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I have a computer that is infected with best protection malware, how do I remove?
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Personally I would download and run the following programs:

Malwarebytes
Spybot S&D
AD-Aware

install update and run the above one after the other. Reboot the machine and scan again. Keep doing this until the scans come up clear.

If you have anti virus run a full scan, but I would also suggest going to one of the online scanners provided by some of the more reputable anti-virus companies (Norton, Trend Micro, McAfee etc) and doing a full scan. See how those go for you for starters.
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That's either a new one on me or there is another name involved. Can you upload a screenshot?
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