Kaspersky 2011 xp security can’t treat xp home security 2012

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Am using kasperrsky 2011 XP security with the latest updates but there is this malware 'XP home security 2012', the antivirus cant delete it or even see it as a virus, I wonder why?

Any one with a solution?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #134701

Kaspersky 2011 xp security can’t treat xp home security 2012

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Hello,

XP Home Security 2012 and internet security are both strands of the same malware. This is a dangerous malware that must be removed. Many of us have figured out that XP Security is not an anti-virus. XP Security 2012 is a malware program created by intruders. If the virus hijacks your PC it will prevent you from launching any programs.

Here I will provide you with the method to escape it:

  • Download win-xp-fix.zip.
  • Then double-click inside the .reg file. This will disable the hijacking and restore your registry settings.
  • Then proceed with the instructions I'm going to provide you with.
  • Download Spyware Doctor (save on your desktop)
  • Install the spyware doctor by right-clicking on file run in administrator mode. After you have installed the program, you must update by pressing Smart Update.
  • Press Scan Now, after the scan is complete it will find SX Security 2012 and check "fix", it will remove XP Security.

Regards.

Answered By 0 points N/A #134702

Kaspersky 2011 xp security can’t treat xp home security 2012

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XP Home Security 2012 causes your computer to reduce its performance. It is a fake antivirus utility that launch and install their vile exe files. There are times that due to its vulnerability, your antivirus could not detect it. If you want to remove it, you can do it manually. But ensure that you will backup your computer before proceeding since removing it is very risky. Click Start and launch your registry editor. Search and delete the following registry entries:

%AppData%Local[random]

%Temp%[random]

Remove all its components:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClasses.exeDefaultIcon “(Default)” = ‘%1? = ‘”%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Data[random].exe” /START “%1? %*’

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClassesexefileDefaultIcon “(Default)” = ‘%1?

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