Aug 2, 2011

Dr.Web Enhanced Protection Mode.

Dr.Web Enhanced Protection Mode is just an alert generated by agent that serves hackers.
The agent generates popup  that pretends to be a notification on behalf of the above security solution.
It informs on switching the antivirus into the extra security mode due to the risk of PC damaging by severe threat. According to the alert, user needs  not to take any action, and simply let the antivirus settle down the issue.
Alas, the alert repeats too frequently and annoys user. Besides this alert, there is a desktop toolbar notification that announces protected status of computer system. It is also issued in the name of Dr.Web.
The endpoint of all those alerts would be system disordering unless removal of  Dr.Web Enhanced Protection Mode misleading alert is performed in a due time.
In their turn, the rascals masterminding the tricky affair expect users to pay misleading activation fee. In no case should one act as the hackers suggest, for that would neither put an end to the particular case of the scam, nor  facilitate its global-scale eradication.

Kill malicious Processes from Task Manager: 
  • OTS.exe
  • sysdriver32.exe
  • systemup.exe 
 Location of the infection:
  1. %Users%\[UserName]\Downloads\OTS.exe
  2. %Windows%\l1rezerv.exe
  3. %Windows%\systemup.exe
  4. %Windows%\sysdriver32.exe
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Dr.Web  Enhanced Protection Mode”
Although it is possible to manually remove fake Dr.Web Enhanced Protection Mode, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend  malware and spyware removal applications.

After removing all these files, restart your computer and the issue will be fixed. And don’t forget to do update your Security Software, check the Firewall Settings and the Operating System and finally do a full system scan with the Security Software.


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