Live Security Professional

What is Live Security Professional?

Live Security Professional is a rogue antispyware application also known as fake antivirus program. It is still hard to tell which rogue family this infection comes from, but the fact is that this application is a dangerous threat that should be removed from your computer immediately. Live Security Professional generates a number of malware infection symptoms trying to convince you that your system is infected with multiple threats, but all is done in order to push you into purchasing a product that cannot deliver. Instead of following the rogue’s instructions, you need to remove Live Security Professional from your computer immediately.

Where does Live Security Professional come from?

Although some computer security sources claim that Live Security Professional is a rogue program from WinWebSec family, it is actually very likely that it is a stand-alone application. However, that does not mean it is any less dangerous than all the other rogues that we know. The fake AV enters your system behind your back. Rogues have many ways to arrive at the target system, and most often they employ Trojan infections or spam email attachments to enter your computer. You should also be careful about what websites you visit and what programs you install on your PC, because third party websites and freeware have lately been used quite often in malware distribution.testtesttesttesttest

What does Live Security Professional do?

Once the infection takes place, Live Security Professional performs particular changes in your registry, and as a result the program can load automatically whenever your system boots. Thus, when you turn on your computer, Live Security Professional will pop up onto your screen and then initiate a full system scan. The scan is false and so are its results, because they are generated in order to push you into purchase the “registered” version of Live Security Professional.

Apart from performing a fake system scan, the infection also displays false system notification messages and even blocks a number of legitimate programs from running, saying that a particular program is infected with malware, and you need to close it in order to protect your system:

Live Security Professional
Live Security Professional has blocked cmd.exe! Threat detected!

How to remove Live Security Professional?

Needless to say, that legal program cannot be the cause of malware infection, and Live Security Professional only wants to stop you from acquiring legitimate system safeguard application, so that you would not be able to remove the malware. As long as you do not reveal your credit card information to this infection your financial savings should be safe, but you need to remove Live Security Professional from your system as well, otherwise in the long run you could experience an ultimate system crash.

Automatic Live Security Professional Removal

In order to remove this rogue automatically you should first register it using the activation key below:


All the fake notification and other infection symptoms will disappear for a time being, and you need to make use of this time to terminate Live Security Professional for good. Run a full system scan with SpyHunter to find what other infections besides the rogue are present  a legitimate antimalware tool and remove Live Security Professional automatically. Do not forget that an automatic malware removal tool will also protect your system from similar threats in the future. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Manual Live Security Professional Removal

Some users choose to remove rogue applications manually, although that is not recommended unless you are an experienced computer user.  Keep in mind that you can easily delete important registry files if you are not sure what you are doing, so carry on with the manual Live Security Professional Removal only if you really know what you are doing.

Kill these processes with Windows Task Manager:%CommonAppData%\[Random]\[Random].exe

Remove the following registry entries with Registry Editor:

Delete these files:


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