Windows Trouble Taker comes forth in order to completely ruin your computer and it is certainly able to do that, because it belongs to the same family as Windows Debug Center, Windows Defending Center. These rogue antispyware applications can successfully steal your money. All you have to do is reveal your financial information to the likes of Windows Trouble Taker. The rogue achieves that by forcing you to believe that you system is infected with viruses and you need to purchase the full version of Windows Trouble Taker in order to terminate the said infections.
The moment you load Windows Trouble Taker’s purchase page you are asked to fill in the form with your personal and credit card information. This is the turning point, because if you follow Windows Trouble Taker’s instructions, the people behind this rogue will be able to access your bank account and steal of all your money. At the same time your computer will still be infected with Windows Trouble Taker, so you must remove it at all costs.
Windows Trouble Taker usually hides behind fake online malware scanners, thus you must be careful about what you click on when you browse the Internet, because you can never know when you can get infected with Windows Trouble Taker. It won’t be long before you will be looking for ways to delete this rogue, if you fall for its sophisticated lies. It is possible to erase Windows Trouble Taker on your own, but if you are not of your computing skills it is best to remove Windows Trouble Taker with a legitimate antimalware program. At the same time it will protect your machine against similar attacks.
As it has already been established that this rogue is a member of Rogue.VirusDoctor family, you have to deal with this infection as soon as possible. The more so, because Windows Trouble Taker is very efficient in blocking your Internet connection. Our researches have found out that it takes no longer than 30 seconds for Windows Trouble Taker to block your Internet browser once it has settled in your system. Without the Internet it is a lot harder to get rid of Windows Trouble Taker and this is exactly what the rogue aims for.
Aside from blocking your Internet Windows Trouble Taker will also flood you with fake security notifications:
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet.
Windows Media Player Resources
C:\Windows\system32\dllcache\wmploc.dll is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
You should know already that these messages are not real. Also, you must ignore the fake scan results that claim you have been infected with such threats as RarePacker, Trojan.MSIL.Agent, Client-SMTP and so on.
It is crucial that you remove Windows Trouble Taker as soon as possible, but even if you are well-versed in manual rogue removal, this malicious application blocks Windows Task Manager and Registry Editor - two system tools that are necessary for the manual rogue removal. In order to get your tools back, use this activation key to "register" Windows Trouble Taker:
Afterwards, make use of the time you have before Windows Trouble Taker strikes back and get yourself a reliable antimalware application to remove Windows Trouble Taker along with its components. Do not wait until your computer experiences a full system crash.