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Threat indicator: HIGH

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FakeAlert Trojan

http.exe

Spyware/trojan

Win32 (Windows XP, Vista, Seven, 8)


Customary, FakeAlert Trojan wormy platform does not pass the desease to other PCs. But this doesn't make FakeAlert Trojan less ill-intentioned than viruses and its requirement to remove FakeAlert Trojan less urgent. Windows Registry specificity that allows software to be discharged self-actingly when opening the computer boots can be treated by FakeAlert Trojan to cheat attempts to remove FakeAlert Trojan during the process of FakeAlert Trojan removal. FakeAlert Trojan that acts as Web site proxy or BHO can replace pointers with the ones to FakeAlert Trojan operator WWW site. Wheen FakeAlert Trojan violate anti-sexual movies legislation when offsprings are the users. By means of our FakeAlert Trojan removal tool you can predict FakeAlert Trojan from being setup on your machine or remove FakeAlert Trojan that is already in the PC. Know about kinds of FakeAlert Trojan - one threaten your individual data, another can insilt your children!


FakeAlert Trojan

FakeAlert Trojan intrusion method

FakeAlert Trojan copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is http.exe. Then it creates new startup key with name FakeAlert Trojan and value http.exe. You can also find it in your processes list with name http.exe or FakeAlert Trojan. Also, it can create folder with name FakeAlert Trojan under C:\Program Files\ or C:\ProgramData.

If you have further questions about FakeAlert Trojan, please call us on the phone below. It is toll free. Or you can use programs to remove FakeAlert Trojan automatically below.


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Features of SpyHunter 4

* Removes all files created by FakeAlert Trojan.

* Removes all registry entries created by FakeAlert Trojan.

* You can activate System and Network Guards and forget about malware.

* Can fix browser problems and protect browser settings.

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Features of Stronghold Antimalware

* Removes all files created by FakeAlert Trojan.

* Removes all registry entries created by FakeAlert Trojan.

* Fixes browser redirection and hijack if needed.

* "Toolbar Remover" tool will help you get rid of unwanted browser extensions.

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* 24/7 Helpdesk Support and 5 hours of Remote Support via GoToAssist included into the package.

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Threat's description and solution are developed by Security Stronghold security team.

Here you can also learn:

* Technical details of FakeAlert Trojan threat.

* Manual FakeAlert Trojan removal.

* Download FakeAlert Trojan Removal Tool.


How to remove FakeAlert Trojan manually?

This problem can be solved manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with FakeAlert Trojan, removing it from starup list and unregistering all corresponding DLLs. Additionally missing DLL's should be restored from distribution in case they are corrupted by FakeAlert Trojan.

To get rid of FakeAlert Trojan, you should:

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1. Kill the following processes and delete the appropriate files:

  • sclick.exe
  • sysmonms.exe
  • notepad.dll
  • sb_config.ini
  • uinst.exe
  • sb_bar.htm
  • sb_bar.css
  • sb_ep.htm

Warning: you should delete only those files which checksums are listed as malicious. There may be valid files with the same names in your system. We recommend you to use FakeAlert Trojan Removal Tool for safe problem solution.

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2. Delete the following malicious folders:

  • %programfiles%\winmsg\

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3. Delete the following malicious registry entries and\or values:

  • Key: Sb6.StrangeBho.1
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\Sb6.StrangeBho.1
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\Sb6.StrangeBho.1\CLSID
  • Key: Sb6.StrangeBho
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\Sb6.StrangeBho
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\Sb6.StrangeBho\CLSID
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\Sb6.StrangeBho\CurVer
  • Key: CLSID\{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}\ProgID
  • Key:
    SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}\VersionIndependentProgID
  • Key:
    SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}\InprocServer32

    Value: ThreadingModel
  • Key: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects
    \{0B9B7B2E-30E3-4C5D-AD2C-C38724979B4B}

Warning: if value is listed for some registry entries, you should only clear these values and leave keys with such values untouched. We recommend you to use FakeAlert Trojan Removal Tool for safe problem solution.


