Saturday, November 18, 2017

Remove Smart Fortress 2012

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One thing I know well is the Smart Fortress 2012 interface. The malware client is not new. This client has been around for years now but under different names.

It’s near imposible to track down and punish the makers of these rouges. Smart Fortress 2012 removal is not as hard as one may think. Great instructions can be found on this http://www.removevirus.org/smart-fortress-2012 guide. You may also want to look at this http://www.pctechguide.com/virus-removal/how-to-remove-smart-fortress-2012 guide as well.

The most frustrating thing this virus does is block other program like AV clients from running. The programs are all blocked by the virus from starting up. This can make the task a little hard for many. If you are able to download and install an antivirus client then that is the simplest way to remove this threat.

Great Tips to Make removing Smart Fortress 2012 Easier

Windows has a System Restore for a reason, this is the perfect time to use it. It’s a lot like a time machine and you can send your PC back to when the virus was not installed. From there you can run a full virus scan to ensure everything was removed.

You may also be able to boot into safe mode with networking and download an antivirus client, this should work well for many. I have tested this option out a few times and it seems to work for many antivirus clients, not all but many.

Manual removal is always an option but it will require you to stop the malware client from running before you can remove it. Once you stop a single .exe file on the system the program will most likely stop running and you can then delete the rest of the virus traces and take back your computer. I personally find this rather easy but for those with no virus removal experience it can be a challenge.

This virus hides in the C:ProgramData\ folder. At this point you should be able to view the files and folders by the date they were installed. Have the most current dates listed first. Then compare the file dates to when you got infected. Chances are there are only 1-4 files and folders around the date you were infected. The file in question will not make any sense at all and be a jumble of letters and numbers. That file will be the one or will contain the file you need to stop. Re-name the folder and files. The virus will now no longer load and upon re-boot should not be active.

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