Windows Antibreach Helper

Windows Antibreach Helper Description

Type: Rogue AntiSpyware Programs

Windows Antibreach Helper is a rogue security application and another component of the FakeVimes family. Programs like Windows Antibreach Helper are used to swindle the computer users' money by doing everything possible to prove that their computers are dangerously infected with threats. Rogue security programs like Windows Antibreach Helper are disguised as security software in order to fool ingenuous computer users into acquiring a pointless 'full version' to fix the imaginary issues on the affected computer. If Windows Antibreach Helper is installed on your machine, it is paramount to register that Windows Antibreach Helper is not a real security program and that Windows Antibreach Helper is actually a type of threat that should be removed immediately.

Windows Antibreach Helper Breaches Your Trust with Fake Promises

Windows Antibreach Helper's modus operandi is simple to understand. Initially, Windows Antibreach Helper is installed automatically, usually using threat distribution techniques. Once Windows Antibreach Helper is installed, Windows Antibreach Helper makes harmful changes to the affected computer's settings that allow Windows Antibreach Helper to cause threat-like symptoms. Windows Antibreach Helper spams victims with bogus error messages and fake system scans of the affected computer, all indicating that the affected computer is severely infected with threats. However, if the computer user tries to fix these problems through the use of Windows Antibreach Helper, more error messages will be displayed, prompting the PC user to pay for a 'full version' of this fake security application.

The numerous clones of Windows Antibreach Helper include Virus Melt, Presto TuneUp, Fast Antivirus 2009, Extra Antivirus, Windows Security Suite, Smart Virus Eliminator, Packed.Generic.245, Volcano Security Suite, Windows Enterprise Suite, Enterprise Suite, Additional Guard, PC Live Guard, Live PC Care, Live Enterprise Suite, Security Antivirus, My Security Wall, CleanUp Antivirus, Smart Security, Windows Protection Suite, Windows Work Catalyst.

Dealing with a Windows Antibreach Helper Infection

Windows Antibreach Helper should be removed as soon as possible with the help of an actual security program that is fully updated with the latest security patches. In many cases, Windows Antibreach Helper will prevent you from removing Windows Antibreach Helper effectively. Windows Antibreach Helper may interfere with legitimate security programs or prevent you from running executable files entirely. In these situations, the use of alternate start-up methods may be necessary to prevent Windows Antibreach Helper from running automatically. This can be accomplished by using Windows' Safe Mode to start up your operating system using only essential components. The moment you have access to your operating system, remove Windows Antibreach Helper with the aid of an authenticated anti-malware program.

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SpyHunter Detects & Remove Windows Antibreach Helper

File System Details

Windows Antibreach Helper creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 svc-cesv.exe 0a87dc22cfbbc05178ceabed8f51e9c3 1

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One Comment

  • Wesley:

    You can also remove it by going to a separate user account with admin privileges. Go to the folder %UserProfile%\AppData\Romaing there will be a randomly named .exe file (Hidden as a system file) that needs to be deleted. If you don't see this, you'll need to enable system files by going to Control Panel > Folder Options > View > Hide Protected Operating System Files (Recommended) - and uncheck this box. You should then be able to see the virus and delete it. This will take a lot less time.