is initiated Security Suite might warn users that Rkill.com might be a potential virus. These pseudo warnings should be ignored. Rkill.com will display a black command prompt window and automatically close itself. At this point the PC should not be restarted. Upon restart it will again install Security Suite’s scripts on the go.
Malware Bytes should now be downloaded and installed on the PC system in order to ensure that all infections and malicious processes are completely removed from the device. All applications should be closed before the installation is successful.
It should be installed by clicking mbam-setup.exe file. The default options will automatically be installed on the PC system. Users should choose amongst the simple to use instructions.
Users should select Perform Full Scan option from the main screen of the program. The scan button should be hit by the users for the software to run through comprehensive scan in the system.
After the scan is complete one can click the Show Results button. The malicious entries will be listed as depicted in the image below:
For removing the malicious entries from the PC system, Remove Selected button should be clicked. While these are getting released from the system the PC would reboot.
After a successful scan PC system becomes free from Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan Virus’ attack.