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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
  • Block exe files from running
Infection Video Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013

Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013

Is Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 antispyware offering you to delete all of the malignant applications from your operating Windows system? Well, do not trust this vile program with your personal details or your money, because schemers will surely use this for personal gain, potentially highly disadvantageous to your own privacy. Once this rogue antispyware gets inside your system, it might be extremely difficult to have all of this infection’s components deleted. Nonetheless, you have to remove Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013, or cyber criminals behind this tool will make sure to breach your privacy, infect your system with more malware, and trick you into purchasing malware removal tool’s license.

The reason why you should not even think about spending your money on the rogue’s full version is because this tool is not capable of malware removal, and all infections detected by rogue’s computer scanner do not even exist. Of course, there is a great chance that Trojans and worms could invade your system; however, this fictitious scanner will not report them. And if you think that you can trust Task Bar notifications during this infection’s attack, you are very wrong, as schemers will hijack the registry, enabling their own misleading alerts to pop-up on your screen.

Since the rogue is so fictitious and devious, you should delete Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 right away, and there is no quicker way to do it than using automatic removal applications. A few Windows users, who have previous experience, could remove Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 manually; however, even if you choose this option, you should think about acquiring legitimate security tools, as only automated security software will be able to delete infections and protect your PC.

Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 offers a full version of the program and a lifetime protection for $95.57. It presents itself as a real program developed by the Microsoft, and thus it manages to trick hundreds of users into buying the license. However, it is obvious that Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 cannot live up to its promises. It says that it will remove such "viruses" as Trojan-Dropper:OSX/Revir.B or Backdoor:W32/Zxshell.A, but the truth is that these threats do not exist in your system.

The only thing Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 wants is your money, and thus we highly recommend that you remove Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 with our security tool. Unfortunately, the rogue has an ability to block executable file and so the antimalware executable file might also be blocked. Nevertheless, it is possible bypass this renaming the file. Follow the instructions below to terminate Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013:

1. Open your Internet browser.
2. Go to http://www.pcthreat.com/download-sph to download SpyHunter.
3. Open any folder, press Alt if you cannot see the Menu bar and click on Tools.
4. Select Folder Options and click View tab.
5. Uncheck the box that says "Hide extensions for known file types".
6. Click OK to save changes and exit the menu.
7. Rename the downloaded file extension from "spyhunter-installer.exe" to "spyhunter-installer.com".
8. Install the program and remove the rogue.

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How to manually remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013

Files associated with Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 infection:

O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [WindowsSecurity] "[Download Path]\[Random].exe"

Remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "WindowsSecurity" = "[Download Path]\[Random].exe" -a "%1" %*.exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\exefile\shell\open\command "(Default)" = "[Download Path]\[Random].exe" -a "%1" %*
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe\shell\open\command "(Default)" = "[Download Path]\[Random].exe" -a "%1" %*
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "WindowsSecurity" = "[Download Path]\[Random].exe" -a "%1" %*.exe
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe\shell\open\command "(Default)" = "[Download Path]\[Random].exe" -a "%1" %*
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