Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is a trickily designed application which needs to be removed from every PC once it starts pop-upping out of nowhere. Though it looks as a completely legitimate program from Microsoft, in reality it tries to trick users into purchasing its “recommended” anti-virus. The application from Microsoft is reliable and at the time of its release it was updated monthly for new features and capacities. However, the sneaky pest that we are referring to in this post is not the same app. Once users’ devices become somehow infected with Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, they are going to be appended with a MalwareRemoval.exe. This entry is going to be found in the Program Files folder. For that, it triggers numerous deceptive popup alerts.
About Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
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However, all the threats reported by this Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool in reality are non existent your system files or legitimate ones, important for a normal computer’s functionality. The malicious activity of this rogue is also followed by fake system scanners that imitate their work and various notifications similarly reporting viruses.
Real Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool does not appear with its notifications on computer screen from nowhere and does not display alerts every one or two minutes. Using this cleverly designed program, scammers expect you to purchase it. However, whenever it happens for you to encounter any similar software, make sure you check everything with a program which can be trusted. If detected, remove Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool as soon as possible. We are sure that you do want to purchase an application which is not going to be loyal to your device in any way. The only purpose for the fabricated Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is to profit from this low-life copy.
We have already mentioned that Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool will start up scans at random moments of your browsing. As soon as such scanning is completed, users will be introduced with the high-risk issues, currently being relevant to the user. The program might indicate an infection with a spyware, Trojan or any other. To solve this security issue appropriately, users will be suggested to purchase applications like Norton SystemWorks or Norton 360. Their prices vary from $40 to $60 dollars.
Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool will make another addition to users’ devices. In the Program Files category, the same folder MalwareRemoval, you will another executable: SecurityCenter.exe. Furthermore, the fake tool is going to present notifications in the users task bar, implying that system is compromised by viruses.
Distribution Methods of Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
People might have believed to be downloading the Microsoft version of this program, while actually being tricked into getting the Fake Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool. On the other hand, the malicious one might have travelled as an optional software to other free applications. If you notice that bizarre scanning is done regularly and suggests that your system has been compromised by a number of viruses, then it is very possible that your device is put into a dicey situation. Simply disregard all of the detected threats and remain calm. You can try to find this
You can read more about the legitimate Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool on official website of Microsoft support.microsoft.com.
During March of 2011 a parasite with similar name was released : MS Removal tool. It is a different parasite, and its removal instructions are different.
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