- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
- Blocks system files from running
- Blocks Internet browsers
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Windows Antivirus Adviser
Windows Antivirus Adviser is a dangerous rogue antispyware application. It enters your computer with the intention to rip you off. If you do nothing about it, Windows Antivirus Adviser can also cripple your computer, and then you will definitely have to spend money on malware removal. The most important thing is to understand that Windows Antivirus Adviser is not the real deal, and this program will only display fake notifications. The sooner you remove Windows Antivirus Adviser from your computer, the sooner you will be able to go back to your usual Internet browsing habits.
To be honest, we have encountered something like Windows Antivirus Adviser before. This application comes from a huge rogue family called the Rogue.VirusDoctor or the Rogue.FameVimes. All of the previously released rogues from this group are identical. They use Windows XP graphic user’s interface, trying to convince the infected user that Windows Antivirus Adviser or any other application from the family (like Windows Security Master, Windows Defence Unit or Windows Protection Tool) are legitimate computer security applications that have entered your system in order to protect your PC from harm. Needless to say, that is a blatant lie. Windows Antivirus Adviser will disrupt your system performance so that it would be able to steal your money.
Windows Antivirus Adviser can easily make an impression that your computer is severely infected with malware. The fake antivirus program is configured to run automatically the moment you turn on your computer, so do not be surprised to see a fake scan window pop up on your screen. What is more, Windows Antivirus Adviser will block executable files and Windows Task Manager to emphasize the impression that you are infected, and to prevent you from stopping the rogue’s process manually. As a result, it seems that the only way out of this situation would be investing in the full version of Windows Antivirus Adviser, but that is something you should NEVER do.
If you were to purchase the full version of this rogue antispyware application, you would reveal your financial information to cyber criminals, and they would exploit it for illegal financial operations. To bypass Windows Antivirus Adviser’s defense system, use the activation key below. Click the question mark icon at the top right of the rogue’s interface and “activate” it:
When you “activate” this rogue application, all the infection symptoms will disappear for the time being. This will be your chance to invest in a powerful antispyware tool and terminate Windows Antivirus Adviser automatically. You can follow the instructions below to download a legal antispyware scanner.
How to remove Windows Antivirus Adviser