Terminate Windows First-Class Protector the moment you see this program acting up, because no good can come of having the application in your computer. Windows First-Class Protector is rogue antispyware that has been created to rip unsuspecting users off, and you are no exception, because if you are reading this, chances are that you have the rouge in your computer already. The reason why it is easy to fall into this trap is that Windows First-Class Protector looks very much like a reliable antivirus program.
Windows First-Class Protector lurks in the depths of the Internet in infected websites, waiting for you to be forcefully redirected or wander over there accidentally. Once you open the website that is related to Windows First-Class Protector, the rogue’s download initiates automatically and before you know it, Windows First-Class Protector installs itself in your computer without your knowledge or permission. Then Windows First-Class Protector starts running a fake system scan, presenting you with a list of supposedly dangerous viruses that are there in your computer, even though they are actually not there.
If you think that your computer is acting weird because of the so-called viruses, better think again – Windows First-Class Protector is the root of all evil. Remove Windows First-Class Protector using a reliable antimalware program and your computer will go back to normal in no time. Do not wait until it is too late to do anything about it.