About Malware 2009: Malware 2009 is a program which displays fake security alerts and pop-ups that warn about computer infections. The pop-ups will then urge you to run an anti-malware scanner in order to remove the bugs from your computer. Once you click the pop-up, you’ll reach an advertisement page faking to be a scanner. You will then be alerted about malware on your computer, and prompted to download and install Malware 2009 in order to protect your computer. Once this happens, your the trojan will begin its attack on your computer, putting you at serious danger of corrupted files and identity theft.

Malware 2009 is a rogue that is promoted by the Trojan Vundo infection. Once installed it will automatically load every time you start your computer and alert you about malware that must be removed. These infections, of course, are fake, and your problems will only get worse before, during, and after the installation, download, and purchase of Malware 2009. Bundled with this awful trojan is another trojan, it’s called C:WindowsSystem32wcenter.exe, which displays a fake Windows Security Center display on your desktop. It’s purpose is to display fake alerts through this medium in order to prompt the user to purchase the Trojan software. It’s a big mess.

As if running a computer with a trojan like this one isn’t bad enough, Malware 2009 will also slow your computer down to a crawl. The constant popups and fake threat alerts will distract and slow down the user. It’s an awful piece of spyware that is gaining as of this writing. To remove this malware and the Vundo Trojan infection, you should use a trusted automatic spyware and anti-virus removal tool.

In order to remove Malware 2009 you need to delete all its parts at once. This can include but is not limited to:

1. Removing all Malware 2009 related processes (any malicious EXE files) 2. Removing any associated DLL files (Dynamic Link Library) 3. Removing any malicious .lnk files associated with the virus 4. Go into the registry, locate and remove dangerous files in following directories

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE HKEY_CURRENT_USER

Manual removal is strictly recommended for advanced computer users.

Why? Because if you delete the wrong registry files, you may cause serious harm to your computer. Not only is that a threat, but additionally if all files that make up the virus are not removed, the infection will regenerate the next time the computer is started up. For this reason, I recommend a proven, automatic Malware 2009 removal tool. Your malware 2009 problem can be solved in minutes, with live protection and protection from future attacks.

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About Malware 2009: Malware 2009 is a program which displays fake security alerts and pop-ups that warn about computer infections. The pop-ups will then urge you to run an anti-malware scanner in order to remove the bugs from your computer. Once you click the pop-up, you'll reach an advertisement...