WebProtect virus Removal Guide

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WebProtect is a program that downloads updates for particular adware programs. If you think that WebProtect is a virus, you have probably paid no attention to the installation of some free program. The so-called WebProtect virus is distributed along with adware programs, some of which may be installed as browser add-ons. Once installed, WebProtect launches its processes, PCProtect.exe*32, which is published by Objectify Media, and postcollect.exe*32. Additionally, the program creates such files as psetup.exe, webprotect.dll, and ss_take.exe in the Programs File directory.

The WebProtect virus operates as an adware helper, which means that it is capable of preventing unauthorized changes on your computer. However, the primary goal of the program is to warn you about phishing websites and online threats so that your personal information remains intact. An analysis of this adware helper has showed that the program is capable of displaying pop-up windows; hence, our security researchers have categorized it as adware, whereas some other researchers may ascribe it to the category of potentially unwanted programs. Nevertheless, WebProtect can be removed from the computer by certain security programs, and we recommend that you use SpyHunter.

The reason why we advise you to rely on a spyware and malware removal tool is the fact that the uninstaller of WebProtect may not work. Moreover, it has been discovered that the WebProtect may add browser plug-ins to the browsers. The browser plug-ins might collect some information about your browsing behavior and send the data collected to third-parties.

The WebProtect virus is known to be distributed along with unreliable programs by download managers such as Premiums Installer and Air Software. The download managers may distribute adware, trial versions of system optimization programs, media players and fake updates for Internet browsers and other software programs. The odd are that your computer contains one of the unreliable programs, so should you find out what the actual security status of the computer is.

Technically, WebProtect is not a virus but it is regarded as such because it is installed without your permission. Such occurrences could be prevented if you installed a reputable security tool. Our recommended spyware and malware prevention tool can fight off ransomware, browser hijackers, fake anti-virus programs, and many other malicious programs, so, if you want to be secure on the Internet, take some action right now.

If for some reason you want to get rid of the WebProtect virus by yourself, use our removal guide.

How to remove the WebProtect virus

Windows 8

  1. Move the mouse pointer to the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  2. Right-click.
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Click Uninstall a program.
  5. Remove WebProtect.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel and select Uninstall a program.
  3. Remove the unwanted program.

Windows 8

  1. Press Win+R and type in control panel.
  2. Click OK.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove WebProtect.

Do not forget that you should provide the system with protection against malware, which is not possible with simple scanners.

Download Remover for WebProtect virus *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

WebProtect virus Screenshots:

WebProtect virus
WebProtect virus

WebProtect virus technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1PCProtect64.dll330624 bytesMD5: 02301d454602d0f04268332810745328
2RegisterMyOSProtect.exe265584 bytesMD5: 946d0df78f7bc6fcaa7690956f2d8307
3MyOSProtect64.dll350768 bytesMD5: bd7ea9aecc6e518f26aec7b3da2ceb50
4wp_us_1402-6ac27449.exe5758504 bytesMD5: 20c8a6ad65741678811b2c237bb16945
5pcwtc64f.sys24064 bytesMD5: b5aab452c9ad325d3728f8272303d1d0
6PCCertInstaller.dll182288 bytesMD5: 3b82bbece671402e3021c16f3c191a82
7RegisterMyOSProtect64.exe308584 bytesMD5: dc32db1869f7fe61d94663391e3e4c1f
8monitor.exe38043 bytesMD5: 4a909c4cabf6927b11a1bb191cde2b1e
9wp-adinject-som.212.exe6250802 bytesMD5: ef1e610623d59587ec7583b54133b716
10uninstallhelper.exe790853 bytesMD5: cfea0f1dd88608251d968172d80482df
11file.exe184216 bytesMD5: 237608d1877eb2a9d369764c41053153
12MyOSProtect.exe1317848 bytesMD5: b233b19fe23a7297143b1a434fae1691
13postcollect.exe48501 bytesMD5: 0244d0b696aa1a3bf755ba2e9356b1d5
14precollect.exe46842 bytesMD5: c3d87d947ba5e16351b53db2ee2b20c1
15pcwatch.sys19840 bytesMD5: 3182a7b614220dd26804589bd910e28d
16WPUninstall.exe353023 bytesMD5: bd111e804d1b60e6020d852d6950d03f
17pcwtc64r.sys37376 bytesMD5: 2ac43a7c2355d89536012de860fe6614
18PCProxyDLL.dll827392 bytesMD5: 6a70902f610446f57da80651ed222569
19wp-dcollect-asc.300.exe5080928 bytesMD5: ee823c6493ebd20aed2ed337f1c8030f
20Uninstaller.exe241167 bytesMD5: 2a2b487af1b8fe5be996d299abf703ae
21MyOSProtect.dll304776 bytesMD5: 0b85ececdb98c8e86df6cb5e7491e7b1

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