StorageProtector is a rogue security program designed to make you believe that malware and other parasites reside on your PC, and that the product they offer can remove these threats.  StorageProtector displays aggressive and misleading security warnings and fake system notifications in order to alarm you, although no threats really exist.  They simply want you to purchase their product.

This rogue security program has no ability to detect or remove spyware or other infections, and should be avoided at all costs.  StorageProtector is malware, and may gather information about your interests as well as private data.  Additional malware may be installed, making matters worse.


Recommended Action:
Remove Immediately

Storage Protector

Manual Removal:
In order to remove StorageProtector manually, all running processes must first be killed.  It is then crucial that all files and related values in the Windows registry are detected so that they may be deleted.  Manual removal, if not done precisely, may damage your PC.

To remove StorageProtector automatically, it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as ZookaWare PC Cleaner, which is designed specifically for this purpose and 100% guaranteed.

Related Files:

urls.ini sysrep.exe.cer contact customer service.lnk storageprotector.lnk uninstall storageprotector.lnk ac recyclebin.ico rm.url sr.log swupd.log sysrep.exe.cer sysrep.exe.log sysrep.exe.xml sysrep.url em oid user update.log setup.len license.rtf readme.rtf main.ico unins000.dat

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One Response

  1. Jake Wright says:

    A few days ago I got StorageProtector on my computer. I started doing research, I downloaded SpyZooka. I installed it, ran a scan and found and removed the virus. I really like this software!

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