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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Enhanced Protection Mode virus removal video

Enhanced Protection Mode is the fake message and real virus elaborated by the team of cyber criminals. At the present moment the malware developers are illegally using the well-known and decent names in PC and Internet security field. Hence, a few hours ago we noticed the following fake alert on one of our test computers:

Avast operates under enhanced protection mode.
This is a temporary measure necessary for immediate response to the threat from a virus!

This warning has nothing to do with Avast company, the well-known and reputable anti-virus developer. The point is that PC users at this very moment receive fake Avast, Avira, Norton AntiVirus, and ESET Smart Security Enhanced Protection Mode notifications offering them to buy the particular tool which may appear as a decent antivirus protection device. These crooks rely on the circumstance that Avast, Avira, Norton AntiVirus, and ESET Smart Security are well-known and reputable names in the IT security field, and so these criminals are hence taking the benefit of these brands, hoping to accumulate more and more money by deceitful means.

Therefore, if you are in a need to buy the decent security application, it is recommended that you go straight to the real web-page of the software developer (whichever one you choose). Do not click on links originated by such annoying popups and buy your antivirus product from sites offered by these criminals and frauds. Due to the fact that the Enhanced Protection Mode virus can cause your system to keep producing flashing notifications and may redirect you to various illegal and malicious web-pages, please be so kind to follow our recommendations stipulated below.

Enhanced Protection Mode virus removal

  • Restart your PC in Safe mode with networking. Do this by restarting your computer and hitting the F8 key after hearing your computer beep at startup. As soon as the Windows Advanced Options menu comes up, choose Safe mode with networking and then hit ENTER button.
  • Download GridinSoft Trojan Killer. Install the program, update and run the scan with it.
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  • Upon detection of viruses click Remove Selected. Reboot your computer if prompted.

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