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Your PC Protector. How to remove? (Uninstall guide)

removal by Jake Doevan - -   Also known as YourPCProtector | Type: Rogue Antispyware

Your PC Protector is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Windows Police Pro and Windows Antivirus Pro. The rogue program is promoted and installed through the use of Trojans. While YourPCProtector is running, it will claim to scan your computer for malware and report false threats to scare you into thinking that you are infected when in reality you are not. It’s a typical scareware so of course it will ask you to pay for a full version of the program in order to remove the infections. By the way, this rogue program displays the same premeditated infections and threats as Windows Antivirus Pro did. Very likely, it will claim that you are infected with Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy, Emai-Worm.Win32.Merond.a and etc. Please ignore these false infections and do not pay for activating this scam application. Instead, follow the removal instructions below and remove “Your PC Protector” virus as soon as possible.

Your PC Protector graphical user interface
[Figure 1.Your PC Protector graphical user interface]

While running, YourPCProtector will also display fake warnings and notifications. Those warnings will claim that your computer is being attacked by an Internet virus or that it continues to be infected with harmful viruses.

Windows Police Pro Alert
Infiltration Alert
Your computer is being attacked by an Internet Virus. It could be password-stealing attack, a trojan-dropper or similar.

Security Warning
Your computer continues to be infected with harmful viruses. In order to prevent permanent loss of your information and credit card data theft please activate your antivirus software. Click here to enable protection.

Your PC Protector will also modify Windows Registry and hijack Internet Explorer. Whenever you try to launch Internet Explorer of FireFox the program generates a notification displaying firewall alert. It says that you Internet browser has been infected by a Trojan and your private data are at risk. The fake warning claims that you need to purchase YourPC Protector in order to protect yourself. What is more, the rogue program will install Browser Helper Object which will hijack search results. This parasite also modifies Windows Hosts file. As you can see, this is nothing more but a scam. Don’t purchase this bogus software. Contact your credit card company and dispute the charges if you have already purchased it. Please use the removal guide below to remove Your PC Protector from your computer either manually or with an automatic removal tool.

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Your PC Protector manual removal:

Kill processes:
Your PC Protector.exe


Delete registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionTaskManager

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareYour PC Protector


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerBrowser Helper Objects{77DC0Baa-3235-4ba9-8BE8-aa9EB678FA02}





Delete files:









Your PC Protector.exe

Delete directories:
C:Program FilesYour PC Protector

%UserProfile%Start MenuProgramsYour PC Protector

C:Program Filesschtml

C:Program Filesschtmlimages

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  • Guest

    This is pretty nasty. The more I try to fix it, the worse it gets. Really needs a complete removal tool.


    I concur. I can't even access my Malwarebytes Anti Malware. This version of PC Protector gives warnings that “I can't run this *.* file because it is infected.” I can't even run the msconfig command from the start menu. I hope this automatic remover works.

  • Guest

    its not letting me acess any of my .exe files after removing it from my hard drive some one with computer smart please hel[p me im only a teenager and not so smart with computers

  • Guest

    It is a parasite! I have the same issues, cannot start Malwarebytes or even the Task Manager. My best resolution is to backup whatever files ( documents and pictures) and then Re-Image the computer. I have many networks to deal with.

  • Guest

    rename the malwarebytes exe to something like happy.exe and then it should run. You will need to download it from another PC, rename the file, copy it to a thumb drive and then run it on the infected PC using the changed name.

  • Guest

    Also there are 3 other files I found that seem to go along with this. Located in the C:Program Files. Files: wpp.exe, wp4.dat, wp3.dat also need to be deleted by SHIFT+Delete.

  • Guest

    How dangerous is this exactly?

  • 7

    Could somebody please tell me how dangerous this is exactly?

  • Guest

    Usually, it only displays fake and very annoying warnings to make you think that your computer is infected. However, please note that it may come bundled with other malware that may actually steal your sensitive information. So after all, it's quite dangerous.

  • Guest

    I've tried downloading Malwarebytes (or something like that), and when I try to install it, it says that it's impossible to run it.

  • Guest

    Yeah… no. How the hell am I supposed to open the registry editor without “Your PC Protector” telling me it's infected?

  • Guest

    I had this on my computer at work. Thought I'd emoved it myself, but it eventually corrupted all of my .exe files and my hard drive had to be reformatted.