Vista Home Security 2011

Vista Home Security 2011 is a virus. It is included in the creation of scam web sites that are actively conducting unfair marketing strategy to sell the fake software. Vista Home Security 2011 pretends as a real anti-virus application bragging its importance through a series of pop-up alerts. Indeed, this program is a threat that entails immediate removal when spotted on the computer. Security experts already warn user of possible damages it can cause when not seriously taken care by the victim.

While it exists on the system, Vista Home Security 2011 attempts to communicate to a host computer and bring in more threats. This practice makes Vista Home Security 2011 a self-loading threat and may take overall control of affected unit. Automatic scan is achieve upon Windows start-up that displays fake scan results and promptly advise users to remove viruses using the registered version. It will demand for a payment to activate Vista Home Security 2011 in full mode.

It has been re-written previously that rogue anti-virus applications are created to steal money from innocent victims. It will apply several misleading acts like producing imaginary threats and providing false security alerts. On these instances, it endorses the same program as the only solution. Registered version is needed to maximize its cleaning functionality.

Never trust this useless product. Acquiring the paid version will charge victim’s credit card account more than the advertised value. Not only that, assigned payment-processing web site will collect hidden fees without user’s consent. Vista Home Security 2011 is a complete online fraud that can be prevented if only a full version of legitimate anti-malware software is actively protecting the PC.

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Technical Details and Additional Information:

Damage Level: Medium

Systems Affected: Windows 9x, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7

How to Remove Vista Home Security 2011

Systematic procedures to get rid of the threat are presented on this section. Make sure to scan the computer with suggested tools and scanners.

Step 1 : Scan the computer with recommended removal tool

1 First thing you should do is reboot the computer in Safe Mode with Networking to avoid Vista Home Security 2011 from loading at start-up.

NOTE: You will need to PRINT or BOOKMARK this procedure, as we have to restart the computer during the removal process.

Remove all media such as Memory Card, cd, dvd, and USB devices. Then, restart the computer and please do the following:

Boot in Safe Mode on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 system
a Before Windows begins to load, press F8 on your keyboard.
b It will display the Advanced Boot Options menu. Select Safe Mode.

Start computer in Safe Mode using Windows 8 and Windows 10
a Close any running programs on your computer.
b Get ready to Start Windows. On your keyboard, Press and Hold Shift key and then, click on Restart button.
c It will prompt you with options, please click on Troubleshoot icon.
d Under Troubleshoot window, select Advanced Options.
e On next window, click on Startup Settings icon.
f Lastly, click on Restart button on subsequent window.
g When Windows restarts, present startup options with numbers 1 - 9. Select "Enable Safe Mode with Networking" or number 5.

Startup Options

h Windows will now boot on Safe Mode with Networking. Proceed with virus scan as the next step.

2 Download our malware removal tool and save it on your Desktop or any location on your PC.

Download Tool

3 Click on the button to start downloading our recommended anti-virus tool. Save it to an accessible location inside your hard drive or clean USB drive if you are downloading from a different PC.

4 When finished downloading, locate and double-click the file to install the application. Windows' User Account Control will prompt at this point, please click Yes to continue installing the program.

5 Follow the prompts and install as 'default' only. There are no changes needed during the installation process.

6 Malwarebytes Anti-Malware will launch for the first time. It is necessary to proceed with software update.

7 After downloading updates, please click on Scan Now button.

8 The tool willl run Threat Scan to ensure that it thoroughly check the PC for any presence of Vista Home Security 2011 and other forms of threats.

MBAM Scan

9 Once the scan has completed, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware will issue a list of identified threats. Mark all threats and click on Quarantine Selected.

10 If it prompts to restart the computer, please reboot Windows.

Step 2 : Ensure that no more files of Vista Home Security 2011 are left inside the computer

11 Click on the button below to download Norton Power Eraser from official web site. Save it to your desktop or any location of your choice.

NPE Download

12 After downloading, navigate its location and double-click on the NPE.exe file to launch the program.

13 Norton Power Eraser will run. If it prompts for End User License Agreement, please click on Accept to proceed.

14 On NPE main window, click on Advanced Scans. We will attempt to remove "Vista Home Security 2011" by thoroughly scanning your current operating system.

Advance Scan

15 On next window, click System Scan to perform standard scan on your computer.

Scan the System

16 NPE will proceed with the scan. It will search for Trojans, viruses, and malware like Vista Home Security 2011. This may take some time, depending on the number of files currently stored on the computer.

