System Progressive Protection. Malware removal tips

andy | November 13, 2012

How do I remove System Progressive Protection virus from my computer? This is the question that is often asked by many users whose workstations have been attacked by this hoax. The very presence of this malicious tool is surely annoying. Users have to see its many fake popups, ads, warnings and other scary but untrue security alerts. In addition, the presence of System Progressive Protection virus causes the tremendous system slowdown. Removal of this virus is a challenge for many security blogs and online malware removal platforms. Some users prefer to perform the removal job manually, but this surely requires additional skills and extra knowledge of technical details associated with Windows operating system settings. In the majority of the cases automatic removal is the best solution since this involves some proven security software that can get rid of this nasty malware effectively and within several minutes. We therefore recommend you to follow the second pattern – automatic elimination of System Progressive Protection malware.

Once this virus attacks the PC the very installation of it is carried out in a hidden (secret) manner. Users cannot easily terminate its infiltration process, and this behavior is surely typical to all other rogue security programs. They cannot be found in the list of Add/Remove programs. In addition to unauthorized startups, this virus also tunes up the PC in a manner that allows the hoax to be started automatically together with every system startup. Thus, each time you launch your computer the GUI of System Progressive Protection virus comes up.

Immediately the rogue begins scanning your computer, but this is just the imitation of a real scanning, of course. The report that is followed afterwards is a fake report too. The errors detected by it are all fake and invented. The purpose of such misleading information is to scare users into believing their computer is in a horrible condition. Then the malware makers have in mind to force users to buy the fake and helpless so-called licensed version of System Progressive Protection virus. But this is not a good investment of your funds at all. In fact, this is the waste of your money, since this program will never protect you from real security vulnerabilities. Hence, you must ignore all deceitful statements of this hoax and get rid of it as soon as possible from your computer. This guide below recommends the excellent malware removal instructions that are effective and will help you get rid of this virus completely.


System Progressive Protection virus removal guide:

Enable the display of extensions:

display of extensions

display of extensions

  • 1. Run Explorer by clicking Win+E.
  • 2. Go to the folder –> C:Windowssystem32
  • 3. Copy these two files –> cmd.exe and taskkill.exe and transfer them to your desktop.
  • files

    files

  • 4. Rename those files on the desktop –> cmd.exe into explorer.exe and taskkill.exe into iexplore.exe.
  • 5. Run from the desktop renamed file cmd.exe (now explorer.exe).
  • 6. In the opened window type iexplore /FI “WINDOWTITLE eq System Progressive Protection” /IM * /F
  • iexplore /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq System Progressive Protection" /IM * /F

    iexplore /FI “WINDOWTITLE eq System Progressive Protection” /IM * /F

  • 7. After this the virus should be deleted. If it is still in the system do the 6th paragrahp again.

Scan your system with GridinSoft Trojan Killer from time to time in future just to be sure it is safe and clean of threats.

System Progressive Protection video removal guide:

System Progressive Protection virus manual removal:

System Progressive Protection files to be removed:
%Desktopdir%System Progressive Protection.lnk
%Programs%System Progressive ProtectionSystem Progressive Protection.lnk
%AppData%[random][random].exe
System Progressive Protection virus registry entries to be removed:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRunOnce[random] %AppData%[random][random].exe
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallSystem Progressive Protection
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallSystem Progressive ProtectionDisplayIcon %AppData%[random][random].exe,0
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallSystem Progressive ProtectionDisplayName System Progressive Protection
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallSystem Progressive ProtectionShortcutPath “%AppData%[random][random].exe” -u
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallSystem Progressive ProtectionUninstallString “%AppData%[random][random].exe” -u

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