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Danger level 9
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer
Other mutations known as:
SecurityEssentials2011 SecurityEssentials 2011 Security Essentials2011

Security Essentials 2011

Do developers of rogue security software never get tired? That’s the question I seem to ask myself a lot these days, especially as we are heralded by the arrival of Security Essentials 2011, yet another rogue antispyware application emanating from the Security Essentials 2010 family. What I mean by my question is, do the developers of these rogues think we as consumers are utterly gullible and completely dim-witted? That might not have been the case if consumers did not continue falling for scams such as Security Essentials 2011 and the like.

Making use of clever marketing strategies and blatant scare tactics to successfully tout its worthless software, the determination behind the developers of Security Essentials 2011 should not be underestimated. They will use fake security notifications, take control of your system and break down all inherent security features of your PC in an effort to extort you out of your money. Some of these notifications will read as follows:

“System warning!
Continue working in unprotected mode is very dangerous. Viruses can damage your confidential data and work on your computer. Click here to protect your computer.”

And

“Critical Warning!
Critical System Warning! Your system is probably infected with a version of Trojan-Spy.HTML.Visafraud.a. This may result in website access passwords being stolen from Interner Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Outlook etc. Click Yes to scan and remove threats. (recommended)”

It seems obvious to me that developers of rogue security tools such as Security Essentials 2011 would not continue with their efforts if they did not achieve sufficient success. It is up to consumers to protect their systems against threats like these. If you suspect your system of being compromised by this harmful rogue, take the appropriate action to permanently eliminate Security Essentials 2011 from your system. Do not attempt to manually remove Security Essentials 2011 if you are an inexperienced PC user as you may end up doing more damage than good. Make use of the removal power of a potent security tool to obliterate Security Essentials 2011 for good.

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How to manually remove Security Essentials 2011

Files associated with Security Essentials 2011 infection:

mgking.exe
94281.exe
Vp1.exe
Svchost.exe
6to4v32.dll
sed.dll
i01g5vn.exe
configuration.exe
DarkCoderSc.exe
sesnaestbre.exe
bbizd.exe
rundll2.exe
shell.exe
oops.exe
setup397121.exe
RYSo40.dll
pkrinstall.exe
wrhh.exe
kill.exe
sedvsvc.dll
lw40881.dll
portwexexe.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Security Essentials 2011
83884.exe
GameMon.des
lrphyuiu.exe
hrm.dll
ugsoacgsco.exe
il34219.dll
169073.exe
processxit.cpl
1980582322.exe
1515039496.exe
swrac.exe
alg.exe
Third_Party_Install.exe
win32sys.exe
0213702305.exe
explorer.exe
csrss.exe
Driver.exe
pqbpqoeq.dll
qv28188.dll
fxtwmbmvpi.exe
u32.exe
72236083.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Security Essentials 2011
k2v8E7evJyT.exe
apiqq.exe
inlaprvp.dll
packupdate107_302[1].exe
dwm.exe
mvbapp.exe
installer_MSN_Messenger__English__7_5.exe
hrm.sys
SM749_302.exe
ope305.exe
wrhh.exe
wins.exe
win32sys.exe
Vp1.exe
umdmgr.exe
ugsoacgsco.exe
udh.dll
u32.exe
Third_Party_Install.exe
swrac.exe
Svchost.exe
SM749_302.exe
shell.exe
setup397121.exe
Setup.exe
sesnaestbre.exe
sedvsvc.dll
sed.dll
RYSo40.dll
rundll2.exe
qv28188.dll
processxit.cpl
pqbpqoeq.dll
portwexexe.exe
pkrinstall.exe
packupdate107_302[1].exe
Ort.exe
oops.exe
Ntd.exe
nbgf.exe
mvbapp.exe
mgking.exe
lw40881.dll
lrphyuiu.exe
kroover.exe
kill.exe
k2v8E7evJyT.exe
javahelper.exe
ISOIEAddOn.dll
installer_MSN_Messenger__English__7_5.exe
inlaprvp.dll
il34219.dll
i01g5vn.exe
hrm.sys
hrm.dll
hotfix.exe
HBLiteSA.exe
GameMon.des
fxtwmbmvpi.exe
explorer.exe
dwm.exe
Driver.exe
DarkCoderSc.exe
csrss.exe
configuration.exe
cfdrive32.exe
catdll.dll
bbizd.exe
apiqq.exe
alg.exe
94281.exe
83884.exe
72236083.exe
6to4v32.dll
1980582322.exe
169073.exe
1515039496.exe
102000.exe
0213702305.exe
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Security Essentials 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%\Desktop\Security Essentials 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%\Application Data\Security Essentials 2011\sejgdls\semblgbls.cfg
%UserProfile%\Application Data\Security Essentials 2011\sejgdls\
%UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Security Essentials 2011.lnk
SE2010.exe
kroover.exe
catdll.dll
umdmgr.exe
ope305.exe
102000.exe
hotfix.exe
Ntd.exe
Ort.exe
ISOIEAddOn.dll
cfdrive32.exe
%APPDATA%\Security Essentials 2011
HBLiteSA.exe
SE2010.exe
Setup.exe
nbgf.exe
udh.dll
javahelper.exe
wins.exe

