- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Servant System
With all the time and effort invested into rogue optimization and defragmenter tools it has become a lot more difficult for even experienced PC users to discern between genuine and fake applications such as this Windows Servant System. It would seem that this rogue in particular emanates from a long line of harmful and heavily despised rogues, such as Windows Problems Solution, Windows Optimal Settings, Windows Problems Protector and Windows System Optimizator to name but only a few. Indeed, this rogue defragger will cause your system a lot more damage than it will good, and will never live up to any of its over embellished promises.
Windows Servant System enters the system surreptitiously through the use of seditious Trojans. These Trojans penetrate the PC’s defenses with the help of dangerous and annoying browser hijacking web domains, bogus online malware scanners and bundled security downloads.
The user will remain largely unaware of Windows Servant System’s presence on the system. Once its infection is securely rooted in the system, Windows Servant System will reveal its presence to the user by starting its attack on the system. This will happen by spamming the user with plenty of falsely generated security alerts. The motivation behind this is to panic the user into paying for its worthless software, as well as to place Windows Servant System in an authoritative light. Do not pay any attention to any of the fake alerts, as they are all without base and completely fake. Some of the fake alerts generated by Windows Servant System include the following:
Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
System component corrupted!
Windows Safety Protection will then prompt the PC owner to scan his system. This will start a fake scan of the PC which ultimately states that a particular file is infected with Trojan.Horse.Win32.PAV.64.a. Windows Safety Protection then prompts the user to install Windows Safety Protection to remove the virus. The text of this prompt is:
Threat prevention solution found
Users who could not get rid of Windows Servant Scan in time complained about being unable to access their Desktops. Despite this being a very annoying symptom, it also prevents you from being able to remove Windows Servant Scan. Follow these instructions to regain access to your Desktop again:
1. Reboot your system. You will find the Windows Servant System startup screen blocking access to your Desktop. Click the “OK” button to make it go away. The malware will start a fake system scan.
At the end of the day the only way you will be able to completely regain control of your PC will be to altogether erase Windows Servant System from the system. This can best be achieved through making use of a genuine security tool which will not only obliterate Windows Servant System but also protect your PC against any similar attacks.