17 When scan is complete. All detected risks are listed. Click on Fix Now to remove Vista Home Security 2011 and other known threats. Then, restart Windows if necessary.

Step 3 : Remove the Rootkit Trojan that installs Vista Home Security 2011

Rootkit Remover is a stand-alone utility developed by McAfee. It can be used to detect and remove rootkit Trojan that is associated with Vista Home Security 2011. This tool can detect rootkit that is part of ZeroAccess, Necurs, and TDSS family.

18 Download Rootkit Remover and save it to your desktop or any accessible location. Click the button below to begin the download.

click to download

19 Locate the file rootkitremover.exe and double-click to run the program.

20 When User Account Control prompts if you want to allow the program to make changes on the computer, please click Yes.

Rootkit Remover Scan

21 Rootkit Remover instantly scans the computer and look for presence of Trojans, viruses, and rootkit that is related to Vista Home Security 2011 .

22 Once it finishes scanning the computer, the tool will require you to restart Windows.

Alternative Removal Procedures for Vista Home Security 2011

Use Windows System Restore to return Windows to previous state

During an infection, Vista Home Security 2011 drops various files and registry entries. The threat intentionally hides system files by setting options in the registry. With these rigid changes, the best solution is to return Windows to previous working state is through System Restore.

To verify if System Restore is active on your computer, please follow the instructions below to access this feature.

Access System Restore on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7

a Go to Start Menu, then under 'Run' or 'Search Program and Files field, type rstrui.
b Then, press Enter on the keyboard to open System Restore Settings.

rstrui-win7

c Windows will display list of saved restore points. Select the most recent one to restore Windows to previous working and clean state.
d It may take some time to fully restore back-up files. Restart Windows when done.

Open System Restore on Windows 8 and Windows 10

a For Windows 8 user, go to Start Search, while on Windows 10, use the Start Menu Search and type rstrui.
b Click on the located program to open System Restore window.

rstrui-win8

c Windows will display list of saved restore points if it is active. Select the most recent one to restore Windows to previous working and clean state.
d It may take a while to fully restore back-up files. Restart Windows when done.

If previous restore point is saved, you may proceed with Windows System Restore.

Option 2 : Vista Home Security 2011 manual uninstall guide

IMPORTANT! Manual removal of Vista Home Security 2011 requires technical skills. Deleting system files and registry entries by mistake may result to total disability of Windows system. We advise you to perform a backup of registry before proceeding with this guide.

1 Kill any running process that belongs to Vista Home Security 2011.
- Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on your keyboard.
- When Windows Task Manager appears, look for Vista Home Security 2011 files (refer to Technical Reference) and click End Process.

End Task

2 Delete all registry entries that belong to this malware.
- Press [Windows Key]+R on your keyboard.
- In the 'Open' dialog box, type regedit and press Enter. This will open registry editor.
- Find and delete registry entries as mentioned in Technical Reference section.
- Close registry editor. Changes made will be saved automatically.

Run Regedit

3 Scan the computer with antivirus program.
- Connect to Internet and open your antivirus software. Please update to obtain the latest database and necessary files.
- Restart the computer in Safe Mode.
- Just before Windows logo begins to load press F8 on your keyboard.
- On Windows Advanced Boot Options, select Safe Mode and press Enter.
- Thoroughly scan the computer with your updated antivirus software.

4 Delete all files dropped by Vista Home Security 2011.
- While still in Safe Mode, search and delete malicious files. Please refer to 'Technical Reference'. Make sure that you execute 'End Task' first before deleting the file. Otherwise, the system will not let you perform this action.

Associated Files and Folders:
File Location for Windows Versions:
  • %AllUserProfile% for Vista/7 user is C:\ProgramData while for Windows XP/2000 this is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\
  • %AppData% for Vista/7 refers to C:\Users\<Current User>\AppData\Roaming, while for Windows XP/2000 user it is C:\Documents and Settings\<Current User>\Application Data.
  • %Temp% refers to C:\Windows\Temp\.
Added Registry Entries:

Troubleshooting Guides

Did Vista Home Security 2011 blocks your Internet access?

