It is unbelievable how the creators of rogue antispyware never get tired to release similar infections one after another. Windows No-Risk Center is a rogue antispyware application that replaces other computer threats from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, and it is basically identical to its predecessors, which include Windows Personal Doctor, Windows Personal Detective, Windows Trojans Inspector and many more. If you have encountered any rogue of this family before, you will definitely know what to expect from Windows No-Risk Center and how to remove it.
The reason why Windows No-Risk Center is so successful in infecting multiple computers around the world is that it looks very much like a real antivirus program. It means that users open and use this program, believing it is a legitimate piece of software. After the infection Windows No-Risk Center goes as far as to perform a fake system scan “detecting” multiple threats, such as Trojan-DDoS.Win32, Trojan-Proxy, Server-Proxy, and so on. Windows No-Risk Center offers to remove all of these threats, but if you click the Remove All button you will be directed to the rogue’s purchase page. Therefore, if you don’t want to lose your money for a completely worthless thing, you need to terminate Windows No-Risk Center immediately.
Consequently, you must ignore the fake security notifications generated and sent by the rogue, for example:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
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.
Even though they might seem real, all of it is Windows No-Risk Center’s doing and the rogue will not stop until it extorts the hard-earned money out of you. It will even block your access to Windows Task Manager and Registry editor so that you would not be able to remove Windows No-Risk Center on your own. Nevertheless, you can still send the rogue into a knock-out by entering this code into its registration form:
Once the rogue is “activated”, you will have a breather that you must utilize to delete Windows No-Risk Center for good. Get yourself a computer safeguard tool that will help you to erase Windows No-Risk Center automatically. As a result your system will also be protected against similar attacks.