Windows Private Shield

What is Windows Private Shield?

Windows Private Shield is fake software pretending to run as a legal security program. It was created to threat Windows users with misleading information about the PC’s security and to bleed them dry. Windows Private Shield does not detect existent viruses or other threats, and it does not remove whatever it supposedly founds in the system. All it seeks is money and banking data of a user. Delete this infection, because you might encounter more problems if you leave it active in the system.

Windows Private Shield supposedly protects your computer as it “scans” the system and provides you with a list of bogus threats. It might also remind you about itself by pop-ups that are made to frustrate you and make you think that your system is vulnerable to cyber schemers. Windows Private Shield does not provide you with accurate information, because all scans, results and threats are imaginary and nonexistent; thus you should remove this virus from the system immediately.

You might catch Windows Private Shield in a form of a Trojans which might be downloaded as an application. For example, you might think that you are downloading an email attachment or video codec, but actually you get a Trojan which installs this virus for you. You might also download Windows Private Shield from its “website”, where it is advertised as a “pure” security program and if you are considering using Windows Private Shield as your PC’s security tool, forget it!

Windows Private Shield will cause you a lot of problems if you decide to buy its imaginary full version. Cyber criminals seek to get access to your money by using this bogus application which means that you should not make any money transfers! You should only delete this rogue , and make sure that it is not left in the system. Some files might remain in the system if Windows Private Shield is deleted manually without technical knowledge of how it should be done properly. To prevent new infections, we recommend using a legitimate antispyware application which will detect and remove Windows Private Shield automatically, and you could continue using the system properly.
Windows Private Shield, which belongs to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, is the copy of foregone fake antispywares Windows Pro Safety Release, Windows Safeguard Upgrade, and many more. The rogue is capable of having your Internet connection blocked, running of most Windows executables disabled, and access to Task Manager, Registry Editor removed. This Windows infection has been seen to demonstrate such bogus security notifications:

Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC

Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.

Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot is sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (Recommended)

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Automatic Windows Private Shield Removal

Automatic Windows Private Shield removal options suit both, professional and inexperienced, Windows users:

1) Go to Windows Private Shield purchase page and locate the area allocated to existing rogue’s users. Here you will be able to apply an activation key - 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020, - which will register you as a legitimate Windows Private Shield license owner. All infection’s symptoms will be gone and you will have the full access to Internet, where we recommend you download SpyHunter. This program will get rid of the infection smoothly and rapidly.

2) Alternatively, you can download SpyHunter installation files onto another computer and then transfer them onto a USB flash drive. Once you run the application onto an infected system, let the program scan your system, detect Windows Private Shield and remove the infection for good.
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Manual Windows Private Shield Removal

If you know how to detect and remove Windows Private Shield manually, you can proceed with the steps listed bellow. Note that this is much more complicated than the automatic rogue removal, and you should not continue manually, if you have never done it before.

1) Terminate these malignant processes:

2) In the Search type in “regedit” and open up the Registry Editor. Delete these registry entries:

3) Do not forget to remove these files:


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