It is usual that rogue program prevents user from downloading removal tools from the Internet. Thus, infected computer may be denied to access the Internet by making changes to computer's proxy, DNS, and Hosts file. To solve Internet connection problem, please see our guide in fixing a virus-blocked Internet access. Also, make sure that your Windows Host File is free from any malicious entries. View steps in cleaning Windows host file.

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About Marco Mathew

Marco Mathew works as Windows Network administrator before establishing precisesecurity.com. Now, Marco is dedicating full-time to help computer users' fight viruses, malware, trojan, worms, adware, and potentially unwanted programs.

65 Comments

  1. AvatarTony

    i really hope this works. my brother’s been using the computer, so i’m pretty sure thats how it became infected. thank you so much for the post! (:

  2. Avatarchristina cadeau

    hello once again aam writing to you. my computer is having problems and i purchased the the vista home security and while i was writing the reg key it got shut down. I need my computer to be fixed immediatly and am getting annoyed. There is no number provided to call if am having problems. i would really appreciated if you responded or call back at the 347-628-8067. And i will keep writing if you don’t answer

  3. Avatarmario

    thank you for the help. this really pointed me in the right direction as to how to rid this annoying and awful virus from my PC. cant thank you enough!

  4. AvatarAdam

    Hello I am attempting to remove this virus and can’t seem to find the ‘random characters’ process in task manager.
    What should I do? Is it possible that the virus’ name has changed?

  5. AvatarBen

    Open the registry and locate the first entry. Before you delete it, take a look at the address where there should be [random 3 letters]. Then go to the task manager and end that process.

    Thanks for this great guide!

  6. AvatarRick

    This seems to be another variant of one of dozens of rogue spyware removal tools that I’ve seen over the years. Ms. Cadeau appears to be one of the many people who fell for the warnings and spent her money in good faith expecting a real program. I am afraid that you are likely to never get your money back and have little to no recourse. Get your computer professionally cleaned up and get real antivirus software installed (AVG, Norton, etc…lots to choose from, some of them even free). I am currently cleaning a machine using CleanUp and MBAM.

  7. Avatarmercy

    hey guys i had the same problem i download it a program and zzzzz vista home security was there i just download it an antivirus any of them u could choose any my was microsoft essential. i had peace again.

  8. AvatarNatalia

    I deleted Registry Entries that were listed on there but when I tried opening “msconfig” it said,

    This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Associations control panel.

    .. What do I do now?

  9. Avatarnadia

    Hello, this is the 3rd email that I have sent in the last 24 hrs.. I purchased the vista home security software last week, and I continue getting the same box with the choice of purchase full version or activate now. I have tried entering in my reg key, and am still not able to go online. I need someone to reply to this email ASAP as this is my work computer. I cannot go online until this matter is resolved.
    Thank you

  10. AvatarMonster

    If your online and windows pops up saying your computer is infected, and starts scanning for viruses. Just ignore that,and close it out.. because more than likely, that is the virus trying to get into your pc.. it might even ask you to down load their virus protection.. But when you do you just installed the virus.they will even look and resemble the real one.. There’s allot of free virus removal tools available too you .. But they usually would like a donation…So why not donate what you can if they can keep your computer up and running smoothly

  11. AvatarKar

    @ Adam, the process name that i see on my task manager related to this file is “rig”.exe .

  12. Avatarpan

    Hi,

    I you want to get rid of the program, go to system restore

    Right Click it and click run as administrator.

    Then just restore the computer to before you had the virus.

  13. AvatarJo

    These fixs are impossible as the virus will not let me open the registry or the msconfig??? I end the process via task manager but then when I try to open regedit or msconfig it just opens the vista tools again and the rbf.exe opens itself again!

  14. Avatarjake

    Exactly the safe problem as you Jo.

  15. AvatarJames

    Safe mode with command prompt should allow you to run regedit.exe (registry editor) as well as your other virus cleaning software.

  16. Avatarjake

    I managed to get rid of it finally by downloading malwarebytes on my phone, connecting my phone to computer, and transferring the file over then putting the file on my desktop. restarted in safe mode and ran malwarebytes “as administrator”. everything is working fine so far but I’ve been told i should run superantispyware just to be sure.

  17. AvatarSammie

    So wait, if you fell for the scam and bought like the 1yr protection thing, you’ll never get your money back? How would you even go about getting it back I mean is there some kind of number or whatnot…My mom bought it and spent $60 and when I told her what it was she fliped out and wants her money back. $60is a lot and I hope there is a way to get it back…Thank you!

