The clandestine rogue anti-spyware Windows Warding Module may seem like a legitimate security tool for operating Windows systems; however, our researchers have discovered that it is nothing else but a fake AV. Do you know what the purpose of this application is? Schemers have developed the threat to trick you into purchasing the full feature version of a completely bogus malware detection and removal tool. Needless to say, if you spend your money on the fictitious application you will gain no benefits. In fact, by making any payments you risk your credit card information to be leaked and this is extremely dangerous. If you have already made the payment make sure you contact your bank and figure out how to protect your financial security in the future. Either, you need to delete Windows Warding Module from the PC and the information below will help you.
Once the rogue antispyware is installed onto the computer, and this can be done with the help of fake online scanners, or using other drive-by download and social engineering scams, it begins a computer scan. Even though the scanner does not look fictitious, we can guarantee that all threats listed within the report (e.g. Trojan-FakeAV) are completely bogus. Of course, this does not mean that you have no malicious threats to remove. In fact, it is highly likely that a legitimate malware remover could find and delete a number of dangerous computer infections, primarily Windows Warding Module. Some other rogues which you may face performing the same bogus computer scanning are Windows Active HotSpot, Windows Cleaning Toolkit and Windows Expert Console. All of these threats belong to the same family (Rogue.VirusDoctor) and are represented with the same interfaces.
It has been discovered that the clandestine infection can block the running of certain system executables. This may lead to restricted access to Registry Editor, Task Manager and even web browsers. Needless to say, this may create Windows Warding Module removal issues. Unfortunately, some Windows users may be completely out of the loop with the necessary removal procedures. If you are convinced that the scanner is legitimate and you believe that the fictitious pop-ups (see below) are authentic you may fall into the trap and become a victim of schemers.
Trojan activity detected. System integrity at risk.
Full system scan is highly recommended.
System data security is at risk!
To prevent potential PC errors, run a full system scan.
We strongly advise that you remove Windows Warding Module from the system the moment you discover it recommending you to delete supposedly existing malware. The threat can expose Windows security vulnerabilities and allow other threats to take over. If this is not what you wish you should install automatic malware detection/removal software right away. How can you install Windows security software if the threat has corrupted your PC? Follow the instructions below.