There is a new threat called MonaRonaDona lurking on the net. Beware! According to experts, MonaRonaDona is a virus that will stop certain programs from running correctly and it will put a message on your Internet Explorer screen that says –

Hi, My name is MonaRonaDona. I am a Virus & I am here to Wreck Your PC. If you observe strange behavior with your PC, like program windows disappearing etc, it’s me who is doing all this. I was created as a protest against the Human Rights Violation being observed throughout the world & the very purpose of my existence is to remind & stress the world to respect humanity.”

If you search on the Internet for a fix to this issue, you will most likely come across a program called Unigray Antivirus, which claims to be the best program to fix this issue.

Please – “Do not buy the Unigray Antivirus!”

The cliché – MonaRonaDona virus is not a virus at all. It’s actually just an elaborate scam. Unigray Antivirus will only fix MonaRonaDona and it will not protect your computer in any other way. It is speculated that the makers of MonaRonaDona are also the makers of Unigray Antivirus. This is a very clever way to make money from unknowing users.

So, now that you know about this scam, please don’t fall for it! If you become infected by MonaRonaDona, help is on the way. Just follow the steps below to get your system back to normal.


There is a new threat called MonaRonaDona lurking on the net. Beware! According to experts, MonaRonaDona is a virus that will stop certain programs from running correctly and it will put a message on your Internet Explorer screen that says –

Hi, My name is MonaRonaDona. I am a Virus & I am here to Wreck Your PC. If you observe strange behavior with your PC, like program windows disappearing etc, it’s me who is doing all this. I was created as a protest against the Human Rights Violation being observed throughout the world & the very purpose of my existence is to remind & stress the world to respect humanity.”

If you search on the Internet for a fix to this issue, you will most likely come across a program called Unigray Antivirus, which claims to be the best program to fix this issue.

Please – “Do not buy the Unigray Antivirus!”

The cliché – MonaRonaDona virus is not a virus at all. It’s actually just an elaborate scam. Unigray Antivirus will only fix MonaRonaDona and it will not protect your computer in any other way. It is speculated that the makers of MonaRonaDona are also the makers of Unigray Antivirus. This is a very clever way to make money from unknowing users.

So, now that you know about this scam, please don’t fall for it! If you become infected by MonaRonaDona, help is on the way. Just follow the steps below to get your system back to normal.

Here’s How To Do It:

1. If you haven’t already done so, boot into safe mode.

2. Search for and delete the following folder, if found:

C:\Program Files\UniGray Antivirus

You may also wish to delete the following:

C:\Program Files\RegistryCleanFix2008

3. Search the global startup folder for the following file and delete the file if found:

SRVSPOOL.EXE

By default, the global startup folder location is

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

4. Click Start, click Run, type REGEDIT, and click OK. The Registry Editor will now open.

Note: To avoid unwanted page wrapping, the following abbreviations are used in the steps below:

HKCU = HKEY_CURRENT_USER

HKLM = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

5. To fix the title bar changes to Internet Explorer and Outlook Express caused by MonaRonaDona, browse to the following keys and delete the values indicated:

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main

Delete value: Window Title

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main

Delete value: Window Title

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Outlook Express

Delete value: WindowTitle

6. To regain access to Task Manager, which was disabled by MonaRonaDona, browse to the following keys and delete the values indicated:

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

Delete value: DisableTaskMgr

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

Delete value: DisableTaskMgr

7. You may also wish to delete the following:

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Delete value: RegistryCleanFixMFC

8. Close the Registry editor by choosing File | Exit

9. Reboot the computer normally. The system should now be free of the MonaRonaDona ‘virus’ and the system changes made by the Trojan should now be reversed.

Follow these steps to get MonaRonaDona out of your PC’s system! Be happy!

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