Desktop Defender 2010. How to remove? (Uninstall guide)

removal by Jake Doevan - -   Also known as DesktopDefender2010, DesktopDefender 2010, Desktop Defender2010 | Type: Rogue Antispyware
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Desktop Defender 2010 is a misleading anti-virus application from the same family as Contraviro malware. The rogue program reports false or exaggerated system security threats and displays fake security warnings to convince you that your PC is baldy infected with Trojans, spyware and other malware. The main goal of DesktopDefender2010 is to trick you into purchasing the full version of the application which actually does not even exist. This is a scam! Do not pay for this bogus software and uninstall Desktop Defender 2010 from your computer as soon as possible.

The graphical user interface of Desktop Defender 2010 is quite impressive. It uses Windows Vista style and design elements to make it look more reliable. The rogue program ripped Clam AntiVirus database. ClamAV is an open source anti-virus toolkit. Once installed, DesktopDefender 2010 will imitate a system scan and report a variety of infections. The scan results are of course false. This parasite claims that you have to purchase the full version of the program to remove the threats, because free version is only a scanner. Obviously, you shouldn’t buy it. Another very important thing is that this program modifies the LSP chain by adding siglsp.dll file. If you remove this file without restoring the LSP chain this will break your Internet connection.

What is more, Desktop Defender 2010 will constantly display fake security alerts and notifications from the Windows Task bar stating that your computer is seriously infected or has many privacy/security problems. The fake security alerts state:

Possible loss of data!
Too many privacy violation attempts on your computer!
The details about your credit card, post address, phone numbers from the submitted form can be lost.
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You have been infected by a proxy-relay trojan server with new and danger “SpamBots”.

If you find that your PC is infected with this malicious software, please use the removal guide below to remove Desktop Defender 2010 from the system manually for free. If you have already purchased this program, then contact your credit card company and dispute the charges immediately.

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Desktop Defender 2010 snapshot
Desktop Defender 2010

Desktop Defender 2010 manual removal:

Kill processes:
Desktop Defender 2010.exe

gedx_ae09.exe

kgn.exe

kilslmd.exex

kn.a.exe

uninstall.exe

Delete registry values:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT*shellexContextMenuHandlersantivirus_contextscan

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTAppID{C0E56AC2-9F72-436E-B6E7-AEC28AF9E4EB}

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTAppIDIEAddon.DLL

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{08EEC6AD-7486-487F-89B7-5A3716DDAE14}

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{CCB5551D-8594-4999-85F9-1E3EABCB95AC}

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTDriveshellexContextMenuHandlersantivirus_contextscan

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTDrivesshellexContextMenuHandlersantivirus_contextscan

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTIEAddon.StatusBarPane

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTIEAddon.StatusBarPane.1

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTInterface{5B184B9D-B7BD-4FEA-8D1F-5E27182206A5}

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTTypeLib{3ED0E410-5C8E-47B6-A75D-D10B886E903C}

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREDesktop Defender 2010

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerBrowser Helper Objects{CCB5551D-8594-4999-85F9-1E3EABCB95AC}

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstallDesktop Defender 2010

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicestdifw_drv

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet SettingsUser AgentPost Platform "Desktop Defender 2010"

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun "Desktop Defender 2010"

Unregister DLLs:
hjengine.dll

IEAddon.dll

MFC71.dll

MFC71ENU.DLL

AF.dll

msvcp71.dll

msvcr71.dll

pthreadVC2.dll

shellext.dll

siglsp.dll

Delete files:
Desktop Defender 2010.exe

guide.chm

hjengine.dll

IEAddon.dll

MFC71.dll

MFC71ENU.DLL

AF.dll

daily.cvd

msvcp71.dll

msvcr71.dll

pthreadVC2.dll

shellext.dll

siglsp.dll

tdifw_drv_WLH.sys

tdifw_drv_WXP.sys

uninstall.exe

tdifw_drv.sys

log.txt

gedx_ae09.exe

kgn.exe

kilslmd.exex

kn.a.exe

Desktop Defender 2010.lnk

Activate Desktop Defender 2010.lnk

How to Activate Desktop Defender 2010.lnk

Delete directories:
c:Program FilesDesktop Defender 2010

c:WINDOWSsystem32LogFilestdifw

c:Documents and SettingsAll UsersStart MenuProgramsDesktop Defender 2010

%Temp%

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  • Guest

    I got infected by this mofo.

    Someone please sue these bastards.

  • shadowkin

    I can't kill the process. It just keeps popping up again. Can anyone help?

  • Guest

    the people who create these dam programs should be killed beyond recognition

  • Guest

    I thought my comp was really crashing! Who the hell thinks up this sick shit?!

  • Guest

    What the hell is this..you get this piece of s*** that cripples you computer and you have to pay another software vendor to remove it..I say it's a conspiracy between all those low down criminals…

  • Guest

    Desktop Offender is more like it

  • Guest

    Once you hit the red X, your screwed. You must hit Alt F4 to close it. Once in, it disables your safe boot, and gets rid of all your secure restore dates before the date of infection. It also disabled my Norton.

  • Guest

    It got past my pop-up blocker because I allowed a pop-up from surfthechannel.com in order to make it work.

  • Guest

    If you are here, it's too late, but here is some helpful info. It gets by your antivirus because it's a legitimate program as far as your computer is concerned. But, the red X doesn't close it, it really tells your computer to download the full virus and retrovirus.

  • Guest

    These instructions are nice BUT… you can't get to anything to use them. Had to pull these instructions up on another computer? Help, its my college kid's laptap!

  • poon hunter

    yeah surfthechannel deffenitly gave me this shit

  • Guest

    I went to downloads.com ,downloaded Malwarebytes anti-mailware free edition. It removed that damn desktop defender SOB.No more problems so far.GOOD LUCK

  • Guest

    here are the istructions.

    go to system32 folder and arrange the icons in lasr modified date.
    delete the file created recently which is after MRT.exe file.
    delete c:Program FilesDesktop Defender 2010

    thats it,

  • Guest

    You guys are wonderful. I never would have gotten this repaired without you…

  • Guest

    Is there any way to fix the problem after the red x has been clicked and the firewall has been locked down. Because that is what my mom did. She somehow locked down the firewall, making so nothing can get in or out of the computer.

  • Guest

    it is veru anoing it blocks my coputer

  • Guest

    it was called MSASCui.exe on my infection

  • Guest

    i think i got it from a Call of Duty weapons wiki

  • Guest

    Look for dsoqv9uswuf6.exe as well. That was where mine was hiding.

  • Guest

    Found lnu4suvrcfwq.exe in my system32 folder that was not mentioned on this website. Managed to remove everything else on my own, but still had this nasty little program running on startup that led back to the desktop defender 2010 even after it was all gone.

  • Guest

    I work with several oldsters and found one of the computers rendered useless by this… rebooted a few times and still could not get to the desktop. Will post again if I find there's more to do than what's shown here.

    Thanks for the info and comments!