Hallmark Card Virus (Again) and the Evil AntivirusOn.com

Ms. Ducktoes really feels for the readers whose computers have the Hallmark card virus. So many of you are still coming to this blog for a fix. This has been going on for months.

Since so many of you are still getting infected, today I went on-line to do a more research. I was wondering if there were any new variants etc.

What I found troubled me:
This Google search result for

The links lead to a Youtube video which pretends to be a Tutorial but really is an ad for AntispywareOn.com, a rogue anti-virus site that will give you–you guessed it–more spyware and viruses. You can play the video without getting infected but don’t go to AntivirusOn.com. The video’s not much to see; it’s mostly obscured by big letters telling you to go to AntivirusOn.com. Click here to see the video.

Now here’s a video that’s more interesting. The video maker “Video search engine” infects a virtual machine with what you get on AntivirusOn.com and makes a video of the result. And, oh dear, the result looks surprisingly familiar: like another variant of the Windows XP Antivirus 2008/2009!

Ms. Ducktoes wants to stamp her (web) foot, she’s so sick of the Hallmark card virus and the Windows XP Anti-virus!!!

If you have the Hallmark virus, don’t go to AntivirusOn.com and even get more spyware and viruses. I’m sure some of you have already.

If you need to remove the Hallmark Card virus, the Windows Xp Anti-virus 2008/2009 or any other spyware, try this first.

If you already have bad spyware problems and can’t download the anti-spyware abovego here for a fix.

Good luck and as always your comments are most welcome.

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Remove Windows XP Antivirus 2008 and 2009 with Spyware Doctor

Ms. Ducktoes is still in a flap due Windows Xp Anti-virus 2008/2009. Too many people are losing everything on their computers and having to reformat their hard drives. People are losing irreplaceable family photos. Businesses are losing all their contacts and documents at enormous expense.

If your computer is infected, you can fix it without losing your precious photos, music, business data, and files. Spyware Doctor with Antivirus is one easy, no fuss solution. And as a bonus, afterward, your computer will be safe against future infections of other types of malware. Otherwise if the malware progresses, you’ll may lose everything and end up hiring a tech to reinstall your operating system. Save yourself a lot of trouble and cost now and by using this top-rated anti-spyware. It repairs Windows XP Antivirus and many other difficult malwares.

Windows XP Antivirus 2008/2009 is a rogue antivirus. It is made by criminals in Russia. They’re trying to get your money by invading your computer. Their malware manufactures fake alerts about trojans and spyware right on your desktop. Eventually it’ll wreck your operating system. And if you actually buy this fraudulent product, the owners steal your credit card numbers. And then flood your computer with even more spyware and malware. It can be difficult to remove and hides deep in the coding of the operating system. Once removed, it tends to return.

So all you darling ducklings out there everywhere, never buy anything that creates ads or alerts right on your desktop. No legitimate company invades your desktop (nest-top) like that.

The creators of this destructive malware are generating many, many versions of their malware. This is to make it difficult for anti-spyware and anti-virus programs to catch, remove, or heal all the different variants. Elizabeth Rood of PC Tools says, “…last count, we have defined at least 22 variants of the program being offered. They (creators of Windows XP Antivirus 2008) update the program every week, however, so keeping up is tricky. I believe the changes in the program behavior are being randomized via an automated programming method.”

To get rid of this menace once and for all, this is what she and I recommend:
1. Instead of just Spyware Doctor, purchase Spyware Doctor with Antivirus.
2. Update Spyware Doctor with Antivirus and then run multiple scans.
3. After running one full scan, reboot in safe mode (Restart computer, tap F8 as computer starts up, choose Safe Mode.)
4. It typically takes more than one scan to remove it.

I found Spyware Doctor with Antivirus very effective against Windows XP Antivirus. If you just want to get rid of this terrible danger to you computer easily and prevent future dangers of all types, then get Spyware Doctor with Antivirus. It’ll remove Windows XP Antivirus now, at this instant. Click the small ad of Spyware Doctor below.

If you need help with the install, let me know, and I’ll help you via phone or remotely over the computer.

Call 403-483-0105.

Click here for my e-mail.

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How to Remove Windows XP Antivirus 2008/2009

If you are one of the millions of people whose computers are infested with the nasty malware Windows Antivirus XP 2008/2009, don’t despair. It’s hard to remove but can be done. I’ve fixed it in four computers now. I tried many different things, but I had the greatest success with SD Fix and Malwarebytes.

Download SD Fix by clicking here. Then you’ll need to reboot into Safe Mode by restarting your computer. As the computer starts up, tap the F8 key several times. If you tap it at the right time, you’ll a screen with several options will appear. One will be Safe Mode. Choose Safe Mode. Next, after a list of drivers is displayed in black and white on your screen, you’ll be asked if you want to go into Safe Mode (Y) or if you want to use System Recovery (N). Pick Y for Safe Mode.

After Windows has started. Go to My Computer and find the C: drive. Double-click it, so it will open. Look for a folder called SD Fix. Inside SD Fix will be a file called RunThis.bat. Click on it. It will run a program to clean up the Trojans. Type Y to begin. SD Fix will delete all the spyware or trojans it comes across. Then you’ll be asked to type any key to restart the computer. Do it, type a key.

Your computer will reboot. As it does, it will finish cleaning up the malware it has found.

Next download Malwarebytes. Update it and run it. It is pretty straight-forward.

You may have to run the above two programs several times to finally get rid of this nasty of all nasties.

If, after removal you find you’re missing your screensaver tab, you can go to my this post to fix it. To see if you’re missing your screensaver tab, go to Control Panel, Display. One of the tabs should be Screensaver.

If you were unfortunate enough to buy this rogue antispyware, you need to call your bank and get a new credit card number. Also you should stop payment on your purchase.

If you want help, and your computer still has the ability go on the Internet. I can fix your computer remotely. Call 403-483-0105 during the day (Mountain Standard Time.)

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