Description of Windows Risk Eliminator consequences of its residing on your PC
Windows Risk Eliminator and other self-promoting antivirus tools incapable of detecting a scintilla of viruses on your PC have been used to create or rather clone another fake security remedy for Windows. Get rid of Windows Risk Eliminator that by means of raving about viruses and attacks on your PC it is preventing inclines you to trust it and waste money into its activation. In order to get this and other threats out of your PC, click here to upload and install free scanner as a first step.
Windows Risk Eliminator Technical Details:
- Full name: Windows Risk Eliminator, WindowsRisk Eliminator, Windows RiskEliminator
- Version: 2011
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware
- Origin:Russian federation
Signs of being infected with Windows Risk Eliminator:
Users may prevent this parasite introduction deleting another one, which is another (preliminary) adware. The preliminary adware is less complex then full-featured fake antispyware. Its only task is to show a sequence of popups.
The popups have been used a dozen of times before Windows Risk Eliminator , i.e. a dozen of similar applications had been spread in this way before it was inherited by the adware in question. Their title reads as follows: “Microsoft Security Essential Alert”. That is, the adware makes it look as though it is Windows that suggest the program to fix particular problem.
In case of weak security of Windows the fake antispyware is introduced passing by user’s approval stage by the same adware that produces fake MSE Alert.
The adware on its installation generates alerts and nag screens in various combinations. Its alerts correspond to its menu sections: system security, privacy, media tools, Internet security. Click here to remove Windows Risk Eliminator covering its preliminary adware and get other risks detected and eliminated.
Windows Risk Eliminator automatival removal:
There are usually no less than two infections to delete for, in case you delete the rogue antispyware only, the fake Microsoft alert generator will remain to lure you again into the fake antivirus installation. This goes without saying that fake protection provided by Windows Risk Eliminator has not protected your PC and exposed it to web and other threats.
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Manual Removal of Windows Risk Eliminator:
Some settings of your PC may be modified with malicious intent by the fake antispyware, including to the purpose of denying access to its files and registry keys. The issue can be resolved by activating Safe Mode when removing Windows Risk Eliminator adware.
Remove Windows Risk Eliminator files and dll’s:
Unregister Windows Risk Eliminator registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” = ‘%UserProfile%\Application Data\<random>.exe’