How to Remove Malware Professional 2010 | Malware Professional 2010 Removal Guide



Malware Professional 2010 is a rogue security application. It is not a trusted malware removal utility and I hope users won’t be fooled by their claims of problem on their system that it claims only can be removed if you pay for their software. Unfortunately many users may be tricked into getting this software on their computers. Once installed it will raise all sorts of popups complaining about viruses and other problems on your computer. You should know that all of these claims are falsified and the main problem on your system is malware professional 2010. Read on for how to remove malware professional 2010.


First go to the control panel and try to uninstall malware professional 2010 through the add/remove programs link. If that works, great – this is going to be easy. Next download, update and run a scan with malwarebytes antimalware or superantispyware and then follow that up with a virus scan from a trusted antivirus application such as AVG/avira or perhaps an online scan from trend micro or similar. Make sure it’s a trusted application.

If that didn’t work, go ahead and download and install malwarebytes antimalware from the virus removal toolkit page. While you’re there you may also wish to download process explorer. It may come in handy later in this process. If you are unable to install malwarebytes antimalware you may try the following. 1) rename the installer from mbam-setup.exe to something else…. iexplore.exe and then retry the install, update and scan. 2) reboot into safe mode with networking and retry the install (possibly also using 1 above.) 3) Continue with the next step of removal which is killing off the running processes associated with malware professional 2010 and then retry your install, update and scan.

You may wish to block the following domain to prevent further problems:

malwareprofessional.com

The following process is associated with this rogue and should be killed off using the task manager. If you are unable to launch the task manager, then try the following 1) copy and paste taskmgr.exe to the desktop. Then rename it (firefox.exe might be a good choice) and retry to launch it. 2) boot into safe mode and see if the processes listed below are running. 3) you may use process explorer instead of task manager to kill off the following process:

Malware Professional 2010.exe

The following folders should be deleted to move on with your manual removal of malware professional 2010:

%docs%/All Users/Start Menu/Programs/Malware Professional 2010
%progfiles%/Malware Professional 2010

After this you should have completed most of the hard part of the removal of malware professional 2010. After this I would still install, update and scan with malwarebytes or superantispyware and install, update and scan your computer with a trusted antivirus program. (Web based is fine as long as it’s a legitimate/trusted antivirus.)

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