Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Malware Destructor 2011

Malware Destructor 2011 is a rogue security product that presents itself as a Microsoft-related "System Security Pack Upgrade."

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It pretends to find malicious code on a victim’s machine in order to frighten him or her into purchasing useless software.

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Malware Destructor 2011 is a clone of AVDefender2011.FakeSpyPro that was distributed late in August 2010.

How to remove Malware Destructor 2011:

If Malware Destructor 2011 has infected your pc, you should remove it immediately. Click here to use VIPRE to remove Malware Destructor 2011 from your computer now.

VIPRE already detected the downloader (VirTool.Win32.Obfuscator.da!a (v)) and module it downloaded.

After VIPRE cleans Malware Destructor 2011, a randomly named folder: %APPDATA%\ 72C9D8190B531E44EFA48DBEF901A78F remains. It contains two files which are not executable. One is called enemies-names.txt and contains the fake scan results which the rogue displays. The second file is local.ini which contains the messages that Malware Destructor 2011 displays.

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