How To Remove Home Antivirus 2010 and Its Fake Alerts


19.07.2009

Scare tactics are a good way to scare people. That’s why they’re called scare tactics, and I hate them. If you thought that scare tactics won’t get to you then you might be wrong. Home Antivirus 2010 sounds familiar? Well, if you heard of it and if you are scared then you should know that you don’t have to worry at all as Home Antivirus 2010 is a fake antivirus that uses scare tactics to make computers users to buy the fake software.

If it’s not clear yet then continue reading this: Home Antivirus 2010 is an antivirus software that when installed, creates a bunch of new files, and when you are going to use the program to scan for infections, it will list the newly created files as a virus. However those new files are not a virus as Home Antivirus 2010 just “wants to be bought” by users. Home Antivirus 2010 says that you can remove the trojans and the spyware only if you purchase this software, and it will display a lot of fake security alerts.

Just ignore these alerts and everything will be almost OK. If you want remove Home Antivirus 2010 and its fake alerts then follow the steps below:

  1. Download, unzip, run Avenger.

  2. Check: Scan for rootkits and Automatically disable any rootkits found.

  3. Copy / paste HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun | Home Antivirus 2010
    Folders to delete:
    %ProgramFiles%HomeAntivirus2010

  4. Click Execute.

  5. Download, install, run MalwareBytes Anti-malware (MBAM).

  6. Perform Quick Scan.

  7. Click “Remove Selected” to remove Home Antivirus 2010 from your computer.

Please note that we haven’t tested this method, but others did and it worked OK. If you want to use it then it’s not our fault if it doesn’t work. Read more about it here.

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