System Care Antivirus is part of a never-ending series of fake antispyware programs that all offer slight variations on the hot pink design and the faux-frightening alerts and warnings. You don’t have to be a computer genius to see that System Care Antivirus and its brethren are fake, but that doesn’t make them any easier to remove.
System Care Antivirus gets around the internet through phony promotional websites, social-networking links, and trojans attached to torrent downloads. If you got this pest on your computer, it’s probably because someone was visiting some shady internet neighborhoods or downloading something they shouldn’t have touched. In any case, having a good antispyware program like STOPzilla could have prevented the infection in the first place.
But now that you have this infection, there are really only two things you can do. One is get STOPzilla or one of the other actual security programs and run a full system scan in Safe Mode With Networking. The other is to go into your PC’s innards and remove all the bad files one by one, along with the registry entries. Obviously, this is only for advanced PC users.
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Delete System Care Antivirus registry entries:
Delete System Care Antivirus files:
%CommonAppData%\[random numbers and chars]\[random numbers and chars]
%CommonAppData%\[random numbers and chars]\[random numbers and chars].exe
%CommonAppData%\[random numbers and chars]\[random numbers and chars].ico