PC anti virus disabled and ubder threat

  BingoBoy 20:39 03 Jan 09
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I am not sure what has happened to my PC which is protected by NTL Netguard but I now seem to have something called Internet Antivirus Pro that keeps flashing up warnings such as Warning! Threats detected and Spyware Protection Disabled. I have run a virus scan through Netguard and only two files came up as infected with a games virus then rebooted. But on restart this Internet Antivirus Pro takes over and does a scan which came up with 30 files infected. It keeps asking me to register it and activate it and also informs that my computer is at risk because I have no anti-virus software installed even though Netguard initialises on start up. Can anubody help before I lose all my important information which is what Antivirus Pro is saying is happening right now.

  Cockney Rebel 20:47 03 Jan 09

Found this on Google click here

  recap 20:47 03 Jan 09

I would suggest that you try one of the free anti virus programs around such as AVG click here for the download.

  brundle 20:48 03 Jan 09

Ddownload and run Malwarebytes Antimalware. click here

I would also recommend you rid yourself of Netguard, it's the same as, and as ineffective as Blueyonder/Virgin's PCGuard. click here

  brundle 20:49 03 Jan 09

Download and run Malwarebytes Antimalware. click here

I would also recommend you rid yourself of Netguard, it's the same as, and as ineffective as Blueyonder/Virgin's PCGuard. click here

  User-1229748 20:55 03 Jan 09

internet antivirus pro removalclick here

  User-1229748 20:56 03 Jan 09

sorry i didn't see brundles post :o)

  BingoBoy 22:50 03 Jan 09

Brundle - thanks for your response. By coincidence I found Malwarebytes by googling before I receive your post and have used it to good affect as it appears to have cleared it from my PC after a 45 minute scan found 46 infected files. As a complete technophobe could you give me a step by step guide on how to remove Netguard and the same for an instal of an alternative as per your link.

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