- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Pw.exe is the main executable to be found in a host of different rogue antispyware applications. Pw.exe is actually one annoying rogue with 27 different names such as the well known and much hated rogue antispyware applications Vista Malware, Vista Guard, Win 7 Antispyware, XP Internet Security 2011, XP Antispyware 2011 and many more. This is irrefutable proof that pw.exe is a harmful process behind some of the most devastating parasites threatening the health and well being of your system.
What makes pw.exe more difficult to identify as the culprit is its ability to adapt to its different surroundings so easily and comfortably. Depending on the operating system, pw.exe adjusts its attack accordingly and changes the name of the proffered rogue to fit with the operating system. Which means should the victim’s PC be running on Windows 7, the rogue’s name will appear as Win 7 Internet Security 2011. If it happens to run Vista, the rogue will appear as Vista Internet Security 2011.
Whatever operating system you are running, pw.exe is bad news and should be removed. As it is responsible for the operation of the rogue security tool, you will need to kill pw.exe in the Task Manager in order to effectively remove the rogue from your PC. If you do not feel confident to perform a manual removal, you are well advised to make use of a properly functioning and powerful security tool to aid you in your quest. This is the best route to follow since you can cause irreparable damage to your system should you performing a botched manually removal of pw.exe.