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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission

Mstechsupport.info

Mstechsupport.info is an adware server that might be used for delivering misleading advertisements. According to our researchers, this adware server could be employed by almost any unreliable ad-supported program, which means that you are most likely to encounter Mstechsupport.info ads if malicious adware is active on your operating system. Needless to say, you must delete all malicious ad-supported programs if you want to remove Mstechsupport.info-related advertisements. You can learn how to do that by reading this report.

It was found that Mstechsupport.info usually presents security warnings instead of regular ads. The security warnings associated with this adware server are extremely irritating, because they can lock your browser. A fictitious Mstechsupport.info warning pops up suggesting that your operating system is infected with malware that requires urgent removal. Simultaneously, the browser is locked so that you cannot ignore the fake warning. As stated previously, you need to delete Mstechsupport.info warnings/ads, not pay attention to the messages they deliver. Here is an example.

IMPORTANT: You may have spyware/adware
Your personal data could be at risk. It is not advised to continue using this computer without making sure you are protected

1-844-271-9080 and 1-855-376-4628 are just a couple of numbers that you might be provided via the Mstechsupport.info ads. Whatever you do, do NOT call these numbers, because you might be charged huge fees. Unfortunately, some users are intimidated by the lockdown of their browsers and the suggestion that they need to delete malicious programs. If you call the numbers provided by Mstechsupport.info, you might lose your money, and you could be tricked into downloading fictitious malware removal software. If you have installed software of this kind already, you must remove it ASAP.

Mstechsupport.info hosts misleading ads and fictitious security warnings to generate profit, and it is difficult to predict what kind of content might be introduced to users. This is the main reason why you should never trust unfamiliar programs and unfamiliar online advertising. Even though there are tons of legitimate advertising platforms, there are plenty that schemers can use to open up security backdoors, and Mstechsupport.info is one of them. So, how can you remove Mstechsupport.info ads?

Our malware researchers have found that it is enough to terminate the processes representing your browsers to remove the browser-locking warnings and ads. Unfortunately, it is impossible to say when other ads will show up. Therefore, as soon as you terminate your browsers, you need to delete Mstechsupport.info-related adware from your operating system. Note that in some cases these ads are related to the sites you visit, but you will not know this unless you scan your operating system to learn if you need to delete adware. We suggest using automatic malware removal software to delete it.

Remove Mstechsupport.info ads

  1. Simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+Esc (or Ctrl+Alt+Del) to open the Task Manager.
  2. Click the Processes tab and select the browser corrupted by the Mstechsupport.info ad.
  3. Click End Task and restart your browser.

Remove undesirable programs

Remove from Windows 8.1 or Windows 8

  1. Launch RUN (Win+R), enter Control Panel, and move to Uninstall a program.
  2. Right-click the application you wish to delete from your PC and choose Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

  1. Click the Windows/Start button on the Taskbar and open the Control Panel menu.
  2. Move to Uninstall a program, select the program you wish to delete, and click Uninstall.

Remove from Windows XP

  1. Click Start on the Taskbar, select Control Panel, and go to Add or Remove Programs.
  2. In the Change or Remove Programs menu select and Remove the undesirable application.
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How to manually remove Mstechsupport.info

Files associated with Mstechsupport.info infection:

