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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Free Virus Removal

If your computer is currently showing a screen which states that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has locked your computer due to various violations, you are likely part of a hoax. Under the RCMP it will read “International Cyber Security Protentation Alliance”. The top line of the screen will say “Attention! Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below.” This type of virus is known as scareware, or software designed to scare people in paying a fee in order to be able to use their computer. This virus is not made by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police but rather by a third party hoping to make money. The scareware hopes to trick the user into paying through Ukash or other methods.

It is easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking. In safe mode, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus will not load which will allow you full access to the computer. Once in safe mode, you can manually remove the virus (it is in the C:/Users/[username]/[random character folder]) and remove from startup or use the program provided below.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win Server Defender along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to ask below.

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Win 7 (Win7) Smart Defender Pro Virus Removal

Win 7 Smart Defender Pro is a fake computer program. The fake program will be called Vista Smart Defender Pro in Windows Vista and XP Smart Defender Pro in Windows XP. The program will change its name to match the operating system of the computer in order to trick the user into thinking that Win 7 Smart Defender Pro is part of Windows. Like a real antivirus program, Win 7 Smart Defender Pro has similar features and has a similar design in hopes of building credibility with the user. However, Win 7 Smart Defender Pro is fake and should be removed. Win 7 Smart Defender Pro will be a random lettered or numbered executable file.

It is best to remove Win 7 Smart Defender Pro if it has infected the computer. If the infection in new, the user can attempt a system restore which can potentially restore the computer to a previous date as long as the virus hasn’t tampered with system restore. The reason why system restore is useful is because it can roll back the system to a previous date and hopefully avoid all the negative changes a virus can make. However, Win 7 Smart Defender Pro will need to be removed if system restore doesn’t work.

Win 7 Smart Defender Pro can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win 7 Smart Defender Pro along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

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Manual Removal -

Terminate Win 7 Smart Defender Pro Process (Click Here To Learn How)
[random].exe

Delete Win 7 Smart Defender Pro Files (Click Here To Learn How)
C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Local\[random].exe

Delete Win 7 Smart Defender Pro Registry Entries (Click Here To Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”[random]”

Department of Justice Virus Removal

If your computer is currently showing a screen which states that the U.S. Department of Justice has locked your computer due to various violations, you are likely part of a hoax. The top line of the screen will say “The work on your computer has been suspended on the grounds of the violation of the law of the United States of America.” There are also additional versions which have different warnings. This type of virus is known as scareware, or software designed to scare people in paying a fee in order to be able to use their computer. This virus is not made by the U.S. Department of Justice but rather by a third party hoping to make money. Lines like “An attempt to unlock the computer by yourself will lead to the full formatting of the full formatting of the operating system” are used to scare the user into paying the $300.

It is easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking. In safe mode, the Department of Justice virus will not load which will allow you full access to the computer. Once in safe mode, you can manually remove the virus (it is in the C:/Users/[username]/[random character folder]) and remove from startup or use the program provided below.

The Department of Justice virus can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win Server Defender along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to ask below.

Malwarebytes Download and Installation

Click Here to Download Malwarebyes

Step 1: Once you double click on the installation file, Malwarebytes will allow you to choose the language in which you would like to install.

Step 2: Click “Next” in order to proceed with the installation

Step 3: If you agree with the terms of condition, click that you accept the agreement and continue

Step 4: Choose the installation location. Malwarebytes will provide a default location on the computer.

Step 5: Once installation is complete, It is recommended to update Malwarebytes before scanning so that Malwarebytes can download the latest virus definitions.

Step 6: Malwarebytes will download the latest virus definitions if you have checked the box.

Step 7: Malwarebytes will provide a notification once the update is complete.

Step 8: Perform a full scan to check the entire computer for threats including Win Server Defender.

Packed.Generic.397 Virus Removal

Packed.Generic.397 is a potential threat which is heuristically detected by Symantec Antivirus products. The heuristically detected threat (Packed.Generic.397) is where a antivirus application will flag a threat because they believe the file is either a new unknown threat, similar to a previously identified computer threat, or encrypted or hidden to avoid detection. If Packed.Generic.397 is found on the computer, it is best to scan the computer in order to make sure that the computer is virus free.

It may be best to scan with an additional program to get an second opinion. Malwarebytes is an award winning program which can scan and remove viruses for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove any threats detected by Malwarebytes. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

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If you have any questions or would like to discuss with visitors on the website, please feel free to comment below. Packed.Generic.397 is similar in ways to its previous versions (Packed.Generic.395 and Packed.Generic.396) and will likely have future versions (Packed.Generic.398 and Packed.Generic.399).

