Presently, cyber criminals are as dangerous as muggers on the streets. Be aware of the danger of using unreliable applications such as Windows Privacy Extension which is created by cyber criminals to obtain your money by deception. Windows Privacy Extension is a replacement for Windows Control Series, Windows Pro Defence and other bogus applications which due to their characteristics are attributed to the same Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The malware should be deleted from the system to avoid further damage, data and money loss.
How is it possible that Windows Privacy Extension may cause damage to the system? First, the rogue scares you into believing that the system is infected. Second, if you swallow the bait, you pay for its imaginary full version and lose your money and identifiable information. Still unclear how this is achieved? If the answer is yes, keep on reading.
Windows Privacy Extension pretends to be a legitimate Windows security tool, which gets to your system unnoticed if it is installed by a Trojan. The deception begins once the rogue present the first piece of information. You get fake system scans, imaginary infections and simulated warnings and errors. This illusion of the presence of a legitimate antivirus tool is very easy to believe in, because Windows Privacy Extension looks professional – the interface of the rogue looks appealing; the icons of the applications are identical to Windows applications’ icons; the texts provided are written in correct English and sound convincing. However, everything related to this rogue has to be ignored. To help you recognize how Windows Privacy Extension might trick you, we provide you with some of the bogus notifications:
Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server
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.
You should also be aware of certain problems that the rogue poses. According to criminals’ intentions, Windows Privacy Extension should remain in the system for as long as possible; hence, all possible ways of removal are not available. The rogue disables the Internet, and you cannot download a removal tool. Executable files which would detect the infection are disabled as soon as you attempt to launch them; Registry Editor and Task Manager are hidden as well. Then the two tools are inaccessible, you cannot remove registry entries created by the rogue and see the processes of the system. Nonetheless, thanks to technical experts, you can remove Windows Privacy Extension in the way you prefer.
There is an activation key which is provided after the purchase of the rogue. This key disables annoying pop-ups and restores the Internet, Registry Entries and other tools. When, for example, Registry Editor is restored, you can delete Windows Privacy Extension manually. You do not need to pay for the key now, because it is already provided for you:
If you feel a need to delete Windows Privacy Extension manually, remember, that you cannot miss its components, because the rogue will not be deleted completely. However, if you feel a need to have the rogue removed by a removal tool, use antispyware software to terminate the infection, and there will be no damage caused to the system.