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Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert from Windows XP: Quick Uninstallation Guide
How Dangerous is Trojan.FakeAlert?
Unluckily, Trojan.FakeAlert is a virulent threat, first spotted in the beginning of 2017, appears to be designed for taking control over compromised Windows XP and perform vindictive activities that would be beneficial for threat actors. In fact, it developed by highly skilled threat actors. Though, it has no bug. During threat analysis, we saw the threat has no unique features. Just like other malware, Trojan.FakeAlert might hijack your web browsers and replace your browser's homepage/search engine with malicious domain and cause countless redirects. Even, it may install several spyware extensions or plugins on your Internet Explorer. Moreover, it may slow down your PC performance and cut down your Internet speed as well as use your internet data for loading unnecessary pages or malicious files or updates from remote servers. Such malware could encipher your important files using military grade cipher and demand ransom payment. Worse, while your Windows XP is compromised with the malware, Rip Out hackers may have control over your PC.
Trojan.FakeAlert : Distribution Source
- Misleading websites: Torrent sites and less reputed online software stores deliver Trojan.FakeAlert to your PC using deceptive methods. They might suggest you to use customized downloader before downloading any file or software. Please note that customized downloader always performs optional programs installation along with your regular download.
- Bundled Programs: nowadays, most of all free programs come bundled up with optional programs when you install any of such programs, your PC gets penetrated with Trojan.FakeAlert.
- Spam Emails Attachments: in various campaigns, threat actors use email services to deliver Trojan.FakeAlert to your PC as an important attachment file along with phishing text.
- Infected USBs: when you plug-in infected USB drives to your PC, the virus enters to your Windows XP without any consent.
Few Common Characteristics of Trojan.FakeAlert virus
- Infected Windows XP may be acting weird including unwanted browser redirects, slow Internet speed, presence of unwanted files or programs on the PC etc.
- Your private files may have been modified/deleted without your authorization.
- Important files may have become useless or encrypted and may be featuring weird extensions.
- You may be seeing suggest to buy products or install fake security software while your online session.
Therefore, we recommend you to keep reliable security software installed and updated on your each PC to get real time protection against such threats. Now, you must initiate Trojan.FakeAlert Uninstallation procedures given below:
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Manual Uninstallation Guide to Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From PC
Method 2: Uninstall Unwanted Processes of Trojan.FakeAlert from Task Manager on your Windows Machine
Method 1: Turn on your PC into ‘Safe Mode with Networking’ to Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert Safely
For Windows 8.1/10 Users
Step 1. First, click on Start menu then hold Shift button and from the Power option select Restart.
Step 2. Now you see a blue screen entitled as ‘Choose an option’. Choose ‘Troubleshoot’ from there.
Step 3. Next, you need to click Advanced option.
Step 4. Then you must choose Startup Settings.
Step 5. Finally, you see ‘Enable Safe Mode’ option, click it and click on Restart button.
Step 6. Next, press ‘F5’ button to enable Safe Mode with Networking option to proceed deletion of Trojan.FakeAlert from your computer.
For Windows XP/Vista/7 Users
Step 1. Press Windows Button and from Shut down select Restart.
Step 2. Now during the Restart process, keep pressing ‘F8 button’ continuously.
Step 3. Next, you see Advanced boot menu on your computer screen. Choose Safe Mode with Networking to proceed removal of Trojan.FakeAlert from your PC.
Method 2: Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert from Task Manager on your Windows Machine
For Windows 10/8.1/7/Vista/XP Users
Step 1. Press and hold ‘ALT+Ctrl+Del’ buttons continuously on your keyboard.
Step 2. Click Task Manager from the displayed options.
Step 3. Now, you must find malicious/suspicious processes and kill them by selecting End Task option.
Method 3: Effectively Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert from Control Panel in Windows
Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert From Windows 10
Step 1. Press Start button and select Settings from the menu.
Step 2. Choose System option from there.
Step 3. Next, You have to click Apps and Features option to find and Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert
Step 4. Finally, there you see list of all installed programs including malicious programs, select Trojan.FakeAlert and click Uninstall.
Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert From Windows 8.1
Step 1. Press Win+R button to open Run Box on your PC.
