Security Sphere 2012 rogue removal video guide
Security Sphere 2012 is a program that can be caught by anyone of us nowadays. This is a virus which can bring nothing good into your system but troubles. When you get Security Sphere 2012 in your system you will notice it for sure, because every time you restart your PC, the rogue will run itself and do its job. The program shows a lot of alerts and messages about your system, saying that it is infected and damaged by some malicious programs. All you need to remember is that those threats inside your PC are false. The virus creates its own threats for you to believe that you need an anti-virus or at least the better one. That is when Security Sphere 2012 proposes its product as a program you need. You should not buy its product under any circumstances. If you does it, you will receive nothing at all. All you should do is to remove the virus from your system as soon as possible. Below please find the good video guide on how to do it.
Milestones for successful removal of Security Sphere virus:
- Before downloading GridinSoft Trojan Killer as the anti-virus program recommended by us for removal of the a.m. malware open your browser and download Process Killer application, the free tool from GridinSoft LLC. Process Killer is used to terminate the processes of viruses which create obstacles for launching decent anti-viruses like GridinSoft Trojan Killer. In order to download Process Killer go to your browser and insert this text into the address field:
- Save pkiller.exe to your hard drive folder (whatever one you choose). Afterwards you need to rename “pkiller.exe” into “explorer.exe” and launch “explorer.exe”
- Upon successful termination of the process of Security Sphere virus using Process Killer close it and download GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
- Update the program, run the scan and remove all detected threats upon termination of the scan with GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
trojan-killer.net/download/pkiller.exe Press Enter.
Warning: if you could not launch “explorer.exe” you may try to rename “pkiller.exe” to “iexplore.exe” or “winlogon.exe”. Then run the renamed file.
Security Sphere virus manual removal:
Security Sphere files to be deleted:
%UserProfile%\Application Data\[random digits]\[random digits].exe
Security Sphere virus registry entries to be removed:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce “[random digits].exe″