AVE.exe Virus Removal
AVE.exe Removal Tool –
AVE.exe is part of one of many fake antivirus programs, which include Total XP Security, Total Vista Security, Win 7 AntiMalware 2022, Total Win 7 Security, Win 7 Smart Security, Vista Security Tool 2022, XP Security Tool 2022, XP Defender Pro, Vista Defender Pro, XP AntiMalware 2022, Vista AntiMalware 2022, XP Smart Security 2022, and Vista Smart Security 2022. AVE.exe is similar to AV.exe and PW.exe.
The programs are clones of each other. For removal help with AVE.exe, please click here to view our official guide to remove Total Vista Security.
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File Location (Windows XP) – C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Local Settings\Application Data\ave.exe
File Location (Windows 7 and Vista) – C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\ave.exe
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Joe March 17th, 2023 at 5:15 am
1. Simply search your Registry for “ave.exe”. Delete “C:/path/ave.exe” /START , everything else in the line is windows default. It could be another executable, or “%1″ %*
2. Then search for “ave.exe” in all your folders and delete.
You need to stop it from running before you can delete it. It sets the registry to make .exe files open ave.exe before it opens the default program. If ave.exe opens it will do all the registry writes again.
If this virus coder is smart, this is only a decoy to hide a more inconspicous virus that will capture you changing all your passwords, when you think all is well by removing ave.exe.