Remove Antivirus Security Pro or put up with misleading popups on your desktop, browser, active windows…

Antivirus Security Pro shows a lot of popups. Some of these even sneak right into your browser so that as long as you get this program on your PC you may be told that the nearly any websites of common knowledge “may harm your computer”. For instance, such websites may include Google, Yahoo, MSN.
The same situation is about the files declared to be affected by viruses. In the wild, short observation over the application on a computer system where it is installed for testing purposes have reveled dozens of system and program files found infected with some obsolete viruses.
Remove Antivirus Security Pro, for anything it says to you is a whooper aimed at foisting off on you a dangerous for your PC but harmless for any virus fake antiviral solution. The question is how to do away with this horrible piece of software?
First of all, do not even consider the purchase of registration the malware wants you to buy. It is already clear the threats it refers to are intentional false positives, so there is nothing it can actually clean out of your PC; but the point is that it is neither under any circumstances going to make up its tiny cyber brain toward allowing you to clean it out of your PC, nor just stops showing its misleading popups.
On the other hand, you have probably already stumbled upon dozens of alleged Antivirus Security Pro removal solution that claim they are the best in deleting this counterfeit but fail to do so. Eventually, you are at a right spot to put an end to your cyber misery.
Manual-removal.com does not impose any paid tools on you. First of all, it recommends trying free manual below. If you find this does not meet your expectations, try automatical removal option.

Antivirus Security Pro virus screenshot
Screenshot of Antivirus Security Pro GUI (graphic user interface)

Antivirus Security Pro alert

Antivirus Security Pro warning
Screenshots of Antivirus Security Pro fake security warnings

Antivirus Security Pro malware generates the following fake alerts:

Windows Security Center: Warning! Suspicious activity detected. Virus activity detected. Attempt to change configuration files detected. Rootkit embedding attempt detected. Suitable solution found – Antivirus Security Pro”

“Unless Antivirus Security Pro is activated, some of the current critical threats will not be eliminated and your computer will remain unprotected. Are you sure you would like to precede unprotected?”

“Warning! Infected file detected. Suspicious activity detected in application setup.exe similar to behavior of the virus Win32/Conficker.X For your security and to avoid loss of data, the operation of application setup.exe has been temporary restricted. To reset the application’s full operation, you must use the full edition of Antivirus Security Pro. Recommended: You are using a limited version of Antivirus Security Pro. Please activate Antivirus Security Pro to resist all virus threats efficiently”

“Antivirus Security Pro – Threats found when scanning, to keep your computer safe, repair is required”

“Warning! the site you are attempting to view may harm your computer! You current security settings put your computer at risk! Activate Antivirus Security Pro and enable safe web surfing (recommended). Ignore warnings and visit that site is the current state (not recommended)”

“Antivirus Security Pro” – Warning! Suspicious activity detected. To keep your computer safe, the threat must be blocked”

Method 1: Using Safe Mode with Networking + antimalware to remove Antivirus Security Pro infection:

Step 1 > Please restart your PC, but do not wait for regular session to start. Instead, once anything comes to your monitor, press
F8
reputedly and frequently enough so that a screen like the one below would get loaded. This is the menu where you need to select the suggested operating mode. Arrows on you keyboard enable you to navigate through the menu and mark Safe Mode with Networking. Once this is done, activate it by pressing Enter on your keyboard.

How to switch to Safe mode?

Step 2 > Prior to initiating any procedures, the processes run by Antivirus Security Pro must be killed for good. This will prevent in from meddling into the extermination routine. Get RKill browsing to the link below so that this requirement could be satisfied.

downloadDownload RKill
Run it to stop malware processes

Set desktop in “Save as” routine. Once it is downloaded, double-click on the it in order to automatically attempt to stop any processes associated with Antivirus Security Pro and other Rogue programs. Please be patient while the program looks for various malware programs and ends them. When it has finished, the black window will automatically close and you can continue with the next Step.

rkill

If you get a message that RKill is an infection, do not be concerned. This message is just a fake warning given by Antivirus Security Pro when it terminates programs that may potentially remove it. If you run into these infections warnings that close RKill, a trick is to leave the warning on the screen and then run RKill again. By not closing the warning, this typically will allow you to bypass the malware trying to protect itself so that RKill can terminate Antivirus Security Pro. So, please try running RKill until the malware is no longer running. You will then be able to proceed with the rest of the guide. Do not reboot your computer after running RKill as the malware programs will start again. If you continue having problems running RKill, you can rename it to “Iexplorer.exe”,“chrome.exe” and then try to start.

