Windows Emergency System
There is no end to the spread of fake security programs on the web. Windows Emergency System is just another addition to the ever-growing throng of malicious applications which are there to turn your computer into ruins. This new rogue system optimization application is a direct clone of such infamous parasites as Windows Efficiency Magnifier, Windows Remedy, Windows Efficiency Manager and many more. These rogues are part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials fraud, which means they imitate the appearance and functions of genuine security system, but the keyword here is “imitate”, because they do nothing that they promise to do.
Windows Emergency System is able to access your system by various means, and you will never know when exactly you get infected by this rogue. Perhaps you have the infection already, but you simply don’t know it yet. If you consider your computer’s safety your top priority, you are strongly recommended to download the suggested malware scanner and check your system.
The reason why Windows Emergency System still finds its way into your system is that this rogue has a well-developed distribution system. Various browser hijackers and fake online malware scanners relentlessly promote this rogue and you can really be just one click away from this infection. Please refrain from clicking on various pop-ups, flash advertisements and links to unknown sites when you browse the internet, because that might lead to serious contamination. However, if you have been infected already, you will encounter one disturbing feature of Windows Emergency System in that this parasite is able to block your desktop. You will not be able to perform the usual tasks if you don’t have the access to your desktop, therefore, please follow these instructions to get your desktop back:
1. Reboot your computer and wait until you see Windows Emergency System’s application on your screen. To make the application go away click the “OK” button.
The desktop blocking symptom should be enough for you to realize that Windows Emergency System is a malicious program. It does nothing but harms your computer, at the same time trying very hard to make you pay for the full version of the product which, supposedly, should help you to remove the threats from your system. Needless to say, that every single notification generated by Windows Emergency System is fake and you should ignore all of these messages:
System component corrupted!
Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
Threat prevention solution found
System Security Warning
Poor spelling in these messages should be enough to convince that Windows Emergency System is a fake program and you should stay away from it. If you allow it to remain entrenched in your system, it will result in total system crash, not to mention that your bank account will also be constantly targeted. Do what is best for your computer and terminate Windows Emergency System at once.