WindowSecure is a fake computer security program, else known as rogue antispyware or fake antivirus. It provides a list of fake positives and then tries to convince you that your system has been compromised. WindowSecure wants you to purchase a full version of the program, in order to remove the supposed viruses.
Thankfully, WindowSecure is in Korean and most of the users do not understand what this program wants from. If you do not have Asian languages enabled on your PC, the rogue's entire interface looks gibberish to you. However, it is really easy to understand what kind of program WindowSecure is.
This rogue does all it can to make it seem as though it is a real antivirus program. After the installation there's even a small WindowSecure icon on your taskbar, and the rogue immediately starts performing a full system scan that is absolutely fake. During the scan, WindowSecure detects a huge number of tracking cookies and then it pops up a notification that says more than 500 malicious codes have been detected within your system.
Then WindowSecure offers to remove those codes and if you choose not to, it pops up yet another table, saying that there are malicious files on your computer that haven't been deleted, and "Do you really want to cancel the removal?". If you click a button that is highlighted in blue, you will be redirected back to WindowSecure purchase page once more.
In order to remove WindowSecure from your computer, you need to delete all the files and processes related to this infection. If you cannot delete the rogue on your own, you are highly recommended to erase WindowSecure with a powerful computer security tool. Do not hesitate to acquire a reliable antimalware tool. With automatic malware removal program, you will also be able to protect your system from other possible threats.