Malware Protection Center program stands for totally bogus anti-spyware and optimization device contaminating Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. The virus notifications which are shown by this rogue sample are totally fake. This cyber threat deceives PC users using malicious tactics to trick everyone into thinking that their PC is infected. If convinced, the computer user is told to obtain the full version of this hoax to have the problems and viruses dealt with. Do not ever buy Malware Protection Center, no matter how attractive it might seem to you.
We have been able to find out about removal of Malware Protection Center virus. Please find the removal guidelines stipulated below, make sure to read the rest of the post. Please be extremely patient during the scanning process. You will get it deleted with the aid of our recommended tutorials stipulated below. The interface of Malware Protection Center fake anti-virus will come up when Windows OS is booted. The virus alerts, infection alerts and virus scan results are entirely fabricated. All notifications, alerts and scans are just the scare tactic aiming to persuade you that Malware Protection Center is some number one anti-virus which can supposedly delete all the detected infections. The elaborators of this rogue have the aim to convince PC users to buy this bogus software tool.
Malware Protection Center penetrates inside of the PC as a trojan virus. As soon as it is installed, fake alerts followed by its bogus PC scans will follow. The people who developed this malware want you to believe that the fake scans and scan results of this malware are true. Malware Protection Center will suggest to you to get rid of all of the infections and render further defense if you buy the license and full version of the tool. The rogue will permanently bother you with malware alerts and recommendations to buy the full version. There is no such thing as a registered version of Malware Protection Center. This is just the method to steal your funds and therefore no one should ever buy it. Not only does it want to steal your funds, it also wants to steal your personal data, especially the bank details. Contact your good bank or credit card company immediately if you have bought Malware Protection Center scam.
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Malware Protection Center manual removal:
Delete Malware Protection Center files:
%Programs%\Malware Protection Center.lnk
%StartMenu%\Malware Protection Center.lnk
%Desktop%\Malware Protection Center.lnk
%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Malware Protection Center.lnk
%AppData%\Malware Protection Center\Instructions.ini
%AppData%\Malware Protection Center\ScanDisk_.exe
Delete Malware Protection Center registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Malware Protection Center” “%CommonAppData%\[random]\[random].exe” /s /d