Memory Optimizer rogue. How to get rid of Memory Optimizer fake system defragmenting and optimizing program

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Memory Optimizer has been launched by cyber hackers and frauds into the Web space out of the blue. It is now being very bellicose in attacking so many computers. The trick is that this virus pretends to identify some “crucial” problems in your PC supposedly reflecting PC performance and efficiency. Remember that it is very close to other system optimizers of which we have already written in some of our previous releases, such as Fast Disk, for example. The fruits of its destructive activity are very irritating indeed. If you encounter it on your PC do not trust any messages it gives you. You need to understand that this is a typical fake application that needs to be deleted from your PC right away, upon the very first encounter.


Memory Optimizer virus
Memory Optimizer virus

Do you wonder how this scam would penetrate inside of your PC? Well, this is the main trick of its developers, because Memory Optimizer virus comes to PCs without user’s authorization, or even his/her knowledge of such infiltration. This is all done thanks to available system vulnerabilities or some other security gaps. Thus, you are face-to-face with very aggressive program that should to be removed before you know where you are.

Keep in mind that upon its successful infiltration Memory Optimizer would pretend to identify plenty of warnings telling about errors inside of your computer. All such messages most commonly warn of HDD missing, files being infected with viruses or other fake notices. In addition to the aforesaid, Memory Optimizer would imitate some type of system scan. At its end Memory Optimizer would give a notice that there are plenty of errors identified, and it would then propose itself as a solution for removal of such supposed identified threats. Needless to say, Memory Optimizer tries to persuade you to buy it, even though such errors do not exist in reality and, even if they would be present Memory Optimizer would neither be able to remove them nor even detect them. There is no any decent help granted in response. Thus, be careful with it.

To make the long story short, disregard any messages given by Memory Optimizer. And do not pay anything for it, not a cent, not a penny. On the contrary, seek help from a decent anti-virus tool and remove this fake straight off the ice, without delay. Otherwise your will beyond any doubt regret for your failure to do so forthwith.

Memory Optimizer automatic remover:

1. Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to clear (not infected) computer and install it.

2. Update the virus database.
3. Copy the entire folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” to your jump drive (memory stick). Normally it is located at the following path: (C:\Program Files\GridinSoft Trojan Killer). “C” stands for the system disk of your computer. The name of the system disk, however, can be marked with another letter.
4. Open your jump drive (memory stick). Find the folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” there. Open it , find the file under the name “trojankiller.exe” and rename it to “iexplore.exe”.
5. Move memory stick to infected PC, open “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” folder and run iexplore.exe. Optional: copy the folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” from your jump drive to some other folder created on your PC and run “iexplore.exe”.

Memory Optimizer manual removal guide:

Delete Memory Optimizer files:
%TempDir%\[random]
%TempDir%\[random].exe
%TempDir%\dfrg
%TempDir%\dfrgr
%Desktop%\Memory Optimizer.lnk
%Programs%\Memory Optimizer
%Programs%\Memory Optimizer\Memory Optimizer.lnk
%Programs%\Memory Optimizer\Uninstall Memory Optimizer.lnk
Delete Memory Optimizer registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random]”
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random].exe”

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