  18. AvatarKay

    Does anyone know where this thing is hiding? I got it, and had to have my system completely wiped. I got it again, but I always go to the same websites, and I’ve never had a problem until now. Where do you get it from? I know how to restore my system, but it’s annoying to have to do it all the time.

  19. AvatarRache

    I had this virus, just kept closing the alerts as I didn’t trust it-looks like I had good reason. I ran security scans with McAfee and it didnt find anything, yet the virus was still there. I have restarted my computer and am running the scan again, it is 5% through and has not detected anything yet, and I fear it will not. All the alerts, blocking of the internet and the shortcut in the task bar concerned with the virus have gone, HOWEVER all my shortcuts have stopped working; it eithere says ‘this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action’ or comes up with different programs to open them in. I thought it may have lost the paths, but, even when I go to start, all programs, and select a program it comes up with eithere of the messages. I am very confused, has the virus done this, and is it still there???
    Can someone please help,
    Thank You

  20. AvatarRache

    54% and still nothing detected :S

  21. AvatarAlex

    Hi guys!

    I got (21.4.2011) the Vista Home Security Virus as well. The name of the program was iir.exe and i got rid of it with malwarebytes (free version 2009) just like jake. So thank u jake a lot! I hope this helps u.

  22. Avatarsarah

    I fixed the Vista Home Security virus by creating a new administrator user account then downloading Malwarebytes on the new admin account. I then ran Malwarebyters on the original infected user account….I had to go in and find the program first… It removed the virus during the first scan and been good to go ever since.

  23. AvatarNatalie

    It’s not allowing me to system restore, even from the command prompt. :(

  24. AvatarTom

    I tried sarahs method and it worked perfectly. Thanks

  25. AvatarDon

    Got the virus last night. Endless hyperbolic and fake scare alerts and scan results try to panic you into buying their protection scam. It shut down my malwarebytes program, microsoft security essentials scan worked once and I removed what it found but the VHS2011 virus survived. The microsoft security essentials scan then,like malwarbytes, wouldn’t work eithere.

    After trying a number of things and researching I was able to restore the system back 5 days. I was then able to open and update the Malwarebytes anti-virus program and run it. It identified a “Rogue” and one other infection which I removed.

    That seems to have worked. Knock on wood…

  26. AvatarJunior

    I dont understand all this. all i know is. i have this virus. and cant get rid of it.

  27. Avatarkate middleton

    Sarah’s method worked for me as well. THANKS SARAH!
    Now that my computer is virus-free I can go on my honeymoon with Will.

  28. AvatarThe Alpha Geek

    No need for all that mess. Just get the latest McAfee Stinger. It’s free and takes all the hassle out.

  29. AvatarKevin

    Just Run an updated copy of Spybot Search and Destroy, AdAware, or Malwarebytes…any of those three free adware/malware removal programs can take care of it.

  30. Avatar123go123

    nod32 antivirus WILL remove it (If you do not have it or do not wish to download it just goto its website and get a free scan it WILL work too)

    I know this will work from personal experiences

    PS. Sometimes the virus will block the internet!

  31. AvatarLaura

    Mine was chm.exe, From what I’m reading online it seems like it tends to be three characters + .exe and the description was the same as the file name.

  32. AvatarPompom

    After trying various options mentioned above, restoring the system worked for me eventually as suggested by Pan. Restore system/centre is located in control panel.
    Thank you Pan.

  33. AvatarJesZer

    I almost fall for the scam, take in to account that when you get this alarm screen it wont let you do almost anything, so i ran to another laptop in the house and googled Vista Home security and it is when i found instructions to enter a fake activation code, kill the software(cntrl+alt+del) and then clean it with antivirus.
    I have used AVG free version it clean the software allright but,
    i don’t have any exe file in my computer i cannot do anything

    i don’t know if AVG delete all the files.exe in my lap or I’m still infected

    i will try the malware portatil you mention above
    i will try to restore to a previous retore saved point

    i anyone have any other idea please let me know.

  34. AvatarST

    I’ve had this happen on two computers. The “security software” had a different name on each computer. Dealing with the 2nd one right now. I’m mad because my antivirus subscription apparently did not do its job. Shouldn’t McAfee prevent this thing from getting through? Now I have to call them and spend an hour watching them clean out the virus. Now that it’s happened on TWO computers I’m asking for a credit from them! How is this thing getting through to computers that are supposedly protected? Ugh!

