How to remove XP Antivirus

How to remove XP Antivirus 2008, XP Antivirus 2009, and XPAntiVirus (Removal Instructions)

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Remove Fake Antivirus 1.60 is used to remove:
  1. Malware Defense
  2. Internet Security 2010
  3. Desktop Defender 2010
  4. Security Tool
  5. Antivirus Live
  6. Personal Security
  7. Cyber Security
  8. Alpha Antivirus
  9. Windows Enterprise Suite
  10. Security Center
  11. Control Center
  12. Braviax
  13. Windows Police Pro
  14. Antivirus Pro 2010
  15. PC Antispyware 2010
  16. FraudTool.MalwareProtector.d
  18. Green AV
  19. Windows Protection Suite
  20. Total Security 2009
  21. Windows System Suite
  22. Antivirus BEST
  23. System Security
  24. Personal Antivirus
  25. System Security 2009
  26. Malware Doctor
  27. Antivirus System Pro
  28. WinPC Defender
  29. Anti-Virus-1
  30. Spyware Guard 2008
  31. System Guard 2009
  32. Antivirus 2009
  33. Antivirus 2010
  34. Antivirus Pro 2009
  35. Antivirus 360
  36. MS Antispyware 2009
  37. IGuardPC or I Guard PC
  38. Additional Guard
(all of them are fake antivirus which are
viruses or trojans) from your computer.

Remove Fake Antivirus is used to remove
fake antivirus which are viruses or trojans.
XP Antivirus 2008, XP Antivirus 2009, and XPAntiVirus are rogue antivirus programs that, when run, display false results as a tactic to scare you into purchasing the software. Older versions of XP Antivirus would create 9 entries in your Windows Registry that impersonate infections on your machine. In reality, though, these registry entries were harmless and had absolutely no effect on your computer. Instead, these entries were set so that XP AntiVirus can find them when scanning your computer and report them as infections. The newer of versions of the program , such as XP Antivirus 2008 and XP Antivirus 2009, instead just display false results when scanning your computer that state infections were found. In order to remove these fake infections, though, you would first need to purchase the software as the trial does not allow you to remove them.

While running, XP Antivirus will also display fake alerts stating that you are infected or under attack from some type of threat. These alerts are fake and can be ignored. If you do click on the alert, though, it will prompt you to purchase the software. Examples of text contained in these alerts can be found below.

Privacy Violation alert!
XP antivirus detected Privacy Violation. Some program is secretly sending your private data to untrusted internet host. Click here to block this activity by removing threats (Recommended).


System files modification alert!
Some critical system files of your computer were modified by malicious program. It may cause system instability and data loss. Click here to block unathorised
<sic> modification by removing threats (Recommended).

As you can see these programs are fraudware because they make changes to your computer and then state these changes are infections as a scare tactic to have you purchase the software. It goes without saying that under no circumstances should you buy it. The older program, XPAntivirus, does come with a removal option in the computer's Add or Remove Programs list, but when you attempt to uninstall it, all that happens is the entry is removed from the list and program's process is terminated. Next time you reboot, XP AntiVirus will start up again. The newer versions of the program do not contain an entry in the Add or Remove Programs list at all.

XP Antivirus 2008 screenshot
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The guide below will walk you through the steps necessary to remove this software and any entries it installed in your Windows Registry for free.

Threat Classification:

Advanced information:

View XP Antivirus 2008, XP Antivirus 2009, and XPAntivirus files.
View XP Antivirus 2008, XP Antivirus 2009, and XPAntivirus Registry Information.

Add/Remove Programs control panel entry:

XP antivirus 1.0.1

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Symptoms that may be in a HijackThis Log:

O2 - BHO: (no name) - {4e7bd74f-2b8d-469e-dcf7-f96da086b434} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {6C6B8C69-9285-4D94-8492-9E920C8C2B65} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {74f25a2c-22b3-4023-8f1a-ca616c30a8b5} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {9a19966f-ae0e-4699-8cce-9b6f5f1c352c} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {D714A94F-123A-45CC-8F03-040BCAF82AD6} - (no file)
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [System] C:\WINDOWS\krln32.exe
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [Windows Framework] C:\WINDOWS\system32\scvh0st.exe
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [mmnext06] C:\Program Files\Common Files\trjdwnl.dll
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [shellbn] C:\WINDOWS\shlext32.exe
O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [XP Antivirus] C:\Program Files\XPAntivirus\XPAntivirus.exe
O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [10181281926292389167514053783761] C:\Program Files\XP Antivirus\xpa.exe


Another one on the list called Antivirus 2009, also known as Antivirus Pro 2009 or Antivirus 2009 Pro, is a series of rogue antispyware application that created to ruin the integrity of our computing experience.  Antivirus 2009 is fake and malicious, with the intent of screwing up your computers. Antivirus 2009 is a clone of the infamous Antivirus 2008. It is somewhat ironic to see a fake antivirus application got upgraded. Guess we are living in an usual world and nothing really surprises us anymore. Generally, Antivirus 2009 usually comes up after you installed a video codec that come with Trojan, malware and virus. Antivirus 2009 normally generates fake and misleading system popup error messages so end-users will be tricked into purchase Antivirus 2009.

What this programs does:

Antivirus Pro 2009 is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as AntiSpywareXP 2009 and XP Antispyware 2009. AntiSpyware Pro 2009 is advertised through the use of Trojans that display fake security alerts and messages stating that your computer is infected. These alerts will also automatically install Antivirus Pro 2009 on to your computer.

As part of its installation process, Antivirus Pro 2009 will configure itself to start automatically when you logon to your computer. It will also create a variety of fake malware files on your computer that are completely harmless, but are installed so they are detected by AntivirusPro 2009 when it scans your computer. When Antivirus Pro 2009 starts it will automatically scan your computer and list variety of infections that cannot be removed unless you first purchase the program. Many of these infections are the fake files that the program installed, as described above, as well as legitimate Windows files that are being called infections. It gives these false results in order to scare you into purchasing the software.

While running, you will also find that your Internet Explorer has become hijacked. When browsing the web, Antivirus Pro 2009 will randomly display a screen stating that there has been insecure internet activity and that there is a threat of a virus attack. It then prompts you to either get protection or continue to the site. Regardless of the option you select, you will instead be brought to a web page where it tries to sell you the program. This is just another scare tactic and should be ignored.

Screen shot of Antivirus 2009:

(Screen shot of Antivirus Pro 2009)

It is more important that ever to remove all the components of of the Antivirus 2009, and all the malware and trojans that it might have come bundle with (such as zlob.trojan, trojan.vundo and Trojan.Downloader). We don’t want someone spying on our digital life, do we? To effectively and safely remove Antivirus 2009, we have created a manual removal instructions. Be sure to back the data up before proceeding. Good luck!

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