If your PC has slowed down, you are restricted from accessing Windows Registry and Task Manager, or most executable files are blocked from running, Windows Firewall Constructor is likely to have invaded your PC! If you also notice an unfamiliar scanner with this name processing malware threats found in your Windows system, you can be sure that you are definitely dealing with the annoying Rogue.VirusDoctor family malware. Do not expect the rogue to disappear automatically, and decide how you will remove Windows Firewall Constructor from your system.
If you know hot to delete Windows Firewall Constructor manually, and have experience doing it in the past, it is essential you detect and erase ALL infected files; otherwise, the infection could repeat itself and cause more problems. If you are not confident with your knowledge, do not experiment with the Windows system and trust a legitimate antispyware tool to do the task for you.
It is important to get rid of Windows Firewall Constructor, because it will not assist your system’s protection, and will only leave it vulnerable to other malware. And before you proceed, be wary not to fall for the fake antispyware’s tricks, and do not believe any bogus scanner reports or threat notifications:
Application cannot be executed. The file notepad.exe is infected.
Please activate your antivirus software.
Warning: Your computer is infected
Windows has detected spyware infection!
Click this message to install the last update of Windows security software…
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
Windows Firewall Constructor wants to deceive you into thinking that the bogus infection is real, and then make you believe that you need to spend $99.90 on a licensed version, which you will not be able to use in the future. If you purchase this Windows Firewall Constructor’s product, your Windows system will not be protected from any realistic malware, and you will have disclosed your personal information to the cyber criminals!
So, whatever happens, do not let the fake antispyware tool make a fool out of you, remove Windows Firewall Constructor, and protect your system immediately. If you have purchased the bogus product, do not panic and inform your bank. It might be possible for you to get refunded. Most importantly, you will be advised how to manage your accounts, so that your personal data, collected by third parties, would stay in your control. To avoid rogues’ attacks in the future, study a few ways how Windows Firewall Constructor or any of its clones (Windows Stability Guard, Windows Smart Warden, etc.) can enter your PC.