Step 2. Type ‘control panel’ (without quotation mark) and hit the Enter button to open ‘Control panel’ on your system running Windows 8.
Step 3. Select ‘Uninstall a program’ from Programs menu.
Step 4. Now you need to find Trojan.FakeAlert or other suspicious programs, select it and Rip Out one by one by clicking on ‘Uninstall’ option.
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From Windows 7
Step 1. Press Windows Logo key on your keyboard.
Step 2. And then click ‘Control Panel’ from the the Start Menu.
Step 3. Select Uninstall a program option from the Programs menu.
4 Finally, you are at the place where you can find and Rip Out Trojan.FakeAlert and other malicious software from your PC with ease.
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From Windows XP
Step 1. First, go to the Start Menu and select ‘Control Panel’.
Step 2. Now, click on Add or Rip Out programs option.
Step 3. Find Trojan.FakeAlert and other suspicious programs and Rip Out them immediately
Method 4: Effectively Eliminate Malicious Registry Entries created by Trojan.FakeAlert from Windows system
Step 1. Access Run Box by Pressing Win+R keys on your PC.
Step 2. In Run Box, type ‘regedit’ and hit Enter.
Step 3. Next Windows Registry will be opened on your PC screen. Find and Rip Out all registry entries associated with Trojan.FakeAlert carefully.
-HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” = ’0
Method 5: Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert from Major Internet Browsers – Internet Explorer
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From IE 8:8.00.6001.18241
Step 1. Launch IE and go to Manage Add-ons from Tools menu.
Step 2. A new window opens, from there click on Toolbar and extensions.
Step 3. Then simply find Trojan.FakeAlert from there and click Rip Out.
Step 4. Also find and Rip Out any other entry associated with this virus.
Steps To IE 8:8.00.6001.18241 Browser
Step 1. Close all IE 8:8.00.6001.18241 Windows.
Step 2. Select the Advanced tab, and then select Reset.
Step 3. In the Reset IE 8:8.00.6001.18241 Settings dialog box, select Reset.
Step 4. When IE 8:8.00.6001.18241 finishes applying default settings, select Close, and then select OK.
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From Mozilla Firefox:38.1.1
Step 1. You can always Rip Out unwanted add-ons by clicking the “Firefox” menu option at the top of the Firefox window and selecting “Add-ons.”
Step 2. Select “Extensions or Appearance or Plug-ins.”
Step 3. Pick out the add-on – Trojan.FakeAlert you want to deactivate and click the “Disable” button then Restart Mozilla Firefox:38.1.1.
Steps To Mozilla Firefox:38.1.1 Browser
Step 1. Open Firefox, Click the icon that looks like three stacked lines at the top right of the browser window.
Step 2. Select the question-mark icon at the bottom of the drop-down menu.
Step 3. Select ‘Troubleshooting information’ in the slide-out menu.
Step 4. Select the ‘Reset Firefox’ button at the top right of the new Web page.
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From Microsoft Edge
Step 1. Launch Microsoft Edge.
Step 2. Select More (…) to open the menu.
Step 3. Select Extensions from the menu.
Step 4. Right-click the extension – Trojan.FakeAlert and select Rip Out, or select the extension and click the Rip Out button.
Steps To Reset Microsoft Edge Browser
Step 1. Access the “Settings” menu by clicking the three horizontal dots in the upper right corner of the Edge window and choose “Settings.”
Step 2. Under Clear browsing data, tap “Choose what to clear” and then click “Show more.” There are a lot of data types here. Select them all and click “Clear.” Restart your PC and re-open Edge for a clean slate.
Uninstall Trojan.FakeAlert From Chrome 58.0
Step 1. Start Mozilla Firefox:38.1.1 and go to Tools, there select Add-ons Manager.
Step 2. Next, from left panel click on Extensions option, find Trojan.FakeAlert extension or any other unnecessary extension viruses and then Rip Out them immediately by clicking on Rip Out.
From Chrome 58.0
Step 1. On your Windows system, launch Chrome.
Step 2. At the top right, click More Settings.
Step 3. At the bottom, mouse click Show advanced settings.
Step 4. Under the section “Reset settings,” click Reset settings.
Step 5. In the box that appears, click Reset.