Most of the time, SystemCop enters the system with the help of Trojans and fake online anti-malware scanners. The rogue can be installed manually, but usually this is a less common situation. While running, the misleading application will flood your computer with fake and very annoying security alerts. It will claim that your computer is under attack or that your anti-virus software is disabled. As you can see, the main goal of this parasite is to scare you into purchasing the program. Of course, do not buy it! SystemCop is nothing more but a scam. If you have already purchased this program, please contact your bank as soon as possible.
If your computer is infected with this rogue security application, please use the manual removal guide to remove SystemCop from your PC for free. Also scan your computer with a legitimate anti-spyware application to make sure there are no additional malware installed on the system. Related files: Uninstall.exe
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Stays resident in background
SystemCop manual removal
Delete registry values:
c:\Program Files\SystemCop Software
c:\Program Files\SystemCop Software\SystemCop
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SystemCop
Geolocation of SystemCop
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