SaveKeep Description

ScreenshotSaveKeep is a rogue anti-spyware application originating from the FakeSmoke family, the same family as WiniGuard, WiniFighter, WiniShield, TrustNinja, SaveDefense, BlockDefense, SaveKeeper, SoftSafeness, TrustWarrior, SecurityFighter, Security Soldier, Security Soldier, SecureVeteran, Secure Warrior, Trust Cop, Safe Fighter, Trust Soldier, Virus Protector.

SaveKeep infiltrates the computer with the help of affiliated trojans, and once active, begins running fake system scans that display fictitious or sometimes grossly exaggerated infection results. False security alerts accompany these reports, all in order to intimidate the user into purchasing SaveKeep in order to combat these supposed threats.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

SaveKeep Image 1 SaveKeep Image 2

File System Details

SaveKeep creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 SaveKeep.exe 564,736 6e69c94b4c4176d4985409fd2370f805
2 setup[1].exe 1,536,898 099b4708645b4223967ccb777ba635b8
3 SaveKeepSvc.exe 36,864 408e67aac69a062daac8f294b8e810fa

Registry Details

SaveKeep creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
%ProgramFiles%\SaveKeep Software\SaveKeep

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