- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Premium Shield
If the clandestine Windows Premium Shield has corrupted your PC, it is possible that various malicious computer infections are now running on your Windows operating system. The devious rogue anti-spyware could have been installed with packaged software, using drive-by download scams, or it could have been offered to you via a misleading online scanner promising you to delete allegedly existing threats. Even though the dubious malware remover may look authentic and reliable at first, we are 100% sure that it is fictitious and will never serve you as a legitimate malware detection and removal tool. Since the application has not been designed to assist the removal of computer threats, you need to question its intentions. Unfortunately, the only objective behind the threat is to trick you into purchasing the full version tool. Instead of doing that you should remove Windows Premium Shield ASAP.
Windows Premium Shield belongs to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, and some may already be aware of it due to the high volume of threats which are considered to be affiliated. Windows Prime Booster, Windows Accelerator Pro and Windows Efficiency Console are the latest rogues which have been created by the devious cyber criminals. Unfortunately, they have lots of experience with rogues, their distribution and management, which is why malware keep attacking PCs. As our researchers have discovered, as soon as the rogue’s files are dropped onto the computer, they can modify the Windows Shell to disable access to the desktop and can block the running of most executable files. This is why you may think that access to the Task Manager, Registry Editor and other utilities has been removed. This should not discourage you from getting Windows Premium Shield deleted.
Those computer users who do not recognize the scam right away may believe that in order to remove supposedly attacking malware it is necessary to purchase the full version of Windows Premium Shield. Even though you may be tempted to purchase the Lifetime subscription and Lifetime support package for $99.90, this is not where you should invest your money. Even though the interface of the fictitious anti-spyware appears authentic, in reality neither the scanner nor the displayed recommended should be trusted. Please see an example of the fictitious information you may be introduced to.
Ignore the misleading information because it is meant to route you to the Windows Premium Shield purchase page. If you decide to acquire the program, you will need to enter your cardholder name, email, card number, phone number and other requested information, and this may put you at risk of future phishing scams. We strongly recommend that you delete Windows Premium Shield as soon as you discover the fictitious malware detection and removal tool running on the PC. Whether you wish to delete the threat manually or using automatic spyware removal software, we advise that you begin by activating the full version of the rogue. Do not waste your money and simply activate one of the registration keys below. As soon as the existing symptoms are removed, go ahead and delete the existing computer threats. We advise using SpyHunter to perform this task.
Alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to delete Windows Premium Shield from the computer.
How to remove Windows Premium Shield?