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how can 48 hours trial period be reduced to 5 minutes of a well-known a antivirus/antimalware program.


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hi,

i scanned computer with a well-known antivirus/malware program.it found the problems but i have not the full version of the program.so this software says to wait for 48 hours to remove viruses.

but 48 hours is very long time. i tried to reduce this waiting time to 30 minutes by forwarding my computer clock but this trick did not work several times.

do any technician know how to reduce this waiting period any other way.

this is also not illegal as it is not a hack or crack.

thanks.

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Hi!

 

Yes, it is possible, this software can store the trial period in the Registry or in a server using the Internet connection.

However, I wonder what software you used because there are many free software to remove malware on Windows.

I only use Malwarebytes and its free version is largely sufficient for occasional use. 👍

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Any software that treats you like that is in effect behaving like scareware - so it's probably BS and anyway, there are plenty of free alternatives such as malwarebytes. Even Windows Defender is pretty good these days.

 

PS - why not tell us the name of this anti-malware software?

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its name is SpyHunter-5.10. it removes those viruses which are hardest to find, its even good than malwarebytes.i am not doing stealth advertisement for it.

 

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SpyHunter Complaints

Complaints about SpyHunter have occurred off-and-on since 2002. For a while in 2004 and 2006, some consumer product review sites have even listed it as a “suspect” or “rogue” piece of software that may not be safe (see Resources). Originally it was viewed as malicious because Enigma used deceptive advertising that reported to ad-viewers that their PC was infected. The company has addressed these issues but still has many complaints online because it often advertises itself as free while its virus removal tool requires a paid subscription.

 

https://itstillworks.com/spyhunter-vs-malwarebytes-23586.html

 

I would be inclined to view "SpyHunter" with a healthy dose of scepticism ... uninstall and avoid this dogshit is my advice.

 

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@vefiyo SpyHunter is just a piece of rogueware/scareware whose purpose is to impress and terrify the user into buying a license key.
This explains the high number of "threats" it has detected on your computer. The scan is very time consuming and not very effective, and the software also loads directly at the Windows startup so that it can display as many misleading pop-up windows as possible.


Besides, there's no guarantee that the software will completely remove the "threats" it has detected once it has been activated.
Moreover, the refund seems to be very difficult, if not impossible on the part of the publisher. There are many reviews on forums of all nationalities that indicate that the company does renewal subscriptions, which isn't a mark of trust at all.

 

I tested it on my PC and here are some screenshots of the "detected threats":
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Of course, all of these items are false positives: the software detected the files of Universal Extractor 2 as Trojans, as well as the launcher of Mp3tag Portable and the DLLs that were created when I coded my keygen for Glary Utilities. 😒

 

In any case, I strongly advise you against using this kind of software, which only brings problems. If you want to detect and remove all threats from your PC, use Microsoft Defender, Malwarebytes and/or AdwCleaner. You can also use free alternatives to these pieces of software if you want.

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On 9/12/2021 at 7:21 PM, vefiyo said:

i tried to reduce this waiting time to 30 minutes by forwarding my computer clock but this trick did not work several times.

Perhaps the software checks the real time online.  If possible try the same method without internet connection.  Disconnect you internet connection, change the clock and restart.  It may work.

However as many other members mentioned, I also advise against using this software, but it's your decision brother.

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8 hours ago, vefiyo said:

please tell us the registry trick for education purposes only .

thanks .

 

No, no, no!  It's dogshit software - uninstall and avoid this rubbish.

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@vefiyo As me and @wolfie told you, this software is completely useless and even dangerous in certain conditions. You alone will be responsible for your actions if you encounter problems while using it. It makes absolutely no sense to crack it when there are free alternatives.

However, software store generally the pieces of information in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE" or "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE" Registry keys, or in a file stored in a hidden folder, like %APPDATA% or %ProgramData%.

If you really want to reverse SpyHunter, do your own searches and investigations.

 

I'm going to ask a moderator to close this topic as we have solved your problem and there's no need for further discussion. Put the reactions you want on my messages, I don't give a damn, your ignorance will lose you.

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