Rogue.VirusDoctor family has released another fraudulent application known as Windows Malware Firewall which supplements a list of malicious programs such as Windows Antivirus Rampart, Windows Guard Tools, etc, which should be deleted after noticing any of them. These rogues share the same interface of Windows OS; for example, the Home and Firewall icons of the rogue are exactly the same as the ones of your OS. Moreover, the design is also similar to Windows’ design; hence, without a check on Windows Malware Firewall, it is easy to stick to belief that this application is legitimate. No matter how much you like this bogus application, you should remove it.
The admiration for Windows Malware Firewall will fade away when you learn more about this infection. The rogue claims that it scans the system; however, it cannot remove the threats “found” on the system, because everything is falsified. The scans and the infections are simulated as well as the notifications that pop up out of Task Bar or appear in the center of the screen. Find the notification that you may find on your screen if Windows Malware Firewall is on your computer:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.
Pay no attention to these and other notifications that you get from Windows Malware Firewall. They are simulated to scare you into purchasing the full version of the rogue. The investment in the fake full version of Windows Malware Firewall is useless and irrational. Although you get an activation key after the registration, you become vulnerable to a third party which records your information entered in the purchase form. Moreover, the registration of Windows Malware Firewall does not remove it; you should delete as soon as you. To help you with this problem, we provide you with the activation key which disables the pop-ups and restores the tools which are hidden after the invasion of the rogue.
This key restores executable files, Task Manager, the Internet connection and Registry Editor. The latter is necessary for the manual removal of Windows Malware Firewall. Note that after entering the key, you have to terminate the rogue. You have to remove files and registry entries created by the malware and stop the processes related to it. This operation is recommended for experienced Windows users or IT technicians, who would not damage the system while deleting the components of the rogue.
However, if you are not a technician or simply lack technical knowledge, remove Windows Malware Firewall automatically. It means that you need a legitimate antispyware tool to delete the infection and protect the system against further infections. Legitimate antispyware will delete only the malicious elements and will not cause damage to the system.