How to uninstall Red Cross Antivirus. Automatic and manual removal guide

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Red Cross Antivirus is one more fake antivirus being actively spread on the Web. Do not believe in its faulty promises. In reality it would not do anything good for your computer as it guarantees. Neither will it be able to grant safety to your system.

In reality Red Cross Antivirus is just another rogue elaborated as some trusted antispyware application. You need to be aware of the fact that it is normally prompted via fake microsoft security assentials alerts, and you will be able to see it as soon as it penetrates to your PC. Please know that it is directly connected and distributed in conjunction with Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan.

Red cross antivirus

Red Cross Antivirus automatical remover:

On your desktop find the icon “My computer”. In the address field insert the text

Download the application, install it onto your PC and start the scan procedure. Upon detection of virus delete it from you PC and reboot your system.

Red Cross Antivirus manual removal guide:

Delete Red Cross Antivirus files:

Delete Red Cross Antivirus registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “WarnonBadCertRecving” = “0″
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “WarnOnPostRedirect” = “0″
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “tmp”
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce “SelfdelNT”
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” = “%LocAppData%\antispy.exe”

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2 thoughts on “How to uninstall Red Cross Antivirus. Automatic and manual removal guide

  1. A simple “End Task” on Task Manager was able to rid me of this annoying Red Cross bug after trying 100 other things first (as you can probably tell, I’m not IT inclined)…I want to know how to hold these crooks accountable? Is this even a semi-legit company behind this? They ask for your credit card to run a full “heuristic” scan (whatever that is)- this is essentially extortion. These jerk offs need to be taken to task for this. Any ideas??

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