G Data IS 2012

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Pablo87, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. Pablo87

    Pablo87 Registered Member

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    Hi Folks

    I want to completly uninstall G Data
    But there are still web and bankguard Add-Ons in Firefox (v11)
    Anyone know how to remove them?

    ty!
     
  2. TheKid7

    TheKid7 Registered Member

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    You can download and Run AVCleaner2012.
    http://www.gdata-software.com/support-center/tools/
     
  3. Pablo87

    Pablo87 Registered Member

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    I used that tool for couple of times now
    Everything is deleted but those add-ons stays
     
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    https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Troubleshooting plugins#w_manually-uninstalling-a-plugin
     
  5. SolidState

    SolidState Registered Member

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    The problem with this reply ronjor is that the BankGuard™ is not a plugin but an extension. It's located in your Mozilla install directory usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\extensions on X64 systems. This is the ID <em:id>{906305f7-aafc-45e9-8bbd-941950a84dad}</em:id>.

    So...

    On most systems to remove this crap you need to delete the following folder:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\extensions\{906305f7-aafc-45e9-8bbd-941950a84dad}

    BTW I decided to migrate from NOD to this Gdata software because of detection rates... Well I can tell you compared to Eset Gdata is a BLOATED BUGGY POS IMHO! Forget the detection rates etc...

    It's the most bloated AV I've ever seen and I actually FELT the performance hit on an i7 Ivy Bridge rig!

    Pathetic!

    Back to NOD32/MBAMpro/OutpostPro
     
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