Remove Security Soldier

Security Soldier

Security Soldier

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Security Soldier is a direct clone of Save Soldier and a few others.  This software from our testing needs to be manually installed.  Once installed on a system it will auto scan and show false scan results.  What makes this software a little different then other fake security suits is it dumps a few hundred false traces in the Windows folder.  While these traces by themselves don't seem to cause any harm it is annoying. Users will also get false warnings of being hacked and false warnings about other threats.  Anything this program tells you is a lie.  Simple as that.It will also show a security shield that uses the same graphic user interface as the real Windows one.  There it will recommend you purchase Security Soldier to protect your computer. Don't fall prey to this.  It's a scam and you should follow the bellow guide to remove it. You do need to run a full system scan. 

Some symptoms of Security Soldier:

  • Bogus Scan results
  • Auto Scans on Start-up
  • Warning coming out of a fake shield in the system tray
  • pop-ups and re-directs to the fake software's website
  • constant warnings of being infected as well as false statements of other trojans

Manual removal instructions for Security Soldier ( Please read our disclaimer below )

Good news!  Looks like the Windows System Restore works for this client.  All you have to do is a system restore and you will be done.  Go to Start > Acc Kill Security Soldier processes: ( Learn How to Kill a Process Here. Opens in new Window )

  • Skun2zno3.exe
  • Security Soldier.exe

We do recommend you run a full scan using SpyHunter » download. Even if you do not intend on purchasing the product it will help to stop the virus from re-installing and re-activating while you manually remove it. Also it will inform you of any new changes to the file names. You may need this if it mutates. Delete Security Soldier registry values: ( Learn How to Edit Registry Here. Opens in new Window )

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun "Security Soldier"
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun "Skun2zo3"

Delete files: ( Hint ) Most of these files will be in the %Program FilesProtection System directory.

  • c:Program FilesSecuritySoldierSecuritySoldierSecurity Solder.exe
  • c:Windowsskun2z03.exe

Delete directories: ( Please note that in most cases everything in this folder can be deleted. Just be sure it's the correct folder 😉

  • c:Program FilesSecuritySoldier

Please keep in mind that viruses mutate and change all the time. Do expect the above to change around a little. However this guide should work well for you and any experienced pro will be able to follow it and figure out the traces if they mutate. If you do not feel comfortable deleting files and the like then consider purchasing an Antivirus Client

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