If you are reading this article, you probably think that Windows Multi Control System wants to trick you. This is true because this rogue is a counterfeit application created by crooks that made Windows Safeguard Upgrade, Windows Secure Surfer and many rogues carrying similar names. The rogue is attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, because this infection has identifying characteristics typical of the rogues mentioned. Do not trust this pest, because its sole purpose is to get your money, specifically, to make you pay money voluntarily. Thus, removal of Windows Multi Control System is essential in this case, because only after the removal of the rogue you will protect yourself and your data.
In order to deceive PC users, the criminals invented a series of simulated functions of Windows Multi Control System. The rogue supposedly run scans of the system and detects a bunch of imaginary threats. Those threats are actually files which are created after the installation of the rogue. The rogue spreads many files with fake names and presents them as real. For example, on your screen, you might find such real Trojans names as Trojan.Win32.Qhost and Backdoor.Win32. Keep in mind that you cannot delete them from the system, because they are not present there. In addition, errors and failures of the system displayed by the rogue are also simulated. There are some fake errors provided for you:
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.
Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
As the notifications are simulated, you should only ignore the misinformation provided by Windows Multi Control System.
Besides threatening you with imaginary threats, which will be supposedly removed after the activation of the rogue, the rogue produces malfunctions of the system, which are presented as a harmful side effect of the imaginary infections found in the system. The intention of the malfunctions is to protect the rogue from removal and keep it active in the system for as long as possible. The Internet connection is broken; Registry Editor and Task Manager are disabled, and certain executable files such as security applications might be terminated by Windows Multi Control System. When these parameters of the system are not available, the removal of the rogue becomes complicated. However, if a user does not know that the system is infected with a rogue, he or she might start thinking that the activation of the supposedly full version will solve the problems. If you are one of those who think that the activation is an option, you are wrong, because all you have to do is remove Windows Multi Control System from the system.
The activation of Windows Multi Control System helps only in one way. When the rogue is activated, the system starts functioning normally, because the disabled processes are restored. However, you still have to delete the infection. First, use the activation key 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020 to register the rogue and then begin the manual removal. Delete all the constituents of the malware. It is important that all the components are removed, because a single file missed in the system might initiate renewal of the infection. If it is too difficult, instead of attempting to get rid of the pest manually, use a reliable antispyware tool which will terminate Windows Multi Control System and protect the system. Antispyware will delete what is necessary to be removed and will not damage the system.