Remove/ Uninstall Windows AntiBreach Patrol Fake Antivirus Totally

Posted by John Larkin - March 26, 2014

The system accidentally caught Windows AntiBreach Patrol fake antivirus? Frequently receive security alerts? Cannot access security software related web pages? Read this page to follow professional instructions to solve the problem permanently.

Description of Windows AntiBreach Patrol Virus:

Windows AntiBreach Patrol is totally fake antivirus software which is created by cyber criminals to swindle money out of PC users. It can get in to your PC secretly and cheat PC users. Once the rogue program gets into your system, it may give you some fake warnings. The warnings may tell you that your PC has been infected with various viruses. Or sometimes Windows AntiBreach Patrol malware may use a fake scanner to scan your whole system. You cannot stop the fake scanner once it starts. Then it will show you much information about viruses and advise you to buy its products to eliminate the malicious infections.

Besides, the rogue program Windows AntiBreach Patrol can block legal applications so that you cannot run your antivirus programs. Its goal is to force you to buy its products. Please remember that Windows AntiBreach Patrol is a fake antivirus tool, and cannot run like a real program. What is worse, the rogue program is harmful to your PC as it may bring harmful redirect virus, Win32/rovnix.gen!B Trojan virus and Windows Defence Master rogueware. In short, this antivirus software is regarded as a dangerous virus. You should eliminate it completely if you find it. This following post will do you a favor to completely get rid of Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus.

Screenshot of Windows AntiBreach Patrol Virus:

Troubles Caused by Windows AntiBreach Patrol Virus:

Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus attacks random system especially those with system vulnerability
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus starts to make changes to important system settings and files
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus may insert many harmful codes to the system registry
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus pretends to scan the system and displays numerous fake warnings
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus will threaten the victim into buying unreal antivirus softtware
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus would download additional risky viruses like adware, redirect viruses and spyware
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus takes record of keystrokes and gathers personal information
Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus decreases the whole PC performance and even causes random system crash

As is described above, we should be aware that the earlier we remove Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus, the better it will be. Hence, we post detailed manual removal guide below. If you are not familiar with the computer, please take every step carefully.

Instructions to Remove Windows AntiBreach Patrol Virus:

Step 1: Show hidden files. Click Start Menu > Control Panel > Folder Option, and tick “Show hidden files and folders” and uncheck “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)”. Press OK.

Step 2: Restart the computer in Safe Mode with Networking. Press F8 before the startup screen appears till the options appear. Use arrow keys to select it.

Step 3: End suspicious processes of Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus. Hit Ctrl+Alt+Delete together to run Task Manager. Click Process tab, click on unfamiliar processes and click End process.

Step 4: Delete registry files of Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus. Press Win+R to launch Run, enter “regedit”, you’ll see the Registry Editor. Then find and remove suspicious files in various directories.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\[RANDOM CHARACTERS].exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\ Windows AntiBreach Patrol

Step 5: Search and remove inserted files of Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus.

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\ Windows AntiBreach Patrol \Help.lnk

You should know that manual removal of Windows AntiBreach Patrol virus needs certain level of computer skills. Any mistake can lead to additional computer troubles. If you are afraid of making unexpected errors, contact Doofix online experts who will be 24/7 available to help you fix your problems.

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