Windows Care Tool - How to remove

Windows Care Tool

Windows Care Tool is a malicious program that was designed for the one big purpose which is to rip users off. As any other representative from this family, Windows Care Tool may look completely legitimate security program because it displays trustworthy looking alerts reporting about various errors and viruses detected. The fact is that these cyber threats are usually created by the same Windows Care Tool creators with a reason to make you scared into updating the ‘license’. This requirement means nothing else but support for scammers because you will simply be made to share your money with them. So, stop this money-making machine and remove Windows Care Tool as soon as you notice its activity.

When trying to uninstall WindowsCareTool virus, you may find some problems when launching your anti-spyware program. This virus may be disabled by going into safe mode with networking and stopping its randomly named processes running in the background. Because of these executables, Windows Care Tool has ability to launch after you reboot your computer and try to go on the Internet. Instead of reaching your expected website, this fake anti-virus starts displaying fake system scanners and alerts that all will announce viruses. These messages report invented cyber threats in order to make you concerned about your computer’s security, so never believe them. Besides, it is also not recommended removing files reported by Windows Care Tool as malicious ones, because some of them may be completely legitimate your system files.

System component corrupted!
System reboot error has occurred due to lsass.exe system process failure.
This may be caused by severe malware infections.
Automatic restore of lsass.exe backup copy completed.
The correct system performance can not be resumed without eliminating the cause of lsass.exe corruption.

Name: firefox.exe
Name: c:\program files\firefox\firefox.exe
Application that seems to be a key-logger is detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to enable the security mode and run total System scanning.

Malware may come inside your computer undetected because it applies Trojans for its distribution. Besides, when browsing you may be hit by browser hijackers attack and interrupted by its alerts giving such misleading information:

Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
Potential Threat Details
Microsoft Security Essentials detected potential threats that might compromise your private or damage your computer. Your access to these items may be suspended until you take an action. Click ‘show details’ to learn more.

Threat prevention solution found
Security system analysis has revealed critical file system vulnerability caused by severe malware attacks.
Risk of system files infection:
The detected vulnerability may result in unauthorized access to private information and hard drive data with a seriuos possibility of irreversible data loss and unstable PC performance. To remove the malware please run a full system scan. Press ‘OK’ to install the software necessary to initiate system files check. To complete the installation process please reboot your computer.

System Security Warning
Attempt to modify register key entries is detected. Register entries analysis is recommended.

As you can see, Windows Care Tool will do its best in trying to sell its fake license, so don’t waste your time on dealing with it and remove this nasty thing. If simply ignored, it will keep on trying to play havoc with your program files and the Registry. So, use the removal guide written below or rely or automatic spyware removers (like spyhunter) and remove Windows Care Tool just like you should have eliminated Windows Software Guard, Windows Wise Protection, Windows Health Center or Windows Safety Protection malwares. In order to avoid the secret infiltration of such scams, install the ‘licensed’ versions of anti-virus and anti-spyware to have a real time protection.

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2 responses to “Windows Care Tool

  1. I don’t know if what I write may be relevant but I received several phone calls regarding pop ups, slow computer speed etc. but frankly I would like answers. I believe I have been scammed. They spent a lot of time trying to be helpful but it was expensive but queresly he was believable. Hope you can help.

  2. I received a call several weeks ago from someone claiming to be from Windows Care. It was a number from New York City. The guy had an Indian accent. He said “We’ve noticed your computer is running slowly. It must be full of viruses.” It WAS but I didn’t know how HE would know that. He said they would clear the viruses from my system. At this point my computer was so infected with viruses that I could no longer get on the Internet but at least I could still work off line in safe mode. He had me type in several codes. Also my landline is not in the same room as my computer so I had to give him my cell phone number so he could talk me through the steps. at one point my user i.d. number appeared on the screen and he asked me to read him that number. After I read him the number he was able to remotely take control of the curser and he started clicking on different things and showing me how many viruses were infecting my computer- 31.000! He kept me on the phone for half an hour and I had to go because I had some other important business to attend to. I told him I had to go and hung up on him. He called again and said that he could give me 2 years of antivirus protection for $190 or 3 years protection for 2oo something. He asked for my credit card number and I said I didn’t have one but I could sent a check. He said “NO, you have to pay electronically. I wanted me to get a pre-paid debit card and wire the money via Western Union to an overseas account and I said No way! This sounds like a scam to me. I’m not interested. I’ll just buy my own antivirus software. He said No, it’s not a scam! It’s Windows Care! Well, I hung up on him and he tried to call my land line and my cell number repeatedly for several minutes but I wouldn’t answer. HE eventually gave up but when I went back to my computer He left it in a state that was completely unusable. I had to enter a required password and none of the passwords I had ever used worked. I took it to a computer repair shop and they tried to fix it but in the end I ended up having to buy a whole new computer. Cost me over $700 bucks! Ugh!

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