How to remove Windows Risk Minimizer?
What is Windows Risk Minimizer?
Windows Risk Minimizer is a dangerous application that should be called rogue anti-spyware. This fake anti-spyware is released by the same creators as Windows Managing System scamware that similarly reports about invented viruses detected on your PC. Please, keep in mind that you must remove Windows Managing System from your computer and never fall into purchasing the license of this or any other rogue. If not eliminated, Windows Risk Minimizer will continue ‘checking’ your hard drive for problems and will pop-up every time you start using your PC. For removal, use reputable anti-spyware program that has all virus fixes.
The reason why Windows Risk Minimizer launches once the PC is rebooted is really simple – malware is designed to modify the registry as soon as it manages to get inside the system. In addition, it drops some harmless system files that additionally will be detected as malware. Please, never remove those files that will be reported by Windows Risk Minimizer as malicious ones because some of them may be legitimate ones that are useful for your computer’s work.
When it comes an infiltration moment, Windows Risk Minimizer relies on tojans that come inside the system through security vulnerabilities found. In most of the cases, this infiltration stays unnoticed by any victim and he is never asked any permission before this rogue anti-spyware is installed onto his/her workstation. In addition, Windows Risk Minimizer starts displaying fake alerts and system scanners that all announce about numerous viruses detected. Keep in mind that though it looks trutworthy and legitimate, Windows Risk Minimizer has no capability to detect or remove any kind of malware because it has an empty virus data base. Please, ignore such or similar alerts:
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet.
Windows Media Player Resources
C:\Windows\system32\dllcache\wmploc.dll is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Software without a digital signature detected.
Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
Recomended: Please use secure encrypted protocol for torrent links.
Torrent link detected!
Receiving this notification means that you have violated the copyright laws. Using Torrent for downloading movies and licensed software shall be prosecuted and you may be sued for cybercrime and breach of law under the SOPA legislation.
Please register your copy of the AV to activate anonymous data transfer protocol through the torrent link.
When Windows Risk Minimizer is running on your machine, it won’t stop reporting about numerous viruses detected on your PC. The basic thing you must remember about those alerts is that these infections are completely fabricated though. Believing those viruses will lead you to the money loss because that’s the only reason why such scam is created. No matter how trustworthy it looks, ignore its offers to purchase its licensed version because it is dangerous just like the same Windows Risk Minimizer. So, as soon as you find this malware on your computer, make sure you remove Windows Risk Minimizer without any delay. We highly recommend you using reputable anti-spyware program Spyhunter or 2012 version of spyware doctor that has all virus fixes and is capable to remove all infected files from your computer.
Windows Risk Minimizer is Extremely dangerous
Windows Risk Minimizer may spread via Trojans
Windows Risk Minimizer may display fake security messages
Windows Risk Minimizer may install additional spyware to your computer
Windows Risk Minimizer may repair its files, spread or update by itself
Windows Risk Minimizer violates your privacy and compromises your security
for Windows Risk Minimizer detection
Note: Spyhunter trial provides detection of parasite like Windows Risk Minimizer and assists in its removal for free. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.
Windows Risk Minimizer screenshots
Manual Windows Risk Minimizer removal
Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove Windows Risk Minimizer, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend using Spyhunter or other malware and spyware removal applications found on 2-viruses.com.
Stop these Windows Risk Minimizer processes:
Disable these Windows Risk Minimizer DLL files::
Remove these Windows Risk Minimizer Registry Entries:
Remove these Windows Risk Minimizer files:
It is impossible to list all file names and locations of modern parasites. You can identify remaining parasites, other Windows Risk Minimizer infected files and get help in Windows Risk Minimizer removal by using free Spyhunter scanner. It comes with free real-time protection module that helps preventing Windows Risk Minimizer and similar threats.
Windows Risk Minimizer is classified as Rogue Anti-Spyware. After infecting a user’s system, it proceeds to scare its victim into buying the “product” by displaying fake security messages, stating that your computer is infected with spyware and only Windows Risk Minimizer can help you to remove it after you download the trial version. As soon as the victim downloads Windows Risk Minimizer trial version, it pretends to scan your computer and shows a grossly exaggerated amount of non-existent errors. Then, Windows Risk Minimizer offers to buy the full version to fix these false errors. If the user agrees, Windows Risk Minimizer does not only fix the errors, but it also takes the user’s money and may even install additional spyware into the victim’s computer.
Some Rogue Anti-Spyware, such as Windows Risk Minimizer, may offer users to buy it after the victim clicks on a banner or a pop-up while surfing the internet. Usually, a Trojan is installed to a victim’s computer after clicking on the advertisement. It then proceeds to download or even install Windows Risk Minimizer, which is another way for Rogue Anti-Spyware to spread itself.
Most of rogue Anti-Spyware, such as Windows Risk Minimizer, is nearly impossible to remove manually.