If you're not familiar with Predator, here's a quick overview. This program is one of many that will "steal" important information from your computer by capturing keystrokes and crashing Windows when you are not looking. The software is designed by Richard Goutorbe, who is well known for creating similar malware to get rid of annoying pop ups and advertisements. This software has been designed to not only capture information by capturing your username and password, but it's also been designed to perform a massive amount of system rebooting as well. If you've never run into this problem on your computer before, then it's quite possible that Predator has infected your PC. To remove it, you just need to use the steps outlined below:
If you're wondering how you can get rid of Predator once it has been installed, well, the trick is to not install any additional add-ons, files or software to your system. You see, the developers of the Predator software have integrated it into a series of Trojan viruses, which are extremely difficult to remove manually. The only option to clean up the infection is to either pay a professional hackers to hack into your computer and remove it, or if you're technically minded, you could just download and run a small application that has been designed by Richard Goutorbe to disable/unlock the protected USB drive that Predator uses for saving its information. You can find this application from the links below.