4. Manually fix browser problems

FakeAlert Trojan can affect your browsers which results in browser redirection or search hijack. We recommend you to use free option "Reset Browsers" under "Tools" in Stronghold AntiMalware to reset all the browsers at once. Mention that you need to remove all files and kill all processes belonging to FakeAlert Trojan before doing this. To reset your browsers manually and restore your homepage perform the following steps:

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Internet Explorer

  • If you use Windows XP, click Start, and then click Run. Type the following in the Open box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • If you use Windows 7 or Windows Vista, click Start. Type the following in the Search box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • Click the Advanced tab

  • In Reset Internet Explorer settings, click Reset. Click Reset in opened window again.

  • Select Delete personal settings checkbox to remove browsing history, search providers, homepage

  • After Internet Explorer finishes resetting, click Close in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box

Warning: In case this option will not work use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Google Chrome

  • Go to the installation folder of Google Chrome: C:\Users\"your username"\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\User Data.

  • In the User Data folder, look for a file named as Default and rename it to DefaultBackup.

  • Launch Google Chrome and a new clean Default file will be created.

Warning: This option might not work if in Google Chrome you use online synchronization between PCs. In this case use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Firefox

  • Go to Help > Troubleshooting Information in menu.

  • Click the Reset Firefox button.

  • After Firefox is done, it will show a window and create folder on the desktop. Click Finish.

Warning: This option will also clean all your account passwords for all websites. If you don't want it use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

Information provided by: Aleksei Abalmasov

DMCA.com Protection Status

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

Problem Summary: Trojan virus keeps popping up in every web browser an web page

Trojan keeps popping up in ANY web browser or site... And also i can't surf internet... same thing as posted by other earlier ..

How would I get deleted this and make sure this type of virus would be gone?? what's the solution?? Please help me...

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: cannot access computer due to trojan

Got an fake FBI lock on computor. Now i cannot access anything to solve problem. If I restart it goes to a white screen with FBI lock

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: FakeAlert-PJ.gen.br

I received false system messages like those of the FakeAlert-D trojan and performed a system scan using my McAfee Virsus software. The scan found the virsus and seems to have taken care of the FakeAlert trojan. However, I am curious as to the setup file this trojan has left behind. The file is compressed file SETUP.ZIP and was created in a sub directory under My Pictures. Should I manually delete this file? Are there any other registery keys etc.?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: FakeAlert in my PC

My laptop has FakeAlert: No access to the internet, no access to any program or drive... Frustrating!

I've downloaded your tool in a different PC, I copied the file with a USB key and when trying to run it, I get the following message: 'Sorry the files could not be downloaded. Click 'Retry' to try downloading the files again, or click 'Cancel' to terminate setup.' I can endlessly click 'Retry' but it does not work!

HELP!!!!!!!

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: cant delete fake trojan

i have a have trojan virus on my pc and when i try to delete it it says access denied. please help me and is there a way i can get full access to delete it

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: cant delete fake trojan

i have a have trojan virus on my pc and when i try to delete it it says access denied. please help me and is there a way i can get full access to delete it

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Cannot access Internet or ANYTHING!!!

Warning comes up after I enter anything saying that I have to purchase clean-up system and submit my Credit card # to get this done! I have Quest support but they dont respond.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: No disk

everytime i insert my huawaei data card in the usb slot i get a pop up like
1) bittorrent.exe-No disk
2) utorrenr.exe-No disk
3) googleupdates-No disk
the contents are there is no disk in the drive.please insert a disk into the drive deviceharddiskDR1 or DR2 or DR3
the three options to select are Cancel Try Again Continue

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: task manager disabled

i am not able to access my task manager

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: 2012 vista antivirus trojan

Hello, Ealier today i got a pop up for vista antivirus 2012 program saying i have a virus and to run this program I kept hitting the x button and rebooted my computer and it never came back but everytime I opened IE I would get a popup that said " choose a program to open this file " I tried to system restore it for like 2 weeks back and then rebooted and it's not gone. Please tell me what I can do to get rid of this. Thanks so much!

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

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