Do you recognize the Rogue.VirusDoctor family name? The quickly growing group of rogue antispyware software, and its newest addition Windows Smart Warden, has caused a lot of damage to PC users around the world. Just like its clones Windows Functionality Checker, Windows Performance Catalyst or Windows Protection Master, Windows Smart Warden is able to infect such Windows components as Task Manger and Windows Registry. It is also known to restrict networking, and can slow down your computer to the point it will become simply inactive. Nonetheless, the most important task for the rogue is to convince you to buy a full version of a useless program. So before it harms your computer and makes a dishonest profit, you need to remove Windows Smart Warden immediately.
If you have prompted the installation of the rogue, it will start scanning your computer with a completely fake scanner. This is why you should ignore any threat this scanner informs you of. Do not believe any worms, Trojans or other malware supposedly active in your computer, because it simply is not true! Windows Smart Warden can also use an imitation of Windows security to convince you with antispyware’s legitimacy. Do not trust this information or any type of alert you will get about a bogus infection:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
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.
These threats are NOT harming your computer, and are there to push you into believing that you need a powerful tool which could delete the infection from your computer for good. It is true that you need a strong antispyware program, but it should be used not against the non-existent threats, but to remove Windows Smart Warden itself! So do not buy the rogue product that will never protect you, and invest your money into something effective! If you are an experienced Windows user, you can try to remove Windows Smart Warden manually. Note that you should never do this, if you do not have required experience, as you are likely to cause even more damage.