The makers of Windows Advanced User Patch stopped showing their imagination because Windows ProSecurity Scanner was brought into being without any massive changes. Like older versions, Windows ProSecurity Scanner regards Windows users as credulous people and think that they can be manipulated easily. If you do not know that Windows ProSecurity Scanner is a fictitious program, which should be removed from the computer, you will be manipulated into believing that the system is at risk.
Windows ProSecurity Scanner will get into your computer silently and install without any permission and will arrogantly scare you into thinking that the system is infected with a bunch of “threats”. The rogue will display imaginary threats after simulated system’s scans. On the right corner of the screen, annoying pop-ups will appear without any reason, and you will be unable to get rid of them. The only way to get rid of all the lies that are told is to remove Windows ProSecurity Scanner itself.
It does not matter how you eliminate Windows ProSecurity Scanner, but it has to be removed. Manual removal is not recommended if you do not have knowledge of how it should be done. If you think that this is a very easy procedure, do not attempt to remove Windows ProSecurity Scanner manually either. The way to get rid of the malware is to install a legitimate antispyware application capable of deleting the rogue.