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Microsoft Security Adviser

Posted: July 8, 2009

Microsoft Security Adviser is a fake spyware remover that claims your computer is infected, when it is more likely clean. Despite the name, Microsoft Security Adviser is not designed or supported by Microsoft, and is in fact spread via trojan infiltration. Once inside your PC, Microsoft Security Adviser issues fake security alerts advertising this parasite. False system scans report fabricated infection results, all in order to trick you into purchasing the commercial version of this rogue spyware remover.

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 eeuydc.dll
    2 msavsc.exe
    3 msctrl.exe
    4 msfw.exe
    5 msiemon.exe
    7 msscan.exe

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One Comment

  • Auth says:

    Try logging in with Safe Mode with nenktrwiog. To do that 1)Restart your pc2)As soon as it starts booting up start tapping the F8 key until you see a list of options3)Select Safe Mode with Networking4)Wait for it to load5)Once opened, if win7 home security is active follow the steps seen on this vid, if not directly download malwarebytes and follow up from there.