AnyProtect (also known as AnyProtect Backup) offers such feature as an opportunity to store and backup your data in an online storing place. Although that sounds like a great feature, you should think twice before installing this program on your computer. Don’t be surprised if AnyProtect program may appear on your system right after you install an unfamiliar freeware. It has been reported that this application may travel bundled with various freewares. Furthermore, if you read the end-user license agreement (EULA) section of this dubious program, you will clearly see that AnyProtect is supported by advertising: “Some AnyProtect products may be supported by advertising revenue and may display advertisements and promotions on the product. Such advertisements may be targeted to the content of information stored on the AnyProtect products, queries made through AnyProtect products or other information.”.

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To rem0ve AnyProtect:

Windows 8

  • Open your Control Panel (Type ‘Control Panel’ into the search box and click on it to open.)
  • Click ‘Uninstall a Program’
  • Right click on ‘AnyProtect’, then select ‘Uninstall/Change’.
  • ollow the on-screen prompts to finish the uninstall process.

Windows 7 & Vista

  • From the Start Menu, select ‘Control Panel’.
  • Under Programs click the ‘Uninstall a Program’ link.
  • Right click on ‘AnyProtect’, then select ‘Uninstall/Change’.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to finish the uninstall process.

Windows XP

  • From the Start Menu, select ‘Control Panel’.
  • Click the ‘Add or Remove Programs’ icon.
  • Right click on ‘AnyProtect’, then select ‘Uninstall/Change’.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to finish the uninstall process.

Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, and XP in Classic View

  • From the Start Menu, select ‘Settings’, and then ‘Control Panel’.
  • Double-click the ‘Add/Remove Programs’ icon.
  • Right click on ‘AnyProtect’, then select ‘Uninstall/Change’.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to finish the uninstall process.


How to Remove PUA ‘AnyProtect’

Use the instructions below to automatically remove PUA ‘AnyProtect’ and other malware, as well as automatically repair internet browser settings if needed.

Remove with Reason Core Security
  1. Install the free version of Reason Core Security.

  2. When the installation begins, you will see the Reason Core Security Setup which will guide you through the installation process.

  3. Once installed, Reason Core Security will automatically start a quick "welcome" process. When this completes it will run an initial scan which should find this and all additional adware threats on your computer. When it finds it and the scan completes, you will be asked to run a quick or full scan.

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  4. After the scan you will see PUA ‘AnyProtect’ and other malware, adware and PUPs Reason Core Security has detected. Check all items you want to remove and click the "Remove Checked" button.

  5. Reason Core Security will now remove PUA ‘AnyProtect’ and other malware it has found.

Remove with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
  1. Install the free or paid version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

  2. Once Malwarebytes is installed, run the program. If you are using the free version of Malwarebytes you will be prompted to update the database, please do so.

  3. On the first tab labeled “Scanner” select the Perform full scan option and click the Scan button to perform a full system scan. Malwarebytes will automatically detect PUA ‘AnyProtect’ and additional third-party malware infecting the computer system.

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  4. Once the malware scan is over, Malwarebytes will prompt a notice stating malicious objects were detected. Select the malicious objects and click the Remove Selected button to completely remove the malicious files from your computer




Ways to Prevent PUA ‘AnyProtect’ Infections

Take the following steps to protect your PC from PUA ‘AnyProtect’ and other viruses. Suggested tools and security programs within installed software helps prevent the same threats on your PC.

Install an effective anti-malware program
Your first line of defense would be an effective security program that provides real-time protection. We have a list of anti-malware programs that are tried and tested. It does not only scan files but also monitors your PC and blocks infections from occuring. Click on the link below to download our recommended anti-malware program.

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Always update your installed software
Software publishers constantly releases updates for programs whenever a flaw or security exploit is discovered. Getting these updates makes your computer more secured and help prevents Trojans, viruess, malware, and PUA ‘AnyProtect’ similar threats. If in case your program is not set for automatic updatse, it usually offered from the publisher's web site, which you can download anytime.

Secure your web browser
It is becoming increasingly popular for attackers to compromise computers through vulnerable web browsers. An insecure web browser can lead to viruses being installed on your computer without your knowledge, attackers taking control of your computer, stealing your information, or even using your computer to attack other computers. We highly encourage you to maximize the setup to tighten the security of your browser. While making your browser more secure helps reduce the risk that someone will be able to use it to compromise your computer, it is still important to have safe computing habits so attackers get fewer chances to try. Don't click on unknown or unsolicited links or open unexpected attachments. Don't download files, programs or tools unless you are positive they are safe.

Apply full caution when using the Internet
The Internet is full of fraud, malware, scams and many forms of computer threats including PUA ‘AnyProtect’. Implement full caution with links that you may receive from emails, social networking sites, and instant messaging programs. It might lead you to malicious sites that can cause harm to your computer. Avoid strange web sites that offer free services and software downloads as these downloaders typically bundle unwanted software that lead to virus infections.



Use Windows System Restore

if you have been infected by PUA ‘AnyProtect’ you migt be required to restore yoru computer to a previous saved state. During an infection, PUA ‘AnyProtect’ drops various files and registry entries. The threat intentionally hides system files by setting options in the registry and might install a rootkit. With these changes, the best solution is to return Windows to previous working state is through System Restore. Even if your standard AV has removed the infection it might be the safest aleternative. To verify if System Restore is active on your computer, please follow the instructions below to access this feature.

Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7
  1. Go to Start Menu, then under 'Run' or 'Search Program and Files' field, type rstrui.
  2. Then, press Enter on the keyboard to open System Restore Settings.
Windows 8 and Windows 10
  1. Hover your mouse cursor to the lower left corner of the screen and wait for the Start icon to appear.
  2. Right-click on the icon and select Run from the list. This will open a Run dialog box.
  3. Type rstrui on the 'Open' field and click on OK to initiate the command.
Next,
  1. Continue on the steps and choose a desired restore point. All saved restore points are listed with corresponding date, time and description. Please click and read ‘How do I choose a restore point?’ for additional guide. system-restore-7
  2. Typically, only the most recent restore points are shown. To view older saved data, please choose “Show more restore points.”After choosing a restore point click Next.
  3. If prompted to Confirm your restore point, please click on Finish to begin the process.
Note, System Restore will not bring back lost personal files such as documents, images and videos. System Restore specific purpose is to bring back previous configuration and change the system state of Windows.


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