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windows vista smart security adware help

chris3349 Avatar
suspended6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I have a virus/ spyware on my computer called vista smart security it runs fake scans and has lots of pop ups and tray pop ups i am running a avg scan and spybot scan nothing so far showed up also scaned with ccleaner can any body tell me how to remove this program

i have found
http://www.stopzilla.com/products/stopzilla/infection-app.do?AID=10034&CID=Smart%20Security&inf=SMARTSECURITY&f=11&t=r&d=032010&gclid=CKCHwPLOuKACFUgB4wodA0HvTw

will this help me
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suspended6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
install kaspersky internet edition off the web use the trial 30 day version that should clean it. Thats what i have done in the past when repairing pcs that have spyware running does the job.
suspended#2
dcx_badass
Why do people think ccleaner stops virus and spyware, it doesn't and was never ever designed to either.


sorry just trying thats why i am now running spybot and avg i need ideas please will the stpzilla spot it
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suspended#4
guilbert53


thanks to both of you will try them after avg and spybot have finished has any body sucessfully removed this program with anything
suspended#5
spybot picked a few things but not this
#6
Try using "superantispyware"

http://www.superantispyware.com/downloadfile.html?productid=SUPERANTISPYWAREFREE

This will get rid of it!

Regards,

John
#7
this is why AVG free is bad.
when will people learn that its detection rate is rubbish and its only a very very basic protection.
i hope you get sorted out and move to using something better.
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This sort of fakeware gets past alot of good anit-virus/anti-spyware programs , thats the way they've been designed .Once on your PC/Laptop they will play havoc with your OS , stopping lots of things from running , task manager and any exe's for instance . I've seen some hide Control Panel ,C:\ drive and you have no chance to install anything or take your data off . I had to fix a new Acer laptop running Vista the other week that had a Fake Anti-Virus program , it literaly took over the laptop .
Firstly , you have to run the machine in safemode and install , SuperAntiSpyWare or Malwarebytes .The ones I have sorted out are hidden files in hidden folders , so make all the folders visable . The Acer had a file on it called 10336723.exe in a hidden folder called 10336723 . If you dont delete this exe file , the whole thing restarts when you re-boot . If you cannot do it and dont want to lose any valuable data , take the HDD out of the PC/laptop and link it to another machine .I do this all the time using a IDE/SATA to usb gadget or just adding the drive as a slave to your host PC .This will enable you to just copy your files/photos/mp3 to a folder , after which you can scan the doner drive or format . At least you'll not have lost your data doing it this way .
I've noticed of late ,this fakeware is getting very common and can get onto your PC simply by visiting a infected website.
suspended#9
ricko
This sort of fakeware gets past alot of good anit-virus/anti-spyware programs , thats the way they've been designed .Once on your PC/Laptop they will play havoc with your OS , stopping lots of things from running , task manager and any exe's for instance . I've seen some hide Control Panel ,C:\ drive and you have no chance to install anything or take your data off . I had to fix a new Acer laptop running Vista the other week that had a Fake Anti-Virus program , it literaly took over the laptop .
Firstly , you have to run the machine in safemode and install , SuperAntiSpyWare or Malwarebytes .The ones I have sorted out are hidden files in hidden folders , so make all the folders visable . The Acer had a file on it called 10336723.exe in a hidden folder called 10336723 . If you dont delete this exe file , the whole thing restarts when you re-boot . If you cannot do it and dont want to lose any valuable data , take the HDD out of the PC/laptop and link it to another machine .I do this all the time using a IDE/SATA to usb gadget or just adding the drive as a slave to your host PC .This will enable you to just copy your files/photos/mp3 to a folder , after which you can scan the doner drive or format . At least you'll not have lost your data doing it this way .
I've noticed of late ,this fakeware is getting very common and can get onto your PC simply by visiting a infected website.


rep added thanks for the help but at the moment it seams to be gone i think spybot removed it but only after a reboot also thanks to all for the different download links like you also said it did block certain programs it blocked IE so had to use firefox also blocked task manager and avg at first

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