# System Armor Virus Removal Guide

SystemArmor is a fake anti-spyware program that tries to trick users in to paying for its software license and it belongs to the well-known Wini family of viruses. It gets installed on a user’s computer by using Trojan viruses that get downloaded from shady websites on the internet. These Trojans download all the files necessary to install SystemArmor from the relevant websites and proceeds to install System Armor without the user’s knowledge. It then proceeds to load itself as a startup program and performs a large number of fake scans on the system reporting that the system is dangerously infected with malicious software. All this activity can drastically slow the user’s operating system. SystemArmor then urges the user to purchase a license to the ‘full’ version of the software, claiming that the currently installed ‘trial’ version is insufficient to remove the detected ‘threats’. However, it is important to remember that the so-called ‘full’ version of SystemArmor is just as incapable of scanning or cleaning any system as the ‘trial’ version is.

## System Armor

If you find a copy of this rogue software on your computer, you should immediately take steps to remove SystemArmor. In order to remove SystemArmor, you need to stop its processes, delete its files and folders and remove its registry entries.

## System Armor Manual Removal Procedures

The first step towards SystemArmor removal is to stop the following processes:

• SystemArmor.exe
• uninstall.exe

The next step you need to take in order to delete SystemArmor is to remove the following files and folders from your system:

Windows XP:

• c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\SystemArmor.lnk
• c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SystemArmor
• c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SystemArmor\1 SystemArmor.lnk
• c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SystemArmor\2 Homepage.lnk
• c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SystemArmor\3 Uninstall.lnk
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\SystemArmor.exe
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\uninstall.exe
• c:\WINDOWS\system32\<randomgt;.exe
• %Temp%\<randomgt;.exe

Windows Vista/7:

• c:\%USER%\Desktop\SystemArmor.lnk
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\SystemArmor.exe
• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\SystemArmor\uninstall.exe
• c:\WINDOWS\system32\<randomgt;.exe
• %Temp%\<randomgt;.exe

## System Armor Registry Removal Proedures

File removal alone is not sufficient to properly delete SystemArmor. It is required to delete the following keys and settings for complete SystemArmor removal:

• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SystemArmor
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\SystemArmor
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SystemArmor
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "<random>.exe"
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "SystemArmor"

At this point your computer should be completely safe from SystemArmor and related threats.

## System Armor Directories:

• c:\Program Files\SystemArmor Software\

Outside Resources:

http://www.im-infected.com/rogue/remove-systemarmor.html

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