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Sunday, April 10, 2011

MS Recovery Tool – scam. How to remove MS Recovery Tool malware

Have you ever heard of such viruses as System Tool and MS Removal Tool? Well, the sad news is coming – their successor has just been developed by the team of cyber frauds and criminals who are aiming to get your money without giving anything good in response. The name of this new malware is MS Recovery Tool. They promise you that MS Recovery Tool is some excellent anti-virus tool that you have been looking for many years and finally have found, but the truth of the matter is that all their promises are just the bunch of lies that must not be treated seriously, whereas MS Recovery Tool program must not be tolerated by you.

As it was already mentioned in the first paragraph, the developers of MS Recovery Tool scam only strive for getting money from unwary users. They have developed their product in such a manner that it will be launched together with every Windows startup. By the way, user directly does not participate in the installation process of MS Recovery Tool. The infiltration of MS Recovery Tool virus occurs due to leaks in the system security and other available privacy and security vulnerabilities that might take place on the compromised computer. Moreover, the installation of MS Recovery Tool infection may take place when user is surfing some Internet pages or downloading some applications from unsafe resources, which may contain the main executable of this infection. Whatever the case might be, sooner or later user would see MS Recovery Tool main program window in front of his/her desktop. This is when the main plot of the game is being disclosed – this is exactly when MS Recovery Tool starts its really malicious activity on the attacked machine. It would arrange plenty of fabricated system scans with very many scary reports at the end of such scans. Such scary reports include the information about enormous amount of viruses and threats on user’s computer. Needless to mention, users should not trust these fake reports, not any single word. MS Recovery Tool would no doubt offer users to buy the full version of MS Recovery Tool in order to have all those above-mentioned fake infections and viruses removed. So far this is the only goal of MS Recovery Tool – to make you pay for its full or registered version. However, it really does not matter what kind of version you are using… Trial or registered version – they are equally useless and helpless. Therefore, do not trust MS Recovery Tool promises and make sure to completely disregard anything connected with MS Recovery Tool virus.

At this time you should realize that you need to remove MS Recovery Tool malware immediately from your workstation. You may do it either automatically or manually. The choice is, of course, yours, but manual removal might not always be effective though. We recommend automatic removal of MS Recovery Tool virus using GridinSoft Trojan Killer. Please be so kind to watch the video below on how to remove similar video – MS Removal Tool. The removal procedure of elimination of MS Recovery Tool virus is similar to removal of MS Removal Tool. Watch the video carefully and follow its guidelines.

For automatic removal of MS Recovery Tool please follow these guidelines:

  1. Download Process Killer application developed by GridinSoft Trojan Killer and run it. It can be downloaded from this site: The download of Process Killer application is necessary to terminate the process of MS Recovery Tool virus.
  2. You might need to restore your Internet connection by removing the proxy override (as shown at the video provided below).
  3. Now you may download GridinSoft Trojan Killer and run it in order to get rid of MS Recovery Tool virus.

MS Recovery Tool manual removal:

Delete MS Recovery Tool files:

c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]

c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random]

c\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].exe

Delete MS Recovery Tool registry entries:


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Ms Recovery Tool”

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce “[random].exe

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\MS Recovery Tool

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