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Bytefence Key



Getting the bytefence anti-adware means that actually you are getting a strong online and offline service against malicious files. The riskiest activity for any system is browsing. Being on the internet for some time means that your system can get injected with viruses of any kind. The bytefence helps in detecting, diagnosing, and correcting the system. The purpose of the malicious files is to intrude into your system and steal important data on the system. Bytefence makes sure that access to dangerous sites is blocked and the system remains safe.




Bytefence Key



It is always essential to get an authentic system for protecting the system and bytefence can do the job quite easily. it is quite a secure and reliable way of protecting the system. It can trace the signs of all kinds of malware the most popular being adware, Trojan, and PUPs. getting a permit to operate the spyware means that you are creating a shield before all essential documents and files are in your system.


Bytefence key is an excellent scanner for all kinds of malware. Unlike many options available in the market it is legal software and works as anti-virus, anti-spy, and anti-malware. Thus, with Bytefence you are safe against all kinds of illegal assaults against your device. It is a perfect security option. There is a list of vital documents on the system and it is with bytefence that the user gets ensured that there is nothing bad likely to happen to your device.


If you intend to get the best antimalware for the system, then it is a recommended option for all levels of users. This comes with all the features that the user is searching for in order to keep the system absolutely safe from all kinds of online and offline threats. With bytefence you are actually creating a protecting fence around your system that would definitely save it from all kinds of losses and damages. It would identify the threats that most similar tools cannot perform. It is because of these high-quality features that the system has received an overwhelming response from customers from all over the globe.


Users have reported that once the bundled Bytefence Anti-Malware gets into a system, it changes system settings, including the browser's default search engine to search.bytefence.com. This website redirects user queries to third-party search engines.


Once the Bytefence Anti-Malware virus manages to infiltrate and install on your PC, it alters your browser settings. It then installs on your browsers and hijacks your search engine and search queries by setting up and assigning the new tab URL, homepage, and default search engine settings to search.bytefence.com. It will then redirect all your searches through search.bytefence.com site and append this URL to target each browser shortcut.


  • This Potentially Unwanted Application adds the following processes: "%User Temp%\InstallTools.exe" "malware file path and name" Software\ByteFence INSNDE "malware file path and name" /mode=s /url=logs.bytefence.com/event /product=Bytefence

  • "%User Temp%\bytefence-installer-5.5.0.7.exe" /LM=3 /INSTEX /cd=12345 /thankyou /IGNORE="malware file path and name"

  • "%User Temp%\InstallTools.exe" "malware file path and name" Software\ByteFence INSNDE "malware file path and name" /mode=f /url=logs.bytefence.com/event /product=Bytefence

  • taskkill /f /im ByteFence.exe

  • taskkill /f /im ByteFenceService.exe

  • taskkill /f /im ByteFenceScan.exe

  • taskkill /f /im rsEngineHelper.exe

  • taskkill /f /im rsLggr.exe

  • "%System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe" -i

  • "%System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe" /service

  • "%System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe"

  • "%System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe"



  • It creates the following folders: %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\amd64

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs

(Note: %System Root% is the Windows root folder, where it usually is C:\ on all Windows operating system versions.)


  • This Potentially Unwanted Application drops the following files: %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\InstallUtil.InstallLog

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\ext_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Uninstall.exe

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\MANIFEST-000001

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\amd64\KernelTraceControl.dll

  • %User Temp%\bytefence-installer-5.5.0.7.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngineHelper.exe.config

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.InstallState

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsEngineFW_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\CURRENT

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsUtils.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.InstallLog

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\EULA.txt

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\System.Data.SQLite.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\ext_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsEngineFW_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\7z86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceScan.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\msdia140.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\lz4_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOG

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\rsEngine.config

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Signatures.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\7z64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\protobuf-net.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe

  • %AppDataLocal%\GDIPFONTCACHEV1.DAT

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000002.dbtmp

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOG.old

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Microsoft.Win32.TaskScheduler.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngineHelper.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsLggrServer_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Microsoft.Diagnostics.Tracing.TraceEvent.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Logs\err.dat

  • %User Temp%\InstallTools.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsEnginePM_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\websocket-sharp.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe.config

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000003.log

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceGUI.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\WhiteList.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\amd64\msdia140.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Errors.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\KernelTraceControl.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\lz4_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\System.Data.SQLite.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOCK

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngine.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsEnginePM_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000001.dbtmp

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe.config

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\MANIFEST-000002

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsMessages.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\dummy.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsLggrServer_x86.dll

(Note: %System Root% is the Windows root folder, where it usually is C:\ on all Windows operating system versions.. %User Temp% is the current user's Temp folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Local Settings\Temp on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit), or C:\Users\user name\AppData\Local\Temp on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 2008(64-bit), 2012(64-bit) and 10(64-bit).. %AppDataLocal% is the Local Application Data folder, which is usually C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Local Settings\Application Data on Windows 2000(32-bit), XP, and Server 2003(32-bit), or C:\Users\user name\AppData\Local on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 2008(64-bit), 2012(64-bit) and 10(64-bit).)


  • Search and delete these components [ Learn More ][ back ] There may be some components that are hidden. Please make sure you check the Search Hidden Files and Folders checkbox in the "More advanced options" option to include all hidden files and folders in the search result. %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\InstallUtil.InstallLog

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\ext_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Uninstall.exe

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\MANIFEST-000001

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\amd64\KernelTraceControl.dll

  • %User Temp%\bytefence-installer-5.5.0.7.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngineHelper.exe.config

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.InstallState

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsEngineFW_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\CURRENT

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsUtils.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.InstallLog

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\EULA.txt

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\System.Data.SQLite.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\ext_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsEngineFW_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\7z86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceScan.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\msdia140.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\lz4_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOG

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\rsEngine.config

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Signatures.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\7z64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\protobuf-net.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe

  • %AppDataLocal%\GDIPFONTCACHEV1.DAT

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000002.dbtmp

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOG.old

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Microsoft.Win32.TaskScheduler.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngineHelper.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsLggrServer_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Microsoft.Diagnostics.Tracing.TraceEvent.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Logs\err.dat

  • %User Temp%\InstallTools.exe

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsEnginePM_x86.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\websocket-sharp.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceService.exe.config

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000003.log

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFenceGUI.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\WhiteList.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\amd64\msdia140.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\Errors.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\KernelTraceControl.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\lz4_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\System.Data.SQLite.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\LOCK

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsEngine.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x64\rsEnginePM_x64.dll

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\000001.dbtmp

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\ByteFence.exe.config

  • %System Root%\program files\bytefence\Logs\MANIFEST-000002

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\rsMessages.dll

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\dummy.dat

  • %System Root%\Program Files\ByteFence\x86\rsLggrServer_x86.dll

To manually delete a malware/grayware file from an affected system:


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