Remove Win Server Defender (WinServerDefender) Virus

Win Server Defender is a fake computer program which is essentially the same fake computer program as the recently released XP Defender, Vista Defender, and Win 7 Defender. Win Server Defender is designed to mirror real antivirus programs that can be purchased in order to make the user believe that the program is real while in fact Win Server Defender is a fake computer program. Like a real antivirus program, the program claims to be provide security and scanning features and claims to offer computer scan, internet security, personal security, proactive defense, and firewall. The fake program will also display warnings to the user such as:

“System security alert!
Unknown program is scanning your system registry right now! Identify the theft detected!”

It is best to remove Win Server Defender if it has infected the computer. If the infection in new, the user can attempt a system restore which can potentially restore the computer to a previous date as long as the virus hasn’t tampered with system restore. This will also hopefully roll back the changes the viruses has made to the system. System Restore can be one of the best methods to fix the program rather than attempting to remove it. However, Win Server Defender will need to be removed if system restore doesn’t work. The other option is to manually remove it or scan with legitimate antivirus software (details are below).

Win Server Defender can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win Server Defender along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

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Step 1: Once you double click on the installation file, Malwarebytes will allow you to choose the language in which you would like to install.

Step 2: Click “Next” in order to proceed with the installation

Step 3: If you agree with the terms of condition, click that you accept the agreement and continue

Step 4: Choose the installation location. Malwarebytes will provide a default location on the computer.

Step 5: Once installation is complete, It is recommended to update Malwarebytes before scanning so that Malwarebytes can download the latest virus definitions.

Step 6: Malwarebytes will download the latest virus definitions if you have checked the box.

Step 7: Malwarebytes will provide a notification once the update is complete.

Step 8: Perform a full scan to check the entire computer for threats including Win Server Defender.

As mentioned above, attempting a system restore is a good option. Alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to manually remove the virus. It will be easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking.

Manual Removal -

Terminate Win Server Defender Process (Click Here To Learn How)
[random].exe

Delete Win Server Defender Files (Click Here To Learn How)
C:\ProgramData\pcdfdata\[random].exe

Delete Win Server Defender Registry Entries (Click Here To Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”[random]”

Remove Win 7 Defender (Win7 Defender) Virus

Win 7 Defender is a fake computer program which is from the same virus family as XP Defender and Vista Defender. Win 7 Defender mirrors real antivirus programs in order to make the user believe that the program is real while in fact Win 7 Defender is a fake computer program. Like a real antivirus program, the program has similar features and has a design which makes the program look like it is part of Windows. The original version of their virus was Vista Antivirus 2011 which has been changed over the years to make it look more modern. Win 7 Defender will be called Vista Defender on a computer running Windows Vista and will be called XP Defender on a computer running Windows XP. Win 7 Defender will be a random lettered / numbered executable file.

It is best to remove Win 7 Defender if it has infected the computer. If the infection in new, the user can attempt a system restore which can potentially restore the computer to a previous date as long as the virus hasn’t tampered with system restore. This will also hopefully roll back the changes the viruses has made to the system. System Restore can be one of the best methods to fix the program rather than attempting to remove it. However, Win 7 Defender will need to be removed if system restore doesn’t work. The other option is to manually remove it or scan with legitimate antivirus software (details are below).

Win 7 Defender can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win 7 Defender along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

download

Step 1: Once you double click on the installation file, Malwarebytes will allow you to choose the language in which you would like to install.

Step 2: Click “Next” in order to proceed with the installation

Step 3: If you agree with the terms of condition, click that you accept the agreement and continue

Step 4: Choose the installation location. Malwarebytes will provide a default location on the computer.

Step 5: Once installation is complete, It is recommended to update Malwarebytes before scanning so that Malwarebytes can download the latest virus definitions.

Step 6: Malwarebytes will download the latest virus definitions if you have checked the box.

Step 7: Malwarebytes will provide a notification once the update is complete.

Step 8: Perform a full scan to check the entire computer for threats including Win 7 Defender.

As mentioned above, attempting a system restore is a good option. Alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to manually remove the virus. It will be easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking.

Manual Removal -

Terminate Win 7 Defender Process (Click Here To Learn How)
[random].exe

Delete Win 7 Defender Files (Click Here To Learn How)
C:\ProgramData\pcdfdata\[random].exe

Delete Win 7 Defender Registry Entries (Click Here To Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”[random]”

Remove XP Antivirus Pro 2013 (XPAntivirusPro2013) Virus

XP Antivirus Pro 2013 is a fake computer program. XP Antivirus Pro 2013 mirrors real antivirus programs in order to make the user of the infected computer believe that the program is real while in fact XP Antivirus Pro 2013 is a fake computer program. The original version of their virus was XP Antivirus 2011 which has been modified over the years. XP Antivirus Pro 2013 will be called Vista Antivirus Pro 2013 on a computer running Windows Vista and will be called Win7 Antivirus Pro 2013 on a computer running Windows 7. XP Antivirus Pro 2013 will modify the registry of the computer in order to make the computer run XP Antivirus Pro 2013 every time a program is launched. Therefore, XP Antivirus Pro 2013 will still run in safe mode even through most similar fake programs are unable to. XP Antivirus Pro 2013 will be a three letter executable file which will generally hide as a hidden system file.

