Guess what is following the exact same path of Windows Antihazard Center? It is their newest clone Windows Antihazard Helper, which is an identical copy of these previous fake antispywares. Malware schemers developed this new version in order to trick even more PC user than they have before, so be aware if you notice Windows Antihazard Helper’s computer scanner running in your computer, because you will not gain any useful services from this fake program, and it will only open up security backdoors for other fraudulent software to infiltrate. If this treacherous tool is in your PC, there is no time to wait and you need to remove Windows Antihazard Helper straight away!
To invade your system, Windows Antihazard Helper hackers will implement various security loopholes, so that the rogue could reach different PC users in different routes. It could come through a Trojan, a bundled download or an online scanner, which will make you think that your system is infected and then will trick you into downloading and running Windows Antihazard Helper setup yourself. This is why utmost care and reason is highly important when you surf the net. Once Windows Antihazard Helper invades, it will present a computer scanner, which will inform you with fake threats, and various security notifications will start flowing your way. Do not believe any of this, because none of it is realistic and is meant to fool you into paying money for a bootless security tool.
Remove Windows Antihazard Helper from your PC quickly, because this bogus antispyware does not belong in a healthy Windows system, as this tool will put your personal identity at risk, will “invite” additional malware and will NEVER protect your system from real threats! To delete all infected files acquire a legal antispyware tool, which will guard you against Windows Antihazard Helper, its clones and other malicious applications in the future.
Another reason why you must remove Windows AntiHazard Helper from your system at once is the fact that the rogue can successfully block your Internet connection, your executables, your Windows Task Manager and Registry Editor. You might wonder why would Windows AntiHazard Helper block your access to Registry Editor if you do not use this tool too often. The answer is that an experienced user could easily erase Windows AntiHazard Helper through Registry Editor and the rogue wants to prevent it.
On top of that, it will also spam you with the following fake security notifications:
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
Attempt to modify registry key entries detected. Registry entry analysis is recommended.
Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP: 188.8.131.52
Target: Your passwords for sites
It can definitely drive you mad, considering all of these messages are fake and there seems to be no other way to get rid of them, but to pay for the full version of Windows AntiHazard Helper. Do not even THINK of doing that! You will only lose your money while your computer will still be exposed to the infection. Better make use of this registration code:
It will "activate" the rogue and for a time being Windows AntiHazard Helper will act as though it has removed all the malware present. This is when you have to acquire a trustworthy computer safeguard application and delete Windows AntiHazard Helper for good.