Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Microsoft Security Essentials ENHANCED PROTECTION MODE

"Microsoft Security Essentials ENHANCED PROTECTION MODE" is a fake security alert which clearly indicates that your computer is infected with malicious software. It's designed to trick you into thinking that your computer is protected against malicious software. Microsoft Security Essentials doesn't have such protection mode, so this security alert is obviously fake and hides the presence of the malware in the system. If you've got this fake security alert then your computer is infected by a Trojan Horse.

Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials operates under enhanced
protection mode.
This is temporary measure
necessary for immediate response to
the threat from virus.
No action is required from you.
The Trojan horse displays this fake Microsoft Security Essentials update notification too.

In order to remove the Trojan that causes the fake Microsoft Security Essentials ENHANCED PROTECTION MODE alert, please scan your computer with legitimate anti-malware applications listed below. You can read more about this infection here: Avast ENHANCED PROTECTION MODE. Good luck and be safe online!

Download free anti-malware software from the list below and run a full system scan.
NOTE: in some cases the rogue program may block anti-malware software. Before saving the selected program onto your computer, you may have to rename the installer to iexplore.exe or winlogon.exe With all of these tools, if running Windows 7 or Vista they MUST be run as administrator. Launch the program and follow the prompts. Don't forget to update the installed program before scanning.

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