Eh, changed my mind, I'm gonna write it up anyway
Like I was saying, a lot of these malware are cookie cutter, they take the same core virus, change the GUI and a bit of code so that it can slip by updated virus definitions because its something new. Why write something new if you can modify it and make it work again? Anyways, due to this fact its a lot of the rogue AV malware stores itself in the same locations. I am not familiar with the specific one you refer to but this is what I would check first if I were working on it and wanted to remove it the hands on way.
Go into your C:\Users\youruseraccountname\appdata\local\ & C:\Users\youruseraccountname\appdata\Roaming\ & C:\Progam Data\
In these three directories you are likely to find executables with random characters for names (8-10 characters normally) that were created at the time you got the infection on your PC.
If you dont find anything in these locations press Windows+R to launch the run window and type msconfig. Go under the Startup tab and remove any malicious entries and entries you just dont want. These are all programs that run on startup and you can remove whatever you like from being on startup that you see here.IF
msconfig wont launch, boot into safemode and then do everything above. Doing the above steps will get you to the point where you can scan be assured you are removing the virus.
OH I forgot to mention, if you cannot scan or delete the files in the above directories, you will need to do everything i said in safemode. Also, when/if you delete the files you should do Shift+Delete to permanently delete them so they don't just sit in your recycling bin for ages
Everything I've said here is pretty quick and dirty and low risk but should be plenty effective. I'll watch the thread throughout the day if you have any questions or trouble with it.
Edit: If I get enough free time here today I'll do some research on the specific things you've named and see what I can find.