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Danger level 9
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer

Your Protection

Your Protection is a rogue antispyware application. Also referred to as YourProtection, this application should be removed ASAP! Your Protection comes from the same rogueware family as User Protection, Dr. Guard, Paladin Antivirus. As is quite common with these type rogue programs, Your Protection enters into a computer system via Trojan infections, spam emails and through its affiliated websites.

What Your Protection does is it creates a vast amount of fake pop-up alert messages, combined with fake security system scans – all of which are utilized to ensure the user is coerced into thinking their system is infected terribly – and the only solution is to purchase the full version of Your Protection. This is not fact! Do not fall for this tactic of persuasion, as Your Protection will only cause damage to any system it has infiltrated. Should you suspect your system is infected with Your Protection, remove it ASAP!

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How to manually remove Your Protection

Files associated with Your Protection infection:

urphook.dll
%ProgramFiles%\Your Protection
qonmnk.dll
Your Protection Support.lnk
urpext.dll
Your Protection.lnk
mplay32xe.exe
urpprot.exe
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Your Protection

Your Protection DLL's to remove:

qonmnk.dll
urpext.dll
urphook.dll

Your Protection processes to kill:

mplay32xe.exe
urpprot.exe

Remove Your Protection registry entries:

mplay32xe.exe
Your Protection
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Comments

  1. Ticked Off Apr 7, 2010

    You people suck! You are just about as bad as whoever wrote this thing in the first place.

    You use deceptive advertising practices to lure people to your page with fake tags like "How to manually remove Your Protection" and offer up the "detection" as a free download with fine print about having to buy the software for it to do any good.

    Well pardon my french, but ***** and the horse you rode in on!

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