If there was a hotlist of rogue antispyware applications you should be wary of then Windows Software Saver would definitely make it into the top 10. It is a new member of the Rogue.VirusDoctor family of rogue antispyware, and it has such notorious predecessors as Windows AntiHazard Helper, Windows Process Director, Windows Guardian Angel and many others. The moment Windows Software Saver gets into your system it starts crippling it little by little and before you know it you might experience an ultimate system crash.
In order to avoid it, you should cut down to the chase and remove Windows Software Saver immediately. The rogue will try to stop you by block the Windows Task Manager and the Registry Editor, because that is the fastest way to block the user from removing the rogue manually. Windows Software Saver will also prevent you from opening various executables and using your Internet browser under the pretext that EVERYTHING IS INFECTED and you will be saved only if you purchase Windows Software Saver’s license. Check out the fake security messages below Windows Software Saver tries to convince you with:
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.
Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP: 220.127.116.11
Target: Your passwords for sites
There is no need to say that the messages are fake and you will only lose your money if you expose your credit card information to the creators of Windows Software Saver. Rather than that, you should make use of this activation key:
It will temporarily stop Windows Software Saver from acting up and you will be able to remove the rogue from your computer. However, “registering” the rogue does not mean that you have deleted Windows Software Saver from your computer. Do not waste your time and invest in a legitimate antimalware application that will erase Windows Software Saver for you automatically, if you have no idea how to deal with this rogue on your own. Whichever method you prefer to go along with, everything will turn out just fine as long as you get rid of Windows Software Saver in the end.