safebrowser.exe
NTS.exe
psupport.dll
Assistant_x64.dll
VirusRemover.exe
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\pgafcinpmmpklohkojmllohdhomoefph
dnkt.exe
openinst.exe
kometaup.exe
PCProtect.exe
uninstall_Winservices.exe
usetting.exe
systerm32.exe
bi_client.exe
optimizer.exe
ContentHost.dll
contentagent.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\BrowserProtect
yContentFilterService.exe
ProtectWindowsManager.exe
MAJTuto.exe
CompTmp.exe
litefile.bin
ALiBaBar.dll
Toast.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Anti-phishing Domain Advisor
R003.exe
safetynut.exe
%AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\BrowserProtect
toolserv.exe
AdbFlashIA2.exe
PCProtect.dll
update.exe
playsetup.exe
BDL.dll
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Browser Manager
wirtual.exe
ReminderFoxUpdater.exe
mngr.exe
IEError.exe
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
Seventh.exe
update1.dll
webmakerplus.exe
smp2.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\BrowserProtect
flashEnhancer.dll
SafeUpdater.exe
%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
Sixth.exe
SyncPulseManager.exe
chrome-links.exe
DFService.exe
LiveUpdate.exe
Client.exe
timetasks.exe
TorrentStat.exe
VideoUsage.exe
Updater.exe
Win_Updater.exe
lsdprn.exe
dlprotect.exe
stprss.exe
BitGuard.exe
wabEventSupport16.dll
GoogleUpdate.exe
VideoEklenti.exe
MSLSService.exe
brfilterdrv.sys
20dollars2surf.exe
ProtectExtension.exe
uninstaller.exe
Bind.exe
host.exe
applications.exe
monitorsvc.exe
PlusMo.exe
wprotectmanager.exe
winclient32.exe
NCdownloader.exe
RGMUpdater.exe
inspasio.exe
AutoUpdater.exe
DeltaFix.dll
regCheck.vbs
%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\pgafcinpmmpklohkojmllohdhomoefph
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Browser Manager
clteyghuwphSystem.exe
plura_autorun.exe
Downloader.dll
OptimizerMonitor.exe
%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\????????????????
ieplug.dll
TimeTasksSetup.exe
BrowserProtect.exe
sv.exe
DocUnzipUpdt.exe
compatibilitychecksvc.exe
upr.exe
UpdateTask.exe
WombatUpdater.exe
ScreenCapture.exe
Autoload.exe
lmservice.exe
browsemngr.exe
UpdateService.exe
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Anti-phishing Domain Advisor
ScriptHost.dll
windhcpclient.exe
openinstall.exe
PackerV2.exe
fiber.js

Mstechsupport.info DLL's to remove:

flashEnhancer.dll
DeltaFix.dll
Downloader.dll
ContentHost.dll
Assistant_x64.dll
update1.dll
wabEventSupport16.dll
PCProtect.dll
psupport.dll
ALiBaBar.dll
ScriptHost.dll
ieplug.dll
BDL.dll

Mstechsupport.info processes to kill:

WombatUpdater.exe
20dollars2surf.exe
inspasio.exe
IEError.exe
PCProtect.exe
wirtual.exe
lmservice.exe
wprotectmanager.exe
MSLSService.exe
compatibilitychecksvc.exe
LiveUpdate.exe
dnkt.exe
VirusRemover.exe
dlprotect.exe
Autoload.exe
Client.exe
ProtectExtension.exe
Toast.exe
webmakerplus.exe
Updater.exe
NTS.exe
clteyghuwphSystem.exe
GoogleUpdate.exe
usetting.exe
Seventh.exe
contentagent.exe
applications.exe
safebrowser.exe
mngr.exe
BitGuard.exe
RGMUpdater.exe
VideoEklenti.exe
windhcpclient.exe
R003.exe
UpdateTask.exe
DocUnzipUpdt.exe
uninstall_Winservices.exe
ProtectWindowsManager.exe
TimeTasksSetup.exe
uninstaller.exe
PlusMo.exe
upr.exe
optimizer.exe
stprss.exe
NCdownloader.exe
winclient32.exe
BrowserProtect.exe
AutoUpdater.exe
browsemngr.exe
smp2.exe
chrome-links.exe
TorrentStat.exe
AdbFlashIA2.exe
systerm32.exe
Sixth.exe
CompTmp.exe
kometaup.exe
MAJTuto.exe
Bind.exe
safetynut.exe
sv.exe
PackerV2.exe
ReminderFoxUpdater.exe
OptimizerMonitor.exe
DFService.exe
Win_Updater.exe
SyncPulseManager.exe
VideoUsage.exe
monitorsvc.exe
openinstall.exe
timetasks.exe
lsdprn.exe
plura_autorun.exe
update.exe
ScreenCapture.exe
openinst.exe
toolserv.exe
bi_client.exe
SafeUpdater.exe
playsetup.exe
UpdateService.exe
host.exe
yContentFilterService.exe
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