How to Remove Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp?

Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp Information:

Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp is a dangerous Rootkit that appears in security scans and websites by a rogue anti-spyware named AntivirusDoc. Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp’s biggest danger is scaring you into wasting $49.95-$79.95 on AntivirusDoc withnumerous fake scan reports.

Manual Removal

Note: If you are not proficient with computer, it’s suggested that you backup your registry before manually removing Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp. And double check the entries that you are going to delete, or your computer can’t work for missing some files.

The files you need to delete:

%Program Files%\Malware Defense

%Program Files%\Malware Defense\help.ico

%Program Files%\Malware Defense\md.db

%Program Files%\Malware Defense\mdefense.exe

%Program Files%\Malware Defense\mdext.dll

%Program Files%\Malware Defense\uninstall.exe

%UserProfile%\Desktop\Malware Defense Support.lnk

%UserProfile%\Desktop\Malware Defense.lnk

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Malware Defense

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Malware Defense\Malware Defense Support.lnk

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Malware Defense\Malware Defense.lnk

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Malware Defense\Uninstall Malware Defense.lnk

Delete the following registry entries:





HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Malware Defense”


Please, be aware that manual removal of Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp is a cumbersome task and can not always ensure complete removal of the malware, due to the fact that some files might be hidden or may get reanimated automatically afterwards. Moreover, manual interference of this kind may cause damage to the system. That’s why it’s strongly recommended automatic removal of Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp, which will save your time and enable avoiding any system malfunctions and guarantee the needed result.

Automatic Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp Removal:

1. Restart your computer and keep pressing F8 Key before Windows launches. Use the arrow keys to select the “Safe Mode with Networking” option, and then hit ENTER Key to continue.

2. Download Spyware Cease (Spyware Cease review), install it and update its database to the latest. After that, restart your computer so as to make Spyware Cease fully functional. Repeat Step 1 into Safe Mode and run an Online Scan of your computer so that Spyware Cease can detect all potential malware in your system.

NOTE: If you have problem installing Spyware Cease, you can download this correction script, unzip it and then double click to run it. It will correct your registry settings that the virus has modified. Then double click the program and finish the installation.

3. After the Online Scan finishes, click “Details” for the malware detected to make sure that your important data are not infected and removed. Ignore or select the scan result and click “Remove” to remove the threats. Reboot your computer and let Spyware Cease delete all detected virus.

4. Click to repair your corrupted registry

Why should you need to repair the registry?

As we all know, virus and Trojans modify and destroy system registry and make the computer malfunction so that the computer will not perform normally. Even if the virus and Trojans are removed, the registry is still destroyed or modified, so the computer still has problems. That’s the very reason why you need to repair the registry. At the meanwhile, some virus and Trojans leave some DLL files in the registry and this will cause strange DLL errors and affect the computer performance.

To make your computer run as perfectly as before or much faster than before:
1. Download and install Multi-Awarded Registry Tool.
2. Run a full scan of your registry.
3. Click “Repair Problems” and repair all errors detected.


After these 3 easy steps, your computer will run much faster than before within minutes!

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