System Progressive Protection virus uninstall guide
System Progressive Protection is a new threat, same as its previous representative known as Live Security Platinum. It seems like the era of the last parasite has come to an end, thus giving the boost for a new rogue to begin infiltrating various machines without user’s consent. Without a doubt, this pest is going to be equally severe in attacking various workstations around the globe. Hackers who developed this badware can’t wait until they make you as one of their next victims. In order to make this not happen we strongly advise that you adhere to this article we’ve just published for you to understand the basic features of this malware, as well as the most essential milestones for its successful elimination. There are many sites in the world wide web describing this hoax. Some of them are clear whereas some are not. Some of them are effective whereas some fail to perform the promised job. We believe you’ve found the right place where you can know the whole truth about this badware application and how to effectively get rid of System Progressive Protection rogue anti-spyware utility.
Because System Progressive Protection is a rogue anti-virus tool its goals, plans and objectives are all but evil and full of fraudulent intentions and motives. This hoax doesn’t possess with the ability to detect and remove real threats. However, it will mimic the process of cleaning and healing your system from all kinds of fake malwares. For this purpose it tunes up your system parameters in a manner that allows the hoax to be launched automatically together with every system startup. This means that as soon as you actually launch your computer System Progressive Protection would be the very first program that will be started. Immediately it begins implementing its malicious plots and commands that were implanted into its codes by the malware makers. It runs a fake system scan which, by the way, lasts for a couple of minutes (as imitation of a real scan by decent AV software). Nevertheless, when the scan is over, the hoax tells you about the multitude of infections and tells you about the utmost need to get rid of them all. However, it will not let you do it without you first paying for the so-called licensed version of this badware. At the same time, it will not ever remove real infections when they do implant themselves into your workstation. Thus, paying funds for System Progressive Protection is the total waste of money. We hope that you will never make such a serious mistake. Instead, what you must do is to get rid of this malicious application with the help of a decent security software. We recommend you to try our proven security solution – GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
Milestones for successful removal of System Progressive Protection virus:
Click Win+R, enter the following link: https://trojan-killer.net/download/pkiller.exe in the appeared field, upload PKIller, save it to the desktop, rename it into iexplore.exe.
This procedure will terminate the processes launched by the virus.
If PKiller has fulfilled its job, run GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
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 Protection\System Progressive Protection.lnk
System Progressive Protection virus registry entries to be removed:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\System Progressive Protection
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\System Progressive Protection\DisplayIcon %AppData%\[random]\[random].exe,0
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\System Progressive Protection\DisplayName System Progressive Protection
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\System Progressive Protection\ShortcutPath “%AppData%\[random]\[random].exe” -u
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\System Progressive Protection\UninstallString “%AppData%\[random]\[random].exe” -u