If you are familiar with Windows Advanced Toolkit, Windows Proactive Safety and others, you should be also aware of Windows Premium Console which is another bogus application of the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. This professional-looking application is created to lure you into buying its supposedly real and full version which is said to be capable of deleting such infections as Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Agent, Backdoor.Win32.Rbot which, when Windows Premium Console is on your computer, does not exist in your computer’s system. The only infection which should be removed from the computer is Windows Premium Console, and you should not delay doing this.
Everything that is presented by the rogue is simulated. You will learn that the rogue continually scans the system, and every time presents various infections, of which you are supposed to be afraid according to the plans of cyber criminals. Note that you should not attempt to remove those infections on your own, because you might remove files which are relevant for the system to function properly. Please also ignore fake notification claiming that a virus or a piece of malware has been detected. You might find these notifications:
Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.
Windows Premium Console is also capable of impairing the system to make you think that the infections are so dangerous that the system stops running properly. For example, the rogue limits access to the Internet so that there is no chance to download an antispyware tool or just look for information about how this infection sneaks into the system. Registry Editor and Task Manager are also disabled. These tools are hidden from users to prevent the removal of the rogue. Registry Editor is a location where the rogue creates its new registry entries which block certain executable files; therefore, manual removal becomes impossible in this case. Task Manager is disabled to hide the processes of Windows Premium Console, which are running in the system.
We should be thankful that ethnical hackers have found a way to deal with this malware. If you want to remove Windows Premium Console on your own, you should use the key provided to activate the rogue, so that it restores Registry Editor and you can reach the rogue’s components.
Activation key: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020
For those of you who find manual removal too complicated we recommend delete Windows Premium Console with a removal tool. All that you need is to use a legitimate antispyware tool which can terminate the infection completely. A powerful tool will remove all the elements of the rogue and protect the system against further infections.