- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows No-Risk Agent
You can never be too sure of what might be lurking in the dark corners of the virtual space, and rogue antispyware Windows No-Risk Agent is one of the dangers you need to avoid by all means. This bogus security tool will try to enter your computer with any given chance, and after that, will mimic an infection, which will push you into paying money for a completely useless Windows No-Risk Agent’s license. If you act carelessly, this rogue application will damage your computer, steal your money, and remove important Windows privileges.
Creators behind the bogus Windows No-Risk Agent know many tricky ways to invade your computer, using fake online scanners, hijacked web pages, spam email attachments, and various other security backdoors. And even though Windows No-Risk Agent may have a presence of a legitimate antispyware, it will never offer you real protection form any infectious applications, which may attack your system in the near future. Actually, even if you will be offered services to clean up your system from any malware, Windows No-Risk Agent itself is the only malicious application you should worry about.
Windows No-Risk Agent’s main aim is to make you pay money for something you do not need, and even if you waste your money on its ridiculous tool, it is not the worst thing that could happen. During the purchase, you will be forced to expose such important, identifiable data as addresses, phone numbers, full name and bank account details, all of which could be easily used in other hackers’ schemes! So, if you do not want to have your name linked to mischievous scams and fraud, avoid and remove Windows No-Risk Agent as quickly as possible! It is not recommended deleting the infection manually, if you do not have the right Windows experience, in which case you should acquire legal security tools, which could protect for a long time after Windows No-Risk Agent is removed!
Windows No-Risk Agent is a serial rogue antispyware application that replaces Windows Software Saver, Windows AntiHazard Helper, Windows Process Director and many other rogues from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. Unless you remove it immediately, Windows No-Risk Agent will soon block your executables and your Internet connection, claiming that it has to be done to protect your system from dangerous infections:
What is more, Windows No-Risk Agent will also deny your access to Windows Task Manager and Registry Editor in order to prevent you from removing the rogue manually. You can, however, successfully neuter Windows No-Risk Agent with the use of this activation key:
After the "registration" Windows No-Risk Agent will act as though it has deleted all the viruses present, but that is only the calm before the storm, because the rogue will be back with its original act very soon. That is why you have to get yourself a reliable antimalware application and delete Windows No-Risk Agent without any further ado.
How to renew your internet connection:This rogue antispyware blocks your Internet connection to prevent you from removing the rogue application. To enable the Internet connection, please follow these instructions:
How to manually remove Windows No-Risk Agent
Files associated with Windows No-Risk Agent infection:
Windows No-Risk Agent.lnk
%CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Windows No-Risk Agent.lnk
%Desktop%\Windows No-Risk Agent.lnk
Windows No-Risk Agent DLL's to remove:
Windows No-Risk Agent processes to kill:
Remove Windows No-Risk Agent registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\antivirus.exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Settings "net" = 2012-3-5_1
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System "DisableTaskMgr" = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System "DisableRegistryTools" = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings "WarnOnHTTPSToHTTPRedirect" = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System "DisableRegedit" = 0