Home Malware Cleaner scam. Removal video

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Is your system still infected with Home Malware Cleaner rogue security program? If this is the case, then here is a good tutorial we’ve developed to instruct you how to remove it successfully with the help of GridinSoft Trojan Killer. As you know, Home Malware Cleaner is a fake anti-virus that masks itself as Microsoft Security Essentials legitimate anti-virus program. However, there is a huge difference between these two programs. One of them is a virus whereas the other one is a great security utility. The rogue instructs users to effect the payment for its license whereas MSE is totally free. So, if you see the software that looks exactly like the one depicted below please make sure to completely ignore anything it tells you. As you are already aware of from the previous post on this scam, Home Malware Cleaner reports many threats that aren’t real. It arranges its fake system scan of your computer and tells that your computer is seriously infected. It also tells you to buy its license to have those pest removed. But, as you know, such reports of this scareware are totally bogus and untrue. So, in order to get rid of it please follow the instructions described in this removal video guide. Good luck!

Home Malware Cleaner
Home Malware Cleaner

Home Malware Cleaner automatic remover:

Removal video guide:

Delete Home Malware Cleaner files:

%Programs%\Home Malware Cleaner.lnk
%StartMenu%\Home Malware Cleaner.lnk
%Desktop%\Home Malware Cleaner.lnk
%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Home Malware Cleaner.lnk
%AppData%\Home Malware Cleaner\Instructions.ini
%AppData%\Home Malware Cleaner\ScanDisk_.exe

Delete Home Malware Cleaner registry entries:

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Home Malware Cleaner” “%CommonAppData%\[random]\[random].exe” /s /d

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