Windows Antivirus Care Removal Guide

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There is no reason for you to trust and follow the directions of Windows Antivirus Care, a fake antispyware program, which can quite possibly bring you financial loss and put your personal data’s security at risk. So, if you do not want to become a victim of the cunning Windows Antivirus Care and wish to remove it without any hesitation, keep on reading to learn what Windows Antivirus Care is capable of, and what should you do next, in case this obnoxious application has already threatened your privacy, by invading dishonestly.

First of all, you should know that Windows Antivirus Care can disguise itself in the most obscure manner, since it looks like a real, high-tech security application, and promises you to remove malware, supposedly attacking your operating Windows system, for an extremely attractive price. In reality, none of such infections are really endangering your system, but Windows Antivirus Care uses this false information to intimidate PC users, who trust this bogus application, to profit quickly. To strengthen the effect of an “invasion” and hide itself from being removed, Windows Antivirus Care is capable of causing your Windows to dysfunction in various ways. Nonetheless, all of this is fake, and you should ignore any of Windows Antivirus Care’s warnings (pop-ups, recommendations, etc.) sent your way, because they are also completely fictitious.

Do not waste your time on figuring out what is wrong with your computer and act against Windows Antivirus Care without anticipation, because it is this deceptive application that is causing all the havoc in your PC. If you are not a true Windows expert and have not removed malware in the past, you should stay away from manual Windows Antivirus Care’s removal alternative, because you could easily delete the wrong files. If this is your case, trust reliable security tools instead!

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Windows Antivirus Care is a clone of these Rogue.VirusDoctor family fake antispywares:

If you have dealt and removed these Windows Antivirus Care predecessors, the newly constructed rogue will not be news to you, as this malicious applications works on the same base as the aforementioned malware.

As mentioned before, Windows Antivirus Care presents as a computer scanner and falsely claims to have detected such infections as  FraudTool, Server-Telnet, Email-Flooder and RarePecker . After intimidating you with such fake danger, schemers behind the rogue will offer their full version product, which supposedly could remove Windows Antivirus Care notified computer infections, and costs an attractive $99.90. If you purchase this bogus tool, you will be handing cyber criminals your personal details, so ignore ridiculous alerts and remove Windows Antivirus Care from your PC.

See a few Windows Antivirus Care notifications, which will flood your screen, to create an illusion of a true infection:

Error
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.

Warning
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.

Recommended:
Activate Windows Antivirus Care to get ultimate protection against Identity Theft, Viruses, Malware and other threats!

Use this activation key to remove any Windows Antivirus Care symptoms: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020

Warning! Once you register with Windows Antivirus Care you will need to continue with the rogue’s removal, because this action will not delete Windows Antivirus Care’s components from your computer.

Download Remover for Windows Antivirus Care *
*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.

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