Your PC Protector

Your PC Protector Description

ScreenshotYour PC Protector is a rogue anti-spyware application that utilizes scare tactics to coerce victims into purchasing its "full version". Your PC Protector is able to enter systems with the help of Trojans or it can be obtained from malicious websites. On accessing a system, Your PC Protector will display fabricated and exaggerated security reports or notifications, claiming that the system is seriously infected with malware that can only be removed with the "full version" of Your PC Protector. Do not pay attention to any suggestions made by Your PC Protector and do not spend money on its non-existent "full version".

Your PC Protector belongs to a big family of fake security programs, the FakeScanti family that have among its other members Security Guard, Sysinternals Antivirus, Wireshark Antivirus, Milestone Antivirus, BlueFlare Antivirus, WolfRam AntiVirus, OpenCloud Antivirus, OpenCloud Security, Data Restore, OpenCloud AV, Security Guard 2012, AV Guard Online, Guard Online, Cloud Protection, AV Protection Online, System Protection 2012, AV Security 2012, Sphere Security 2012, AV Protection 2011, Super AV 2013.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

Your PC Protector Image 1 Your PC Protector Image 2 Your PC Protector Image 3 Your PC Protector Image 4 Your PC Protector Image 5

File System Details

Your PC Protector creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 PC_protect[1].exe, Your PC Protector.exe 1,049,096 f7461d1efa5c6dfd4092053c82e12f0d 1
2 adc32.dll 958,464 e7298f3a83fb7071aced22b660ddd42d 0
3 alggui.exe 43,520 694f9f7c6ce0a64ca8be394536dd284f 0
4 svchost.exe 37,376 e862aa6b00b223b354607e921339d237 0
More files

Registry Details

Your PC Protector creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
%ProgramFiles%\Your PC Protector

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