If you can’t get rid of Security Sphere 2012 malware there is a good news for you and for your computer. There is a solution on how to delete this annoying and persistent scam from the system contaminated with its malicious files and registry entries (by the way, there is just one file and just one registry entry). So, it seems that the removal of Security Sphere should not be that difficult, but there is one stumbling stone, and that is the fact that this rogue blocks your Internet browser from downloading any kind of anti-virus application able to remove it. In the same manner the malware does not let you run the already existing and installed anti-viruses. It even blocks the task manager, can you believe it? Well, forget about all pessimism due to Security Sphere 2012 virus aggression and start thinking positively. There is a key to successful removal of this scareware. We have just elaborated the excellent video tutorial on how to get rid of this type of malware. The video guide will tell you in all the details how to do it, but before you watch the video please review these important steps on how to delete Security Sphere virus successfully.
- Go to “Start” menu, click “My Computer” or choose your browser (whatever one is available).
- In the address field insert the phrase http://trojan-killer.net/download/pkiller.exe
- Download Process Killer application (“pkiller.exe”) and save it to your desktop or other preferred folder.
- Rename “pkiller.exe” to “explorer.exe” and run “explorer.exe”. This will kill the malware process of Security Sphere 2012.
- Shut down (close) Process Killer application.
- Download GridinSoft Trojan Killer from this site: http://trojan-killer.net/download.php
- Install GridinSoft Trojan Killer and run it.
- Delete the detected threats upon termination of the scan with Trojan Killer.
- Reboot your computer. It is also recommended to scan your PC with free tool from Kaspersky Antivirus called Kaspersky TDSS Killer downloadable from this site.
Keep in mind that Security Sphere 2012 is the successor of such fake anti-virus programs (rogues) like Personal Shield Pro, MS Removal Tool, Essential Cleaner and many others. Their removal is typically the same, so if your system has been compromised and is now under the impact of these pests please don’t hesitate to use this guide to immediately deal with them and wipe them totally off your system.