  35. AvatarSteve

    Why is the FBI cyber crimes division not prosecuting someone over this crap? Most virus creators are hard to find but this one is trying to sell you something so it should be easy enough to follow the money trail when someone purchases this supposed fix to the problem. This is the same as someone walking into my home and taking my computer and smashing it on the floor, but I would rathere they do that because at least then I could get my hands on them and rip their freakin head off….

  36. AvatarRobin

    i have got the solution. I didnt have a restorepoint eithere cos it was shut of. ok here is what u do. You go to the site (on a different computer ofcourse cos u cant get on the internet cos of the virus.
    “bleepingcomputer.com/download/anti-virus/combofix” at the blue link combofix download (its free).
    restart ur computer in the safe mode. i know the virus is still working in the safe mode but that doesnt matter. then start combofix, and let combofix do the work. u dont see much, but it works i garantee. good luck

  37. AvatarMichael84

    I’ve had two friend computer that had this virus. The first one i restored it and it seemed to fix it. But within three days it was back. So I tried the Malware Bytes, this fixed it both times and has not returned. Hope this helps.

  38. Avatargeo+em

    Been trying to remove this for hours, followed instructions above but now none of my programmes (including mozilla, chrome etc) will open. Says there is no associated link. Deleted the registry entries, have we deleted too much? Couldn’t get online to download software and now have no way of getting online to do so. HELP!!

  39. Avatarmandy

    Malwarebytes didn’t detect it until I ended it in Task Manager. My .exe file was just a bunch of random numbers. Doing a full scan now and it’s found 2 infections so far. I hate losers that create these viruses. Why don’t they at least attack someone who deserves it? Like, hack into the big oil companies and jack down the price of gas – that would be awesome!

  40. AvatarDavid Dahl

    My wifes laptop was infected by these scammers, she went as far as to buy the program from them to eliminate the problem that they themselves created! What a scam. Now bought “Spyware Dr.” to eliminate virus. Which was successful, but now trying to get money back from these scammers. My Visa company tells me the purchase merchant is listed as “Pro-Boom.com”, anyone got information on them or a way to contact? Any help would be appreciated.

  41. AvatarSteve

    I talked with a member of this company today and he claims that the previous advertising company is responsible for the pop-ups and he apologized. He told me that it would remove itself after 6 days or I could just advance the system clock at least 6 days and it would remove itself. I advanced the date on the system clock like 20 days and I have been on the computer for a couple of hours now with no sign of anything having to do with Vista Home Security 2011 so it seems to have worked. I advanced the date by going into the bios but I suppose you could just do it from within windows.

  42. AvatarDavid Dahl

    Steve, what planet are you from? Do you realize how much data can be collected from your system in six days?! Share with this site the name of this company or even better, a phone number you have for this company. I suspect you can provide neithere!! “Advertising company error”, if you buy that I have some Ocean front Arizona beach property for you invest in! Wake up and smell the scam!

  43. Avatarzhaba

    Can anyone give instructions for dummies as in step by step starting from how to start in safe mode and thereafter what are the next steps.

  44. Avatarivan

    hello people,did some one know the reg key/? please help me!!!!

  45. Avatarjacob

    bought this didnt work. it was pretty pricy and now i cant get a refund it didnt work, messed up my computer more. now im screwed.

  46. AvatarLaura

    I just did a system restore and mine is back to normal. Its been a week, so I don’t think its coming back. The only place I could have picked this up was some site I clicked on off of Failblog . org I am so fuming mad about it!!!

  47. AvatarJon

    Sorry for my own computer ignorance, but when you run the task manager how do you know which random .exe process is the nasty one, coz they all look random to me! It seems everyone has a different random combo of numbers or letters.

  48. AvatarJonny

    Hey guys, need some help with this one. Nod32 does not even detect this thing…oddly enough because the trial version of spyware doctor did along with a bunch of other threats – but I only had a version that scans and does not clean. I’ve updated the virus definitions on it and performed a full system scan, however it still does not even detect this blasted virus!

    Any suggestions?

  49. AvatarJonny

    Anyone know why eset doesnt recignize this thing as a virus? are they just late in updating their definitions or is it because I downloaded and installed NOD32 after the PC was infected?