It is best to remove XP Antivirus Pro 2013 if it has infected the computer. If the infection in new, the user can attempt a system restore which can potentially restore the computer to a previous date as long as the virus hasn’t tampered with system restore. This will also hopefully roll back the changes the viruses has made to the system. System Restore can be one of the best methods to fix the program rather than attempting to remove it. However, XP Antivirus Pro 2013 will need to be removed if system restore doesn’t work. The other option is to manually remove it or scan with legitimate antivirus software (details are below).

XP Antivirus Pro 2013 can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove XP Antivirus Pro 2013 along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

download

Step 1: Once you double click on the installation file, Malwarebytes will allow you to choose the language in which you would like to install.

Step 2: Click “Next” in order to proceed with the installation

Step 3: If you agree with the terms of condition, click that you accept the agreement and continue

Step 4: Choose the installation location. Malwarebytes will provide a default location on the computer.

Step 5: Once installation is complete, It is recommended to update Malwarebytes before scanning so that Malwarebytes can download the latest virus definitions.

Step 6: Malwarebytes will download the latest virus definitions if you have checked the box.

Step 7: Malwarebytes will provide a notification once the update is complete.

Step 8: Perform a full scan to check the entire computer for threats including XP Antivirus Pro 2013.

As mentioned above, attempting a system restore is a good option. Alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to manually remove the virus. It will be easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking.

Manual Removal -

Terminate XP Antivirus Pro 2013 Process (Click Here To Learn How)
[random 3 letters].exe

Delete XP Antivirus Pro 2013 Files (Click Here To Learn How)
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\[random 3 letters].exe

Delete XP Antivirus Pro 2013 Registry Entries (Click Here To Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”[random]”

Price Peep Adware Virus Removal

Price Peep provides prices for similar products when browsing the web. If you find the software to be obtrusive, it is probably best to remove Price Peer.

On their corporate website, Price Peep provides instructions on how to remove the software using the “uninstall” feature in Windows. The steps are remove Price Peep in this method include:

1. Click on the Start Menu
2. Select Control Panel and click Uninstall a program
3. Select Price Peep and click uninstall

The alternate option is to scan the computer for viruses and adware through Malwarebytes, which provides a free removal of threats on the computer. If Price Peep is classified as a threat by Malwarebytes, it will be detected.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss, please feel free to do so below.

Remove Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 (Win7 Antivirus Pro 2013) Virus

Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 is a fake computer program which models the design of the program after real antivirus programs. Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 claims to provide security for the computer but is actually a malicious program. Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 will modify the settings of the computer to automatically run the program after any program is started in the computer. Therefore, if the user closes the program, it will immediately open back up once another program is launched. Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 will be named Vista Antivirus Pro 2013 if installed on a computer running Windows Vista and will be named XP Antivirus 2013 if the computer is running Windows XP.

It is best to remove Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 if it has infected the computer. If the infection in new, the user can attempt a system restore which can potentially restore the computer to a previous date as long as the virus hasn’t tampered with system restore. This will also hopefully roll back the changes the viruses has made to the system. System Restore can be one of the best methods to fix the program rather than attempting to remove it. However, Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 will need to be removed if system restore doesn’t work. The other option is to manually remove it or scan with legitimate antivirus software (details are below).

Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 can be removed easily with Malwarebytes, which will removed the virus for FREE. While Malwarebytes does offer a paid version, the free version will allow you to remove Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 along with other computer viruses on the computer. The link below will allow you to download Malwarebytes.

download

Step 1: Once you double click on the installation file, Malwarebytes will allow you to choose the language in which you would like to install.

Step 2: Click “Next” in order to proceed with the installation

Step 3: If you agree with the terms of condition, click that you accept the agreement and continue

Step 4: Choose the installation location. Malwarebytes will provide a default location on the computer.

Step 5: Once installation is complete, It is recommended to update Malwarebytes before scanning so that Malwarebytes can download the latest virus definitions.

Step 6: Malwarebytes will download the latest virus definitions if you have checked the box.

Step 7: Malwarebytes will provide a notification once the update is complete.

Step 8: Perform a full scan to check the entire computer for threats including Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013.

As mentioned above, attempting a system restore is a good option. Alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to manually remove the virus. It will be easier to remove the virus in safe mode with networking.

Manual Removal -

Terminate Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 Process (Click Here To Learn How)
[random 3 letters].exe

Delete Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 Files (Click Here To Learn How)
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\[random 3 letters].exe

Delete Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013 Registry Entries (Click Here To Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”[random]”