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SpyHeal - Healing Your Wallet of Its Extra Cash Problem

Noticed a lot of spyware scanning occuring on your computer lately? It's possible that you have SpyHeal on your machine, and getting rid of it is essential to both your sanity and the safety of your personal information.

What is SpyHeal?

SpyHeal is an adware program that is installed by the Zlob Trojan. It has several buddies by other names as well including the family of SpySheriff products. PestTrap, PestWiper, SpywareNo, SpywareDemolisher, SpyFalcon, Spy Trooper, BraveSentry, and Diaremover all seem to be similar programs that will cause similar effects to your machine.

The Effects of SpyHeal

If you do have Spyheal on your system, you are likely to notice a number of things. One of the first things you'll see is false security scans on your machine. The program will popup and pretend to be scanning your computer. It may even take a reasonable amount of time to scan. It will then tell you that you have something like one hundred and fifty threats. According to SpyHeal, the only possible way to deal with these threats is to purchase the full version of their program.

Another thing you might see is popup Windows notification balloons, or at least something that looks suspiciously like them. Inevitably, they will tell you in harsh language that Windows has detected a threat, and you have to get the latest antispyware programs to fix the problem. This can be fairly disconcerting for novice computer users, and that's exactly what SpyHeal is counting on to make money from it's product. Clicking on those notifications, of course, will lead you directly to the SpyHeal site, or one associated with it, and that will lead to a prompt for the cash in your wallet to fix a spyware problem that you don't have or it could also result in more adware being installed on your machine from the website you're viewing. Either way, it's a good idea to stay away from these notifications.

Unfortunately, SpyHeal also has the ability to take over your web browser. You will be directed to the SpyHeal home page or an associated product each time you log onto the computer. This, though, isn't the only internet setting change you may notice after SpyHeal becomes part of your machine. You may also notice that your browser redirect page is now SpyHeal as well.

SpyHeal changes your internet browser's security settings as well. It has complete control over your connection itself. Once installed on your system, it has the ability to record your every move and send that data to a third party server. From simple marketing data results to logging your keystrokes and thus recording your passwords, credit card numbers, and other pieces of personal information, SpyHeal can send that data to other individuals, opening you to some fairly serious security risks. Since it has access to your connection, it can also download and install additional spyware and adware programs on your machine, leaving you in a bit of a mess. Moreover, the transmission of data to the home server, and the downloading of other programs can mean real problems if your internet service provider closely watches your bandwidth usage.

One final thing you might notice with SpyHeal is slower overall machine performance. SpyHeal takes much of your computer's virtual memory to run, so when you ask it to process a task, it is wholly unavailable to run the things you want to run. The result is that everything you try to do goes very s-l-o-w-l-y.

Remove SpyHeal

Most computer experts recommend that your remove SpyHeal at your earliest opportunity. You have a few options in terms of removal procedures. Your first option is to try a system restore. SpyHeal, however, can become a part of all Windows platforms, and that doesn't work for all Windows users. Moreover, this can only work right after SpyHeal has become part of your system. Many don't notice it for a few days, and by that time, SpyHeal is deeply rooted within the computer.

Your second option is manual SpyHeal removal. This is a fairly difficult procedure. A list of files and registry keys that must be removed follows this article. Keep in mind, though, that working in your system's registry is quite dangerous. A single mistaken keystroke could permanently damage your system, so if you've never worked within your registry before, it's best to have a professional by your side as you do it or to simply have a professional do it for you.

Your final option is to use your current antispyware software to remove SpyHeal. If you don't have antispyware software, ParetoLogic is a good choice. It will not only remove SpyHeal for you, it will also protect you from future adware and spyware threats. Keep it updated, and scan your system on a regular basis.

SpyHeal has the potential to be very dangerous to you. Remove SpyHeal today.

These SpyHeal processes must be removed:


Delete these SpyHeal Registry keys:

MicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionApp PathsSpyHeal.exe

Unregister these SpyHeal DLL files:

Delete these SpyHeal program files:
uninstall spyheal 2.1.lnk
spyheal 2.1 website.lnk
spyheal 2.1.lnk

Removing SpyHeal Automatically/Safely

For free automatic removal we recommend using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. This program is widely recommended by reputable third-party sites, so you can be reasonably confident of its ability to safely get rid of SpyHeal and any hidden Trojans. As a precaution we recommend double checking your system with SpyHunter. This program requires paid registration to enable deletions, however it has a money back guaranteed and is the top of the line in malware removal. It should catch malware that evades Malwarebytes and block anything that tries to reinstal itself.

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Remove SpyHeal Now:

  1. Download and install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and SpyHunter Download  
  2. Run a scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.
  3. Remove all the detected infections (free).
  4. Run a scan with SpyHunter
  5. Remove any remaining infections
  6. Reboot and rescan with SpyHunter. Your computer should now be clean.

Important note: If Malwarebytes is blocked by malware then run Chameleon (Start Menu → All Programs → MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware → Tools → Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Chameleon). If you need further help removing SpyHeal please email us at info@removeadware.com.au or call for personal assistance on toll-free number 888-655-3453, within the USA and Canada.

Disclaimer: This webpage was created to provide information on SpyHeal and how to uninstall it. Manual removal instructions are intended for use by technical experts and should be used at your own risk. We do not own or endorse SpyHeal.

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