My Security Engine – removal

My Security Engine is a rogue antivirus program clone of CleanUp Antivirus, Security Antivirus. My Security Engine as usual promoted through various trojans and fake online scanners.

My Security Engine will create numerous fake malware files that will be detected as malware when it scans your computer and will not allow you to remove any of them until you purchase the program. When installed My Security Engine will be configured to start automatically when you log into Windows. While My Security Engine is running it will display security alerts and warnings on your desktop. These alerts will state that your computer is under attack or that your personal data is at risk.

My Security Engine - fake antivirus
My Security Engine

We advise you to be careful with this My Security Engine software. Do not install it yourselves. It is extremely important to remove all the components of the My Security Engine and all the malware and trojans that it might have come bundled with.

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My Security Engine automatical remover:

The screenshot above displaying all the threats that Trojan Killer found. Please note that the infections found on your computer may be different than what is shown here
The screenshot above displaying all the threats that Trojan Killer found. Please note that the infections found on your computer may be different than what is shown here

As you might have foreseen, My Security Engine is not a lonely walker in the empty space. In contrary, it has multiple ties with other rogues so that complex malware removal is the best way to get rid of My Security Engine. In addition, if you remove My Security Engine automatically, you get life-time protection from malware aggression.


My Security Engine manual removal guide:

Delete My Security Engine files:

%CommonAppData%\8d7ca11\72.mof
%SystemDir%\dllcache\kbdclass.sys
%CommonAppData%\8d7ca11\MS8d7c.exe
%CommonAppData%\8d7ca11\MSE.ico
%CommonAppData%\8d7ca11\MSSys\vd952342.bd
%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\My Security Engine.lnk
%AppData%\My Security Engine\cookies.sqlite
%Desktop%\My Security Engine.lnk
%UserProfile%\Recent\ANTIGEN.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\ANTIGEN.exe
%UserProfile%\Recent\cid.dll
%UserProfile%\Recent\CLSV.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\DBOLE.sys
%UserProfile%\Recent\ddv.dll
%UserProfile%\Recent\ddv.sys
%UserProfile%\Recent\energy.tmp
%UserProfile%\Recent\FS.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\gid.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\PE.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\PE.exe
%UserProfile%\Recent\PE.sys
%UserProfile%\Recent\PE.tmp
%UserProfile%\Recent\std.exe
%UserProfile%\Recent\tjd.drv
%UserProfile%\Recent\tjd.sys
%UserProfile%\Recent\runddlkey.dll
%StartMenu%\My Security Engine.lnk
%StartMenu%\Programs\My Security Engine.lnk

Delete My Security Engine registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\3
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CU8d7c.DocHostUIHandler
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “My Security Engine”

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