MS Recovery Tool fake anti-virus application. How to uninstall MS Recovery Tool rogue program
We regret to notify you about the next representative of viruses that has just recently been introduced and launched into the world wide web. It is called MS Recovery Tool. We hope that your computer will never be attacked with it. Still, if it has become one of its victims – then this post is for you just within the right time, cause it will describe to you how to uninstall MS Recovery Tool fake anti-spyware device from your PC. It should be taken into account that MS Recovery Tool is the direct successor of such well-known cyber pests as System Tool and MS Removal Tool. MS Recovery Tool as their next representative has been developed by IT crooks who want to get your money without giving any profound or effective computer service back. They tell you that MS Recovery Tool is some great anti-virus tool that you need to buy. Still, the fact is that all such promises are not true and must not be considered as serious ones, and MS Recovery Tool tool should not be tolerated by users.
As it was already emphasized in the beginning of this article, the IT criminals who introduced MS Recovery Tool scam have the only objective – that is to steal money from unwary users. They have developed their scam tool in such a way that it will be started just with every Windows launching. By the way, user directly does not take part in the infiltration procedure of MS Recovery Tool scam. The installation of virus MS Recovery Tool occurs because of leaks in the system security and other available privacy and security gaps that could take place on the attacked PC. In addition, the installation of MS Recovery Tool junkware may take place when user is browsing certain Internet pages or downloading some other applications from unsafe sites, which may contain the main executable of this malware. Whatever the case might be, sooner or later user would face MS Recovery Tool screen in front of his/her desktop. This is when the main objective of this malware is starting to be realized – this is just the time when MS Recovery Tool initiates its really evil activity on the compromised computer. It would arrange lots of fictitious system scans with very many scary reports at the end of such scans. Such scary reports include the information of huge amount of malwares and threats on user’s system. Needless to mention, users should not believe into these bogus reports, not any single word of them. MS Recovery Tool would no doubt offer users to buy the commercial version of MS Recovery Tool in order to have all those above-mentioned fictitious infections and viruses removed. So far this is the only goal of MS Recovery Tool – to make you purchase its full or registered version. At the same time, it really does not matter what kind of version you are using… Trial or registered one– they are equally idle for doing something good. Yes, they are active for robbing you and deceiving you, but do you need to have such program? We really doubt that. Therefore, do not trust any of MS Recovery Tool promises and make sure to entirely disregard anything stated by MS Recovery Tool scareware.
At this time you should come to the resolution that you must uninstall MS Recovery Tool scareware at once from your PC. Please do not loiter with deletion of MS Recovery Tool and do it now, before it is too late. We hope that this information has been on time for you and please do not hesitate to contact us at any time should you require any assistance on our part.
MS Recovery Tool automatic remover:
1. Open your browser and insert this text into the address field: trojan-killer.net/download/explorer.exe. Press Enter.
2. Run explorer.exe . This application called Process Killer terminates System Tool virus on your computer.
3. Close Process Killer application and download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected computer, install and run it.
MS Recovery Tool manual removal guide:
Delete MS Recovery Tool files:
c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]
c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random]
c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].exe
Delete MS Recovery Tool registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MS Recovery Tool
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Ms Recovery Tool”
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\MS Recovery Tool