How to Remove WizzRSS Virus (BikaQ.exe Malware)Removal on Monday, March 20th, 2017 in
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WizzRSS falls under the PUP category. It’s a potentially unwanted program that creeps into your system undetected. And, then proceeds to wreck it more and more each day. The more you extend its stay, the more problems it throws your way. That’s why, it’s so important to take immediate actions against the cyber threat. As soon as you discover its existence, take measures to get rid of it. You’ll avoid countless grievances and headaches with its prompt removal. And, your future self will certainly thank you for it. Do what’s best for you and your system. Make sure to earn thew gratitude of your future self. Find and delete the malicious program as soon as it clues you into its presence. You won’t regret it as it’s the best thing you can do. WizzRSS is hazardous, and buries you in problems. Redirects, pop-ups, system crashes, slower PC. And, those are the minor inconveniences. The minor frustrations. Don’t wait around for the major ones to come about. Find and delete the WizzRSS infection. Do it now.
How did I get infected with WizzRSS?
WizzRSS doesn’t pop up out of the blue. The tool has to get invited into your system. It has to seek permission to enter, and can only get in after you allow it. No approval, no admission. So, as you can imagine, the tool does its best to get it. Since it’s bound to seek permission, it pulls out all the tricks. After all, if it outright came and sought your okay, you can deny it with ease, and move on. And, the infection cannot have that. So, it doesn’t leave anything to chance. It uses slyness and subtlety to ask for your approval in the sneakiest way it can. So sneaky that if you’re not attentive enough, you don’t even notice it. And, that’s the whole point. The program needs you not to notice it, so it can slip by you unnoticed. Infections, like WizzRSS, prey on your distraction, haste, and gullibility. They use them to their advantage, and slither in undetected. Do yourself a favor, and don’t grant them. Don’t make it easier for a cyber threat to access your system. Be thorough and vigilant every time you’re allowing something into your system. A tool, an update, it doesn’t matter. Be extra cautious, and always take the time to read the terms and conditions. Due diligence goes a long way. Remember that next time you’re dealing with freeware. Or, a supposed update. Or, spam email attachments. Or, anything. Choose caution over carelessness. You’ll increase the odds of keeping an infection-free PC.
Why is WizzRSS dangerous?
The WizzRSS program also goes by as the BikaQ.exe infection. But it’s bad either way. Whichever name you use to address it, you’re in quite the mess. And, your predicament only worsens by your inaction. As was already mentioned, the more time the tool spends on your PC, the worse it gets for you. That’s because, by extending its stay, you grant it more opportunities to make a mess. And, you best believe, it takes advantage of each one, you grant it. After the infection settles on your system, it doesn’t take long for it to make its presence known. Your grievances tend to begin with your browsing. All of a sudden, you start to suffer a variety of intrusions. Every time you open your browser, a new tab, surf the web, or do anything at all, you face disruptions. You get redirected to suspicious websites. You get flooded with pop-up ads. And, nothing is reliable. All, the PUP shows you, falls under the ‘untrustworthy’ category. If you make the mistake of clicking anything you see with WizzRSS on your PC, you’ll regret it. Take the ads, for example. They’re bundled with various malicious tools. If you press a pop-up, by choice or accident, you agree to install said tools. You give them passage into your system, the same way you did the WizzRSS infection. Do yourself a favor, and don’t click anything the program shows you. Ignore the pop-ups and redirects. Or, even better, make sure to stop them from appearing altogether. Remove the cyber plague, you’re stuck with, and the disruptions will end. If you delay deletion, don’t get surprised when your situation worsens. For one, your system starts to crash more often. Also, your computer slows down to a crawl. Not to mention, the security threat, you face. Oh, yes. The pesky PUP places your privacy in jeopardy. It spies on you from the moment it invades. Its goal is to steal and expose any and all private information it can. It keeps track of your browsing activities from day one, and catalogs your every online move. After it determines it has cataloged enough data, it proceeds to hand it over to strangers. The unknown third parties that published it, to be precise. Malicious individuals with questionable intentions. Are those the people you want to have access to your private data? Protect your personal and financial information. Don’t stand idly by and let it fall into their hands. Do what’s best for your system, and privacy, and delete the PUP. WizzRSS has no place on your PC. It brings nothing but troubles, headaches, and altogether unpleasantness. Get rid of it the first chance you get. It’s the best course of action you can take, and you won’t regret it.
How Can I Remove WizzRSS?
If you perform exactly the steps below you should be able to remove the WizzRSS infection. Please, follow the procedures in the exact order. Please, consider to print this guide or have another computer at your disposal. You will NOT need any USB sticks or CDs.
- Open your task Manager by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC keys simultaneously
- Locate the process of BikaQ.exe and kill it
- Open your windows registry editor by typing”regedit” in the windows search box
Navigate to (Depending on your OS version)[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] or
and delete the display Name: WizzRSS
Simultaneously press the Windows Logo Button and then “R” to open the Run Command
Locate the WizzRSS program and click on uninstall/change. To facilitate the search you can sort the programs by date. Review the most recent installed programs first. In general you should remove all unknown programs.
Navigate to C:/Program Files and delete WizzRSS folder. Double check with any antimalware program for any leftovers. Keep your software up-to date!