If you have not paid for the fake full version of Windows Virus Hunter yet, then you are very lucky, because the only thing that you should do with this fake antivirus software is remove it from the system. Windows Virus Hunter is a copy of Windows Interactive Security, Windows Proprietary Advisor, Windows Privacy Extension and others, and as they are attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, you cannot trust any of these applications. The criminals who have created these infections want to get easy money from unsuspecting Windows users; hence, they apply different scare tactics to lead users to believe that a full version of Windows Virus Hunter is a solution to all problems – the software will supposedly remove all infections and ensure legal protection. However, this application is bogus, and you should not use it to protect your system.
There are two different ways to get this type of infection as Windows Virus Hunter. The malware can be installed by a user, or it can steal into the system unnoticed due to the presence of a Trojan which usually is unnoticed by users. A Trojan downloads the malware, and the “party” gets started.
Once Windows Virus Hunter is installed, the system is supposedly scanned to find simulated infections, which you should not try to delete because they simply do no exist in the system. By presenting fake viruses, Trojans, worms, malware, key loggers, the malware is trying to make you think that the system is infection. Do not worry, because the only infection is Windows Virus Hunter which should be removal. Additionally, the rogue presents messages which contain inaccurate information. Again, the bogus messages present misleading information that your system is infection. Find how these infections look like:
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.
These and other notifications stop being displayed as soon as you activate the rogue. Keep in mind the fact that you should not purchase the activation key to disable the notifications, because a purchase of Windows Virus Hunter means that you lose you your money and that your money in your bank is available to the cyber criminals behind the rogue. Additionally, the activation of Windows Virus Hunter means that such Windows applications as Registry Editor, Task Manager and certain executable files are restored as well as the Internet. Once you have everything restored, you can delete the infection.
Activation key: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020
We advise you to remove Windows Virus Hunter with an automatic spyware removal tool which fully deletes infections and does not allow them to re-enter the system. Your only task in this case is to find a reliable removal tool so that there is no risk that other infections invade the system. Reliable and powerful antispyware software will not impair the system but will help it to run properly.