  50. Avatarmatthew

    I have had this multiple times, and each time it has gotten harder to get rid of. This time it is even attacking me when I start in safe mode. This time I got the virus malware to stop by opening task manager, finding the randomly name ___.exe, going to properties under general and renaming it(with the f word). The alerts have stopped coming and Im trying to run MBAM but the computer is now asking me what I want to open the install file with… as in the install file is not recognized…. If I use the web to search for something it will bring up firefox(which also if i tried to use the icon it would not recognize and then ask me what i wanted to open it with) and then i can use the net again…..

    anyway ive got malware bytes running now, and ill report back in the morning, also almost installed pc mighty max, thought better of it, googled it, and did not

  51. Avatarnzela

    i followed what pan (no 12) said and just did a system restore which restored my laptop to what it was a few days ago, before the monster got in.
    it seems to have cleared it out. i hope.
    at least it wasn’t there when i started up. maybe it’s waiting out there to get back in again.

  52. Avatarmatthew

    yep, it worked

  53. Avatarpopbeepbop

    mine was foc.exe
    Went to task manager, deleted it, and it stopped! THANKS for the article!

  54. AvatarZoe

    Sara (#22), thank you. I did what you suggested and I seem to have banished it – for now. I was about to throw my pc out of the window. I paid a tech to fix the earlier version of this b.s. just a month ago. Microsoft has to start putting more energy into providing better security functions on their base operating systems and provide security updates that actually do something. Total cra* that we have to pay for security packages to add on. MSoft is making enough $$ – should be able to do better. Next computer for me: APPLE!!!!!!!!!

  55. Avatarcrysty

    please send my the vista home security 2011-unregister version thanks i waiting

  56. AvatarBrian

    I removed the virus and now do not have anything in my control panel. I could use some help.

  57. AvatarSam

    In case the virus doesn’t let you install malwarebytes, install it using the command-line ….works like a charm. For those not familiar with command-line, here is what you do:

    Start -> in search box enter cmd
    in cmd enter the following:

    cd “directory of the malwarebytes install file”
    ex: cd “C:\”

    then type:

    start Malwaarebytes-setup.exe

    …or whatever the name of your install file is. from there, malwarebytes should start.

  58. AvatarRed

    Got the virus, ran spybot- search and destroy that found and delete the virus. All is well. :-)

  59. Avatarfml

    I keep getting denied access to ending some of the .exe processes, the ones that worked made me lose everything on the laptop ..

  60. Avataraggieman

    Just for your info. The easiest way to end the program is by using the following utility from Microsoft technet website:
    download.sysinternals.com/Files/ProcessExplorer.zip

    download it and run it as administrator. you will be able to see all processes running on your system and can kill them at your leisure.

    also i found that the version of vista home security that was on this computer was running as a process called kcb.exe. if you pay attention you will see that it is trying to make a bunch of outbound remote desktop connections. thats the one you need to kill.

    i also used malwarebytes software to remove the problem and the computer im fixing is up and running again. hope this helps

  61. AvatarForcefulFighter

    I’m currently in the process of removal my virgin media security hasn’t picked it up yet but IV found the file mine Its vaf.exe it will vary for the rest of you. But load up task manger then try to open your internet go back to task manager look for vista security in applications right click on the program and.click open processes it will open the next tab and highlighted will be the offending file right click it and click end process tree it will stop the program. Run the file suggested and hopefully it will work other option is to start on safe mode to get into that just turn your PC off and when starts back up run safe mode some will need to start with safe mode with networking like my self as my virgin security requires active internet to run. All you that are after a key here’s. It is ( there is no key) for it is a virus to con you out of your money and some of you have paid. Here is another bomb you won’t get your money back. I feel sorry for yas but make sure you get ride of it then tell people as it will be a matter of time for when they get it.

  62. AvatarMark

    Used Vista Restore function to get computer running, but would not allow McAffee to scan. Downloaded malbyteware (stopzilla) and scanned. Looks good for now. Will not ever use IE again. Running Firefox. Thanks to everyone that posted and malbyteware.

  63. Avataredwyn

    i successfully remove vista home security by manual procedure, but after that i cannot open any programs (microsoft office, internet… etc) it says not supported… anyone who could help on my problem i really appreciate very much.

  64. AvatarAl

    Kaspersky will remove and protect you from this

  65. AvatarNoober

    Ruagghh, hope this works

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