Those, who have faced Windows Pro Defence, will not waste any time to delete Windows Custom Management, the newest clone of the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. This infection is one of the many fake antispywares that keep attacking Windows systems all around the world; however, is more vicious than most. Once inside a computer, this rogue will remove your administrative privileges to run most system’s executables, access Internet connection, Task Manager or Registry Editor. These symptoms are meant to aggravate infection’s detection and removal, but may also come across as symptoms, evoked by all of the malware, reported by Windows Custom Management computer scanner. Luckily, no true Trojans or worms are actually breaching your personal data, and the rogue’s creators will simply use intimidating computer infection names (e.g. Trojan-SMS) to make you panic. If you do, you will try to look for the quickest way to delete these infections, and you might think that purchasing rogue’s licensed version is what you are looking for. Various security notifications will also support this idea, as they will also recommend activating security software:
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot is sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (Recommended)
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.
Application cannot be executed. The file notepad.exe is infected.
Please activate your antivirus software.
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove
By all means, you should ignore Windows Custom Management security notifications and its fictitious computer scanner reports, as they will only push you to do something you will regret afterwards! We are certain you do not want to waste your money on a worthless piece of software that will never delete any malware, so you should hurry up and start Windows Custom Management removal processes. To begin, it would be best to apply a registration key, as this will remove all appeared infection’s symptoms.
Registration key: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020
This, however, will not delete the virus itself, and you will need to remove Windows Custom Management either manually or automatically. The later removal version will suit all Windows users, and you will not need to worry about your system’s protection again. Manual removal is much more complex and should be only considered by expert users, who we still advise to acquire legitimate security tools.