Windows Web Shield Removal Guide

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Windows Web Shield is a malicious computer security program which should be removed from the computer once you learn about its presence. Windows Web Shield is a clone of Windows Internet Guard, Windows Internet Watchdog and many other identical programs. All of these fake identical security programs are referred to as the Rogue.VirusDoctory family, which is also known as FakeVimes.

Windows Web Shield is installed without your permission. Very often programs such as Windows Web Shield are installed onto computers when browsing insecure websites. A rogue computer security programs, as well as other malicious programs, can also be installed after clicking on a corrupt link or after extracting questionable email attachments received by unrecognized senders. Deceptive spam letters are usually aimed at redirecting you to phishing websites and distributing malware, so, if you do not want to risk your privacy, you should delete spam letters without opening them.

Windows Web Shield is a complex infection. It disables Windows system files and executable files so that you cannot use the computer but only register the program. Your money is all that the attackers need, and they want to obtain your money by making you register Windows Web Shield. The bogus anti-malware program starts automatically every time Windows starts and launches system scans. The scan results provided should be disregarded because they do not reflect the actual security status of your operating system. Windows Web Shield itself is a computer infection which changes the settings on your computer, and this application should be removed from the computer as soon as possible.

Before implementing a spyware removal, you have to register Windows Web Shield using one of the registration keys provided below. You do not have to reveal your personal information to the attackers and money, so take action right now to get rid of the malicious program. Do not worry about registration because Windows Web Shield is a scam.

Registration keys:

0W000-000B0-00T00-E0022
0W000-000B0-00T00-E0021

There is no need to buy the registration code because Windows Web Shield cannot safeguard you. By filling in the purchase form, you provide the remote attackers with personally identifiable information, including your credit card number. If you do care about your privacy and want to be safe on the Internet, remove Windows Web Shield from the computer as soon as you can.

In case you do not want to register the rogue security programs, use our removal guide presented below.

How to remove Windows Web Shield

  1. Restart your computer and
  2. When the BIOS screen loads, start tapping the F8 key.
  3. Use arrow keys to select Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
  4. Press. Enter.
  5. Enter cd.. next to the C:\Windows\system32 line and press Enter.
  6. Type explorer.exe next to another line and press Enter once more.
  7. Go to Start menu and enter %appdata% into Search box (for Windows XP, launch Run and type %appdata% into Open box).
  8. Press Enter.
  9. Delete the file svc-[random file name].exe.
  10. Restart your PC in Normal Mode.
  11. Open Start menu and enter regedit into Search box (for Windows XP, open Run and enter regedit into the Open box). Press Enter.
  12. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  13. On the right pane right-click Shell and select Modify.
  14. Type %WinDir%\Explorer.exe for Value and click OK.
  15. Access http://www.411-spyware.com/spyhunter and download SpyHunter.
  16. Install the application and run a full system scan.
Download Remover for Windows Web Shield *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

Windows Web Shield Screenshots:

Windows Web Shield
Windows Web Shield
Windows Web Shield

Windows Web Shield technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1svc-mkcy.exe1441792 bytesMD5: f80aabc5985c8076968877a50bcae268
2svc-iqqj.exe1404928 bytesMD5: 9810c954864fcf61f5a462366a215f20
3svc-eehs.exe1183744 bytesMD5: 16ea5cc2fd93da2e204aec87f813b09b
4svc-fnkk.exe1384448 bytesMD5: 38689f00ffd4c207c6e3b05ab6382828
5svc-nemx.exe1384448 bytesMD5: da01c4a6d6c79ce2823ec7de5b2dffd9

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