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Malwarewipe is a form of spyware that infects computers
without the computer user's knowledge. Removal of this
application is possible manually and with legitimate
Malwarewipe is also a form of adware
that attempts to tease the computer owner into purchasing
the full scale program through a series of false messages.
Malwarewipe will falsely inform computer owners that
they have spyware, Malware, and/or viruses that will do
inordinate amounts of harm to their computer unless they
purchase a full version of Malwarewipe.
Typically, the threats will suggest that the security and
privacy of the computer and the personal data stored on it
has been compromised. The threats are aggressive in
nature and use very deceptive means to
trick computer users by targeting their fear of unwarranted
and unwanted access to their personal data. The messages
will indicate that the only way to remove the threats is to
purchase, install, and use the Malwarewipe program.
Malwarewipe, commonly packaged with pirated websites or
adult sites, is
installed on computers without consent or notice.
It poses a moderate level security risk to the infected
computer. Additionally, unwanted advertising may be
generated and displayed on the computerís desktop.
Malwarewipe actually tracks the userís internet or
browser habits and uses them to send targeted messages
specific to visited website categories. Furthermore,
Malwarewipe can be configured to begin its start up upon the
start up of the computer. Additionally, it is possible that
Malwarewipe will initiate the installation of other
essential that Malwarewipe be removed from your computer as
soon as possible.
Various Trojans, that are in fact annoying and insidious,
use the program to the detriment of the computer.
Traces of the file should be evident as:
Malwarewipe can hijack your browser and its home page and
redirect it to another website. Rogue software applications,
such as Malwarewipe, will cause your computer to perform
sluggishly. It clogs your bandwidth for your Internet
connection. It can create new desktop icons or shortcuts.
Annoying pop ups are also generated by Malwarewipe, further
disrupting your time on your computer.
defense against Malwarewipe is to completely uninstall and
delete all processes, DLL files, registry keys, and any
other DLL files, files from your computer.
following instructions can be used to manually remove
Malwarewipe from your computer.
Follow these steps if your operating system is Windows
95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows 2000, or
Windows XP in the classic view:
Click the start located in the lower left corner of your
Click on settings.
Click on control panel.
Now double click on the add/remove programs icon in the
Next, select the entry for Malwarewipe.
You will now need to click the add/remove button. If you
do not have this button, click the change/remove button.
Follow the prompts that appear in order to complete the
the operating system Windows XP in the default view, follow
all of the above steps with the exception of click on
settings. This will not be present on your menu and
therefore, you will go directly from start to control panel.
It may be necessary to reboot your computer and run through
the above process again. If no sign of Malwarewipe is
present when you open the list of installed programs, then
you have achieved success.
However, if it is still present, then these criminals may
have updated and or further hidden their malicious dll or
exe files . If it is not deleted, then you may have to take
additional measures, such as the purchase of a legitimate
spyware removal tool.
We recommend and use ParetoLogic AntiSpyware.