- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
There is nothing more annoying than the never-ending security pop-ups. Especially if they are fake security alerts. Control Commander is a program which sends user exactly that kind of messages with intention to make the user fall for this scam. If that happens, the user is left with a damaged computer and an empty bank account, so it is more than obvious that Control Commander must be deleted from the computer as soon as it gets detected.
To make matters single, Control Commander is a rogue antipsyware program, and it comes from the same line of computer threats as Control Center and Privacy Center. This rogue is designed to pose as a genuine security program, and some users really cannot tell the difference between the rogue and the real thing, so one must be very careful while browsing the Internet, because there are all kinds of dangers looming behind every single corner. Dangers like Control Commander.
There is a whole set of symptoms that your system displays once it is infected by Control Commander. The rogue sends annoying pop-up messages, "indicating" that there are certain security errors in your computer, which, of course, do not exist. It also initiates a fake system scan, the results of which screech of numbers of critical security errors, which you need to take care of immediately. Needless to say, that the results of this scan are absolutely fake.
If that weren't enough Control Commander slows down your computer's performance and it can change your desktop's settings. All of that is done in order to make you or convince you to pay for the full version of the program. The full version of Control Commander supposedly should help you get rid of the threats and then enjoy the outstanding performance of your computer, but it is no where near the truth.
And the truth is that Control Commander only wants you to pay for the full version in hopes of luring your money out of you. Because when you "purchase" the license for the program, you also give away your credit card information to the creators of the rogue, thus allowing them to access your account anytime they wish. Don't let this happen. Delete Control Commander from your computer before you have been robbed. If you don't know how to get rid of it manually, acquire a good malware detector which would terminate the rogue automatically. Just do not sit there and wait until it is too late.
How to manually remove Control Commander
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