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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application

AnyProtect

If you have spotted AnyProtect on your system, you should definitely consider whether you want to keep it on the system because it is nothing more than just a potentially unwanted application. You might have downloaded this program from its official website anyprotect.com or it might have entered your system bundled with such software as VuuPC and Vopackege. The program itself seems as a very useful application because it promises to secure your data even while your computer is in use. As it is not a very serious threat, it is not obligatory to erase it from the system; however, it is advisable to delete AnyProtect if you have not found it useful. You should definitely not let this program reside on your system if you are not going to use it because it might do plenty of suspicious activities behind your back, for instance, connect to the internet without your permission.

Even though the program seems very useful, it has been found out that it is not going to do anything beneficial for you unless you buy the license. The license for 1 computer costs $59.99; however, if you decide to install AnyProtect onto 20 PCs, you will have to pay $299.99 per year. As there is plenty of other much more reliable applications for a similar price out there, you should carefully think whether you really want to buy this license. Keep in mind that you will reveal your credit card details to ClickMeIn Limited, which is the publisher of AnyProtect, as well. Actually, this company cannot be trusted 100%, which is why we suggest that you invest in another more reliable product.

If you feel that AnyProtect has appeared on your system out of nowhere, it is very likely that it has entered bundled with other applications. In order not to prevent unwanted software from entering the system in the future, you should make sure that you always select Custom/Advanced installation option during the installation of new programs. What is more, you should never download software from doubtful websites because you will never know whether these applications are not modified by cyber criminals. You should also not forget to acquire a reliable antimalware tool because it will definitely block the way for a number of malware.

The presence of AnyProtect means that there is no security tool installed on your system or it is ineffective. However, do not worry too much because we are ready to help you. Please find the removal instructions below the article and let them guide you. Of course, you can acquire a reliable security tool, for instance, SpyHunter and scan your system with it as well. You will just have to click a single button after the scan is complete and all the threats will be gone.

How to remove AnyProtect

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Find the application that you wish to remove.
  5. Select it and then click the Remove button.

Windows 7 and Vista

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Locate Control Panel and select it.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click on AnyProtect and then click the Uninstall button.

Windows 8

  1. Tap the Windows key.
  2. Start typing Control Panel and then select it.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Find the program that needs to be removed on the list.
  5. Select it and then click the Uninstall button.
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How to manually remove AnyProtect

Files associated with AnyProtect infection:

OpenAccess.exe
AnyProtectScannerSetup.exe
AnyProtectTrayIcon.exe
uninstall.exe
AnyProtectScanner.exe
AnyProtect.exe
AnyProtectTray.exe

AnyProtect processes to kill:

AnyProtectScannerSetup.exe
AnyProtectTray.exe
AnyProtect.exe
AnyProtectTrayIcon.exe
OpenAccess.exe
AnyProtectScanner.exe
uninstall.exe
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