XPPolice Removal

XPPolice is a rogue security program designed by hackers to look like a legitimate security tool to the user. This is an infection that should be removed immediately once detected, as it has the ability to affect your operating system by disabling files that are necessary for proper function. XPPolice advertises to users through aggressive and misleading security alerts, and is incapable of performing what it claims. It may also place additional malware on your PC, and collect information about your online activities, including private information such as personal passwords or credit card data. Often when malware such as XPPolice resides on your PC, you will notice symptoms such as a slow running computer, pop-up ads and browser redirection.

Recommended Action:
Remove Immediately

AKA:
FraudTool.Win32.XPPolice,
XPPolice Antivirus

Manual Removal:
XPPolice may be removed manually, but it is a difficult process that is not advised due to the danger of severe damage to your computer. To remove XPPolice manually, you must kill all associated running processes, then detect and remove all files and values related to XPPolice. To remove XPPolice automatically, it is recommended that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which is designed for this purpose.

Related Files:
xppolice.exe

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3 Responses

  1. Nasir Scott says:

    I got it somehow trying to download a video and at first thought it was an update. I was wrong, This is a False program that claims you have viruses, and a ton of problems in the hope of you buying there fraud program. I soon found out I couldn’t uninstall it and it blocked me from opening my Task Manager. So I had to reformat the computer, because I hadn’t heard about this site. But it’s not too late, because I’m going to use it from now on.

  2. Selena Kurtis says:

    I was downloading a game and I got this annoying xppolice mallware trojan virus thingy.It’s a pain in the ass to remove and it just installs randomly. I didn’t download anything yet it installed itself and done it’s damage. Thanks to Spyzooka, now it’s gone.

  3. Frank Weaver says:

    When my computer was suffering from the XPPolice spyware, Spyzooka did give me hope that there was a way to fix the computer.
    It is a best product on the market in this category!

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