Security Essentials 2011 DLL's to remove:

RYSo40.dll
sedvsvc.dll
ISOIEAddOn.dll
lw40881.dll
qv28188.dll
6to4v32.dll
hrm.dll
udh.dll
sedvsvc.dll
sed.dll
RYSo40.dll
qv28188.dll
pqbpqoeq.dll
lw40881.dll
ISOIEAddOn.dll
inlaprvp.dll
il34219.dll
hrm.dll
catdll.dll
6to4v32.dll
il34219.dll
inlaprvp.dll
sed.dll
pqbpqoeq.dll
catdll.dll
udh.dll

Security Essentials 2011 processes to kill:

SM749_302.exe
dwm.exe
Ort.exe
win32sys.exe
wrhh.exe
0213702305.exe
hotfix.exe
Third_Party_Install.exe
Driver.exe
DarkCoderSc.exe
Vp1.exe
kroover.exe
explorer.exe
Ntd.exe
javahelper.exe
packupdate107_302[1].exe
installer_MSN_Messenger__English__7_5.exe
wins.exe
94281.exe
fxtwmbmvpi.exe
csrss.exe
sesnaestbre.exe
nbgf.exe
configuration.exe
umdmgr.exe
Svchost.exe
SE2010.exe
alg.exe
HBLiteSA.exe
83884.exe
setup397121.exe
mgking.exe
ugsoacgsco.exe
72236083.exe
mvbapp.exe
ope305.exe
wrhh.exe
wins.exe
win32sys.exe
Vp1.exe
umdmgr.exe
ugsoacgsco.exe
u32.exe
Third_Party_Install.exe
swrac.exe
Svchost.exe
SM749_302.exe
shell.exe
setup397121.exe
Setup.exe
sesnaestbre.exe
rundll2.exe
portwexexe.exe
pkrinstall.exe
packupdate107_302[1].exe
Ort.exe
oops.exe
Ntd.exe
nbgf.exe
mvbapp.exe
mgking.exe
lrphyuiu.exe
kroover.exe
kill.exe
k2v8E7evJyT.exe
javahelper.exe
installer_MSN_Messenger__English__7_5.exe
i01g5vn.exe
hotfix.exe
HBLiteSA.exe
fxtwmbmvpi.exe
explorer.exe
dwm.exe
Driver.exe
DarkCoderSc.exe
csrss.exe
configuration.exe
cfdrive32.exe
bbizd.exe
apiqq.exe
alg.exe
94281.exe
83884.exe
72236083.exe
1980582322.exe
169073.exe
1515039496.exe
102000.exe
0213702305.exe
SE2010.exe
rundll2.exe
169073.exe
i01g5vn.exe
1515039496.exe
portwexexe.exe
lrphyuiu.exe
1980582322.exe
pkrinstall.exe
u32.exe
oops.exe
ope305.exe
k2v8E7evJyT.exe
bbizd.exe
swrac.exe
cfdrive32.exe
apiqq.exe
102000.exe
kill.exe
Setup.exe
shell.exe

Remove Security Essentials 2011 registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SE2010
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{3F2BBC05-40DF-11D2-9455-00104BC936FF}
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SE2010.DocHostUIHandler
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "updatesst"
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon "Shell" = "%UserProfile%\Application Data\Security Essentials 2011\SE2010.exe"
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Comments

  1. Joaki Nov 5, 2010

    The System Not is Operatived, because not kill virus

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