New computer threats appear every single day and you have to counter them, keeping your computer safe. Windows Component Protector is a new rogue antispyware program that has been created to destroy your system at the same time stealing your money. The most dangerous feature of Windows Component Protector is that this rogue looks very much like a reliable antivirus program, and inexperienced computer users might find it hard to tell it apart from the real thing.
However, once you get infected with Windows Component Protector, you will surely know that something is not right, because no antivirus program is that eager in promoting its services. Right after the infection Windows Component Protector adds keys to the registry allowing it to start automatically once you boot your Windows. Then Windows Component Protector pops into action and performs a fake system scan, after which the rogue claims that you are infected with multiple Trojans and viruses, and you must terminate them using Windows Component Protector.
Then the rogue will ask you to pay for the license because only the registered version of Windows Component Protector can “delete” viruses. That is not true especially as Windows Component Protector is a computer threat itself, and also it only wants your money, so you’d better close that purchase page and get yourself a powerful security tool that will remove Windows Component Protector for you automatically and you won’t need to worry about the infection any longer.