ProAntispyware2009 Removal Instructions

ProAntispyware2009 is a rogue antispyware application designed to scam user’s out of their money. Infection can occur via manual download, an already resident Trojan which has opened a security hole, or by downloading video codec that is malware in disguise. Once on the machine, users will begin receiving pop ups and fake system alerts stating that numerous malicious threats are resident on the machine and that the user must take action immediately by buying the full version of ProAntispyware2009 in order to avoid computer crash. The full version of this program does not exist, and scammed users will find themselves out the money with a computer still riddled with spyware. ProAntispyware2009 is particularly good at this ploy due to its very legitimate looking website complete with an FAQ and awards section. Do not be fooled. ProAntispyware2009 will steal your money and damage your computer the longer that it is left on your machine.

ProAntispyware2009 file contents:

Running Processes:

Registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Solt Lake Software
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{FDA08241-09F3-2DBE-22B1-5B44B581231C}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “mfhsornwnduy”

Registered DLLs:

Associated Files:
gisyflngpshcvuakv.dll proas2009.exe

Recommended Action: Immediate removal

Remove ProAntispyware2009 manually by killing its running processes, deleting its associated files and registry values, and unregistering its DLLs. Note that the program will reinstall itself upon reboot if any component is missed and that you will need to sift through critical system files integral to your computer’s function in order to find all components. Automatic removal may be a safer, more efficient option and can be achieved through the use of ZookaWare PC Cleaner, which is the only antispyware tool guaranteed to remove 100% of malware found on a computer.

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