In Progress PC Driver Program I Top VPN

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PCHF Member
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Dec 31, 2020
I downloaded this software program by mistake. It,s call I Top VPN. I cannot get rid of it and it keeps trying to down load changes to my computer, Driver updates etc. I have tried managing the files and sub files. I have tried send or coping the sub files for this program to the recycle bin, No Good. It keeps comming back. Anyone know how to get rid of an invasive file like this POS ??""""" Other than erasing or resetting my hard drive.


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PCHF Member
Dec 31, 2020

Try this,it should work on removing that software..

"' Thanks for the Help with this. This software had infected every file in my computer.The uninstaller had to delete it from all the files it had fragmented it self into. glad I joined PC Help forums


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Jan 10, 2015
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Hi there,

Just as a precaution, I would like you to run MBAM for me please.

We need you to run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) to get a log. Please download the free version of Malwarebytes HERE

Save the file to somewhere you can easily find it. Double click the saved file to start the install, accept any security warnings that may appear and after the install click the new desktop icon
to start the program. We need to modify a couple of things with Malwarebytes before we use it so please follow the steps below.

  • If the dashboard is not already displayed select it.
  • Then select Update to get the latest definition database.

  • Next we need to change a scanning option, select Settings on the main menu
  • Then Detection and Protection on the left.
  • Then select Scan for rootkits in the detection options, as well as the other two options already checked.

Now return to Dashboard on the main menu and select Scan Now at the bottom of the screen.

  • Allow Malwarebytes to scan your system. It may take some time depending on how much data loaded onto your hard drive. When the scan is finished any threats will be listed for action. Ensure all threats are selected, and click Remove Selected

A dialogue box may open and ask to restart the computer, if so select Yes

Once the computer restarts open Malwarebytes again and select History on the menu bar, Application logs, then click the scan just completed, then click Export, choose text file. Name the text file and select a location, preferably the desktop and close Malwarebytes.

Please copy and paste the contents of the text file in your next post :)