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How to Remove FakeAlert

Trojans is one of the most wide-spread threat in the internet. They can spread in lot of ways (torrents, e-mail attachments, video codecs etc.). FakeAlert as well as any other trojan can harm your PC in different ways. Originally, trojans stole just your e-mail contacts and some personal data. Nowadays, they can steal any type of private information, being serious threat. In this tutorial we will show how to deal with FakeAlert detect and remove it from your PC.

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Programs is regarded FakeAlert basing on the embrace intent of the author. FakeAlert is software designed to filter or damage PC without buyers' experience. FakeAlert sources seek to act in a valid way and FakeAlert may include an end-user agreement and a buyer is not able to suspect the absolute necessity in malware removal tool. Originally, rootkit FakeAlert precursors were a set of implements installed by a human attacker on a Unix platform where the intruder had gained executive (root) admittance, so it's really needed to remove malware of this sort. You should remember that some FakeAlert are really stiff to cancel as it is stealthier in terms of Internet traffic resource use. The preference of spam-producers to use FakeAlert dirty PCs is that they ensure reticence even if you remove malware with a comely malware removal tool.


Threat indicator: HIGH

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FakeAlert

hiklmnop27.exe

Trojan

Win32 (Windows 9x, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Seven)



FakeAlert infiltration

As we already said there numerous ways trojan can get to your PC from the internet. FakeAlert copies its file(s) to your hard disk. File name typical to FakeAlert is hiklmnop27.exe. Then it runs itself and creates new startup key in registry with name FakeAlert and value hiklmnop27.exe. If you will look into running processes list you will see some extra process with name like hiklmnop27.exe or any random name that uses decent amount of your CPU.

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So what is FakeAlert Removal Tool? Basically, it is the tool that will remove every file and registry key that was created by FakeAlert. It was created after analyzing all versions and types of this threat on test PCs and every file and key was added to the database. Removal Tool is updated regularly to make sure it can remove latest versions of FakeAlert. If you already our customer (purchased any product of ours previously) you can request this tool for free in the form below providing your orger number in description:

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How to remove FakeAlert manually?

During all time since adding FakeAlert to our database we track it changes and add them in the list below, removing files mentioned from your hard drive and deleting them from starup list and also unregistering all corresponding DLLs will result cleaning your computer drom the trojan. But also, missing DLL's that can be removed or corrupted by FakeAlert should be restored from your Windows CD .

So, here is the simple process to remove FakeAlert:

1. Delete following processes form startup and files from your hard drive:

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2. Delete the following folders that are assosiated with FakeAlert:

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3. Finally, remove this registry keys:

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Warning: Sometimes, trojan can use system file names or randomly generated names for its executable. We recommend you to use FakeAlert Removal Tool for safe problem solution.

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Here are the descriptions of problems connected with FakeAlert and hiklmnop27.exe we received earlier:

Problem Summary: can't download anything,removal software or anything. A red shield with white X pops up and says download contained a virus and was deleted

can't download anything,removal software or anything. A red shield with white X pops up and says download contained a virus and was deleted. Been having this problem for over a year now!

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: says theres a virus when there isnt

everytime i want to download something or even trying to open an email,norton tells me its safe but then a window pops up with a red sheild with cross in it saying its a virus can you help?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: google chrome conflict with trend micro

everytime I used google chrome my trend micro reports it has resolved a virus threat. the virus is js_medfos.sm. how do i fix this?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: cant down load anything

a red shield with a white cross pops ups and says download contained a virus and was deleted

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Internet Security will not let me download anything, says its a virus

I am not able to download or open most all files, due to this internet security that keeps telling me, everything is a virus. I can work in safe mode on the internet, but still cannot download anything. I have also tried to manally remove it, with no success. It says it some kind of w32 worm. blaster.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: can't download anything,removal software or anything. A red shield with white X pops up and says download contained a virus and was deleted

can't download anything,removal software or anything. A red shield with white X pops up and says download contained a virus and was deleted.
Started a week ago
Malwarebytes detected 9 threats and I removed them, but problem persists. Cannot download anything!!!

Help

kim@hctc.net

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: can't download anything,removal software or anything. A red shield with white X pops up and says download contained a virus and was deleted

tried to download fakeAlert removal tool and same thing happened.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: computer won't let me run anything as admin and i am the only account on computer

hi. when ever i try to run anything as administrator my computer comes up with usual box with a yes or no to make changes to computer but the yes is blocked out. i am the only one account on the computer but by my stupidity am only a standard user. how can i change this or reactive the admin account. Command prompts?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: box keeps popping up saying

I scanned my computer with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 5 times yesterday, because a box kept popping up, and after I scanned, the box still kept popping up. On the very top of the box in blue said, "Symantec AntiVirus Detection Results," and there were rows that had the date and time of THAT SAME DAY, a risk section saying "Trojan.Gen.2" or "Trojan.zeroacc..." and other virus names, and an action thing saying "quarantined, log only, or pending analysis." On the top of the box there was a yellow triangle with a explanation mark saying, "Auto-Protect has acted on the risks." I don't know what that means. Here is what one row looked like. Sometimes, rows kept being added on and deleted, and had either a x or a check.

(box with an x or a check was in front of date and time)

Date and Time Risk Action File Name Risk Type Original location
6/26/2012 10:56 43 AM Trojan.Gen.2 Quarantined 800000cb.@ File C:/Documents and Settings

Computer Status Current Location Primary Ac... Secondary... Logged By
LG Infected Quarantined Clean Sec... Quarantined Auto Protect Scan

Action Description
The file was quarantines successfully

Some rows had other things in them. For instance, the status could either say "infected, or log only.) I don't know how I got these viruses, and how bad they are. When the original location said documents and setting, I know that's not where the virus came from. I don't use the documents. Please help. I've tried downloading virus protection things, but I'm not an administrator.


Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: box keeps popping up saying

I scanned my computer with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 5 times yesterday, because a box kept popping up, and after I scanned, the box still kept popping up. On the very top of the box in blue said, "Symantec AntiVirus Detection Results," and there were rows that had the date and time of THAT SAME DAY, a risk section saying "Trojan.Gen.2" or "Trojan.zeroacc..." and other virus names, and an action thing saying "quarantined, log only, or pending analysis." On the top of the box there was a yellow triangle with a explanation mark saying, "Auto-Protect has acted on the risks." I don't know what that means. Here is what one row looked like. Sometimes, rows kept being added on and deleted, and had either a x or a check.

(box with an x or a check was in front of date and time)

Date and Time Risk Action File Name Risk Type Original location
6/26/2012 10:56 43 AM Trojan.Gen.2 Quarantined 800000cb.@ File C:/Documents and Settings

Computer Status Current Location Primary Ac... Secondary... Logged By
LG Infected Quarantined Clean Sec... Quarantined Auto Protect Scan

Action Description
The file was quarantines successfully

Some rows had other things in them. For instance, the status could either say "infected, or log only.) I don't know how I got these viruses, and how bad they are. When the original location said documents and setting, I know that's not where the virus came from. I don't use the documents. Please help. I've tried downloading virus protection things, but I'm not an administrator.


Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

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