Windows Interactive Safety is a clone of Windows Ultimate Safeguard, a tremendously successful fictitious antispyware from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The cunning predecessor rogue, just like tens of other before it, was developed to trick Windows users into handing in their money without much comprehension and awareness. The newest infection is equally as cunning, since none of its representative attributes have changed, and the mission remains the same. There is no doubt that you need to have Windows Interactive Safety deleted from your computer; however, you are firstly encouraged to “meet” the infection and learn the way it works in your operating Windows system first.
Right after infiltration, the vicious rogue will sneak right into your system’s registry, were changes will be made to include the sinister application and allow its processes to run together with legitimate system’s operations. This will also remove your access to the Registry Editor and Task Manager, block Internet connection and stop the running of most executable files, just so that you could not track and remove Windows Interactive Safety. Together with this, bogus computer scanner and security alerts will also start popping up continuously, until you purchase the worthless licensed malware removal version, or you delete the virus itself. Of course, the later option is the obvious choice; however, many Windows users, who are not familiar with malware, are bound to face difficulties when figuring out the scam behind Windows Interactive Safety. Most of this is dedicated to the believable program’s interface, which will offer you services of Automatic Updates, Autorun Manager, Service Manager or All-in-one Suite. Unfortunately, schemers have put extra attention by creating descriptions (see below) under each tool, which makes malware removal alerts much more believable.
Automatic Updates is a comprehensive updating solution which notifies Windows Interactive Safety of the latest computer viruses, spyware, malware and phishing websites and also takes your computer security to a new level.
Recommended: Always install the latest updates to enhance your computer security and performance.
Windows Interactive Safety monitors system processes and notifies you of any unauthorized attempt to access address spaces.
Recommended: Please click “Auto Adjust” button to show the list of processes which are recommended to be blocked.
Of course, if you choose to follow these recommendations, you will be alerted with a “Trial version” notification, which will push you to activate the full malware removal version tool, and that is something you should stay clear away from. Also, ignore fake security alerts, which could make you think you need to delete non-existent malware:
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.
Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC
To delete Windows Interactive Safety, you will firstly need to remove all of the system paralyzing symptoms, and a special registration code’s activation is the quickest method to regain access to your personal computer. After this, there will be no obstacles to proceed with manual removal (unless you have no skills), or to choose automatic removal software to delete the latent infection.
Registration code: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020