Post by iUninstall_Admin on Aug 1, 2016 3:13:39 GMT
Info: Rich Media Player appears to be a user-friendly media agent to help play digital stuff, but there are more important, must-know risk factors that could influence your computer security. Here is everything we have learned so far: the official online installer file rich-media-player.exe (sh256, cc5c58e2e4ff9c4d90c09b6dfb0ebef567591040df4978663a289cd4a23d0e34) has been detected as an insecure item, according to the latest VT report above. If you too want to uninstall Rich Media Player, or you need to enhance your web security, please make the best of this troubleshooting thread.
Close the risky Player. Run WTM, find out the Player's installation folder.
Save your job, restart your computer.
Check out your Start menu, or your programs list under Windows' Control Panel.
Right click on the target item, choose the option Uninstall on the menu.
Locate the said riskware, launch the given Uninstall option or, you directly press the Enter key if you're using a Win 10, 8.1/8, 7 and/or Vista computer.
Hit the Yes button on the following "Rich Media Player Uninstall" window.
Wait while the Player is deploying (uninstalling) itself.
Complete or ignore the following "Uninstall Feedback" webpage.
Reload your program settings to ensure you've uninstalled the said Rich Media Player. One more thing, we recommend that you rid of the possibly unused Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 later.