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Need Real Protection? Remove XP Police Antivirus

Keeping your computer safe from harm is a bit tougher these days than it was a few years ago, and as a result, many computer users employ a variety of security software applications to help in the fight against problem programs. Unfortunately, some programs that sound as if they were designed to help are more of a problem than they are a solution to the issues lurking online these days. XP Police Antivirus is just one of many rogue security programs that are better removed.

Understanding XP Police Antivirus

Like many other programs online these days, XP Police Antivirus is a rogue antispyware application that uses a number of techniques to help convince you to buy the full version of the program. In most cases, people get XP Police Antivirus through the Zlob Trojan. This is usually disguised as a video codec. It can enter your computer when a site prompts you to download a file so you can properly view the site. XP Police Antivirus slips in through the security hole, and then causes a number of different symptoms. Perhaps the most notable of these is a scan window that can pop up any time your computer is on.

The scan window itself looks very professional, and it even manages to resemble the popular Windows Defender application and many other reputable programs. At the top right corner, you'll see a shield with the traditional Windows colors and the XP Police Antivirus logo. The left side of the application window has buttons for Home, Scan, Update, Settings, and Service. You'll also see a button you can click for full real-time protection with the program. The remainder of the scan window is host to the actual scan window itself. There you'll see a progress bar as well as a list of infected files. The list is usually populated with some scary looking characters which is why it's so important to remember that all of XP Police Antivirus results are fabricated. In most cases, none of the results it finds are actually installed on your computer, so removing the program itself will help keep you safe.

In addition to the scan windows, though, you may notice a number of security warnings that pop up while your computer is on. These can take a number of different forms, but the most frightening is when they resemble Windows Notification Balloons. Designed to look just like authentic messages from your systems, they'll often say your computer is infected or just suggest there is a security alert. In all cases, though, the remedy to the problem is clicking the balloon to update your protection. Choosing to click leads you to the home page for XP Police Antivirus, and once there, you'll be prompted to purchase the full version of the program.

The other typical form these ads take is a traditional pop up window, and they're often messages that say something like "Security Alert" or "Update Your Virus Protection Now." As with the other types of warnings, clicking on them will only lead you to the XP Police Antivirus home page where you can buy the whole version of the program.

You may also be redirected to a security warning page or the home page for the program during any given browsing session. It has the ability to keep you from legitimate antispyware websites. It can also change your browser's start page. As a result, you may see a page for XP Police Antivirus every time you turn your browser on instead of your chosen page.

Removing XP Police Antivirus

If you do have this program installed on your computer, removing XP Police Antivirus is your best bet. Many people, though, believe that their current antivirus software solution will take care of the problem for them. Unfortunately, however, this is not the case. Your antivirus solution is designed only to take care of the viruses circulating these days. XP Police Antivirus is not a virus, though, so you can't expect your antivirus solution to take care of it for you. That leaves you with two primary options.

Your first option is to manually remove the program. Manual removal should be considered only if you are an advanced user. You'll not only have to remove a number of program files from your system, but you'll also have to edit your computer's registry, a delicate task at best. Missing just one program file or making a mistake while you're in the computer's registry could compound your problems. If you choose this method, a list of affected files and registry keys appears after this article.

Your second option is to choose a reputable antispyware solution. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Malwarebytes has free malware removal) is one good choice. Once you find one you like, simply download and install the program. You'll need to update it right away, then use it to scan your system. XP Police Antivirus will be automatically removed, as will any other problem programs. If you keep it updated and scan your machine on a regular basis, rogue security programs will no longer be a problem for your system.

Associated Files:

c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusbdconf.cfg
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirussetup.dat
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPlugins
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsceva_dll.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsceva_emu.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmobmalware.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsna.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsnelf.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscran.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscran.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginse_spyw.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginse_spyw.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsemalware.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsregarch.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsregscan.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsrup.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginssdx.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginssdx.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsunpack.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsunpack.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsvb0.dat
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsvb1.dat
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsvb2.dat
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsve.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsve.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsvedata.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirussounds
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirussoundsalert.wav
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirussoundsclick.wav
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirussoundsfire.wav
%UserProfile%DesktopXP Police Antivirus.LNK
%UserProfile%Start MenuXP Police Antivirus.LNK
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsgvmscripts.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsceva_vfs.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsceva_vfs.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscevakrnl.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscevakrnl.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscevakrnl.rvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginscookie.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmdx_97.ivd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmdx_w95.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmdx_x95.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmdx_xf.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginshpe.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsjava.cvd
c:Program FilesXPPoliceAntivirusPluginsmdx_97.cvd

XP Police Antivirus registry keys:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareXP Police Antivirus

Removing XP Police Antivirus 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 XP Police Antivirus 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 XP Police Antivirus 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 XP Police Antivirus 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.

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