rkill download

Step 3 > Open your browser and download TDSSKiller. Run the utility and click “Start Scan” to anti-rootkit scan.

downloadDownload TDSSKiller
Utility for removing malicious rootkits.

tdss killer kaspersky

Step 4 >Download and install SpyHunter. It has a great capability as an antivirus and complex security suite to recognize,
identify, contain and remove any and all threats, including, but not limited to, viral infections, malicious software, parasites that propagate using worm and trojan type routine, potential risks (PUP). Choosing to load and install onto your PC SpyHunter, free edition or advanced edition, ensures that you remove Antivirus Security Pro PUP referred to as infection for the purposes of this guide.

downloadDownload SpyHunter
Adaptive Spyware Detection and Removal Tool

    • NOTE: There is a risk of the infection you are about to remove interfering with the above (Rkill, TDSS Killer, SpyHunter) and probably any other installations into compromised machine. Under such circumstances, please download the content specified herein into removable memory at a PC void of the infection. Upon completing this step, attach the removable media (USB, external drive, CD/DVD) to affected machine so that you could install the solution despite the tricks.
    • OR follow these instructions:
      1. Click Start->Run
      2. Enter “http://manual-removal.com/av-security-pro-remover” and press ‘Enter’.
      3. Press ‘Continue unprotected’
      4. Save the file on your desktop.
      5. Rename the .exe from xxx.exe to antivir.com and run it.
      6. Now you have to remove Antivirus Security Pro files that will be detected by a program.

       

Method 2: Removing Antivirus Security Pro using the debugged activation key \ unlock code:

Step 1 >Use the debugged keys listed below to register this infection and stop the fake security alerts.

AF03E-A1B69411-5E496BEE-92A70D00-1AD697F6

After you active the rogueware, you are able to access the Internet and download anti-virus or anti-malware program to kill the Antivirus Security Pro.

Step 2 > Download, install the automatic remover – SpyHunter to scan out and remove the residing files of the infection.

downloadDownload Antivirus Security Pro Removal Tool
Spyhunter – the Ultimate Malware and Spyware Protection

Method 3: Antivirus Security Pro Manual removal:

Important! Experienced users only!

Step 1> Locate, stop and delete the following processes and files:

    • %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\DD1
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\WaDprnV7.exe
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\WaDprnV7.exe.manifest
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\WaDprnV7.ico
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\WaDprnV7kassgxDq.in
      %CommonAppData%\WaDprnV7\WaDprnV7kassgxDq.lg

To find [random].exe malicious process Right click on “Antivirus Security Pro” icon >Properties:

You can locate process file in “Target” field:

Antivirus Security Pro link

File Location details:

%Desktop% means that the file is on your desktop: C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\<Current User>\Desktop\ for Windows 2000/XP, and C:\Users\<Current User>\Desktop\ for Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

%AppData% refers to the current Application Data directory. By default, this is C:\Documents and Settings\<Current User>\Application Data for Windows 2000/XP. For Windows Vista and Windows 7 it is C:\Users\<Current User>\AppData\Roaming.

%StartMenu% refers to the Windows Start Menu. For Windows 95/98/ME it refers to C:\windows\start menu\, for Windows XP, Vista, NT, 2000 and 2003 it refers to C:\Documents and Settings\<Current User>\Start Menu\, and for Windows Vista/7/8 it is C:\Users\<Current User>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu.

Step 2> Remove or change the following registry entries, using “Start>Run> print “regedit” command:

    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “WaDprnV7″ = “%AppData%\<random>\<random>.exe”
      HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\featurecontrol\FEATURE_BROWSER_EMULATION “svchost.exe”
      HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “enablehttp1_1″ = ’1′
      HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce “”

Step 3> Download reliable anti-malware solution to remove other malicious files and potentially unwanted applications:

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Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

  • DeMarie Ingraham

    I have the antivirus security pro now infecting my computer. ackkkkk
    This sucker is now smart enough so that when I try to start it in safe mode, it automatically logs off and restarts in normal mode. Any suggestions?