The creators of Windows Foolproof Protector have not gone far from Windows Antibreaking System, Windows First-Class Protector, because this bogus application does the same as its “siblings”. Windows Foolproof Protector tricks people into believing that their sensitive information is at risk and that it might be exposed to third parties which actually becomes reality when they voluntary do so by purchasing an imaginary full version of Windows Foolproof Protector. To avoid such problems, Windows Foolproof Protector must be removed from the system.
Windows Foolproof Protector is installed on the computer via Trojans which get into the system through fake online scans, video codecs, suspicious emails or other ways of social engineering. Once Windows Foolproof Protector is on board, users are confusedly informed about imaginary threats such as viruses, malware or Trojans that are trying to steal users’ personal information. A lot of fake messages and scans are displayed in order to freak poor souls out and make them waste their money. Keep your money for a meaning purchase and remove Windows Foolproof Protector from the computer.
Removal of Windows Foolproof Protector might be performed in two ways: manually or automatically. Manual removal of a rogue is not for every Windows user as it is a tricky process which needs to be done very thoroughly and any errors are unforgivable because they may renew the same or different infections. In order to avoid any misunderstanding and damage caused, we recommend using a registered antispyware tool which will detect and delete Windows Foolproof Protector from the system.
Despite the fact that there are more than one way to remove Windows Foolproof Protector, this rogue is well-equipped to avoid the removal for as long as possible. If it is not tackled in the first stages of the infection, Windows Foolproof Protector can meddle with both - manual and automatic removal.
In order to protect itself from the automatic removal Windows Foolproof Protector almost instantly blocks Internet connection. Usually, when you try to open your Internet browser, you are presented with the following messages claiming that accessing the Internet is not safe, and the browser has to be closed, because it is infected with malware:
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.
Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP: 126.96.36.199
Target: Your passwords for sites
Naturally, there is not a drop of truth in these accusations, and Windows Foolproof Protector does everything venally. Even if you are well-versed in computers and can take care of your system, Windows Foolproof Protector makes sure that you would not be able to do that as well. The rogue renders automatic removal virtually impossible by blocking Registry Editor and Windows Task Manager.
It would seem that the fastest way to get your system tools back would be paying for the full version of Windows Foolproof Protector, but we have already established, that this is not an option. Your can, however, "register" the rogue with this activation key:
It will serve like an actual license and all the programs and tools previously blocked by Windows Foolproof Protector will come back. Nevertheless, this improvement is only temporary, and while the rogue is still dormant you have to get yourself a powerful computer security program that will erase Windows Foolproof Protector for you automatically, if you cannot perform a manual removal.