How to remove Fake Adobe Flash Player install
Fake Adobe Flash Player install description
Trojan.Ransomware is a trojan which covers its traces under the Adobe Flash Player’s name. it presents itself as legitimate installer, however, it is trying to commit an SMS fraud.
Once active, trojan makes a copy of itself in %ALLUSERSPROFILE% and then displays fake pop-up in Russian. Trojan tends to trick user into sending an SMS to receive a registration key for full installation of Adobe Flash Player application. This is a fraud. Do not believe any information this trojan displays. It only gains to get money from unwary users. You better choose decent security software and terminate the trojan that will help to get rid of annoying pop-ups.
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How to manually remove Fake Adobe Flash Player install
To get rid of spyware such as Fake Adobe Flash Player install you need to remove processes, search and delete registry keys, DLL and other Fake Adobe Flash Player install related files from your computer.
Take Note: The manual process of removing spyware from your computer is difficult and puts you at risk of damaging your computer. We advise using our automatic Fake Adobe Flash Player install remover.
- Uninstall Fake Adobe Flash Player install from Control Panel
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. Double click to uninstall.
Delete Fake Adobe Flash Player install registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Fake Adobe Flash Player install"
To open registry editor click Start > Run > type "regedit".
Warning! Manual registry entries editing may cause damage to your system.
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