Do not blame Microsoft for Windows problem; get rid of the fake Microsoft Security Essential virus instead. To be more précis, do not get alarmed by any fake Security alert on your screen that tells you that your computer has been affected by an unknown Win 32/Trojan virus. What is more, the virus may virtually terrorize you by emphasizing that it will cause extensive harm to the working of your system, eventually leading to corruption of all files and folders.
The message also directs you to go for a (fake) scan of your complete computer system, the end result displaying severe infection by (fake) Trojan.Horse.Win32.PAV.64.a. The intimidations do not stop there but continues to state that it will invade into your personal information comprising your bank account, credit card details and many such secret data. It also alerts you about corruption of your hard drive, thus causing immense loss both in terms of money and time. The fake alert ends with advice to install the full version of Windows Problems Infection in order to ascertain the range of the infection.
However, as you install it and reboot your system, a (fake) Windows Problems Infection screen will appear in front of your normal Windows screen, suggesting that you further scan your entire system to locate other additional viruses. These are likely to range from Trojans to spywares, malwares, etc. In this way, many other virus or viruses will invade your system, thus causing fake Windows Problem for you. More often than not, these (fake) alerts are scams meant for terrorizing the user into clicking links on pop-ups that promise to fix the problem through purchase of unnecessary fake anti-spyware programs that are really pricy.
However, here the steps to get rid of the virus
Check the name in the spyware window and note down the name.
Click on the START menu button and reach for the CONTROL PANEL. Download GoodSync (www.GoodSync.com).
Double-click on ‘Add/Remove Programs’. Look for the name noted down earlier and click the ‘Remove’ button to eliminate the program.
Take the help of McAfee or Norton anti-virus tool for scanning and eliminating fake-alert virus. Alternatively, download any anti-spyware or anti-virus tool such as ‘Spybot: Search and Destroy’.
Time to install Spybot or any comparable program, which you can do by double clicking on its icon. Also, click on ‘Updates’ and ‘Download’ buttons to avail the current version created for waging war against fake-alert virus and spyware threats.
Scan your computer by clicking on “Check for Problems” and scan the list for the fake-alert virus. Also, click ‘Fix selected Problems’.
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