How To Remove Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus – Virus Removal



Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus is a 100% fake antivirus program infecting Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. If you are seeing the red Avast Enhanced Protection Mode window then you are infected with an extremely malicious malware virus. The window and taskbar icon generated by this virus is not from Avast whatsoever. The virus knows that you are running an Avast program and takes over your computer.


This virus appears to be infecting some computer users through a fake Adobe Flash update. It is highly recommended that you do not update Adobe Flash unless the update is coming directly from Adobe. You must be extremely careful what you download. Please note that there may be other ways in which this virus is spreading and not just through fake Adobe Flash updates.


These viruses are extremely smart. They recognize the antivirus software you are using, in this case Avast, and will mask itself so that you do not feel that your computer is infected. This is so you will still feel comfortable that your virus protection still exists.


When windows launches you will see a beige window stating that you are protected. It will show that the “release date of the databases” matches the exact date and time you logged in. This is another deceptive tactic aimed at reassuring you that everything is ok with your computer.

Fake Database Update Window

Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus Fake Database Update Screenshot



If you click on the fake taskbar icon a red window will appear stating: “Attention! Avast operates under enhanced protection mode. This is a temporary measure necessary for immediate response to threat from virus. No action is required from you.”

Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus Alert Window Screenshot

Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus Alert Window Screenshot



You must remove the Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus immediately. It is a very malicious virus which has infected your computer and rendered the real Avast antivirus program useless. Remember: This is not a real Avast program, it is a rogue program. The real Avast program has been completely disabled and is no longer actively protecting you.


You personal data, financial data and computer files are all at risk of being stolen. This virus wants you to feel comfortable that it is a real Avast software application when it is definitely not real. It can log all of your passwords and other personal information that you enter as your browse the web.


As more information regarding this virus becomes available we will update this page. In the meantime we highly recommend that you attempt to remove the Avast Enhanced Protection Mode Virus. Try the recommended procedure below to remove this malicious infection.


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Begin Virus Removal by Following the Instructions Below
Target Virus: Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode Virus

The removal process we are illustrating below has been proven to be the most effective way to remove the Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode Virus.

You must be on the infected computer when performing these steps.




1 On your keyboard, click and hold the Windows key, then press the R key. See keyboard diagram below.

key





2 After you have clicked the Window key and R key, the Run Box will appear. Type the following into the run box and click OK:

iexplore http://www.spywarehelpcenter.com/nuke


Windows Run Nuke

After you click OK, your computer will connect to our website and download nuke-M.




When you see the nuke-M download box, click the Save button. The picture of the download box is below.

nuke-M Download Box





After you click the “Save” button, another window will open asking you where to save it. Browse to your desktop and click Save again so that you save the nuke-M file to your desktop. The window you will see is shown below.

nuke-M Save Desktop Box





3 After you have saved the nuke-M file to your desktop, go ahead and run the nuke-M file by double clicking on it. If you computer asks if you are sure you want to run nuke-M, click OK. nuke-M will quickly disable the virus allowing you to install antivirus software. The virus should now be temporarily disabled. If the nuke-M file is blocked by the virus, rename the file to ‘iexplore’ or ‘explorer’ and try to open nuke-M again.

nuke-M icon





4 Now that the virus is not running it is time to begin removal. On your keyboard, click and hold the Windows key, then press the R key. See keyboard diagram below.

key





5 After you have pressed the Windows and R key, the Windows Run Box will open. Type exactly the following into the run box and click OK:

iexplore http://www.spywarehelpcenter.com/remove


Windows Run Remove





After clicking OK, your computer will connect to our website and download our recommended virus removal program called Spyware Doctor by PC Tools. When the download box appears click the Save button. The picture of the download box is below.

PC Tools Download Box





After you click the “Save” button, another window will open asking you where to save it. Browse to your desktop and click Save again so that you save the nuke-M file to your desktop. The window you will see is shown below.

PC Tools Save Desktop Box





6 Open the PC Tools installation file from your desktop and perform the virus scan.

PC Tools Safe Install Icon





7 Once the virus scan is complete, PC Tools will have found Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode. Remove the Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode Virus by registering PC Tools. You must register PC Tools to remove Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode.




8 After you have registered PC Tools the Avast Enhanced Enhanced Protection Mode Virus should be completely gone.




Call us toll free at 888-220-8968 and we can gladly walk you through these steps.

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  1. It’s really help, thanks a lot

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