Removal of ihdefender.exe (Internet Security Pro scam)
Ihdefender.exe (Internet Security Pro) can’t save you in times when you need reliable anti-virus protection. It can claim a lot of itself, whereas these words don’t match the works of it. When this malicious application comes into the PC with compromised security protection level users hardly can notice its infiltration. Likewise, it is not possible to trace this program in the section where user can uninstall certain software that was originally installed legitimately (upon user’s approval). As you see, this is not the case with ihdefender.exe. It seems that this bogus anti-spyware device came to ruin your system instead of saving it from cyber hardships.
If you have ihdefender on your machine you may expect to encounter its fake scans of your computer. This is quite an inevitable experience, since the rogue wants to make you scared with its further fake virus reports. It tells that your machine is literally overwhelmed with various forms of spyware, worms, keyloggers, Trojans, etc. It is peculiar that such fake system scan is initiated each time you turn your computer. By the way, it lasts just about 1 minute, maybe even less. You don’t need too much gumption to realize that decent scan and detection of real malwares can’t be implemented within such a short period of time.
To sum-up what we said above, trusting ihdefender is a mistake. However, the more serious mistake is when you actually decide to buy this hoax. Don’t forget that this is a useless program and spending money for it is a total waste of it. If you want to get rid of this scam please follow the instructions below.
Internet Security Pro removal steps:
- Terminate the virus process by following this guide.
- Once the malware process is killed (terminated) you may use your browser to download GridinSoft Trojan Killer for virus removal.
Internet Security Pro system modifications:
Internet Security Pro system process(es):
Internet Security Pro file(s) added:
%desktop%internet security Pro.lnk
Internet Security registry entry (entries) added:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRunInternet Security Pro