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3% remove it97% keep it
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BotRevolt 1.4.3

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BotRevolt 1.4.3 is a software program developed by BotRevolt. It adds registry entry for the current user which will allow the program to automatically start each time it is rebooted. A scheduled task is added to Windows Task Scheduler in order to launch the program at various scheduled times (the schedule varies depending on the version). The primary executable is named botrevolt.exe. The setup package generally installs about 3 files and is usually about 27.79 MB (29,134,962 bytes). Relative to the overall usage of users who have this installed on their PCs, most are running Windows 7 (SP1) and Windows 10. While about 64% of users of BotRevolt come from the United States, it is also popular in Canada and United Kingdom.

Program detailsProgram details

URL: www.botrevolt.com
Installation folder: C:\Program Files\BotRevolt\
Uninstaller: "C:\Program Files\BotRevolt\unins000.exe"
Estimated size: 27.79 MB

Program filesFiles installed by BotRevolt 1.4.3

Program executable:botrevolt.exe
BotRevolt Executable
Path:C:\Program Files\botrevolt\botrevolt.exe
Additional files:
  • BotRevoltAgent2.exe - BotRevolt Agent2 Module
  • unins000.exe - Setup/Uninstall

Program behaviorsBehaviors exhibited

Scheduled Task
  • BotRevolt.exe is scheduled as a task with the class '{4CF29625-73A1-4921-B353-ED422CBC93E2}' (runs on registration).
Scheduled Task (Boot/Login)
  • BotRevolt.exe is automatically launched at startup through a scheduled task named BR2.
2 Startup Files (User Run)
  • BotRevoltAgent2.exe is loaded in the current user (HKCU) registry as an auto-starting executable named 'BotRevolt Agent2 Module' and executes as C:\Program Files\BotRevolt\BotRevoltAgent2.exe.
  • BotRevolt.exe is loaded in the current user (HKCU) registry as an auto-starting executable named 'BotRevolt Executable' and executes as C:\Program Files\BotRevolt\BotRevolt.exe.

How do I remove BotRevolt?

Quickly and completely remove BotRevolt 1.4.3 from your computer by downloading Reason's ‘Should I Remove It?’ (click the button below).
Or, you can uninstall BotRevolt from your computer by using the Add/Remove Program feature in the Window's Control Panel.
  1. On the Start menu (for Windows 8, right-click the screen's bottom-left corner), click Control Panel, and then, under Programs, do one of the following:
    • Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall a Program.
    • Windows XP: Click Add or Remove Programs.
  2. When you find the program BotRevolt 1.4.3, click it, and then do one of the following:
    • Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall.
    • Windows XP: Click the Remove or Change/Remove tab (to the right of the program).
  3. Follow the prompts. A progress bar shows you how long it will take to remove BotRevolt.

Win 7 (SP1) 59%
Win 7 2%
Auto-starting? Yes
(Found in the run registry)
Uninstall it 3%
Keep it 97%

Windows OS versionsWindows

Which Windows OS versions does it run on?
Windows 7 61.73%
Windows 10 25.93%
Windows XP 7.41%
Windows Vista 4.94%
Which OS releases does it run on?
Windows 7 Home Premium 30.86%
Windows 7 Ultimate 17.28%
Windows 8.1 Pro 9.88%
Windows 7 Professional 8.64%
Microsoft Windows XP 7.41%
Windows 8.1 6.17%

Distribution by countryGeography

64.42% of installs come from the United States
Which countries install it?
  United States 64.42%
  Canada 5.77%
  United Kingdom 5.77%
  Germany 4.81%
  Netherlands 2.88%
  DZ 1.92%
  France 1.92%
  India 1.92%
  Australia 0.96%
  Brazil 0.96%
  Czech Republic 0.96%
  Italy 0.96%
  Lebanon 0.96%
  MA 0.96%

OEM distributionPC manufacturers

What PC manufacturers (OEMs) have it installed?
Hewlett-Packard 28.57%
Dell 23.21%
ASUS 14.29%
Acer 14.29%
Lenovo 3.57%
Intel 1.79%
Gateway 1.79%
Compaq 1.79%
Common models
HP Pavilion g6 Notebook P... 2.74%
ASUSTeK ET2411_W8 2.74%
ASUSTeK CM6870 2.74%
VIA KT600-8237 1.37%
TOSHIBA Satellite L650 1.37%
ASUSTeK CM5675 1.37%

comments1 comment

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Chrisover a year ago
Since installing this program with the idea of this covering the gaps otherwise left by other security utilities, it has had chronic mishaps. In my experience, even when asking the program preference to hide the program palette, it always comes up anyway (ignoring my preferences). Not real happy about any utility that overrides consumer preferences. Secondly, I have constant error messages asking that I not run "PeerGuardian2" in the background because it is conflicting with BotRevolt. But I don't have PeerGuardian2 or anything of the sort on the PC. Through research, it appears that BotRevolt itself installs this program as one of its components. So, it installs outside utilities only to clash with itself and present me constant errors messages from its own internal design. Believe it or not, it's true. Worse, when you call BotRevolt about it, then can never help. Instead, they suggest there is a flaw on my PC and look to sell me into "SupportChoice" remote tech support services. ($100 upfront and then $30 per month thereafter.) But because BotRevolt and SupportChoice are essentially one and the same (or contracted to each other), they never recommend uninstalling this program. So, presently, because I bought their services, I have now have had three months of service to correct this (or other areas of PC performance?) However, the only error messages I get are from BotRevolt and PeerGuardian2 itself, and SupportChoice has yet to address these errors. Instead, they recommend RAM upgrades to help system stability (translate: accommodate their software?) But another real mystery for me has been the program itself. While the program is constantly scanning IP addresses for traffic, thereby stopping any attempt of outgoing messages (port activity) from one's PC, the ONLY traffic ever stopped is basic "Microsoft UDP protocol" commands. All others are simply called "Safe Connection" with no information about any approved or halted activity. So, it's hard to really breakdown what is truly happening. The final annoyance is BotRevolt's program palette itself displays "keep BotRevolt up to date," by upgrading to the full paid version. (As if the free version cannot be udpated?) And of course, it advertises "Having trouble with your PC?" Call their toll free number. Which is of course, SupportChoice. The two promote each other (or are one and the same). All I know is, I cannot witness the benefit of the program, have constant conflict errors from their own ...