Remember and tell your friends that Activate Ultimate Protection a dangerous application pretending to be legal security software. This malware is a clone of such threats as Windows Pro Safety, Windows Private Shield and other rogues. The interface of the rogue is based on the Windows tables’ design which makes the users think that Activate Ultimate Protection is a legitimate application. However, this malware should not be trusted because it aims to scare Windows users into thinking that the system is at risk and that they need to purchase a so-called full version of Activate Ultimate Protection which will “remove” various infections of the system.
Although there is a way to remove the rogue, it might seem to be difficult to get rid of it because of some reasons. The rogue threatens people with imaginary infections and messes up the system. For example, the malware runs bogus scans and claims that the system is full of bogus malware or viruses. Moreover, simulated pop-up warnings appear to remind you that you should do something in order to get rid of the “infections”. The system’s errors are not an exception:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
Keep in mind that these bogus messages are created to scare you into believing that the system is infected. You should be capable of withstanding the intimidation of the rogue and not purchase its imaginary full version. The activation of the rogue is worthless, and if you want to remove the rogue, use the activation key which is already provided for you to disable the pop-ups and restore the Internet:
When the key is entered, the system’s applications which are necessary to be available for the users to remove Activate Ultimate Protection manually are brought back. For Registry Editor becomes accessible, and the registry entries that were established in Registry can be deleted. Moreover, the Internet connection, Task Managers and executable files that were terminated starts running again. Therefore, the manual removal of Activate Ultimate Protection can be begun. Many files, registry entries and processes have to be found and deleted, and there should not be any segments of the rogue left in the system. These procedures should be supervised or carried out by an expert who knows exactly how to remove the infection.
Thankfully, Activate Ultimate Protection can be removed automatically. This alternative is suitable for everyone, because the rogue is deleted by an antispyware tool. The user has to install an antimalware application capable of detecting and removing real infection of the system. All of the components of Activate Ultimate Protection are decontaminated, and the system is protected from future infections.