Windows Proprietary Advisor Removal Guide

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Windows Proprietary Advisor is a product of cyber criminals that want to get Windows users’ money easily. They created this fraudulent application to push you into purchasing a so-called full version of Windows Proprietary Advisor. The full version is said to be able to remove Trojans, malware, key loggers, worms and other infections which are supposedly detected by this malware. You should not trust the rogue because it is a clone of Windows Privacy Extension and Windows Pro Defence and others which belong to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The rogues act as if they were legitimate antivirus tools, and this is why you should not trust any of these. If you find that Windows Proprietary Advisor is on your computer, you should immediately remove it from the system.

For those of you who are only thinking of using Windows Proprietary Advisor, this article will help to get an idea of what this infection actually is. As you already know, this rogue pretends that it is a security tool. Therefore, you are bombarded with a great number of infections which have nothing in common with your security. The malware uses names of real infection to scare you into believing that the system is infected with dangerous viruses. Luckily, as these infections are not real, you should pay no attention to Windows Proprietary Advisor and what it says to you. For example, you should ignore all of its imaginary notifications of which some are presented below:

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Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.

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Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.

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Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.

Windows Proprietary Advisor also throws the system into disorder by disabling certain applications and not allowing you to access the Internet. The rogue does not allow users to open Registry Editor and delete its newly created registry entries. The malware also hide Task Manager, which is necessary to view the processes of the system. Additionally, to ensure that nobody or nothing will delete it from the system, Windows Proprietary Advisor disable executable files which are used to detect and remove infections, not to mention the Internet which is disabled, as well.

Registry Editor and the Internet are vital for the removal of Windows Proprietary Advisor. Depending on which way of removal you choose, you need either Registry Editor or the Internet. There are two options for the removal of the rogue. The first one is manual removal which refers to deletion of the components of the rogue one by one. Registry Editor is necessary in this case. To restore the tool, you should active the rogue by entering this activation key 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020 in an appropriate field. Once Registry Editor is restored, you can remove Windows Proprietary Advisor.

However, if the manual removal is too tricky, and you do not want to rely on your own abilities to terminate the infection, use antispyware software to delete the infection. As well as Registry Editor, the Internet connection is also restored and you can download a removal tool on you computer. Note that you should use a legitimate application, because only a reliable tool can delete Windows Proprietary Advisor and protect the system against further infections.

Download Remover for Windows Proprietary Advisor *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

Windows Proprietary Advisor Screenshots:

Windows Proprietary Advisor
Windows Proprietary Advisor
Windows Proprietary Advisor

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