Enhanced Protection Mode virus now spreads via Facebook and fake Youtube sites

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Enhanced Protection Mode virus obviously is even more persistent then it seemed to be initially. It came to our attention that this type of infections spreads by means of Facebook notices asking users: OMG! Is that you?? After following this trick and finally clicking the link the users are brought to the fake YouTube site – instead of the common address, such as youtube.com, user sees somebody’s Facebook ID page. The title says that user or his/her friend is in the leading role of vicious practices. Still, it is not permitted to watch this video. Users are told: “You need to upgrade your Adobe Flash Player to watch this video. Download it from Adobe”.

Never trust this fake message, which is actual scam! Enhanced Protection mode virus will be downloaded into your computer instead of this flash update that is suggested for download. Soon you will encounter the bogus alert claiming the virus Trojan backdoor.11.Win32.xnco or other malware identified on your workstation. Hence, never trust such fake messages on Facebook and use a decent anti-virus applications which can aid you not to permit such unwanted malware penetrations.

Enhanced Protection Mode automatic remover:

Enhanced Protection Mode manual removal guide:

Delete Enhanced Protection Mode files:

  • %Users%\[UserName]\Downloads\OTS.exe
  • %Windows%\l1rezerv.exe
  • %Windows%\systemup.exe
  • %Windows%\sysdriver32.exe
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