I always find it annoying when a computer infection mimics the appearance of a real computer safeguard application. Take Windows Security System for example. It looks very much like Windows Defender Software that is an official legitimate program protecting your computer from unwanted threats. Alas, the appearance is nothing but a farce. Instead of trusting it, you should remove Windows Security System from your computer, because little by little this rogue will destroy one part of your system after another, and at the end of the day you might find your system absolutely ruined. And we definitely would not want that.
The thing is Windows Security System has many ways to infiltrate the target computer. And there’s a whole bunch of users who do not take their computer security seriously. I’m especially frustrated by those who click onto whatever flashy thing they see on the Internet. It’s almost as if they’re those flies lured in by dazzling bait. Have you seen a lamp full of dead flies on a summer night? Lamp = flashing advertisements. Dead flies = users infected with Windows Security System. Don’t be one of them.
Otherwise you will be attacked by loads of totally obnoxious messages urging you to terminate one Trojan after another, and of course, these Trojans reported by Windows Security System do not exist in your computer. It’s only a scam to scare the hell out of you and make you pay for a non-existent service. Of course, since the user is infected with Windows Security System, it is VERY likely that there are multiple Trojan infections on board as well, but the rogue would NEVER give away the real infection. It only presents you with a fake list of computer threats you are supposedly must get rid of.
Or it might show something like this as well:
Unauthorized remote connection!
Your system is making an unauthorized personal data transfer to a remote computer!
Warning! Unauthorized personal data transfer is detected! It may be your personal credit card details, logins and passwords, browsing habits or information about files you have downloaded.
To protect your private data, please click “Prevent Connection” button below.
Therefore, instead of waiting for your system to crash with Windows Security System on board, the user should actually suck it up, ignore all the messages about license purchase and then do something about the rogue itself. For starters, how about using the following registration code:
Once Windows Security System gets activated it stops sending fake notifications. But don’t make a mistake a lot of users do! They think that registration is enough and the rogue can be left alone. BY NO MEANS EVER!! You should either erase Windows Security System manually by deleting all the files and processes related to it, or, if you can’t be bothered with manual removal (like most of the users), you can always get yourself a computer safeguard program that will do the job for you. Either way, the point is that Windows Security System has to disappear from your system for good, because it doesn’t belong there.