- Changes background
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Blocks internet connection
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
ProtectSoldier, which may be referred to as Protect Soldier, is the latest in scams! Pretending to be a spyware remover, this application has one primary objective: to scare its victims into purchasing its licensed version. When installed and fully functional, this nefarious tool, ProtectSoldier, will disguise itself and imitate Windows Security Center, whilst displaying innumerous amounts of highly irritating pop-up messages.
The devious application may be presented in four languages – English, German, French and Italian, and inside one’s system can ensure blocked Internet connection, removed access to Task Manager and Registry Editor, slower PC’s performance, and similar symptoms. All dysfunctions are supposed to aggravate ProtectSoldier removal; however, there are some tricks, which you can use to delete this obnoxious application, which might cost much more than $49.95, a set price for its full malware removal program’s version. The fictitious antispyware is bound to present a bogus computer scanner reporting fake infections, and simulated Task Bar notifications will seem to support this idea:
If you try to navigate around ProtectSoldier’s interface, you will be greeted by such controls as Scan, Quarantine, Report, Tasks and Realtime protection. If you select each one of them, information declared will continue pushing you to delete bogus malware with a completely useless licensed malware removal tool’s version. What is more, ProtectSoldier tends to use affiliated backdoor Trojans, usually Trojan Vundo or Zlob, in order to ensure hidden penetration into the targeted machine is successful. Once inside the designated system, ProtectSoldier will obscurely creates hundreds of fake malware entities in the infiltrated system. Once this is done, ProtectSoldier will then “detect” these dummy files and ensure the unsuspecting user, you, think it’s high time you removed all the reported malware. Don’t fall for this scam! Instead – one is encouraged to delete ProtectSoldier as soon as it has been detected within a computer system.
How to manually remove ProtectSoldier
Files associated with ProtectSoldier infection:
ProtectSoldier processes to kill:
Remove ProtectSoldier registry entries: