If you are not sure whether you need Windows Active Guard on your computer or not, read on to learn more about this cunning computer infection which pretends that it protects your PC against various threats. The malware is the latest clone of Windows Security Renewal, Windows Home Patron and other treacherous applications that are attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. Windows Active Guard gets in to the system without the user’s consent and employs different scare tactics to persuade him or her to buy its “full” version that supposedly removes different viruses; however, the only possible infection may be Windows Active Guard itself, and it should be removed in the first place.
In case the rogue is not removed, the user is bombarded with simulated scans and bogus infections. Such threats as Trojan-DDos.Win32, Virus.Win32.Sality, Trojan.MSIL.Agent etc are given as present in the system, which is, of course, not true, because Windows Active Guard cannot scan and detect anything. Moreover, besides fake viruses, you should also ignore all simulated notifications provided by the malware. Some of them are given below:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.
Windows Active Guard also produces some supposed disorders of the system to make you think that you are infected and need to purchase its fake full version. The simulated full version is completely unnecessary, because as soon as you delete Windows Active Guard it restores access to the Internet, Registry Editor, Task Manager and executable files that were disabled. These tools have to be accessible in order to remove the infection either manually or automatically.
As it is highly advisable to delete Windows Active Guard soon after spotting it on the computer, the removal of rogue becomes easier if you copy and paste the activation key provided below in an appropriate box and register the malware. After the registration, annoying pop-up messages, scans, etc stop being displayed, and you can remove the rogue.
If you have never deleted a dangerous infection on your own, you should use an antispyware application so that Windows Active Guard is removed automatically. Note that before installing a malware removal software, you have to be certain that the tool you are about to use is reputable and powerful to kill the infection, because another rogue product in the system will cause more damage, and you will have to get rid of two infections.