Windows Ultimate Security Patch does not protect your system although it says it does. Windows Ultimate Security Patch is a fake security application which has been designed to scare you into exposing your financial data to the cyber criminals who created Windows Defence Counsel and other rogues used for the same purpose. Windows Ultimate Security Patch is attributed to Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The family is distinguished from other rogues because its members have the same characteristics such as interface and the manner of deception. You should remove this application, because it is absolutely insignificant.
Ignore the content of the information you receive from the rogue. Scans of the system and results of the scans are imaginary. Such threats as P2P-Worm.Win32, Trojan.Win32.Qhost and Rootkit.Win32.KernelBot should not be considered as present in the system. These threats are real infection if they are presented by a legitimate security program; therefore, as the infections are presented by a fake application, there is no need to worry. Also, you should not worry about simulated alarm messages popping up out of from Task Bar. You might find a bunch of various notifications; two of them are provided for you:
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.
According to the first notification given, you should activate Windows Ultimate Security Patch if you want to remove the “infections”. Forget what it says, because the rogue wants to trick you. The activated rogue will not delete anything because it is simply incapable of doing it. In this case, you should delete Windows Ultimate Security Patch and keep your financial data beyond the reach of criminals.
In addition, Windows Ultimate Security Patch creates certain disorders of the system’s workings. You might notice that Task Manager is inaccessible as well as Registry Editor. Registry Editors, an important application which allows you to view what changes after the installation of a new program are made, is disabled so that you can not remove the rogue manually. This tool is very important for the removal of the rogue, because one of the requirements of the deletion is to remove the registry entries created by the rogue. Moreover, the malware disables certain executable files and the Internet connection. The rogue seeks to remain in the system unmoved for as long as possible. Luckily, the white hat hackers have found a solution for dealing with Windows Ultimate Security Patch.
In order to get rid of the infection, you should use an activation key which disables the pop-up messages and restores the Windows tools which have been disabled previously.
Activation key: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020
Note that after the activation, the rogue is remains in the system, and you still have to eliminate it. If you are an IT technician, the removal of Windows Ultimate Security Patch should not present any difficulties to you. Such terms as registry entries, files and processes should be familiar to you. However, if you do not know how to delete Windows Ultimate Security Patch manually, we recommend you use a powerful and reliable antispyware application which will remove the rogue automatically. All that you have to do is install antispyware, if you do not have one, and launch it to start the analysis of the system.