Remove MyPoints - Adware Removal Guide
So, what is adware basically? Term "adware" is shortened "advertising software" and it is computer software that contains elements of advertising (banners, pop-ups etc.). Advertising software can be legal as it is a way to promote this or that product and author gets paid for it. But nowadays there are a lot of programs that use aggresive advertisements or pop-ups or showing adult content what makes users want to get rid of it and MyPoints is not an exception.
What MyPoints is and how it can harm you? Here is short description.
The Eudora Internet mail client is a notorious example of an MyPoints "mode" in a application when you let invade while not having a comely removal tool. MyPoints can also get and setup adware, so it is reasonable to install special removal tool to remove MyPoints or perform removal operation. The whole block housing spyware, tracking software, etc. MyPoints is developed by cybercriminals interested in gaining benefit or wreaking havoc, so it is better to setup antivirus tools to remove threat. A user can get dirty with MyPoints through via free of charge software or shareware. With MyPoints there is no symbol that the program is installed and of course it don't have de-installation routine, so MyPoints removal is hard without specialized fix tool.
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Win32 (Windows 9x, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Seven)
Leave the detailed description of problem you have with MyPoints in the form below. Our support team will contact you in several minutes (as we have a lot of requests it can take up to couple of hours) and give a step-by-step instruction on how to remove MyPoints or solve problems that connected to it. Please be specific. Do your best describing the problem. Attach screenshots of pop-ups or ads you are getting.
MyPoints Removal Intructions
Due to complex removal procedure of MyPoints we prepared FREE automated utility created by our professionals, click here (download of fix will start immediately):
Threat's description and solution are developed by Security Stronghold security team.
But we offer two other methods to remove MyPoints manually or using help of hour specialist:
If you choose the last option our specialists will contact you shortly, connect to your PC throgh GoToAssist secure remote connection and remove threat while you will watch on this with a cup of tea or coffee.
MyPoints intrusion method
MyPoints copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is Ruby14.exe . Then it creates new startup key with name MyPoints and value Ruby14.exe . You can also find it in your processes list with name Ruby14.exe or MyPoints.
If you have further questions about MyPoints, please fill in the form above and we'll contact you shortly.
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How to clean your PC from MyPoints?
Threat can be removed manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with MyPoints, removing its processes from startup list and unregistering all corresponding DLLs.
To get rid of MyPoints, you should:
1. Stop the following processes and delete the appropriate files (if field is empty you need to download removal tool or contact our support) :
Warning: you should delete only those files with the names exactly the same as in the list and located in folders listed below. There may be legitimate system files with the same or near the same names. We recommend you to use MyPoints Removal Tool for guaranteed threat removal.
2. Delete the following folders created by MyPoints:
3. Delete registry entries or values using registry editor: