Windows Virtual Security is a clone of Windows Antivirus Release, the latest rogue antispyware from the devious Rogue.VirusDoctor family. This cunning application can invade your system so silently that only after its bogus computer scanner’s windows pop up you will find out about its presence. During those hours or days of silence, the infection can breach your registry, modify autostart programs, disable low level security applications, block Internet connection, remove access to Task Manager, Registry Editor, and make other programs unreachable because of the disabled running of most Windows system’s executable files. This is how schemers will prepare for their deception; blocking most obvious Windows Virtual Security removal options and pushing you into believing that malware are attacking your system. This is when the obnoxious application will be pushed into effect and multiple security notifications will start supporting bogus malware detection reports:
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.
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot is sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (Recommended)
The true meaning behind these intimidating proclamations is to convince you that made-up malware is legitimate, that you can remove them only if you use Windows Virtual Security licensed version’s malware detection and removal attributes. Of course, once you do try to delete infections, secure Windows, enable protection or other seemingly essential rogue’s elements, you will be notified that you need to spend money on its full version and ridiculous purchase page offerings ($99.90 for lifetime protection and support) will be presented to you. You should not spend any of your money on this rogue malware removal product, and, instead, invest it into legitimate and reliable security applications. You should do this even if you have already deleted Windows Virtual Security manually, or you think it has disappeared as you paid money for its worthless license. If the later has truly happened, you should not think that money transfers have saved you from anything, because the “ransom” that you pay for restored Windows integrity will not delete the virus from your computer, and this has to be done, since remaining components could help schemers to manipulate your data, even steal it!
To remove symptoms and get going with Windows Virtual Security dissolution, you can use a registration code, which will work, as if you had bough the useless rogue’s license. After this, you will be able to implement automatic removal tools or follow the manual instructions (see below) without any interruption. And remember that if you have lost your money over the ridiculous scam, you should delete the infection AND inform your bank’s representatives, who will make sure to guard your accounts against any unwanted, criminal activity. What is more, cyber fraud is punishable by law, and if you report this incident to the authorities, other Windows users might be saved from having to deal with obnoxious Windows Virtual Security removal!
Registration code: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020