- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Problems Remover
Despite the continued effort of the online security industry to educate consumers on the perils of rogue security tools, many PC owners continue to fall prey to the likes of Windows Problems Remover rogue antispyware. This seditious rogue finds its roots in the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials scam. Although Windows Problems Remover might come across as a genuine security tool, the truth is it was designed with the exclusive purpose of ripping its victims off. Windows Problems Remover does not own the ability to either detect or remove any threat or infection, as it is an infection in itself. It does not pose any benefit to an infected PC, and users will do well to simply get rid of Windows Problems Remover while there is still time.
Windows Problems Remover enters the PC under suspicious circumstances. Most times it is an unsolicited infiltration of the system without the user’s consent or knowledge. This is accomplished by Windows Problems Remover making use of sneaky Trojans which enter the system on the sly. These Trojan horse infections are distributed through a complex collaborative effort which include browser hijackers, bogus online malware scanners and bundled downloads obtained via third party websites. However way Windows Problems Remover enters the system, it does not spell well for the PC owner who values his system’s safety and good performance.
The PC owner will remain largely unaware of Windows Problems Remover’s presence on the system until such time as it reveals itself by making use of numerous types of fake security alerts. These notifications were designed to falsely panic the user into thinking his PC is crippled under severe infections. In truth, these purported threats do not exist or legitimate Windows components are made up to be threats when they aren’t. If the user attempts to remove the legitimate files that Windows Problems Remover falsely classifies as threats he might end up causing severe and permanent damage to the operation of the system. All correspondence from Windows Problems Remover is fake and should be treated as suspect as it is all part of Windows Problems Remover’s attack on the system aimed at ultimately extorting money from its victim. Some of the fake security messages used by Windows Problems Remover read as follows:
Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
Threat prevention solution found
System Security Warning
System component corrupted!
The correct system performance can not be resumed without eliminating the cause of lsass.exe corruption.
None of these fake security alerts deserve to enjoy any type of attention, and should constantly be disregarded and seen as the annoying ploy that it is.
Users who did not get rid of Windows Problems Remover in time complained about being unable to launch any type of executable on their PCs, as well as being unable to connect to the Internet. Others reported increased erratic system behavior coupled with extremely poor system performance. In truth, Windows Problems Remover will take control of your PC and hold it ransom until you pay for its fake software. It will not allow you the normal operation of your system, and will ultimately render it utterly useless.
Do not allow this rogue software to ruin your expensive investment, destroy Windows Problems Remover immediately to circumvent its devastating symptoms on your PC. The best way of going about this is by investing in a properly functioning and updated security tool which will not only erase Windows Problems Remover from the system but also offer adequate future protection against similar threats.
How to manually remove Windows Problems Remover
Files associated with Windows Problems Remover infection:
Windows Problems Remover processes to kill: