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    Default Clean Malicious Programs, Files and Registry Entries with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware - Step 10


    Step 10: Clean Malicious Programs, Files and Registry Entries with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.



    1. Click the link below, to download and install Malwarebytes Premium one of the most reliable FREE anti malware programs today in order to clean your computer from remaining malicious threats. If you want to stay constantly protected from viruses and malware threats, existing and future ones, we recommend to buy the Malwarebytes Premium.

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      * Note: After the 14-day trial period, Malwarebytes reverts to a free version but without real-time protection for ransomware, viruses or malware programs.




    2. When the download is completed, double click at the downloaded file, to install Malwarebytes Premium.

    3. At the installation screens, choose your preferred language, and just press the Next button in all installation screens, to install the product.




    4. When the installation is completed, click Finish.





    How to Scan & Clean your computer with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 3.0.


    1. Launch Malwarebytes Premium Trial and wait until the program updates its antivirus database.

    2. When the update process is completed, press the Scan Now button to start scanning your system for malware and unwanted programs.




    3. Now wait until Malwarebytes finishes scanning your computer for malware.




    4. When the scan has completed, select all detected malware infections (if found) and then press the Quarantine Selected button to remove all threats from your computer.




    5. Wait until Malwarebytes removes all infections from your system and then restart your computer (if required from the program) to completely remove all active threats.






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    Default Remove Temporary Internet files and Invalid Registry entries with CCleaner - Step 11


    Step 11: Remove Temporary Internet files and Invalid Registry entries with CCleaner



    1. 1. Run the CCleaner program again.

    2. At the main screen (Cleaner) press the Run Cleaner button to remove all the Temporary Internet files, history, cookies, etc.




    3. When done, click Registry on the left and then click Scan for issues.




    4. When the scan is completed, press the Fix selected issues button, to remove all the invalid registry entries.


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    5. When done, close CCleaner and Restart your computer.

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    Default Scan and Remove Viruses with your Antivirus Program - Step 12


    Step 12. Scan and Remove Viruses with your Antivirus Program.


    After restart, open your Antivirus program and perform a full scan for viruses on your computer. *

    * Suggestion: Before scanning your system with your antivirus program, download and run the ESET Online Scanner utility, a power Standalone Virus Removal tool, to clean your computer from threats. { At the "Computer Scan Settings" options select "Enable detection of potentially unwanted applications" and in Advanced settings check all available boxes. (Remove found threats, Scan Archives, Scan for potentially unsafe applications & Enable Anti-Stealth technology). Then press Start to scan and clean your computer}.


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    Default Delete infected Windows Restore Points - Step 13


    Step 13: Delete infected Windows Restore Points.


    After performing the above instructions, check if your computer is working smoothly and then proceed and remove all the previous system restore points from your computer, because they still contain malware that can harm your computer in the future. So proceed and…


    1. Disable the 'System Restore' feature on the disk C:\ in order to remove the infected System Restore points.
    2. Then proceed and re-enable the 'System Restore' feature for safety and security reasons.



    How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7, 8, or 10


    Windows’ System Restore feature will make sure that software installations, drivers, and other updates can be rolled back. The only price to this feature is some disk usage. If you want to disable System Restore, which is a bad idea, it’s really pretty simple.

    Just to make sure you understand: Software has bugs. Things crash sometimes. Disabling System Restore will keep you from rolling back changes. It is not a good idea to disable it.

    Click the Start button, type “restore,” and then click “Create a restore point.” Don’t worry. This doesn’t actually create a restore point; it just opens the dialog where you can get to all the System Restore options.





    Click the Configure button below the list of drives:



    Now simply click the radio button to disable System Protection. (Note again that this is probably a bad idea).



    That should be all you need to do. Now you’ve got system restore disabled. Living on the edge, eh?

    The system restore feature exists in Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 operating systems. This feature ensures that program installations and updates can be rolled back in the case that something goes wrong. The system restore feature must be enabled to ensure proper prevention in a case of installation failures, but in some cases, like in a virus infection, this feature must be disabled to prevent possible re-infection and must be re-enabled after virus cleaning.

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