Windows Safety Module

What is Windows Safety Module?

Windows Safety Module is an insecure program, and if it presents such threats as P2P-Worm.Wind32 and Backdoor.Win32.Rrob, you should ignore them and delete Windows Safety Module as quickly as possible. These parasites do exist in reality, but if they are detected by Windows Safety Module, they should not be believed as harmful. Do no try to get rid of those fake threats, because they might not even exist on your computer.  The only infection, which has to be removed from the computer, is Windows Safety Module, and you should not delay its removal.

Windows Safety Module was created by the crooks that created Windows Premium Guard, Windows Guard Solutions and a bunch of other malware which are ascribed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The aim of Windows Safety Module is to threaten Windows users with imaginary threats until they decide to purchase an imaginary full version of Windows Safety Module which supposedly removes those “threats”. Bank account number, CCV number and passwords are the most relevant personal information that the crooks need. Thus, watch where you enter your banking details and beware of Windows Safety Module.

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Windows Safety Module might seem to be real because of its convincing characteristics. The interface looks as if it was designed very thoroughly: the colors and icons of Windows Safety Module match Windows tables’ interface; there are a lot of buttons that might give an impression that Windows Safety Module is a multifunction program. More importantly, it constantly “scans” the system, displays bogus threat and pop ups alert messages of imaginary content. Everything Windows Safety Module claims about the system’s security should not be trusted. Please find some examples of how the rogue might try to frighten you:

Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.

Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.

In addition, Windows Safety Module initiates many changes in terms of the system’s processing. Usually, the Internet connection is disabled as well as some executes that can detect and remove Windows Safety Module from the system. As the Windows Task Manager is necessary to check how the system is running, this application is hidden from users as well, not to mention Registry Editor where significant changes of the registry entries are made. Due to these difficulties, a manual removal of Windows Safety Module becomes more or less impossible. For this reason, a registration key which helps to delete Windows Safety Module from the system manually is provided:


When you enter the key, all processes are restored, and the bogus pop-up warnings are disabled. Next, you have to find all the components of the rogue and delete them from the system, which might be a complex procedure if you are not an IT technician. However, you can remove Windows Safety Module from the computer faster and in a much easier way. All you have to do is to use a legitimate antispyware tool which would detect and delete Windows Safety Module. Once Windows Safety Module is removed from the system, you can again use your computer properly. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Automatic Windows Safety Module Removal

The automatic removal of Windows Safety Module is highly recommended if you are not a Windows troubleshooter. The rogue will be fully decontaminated if you follow the instructions given below:

  1. When Windows Safety Module finishes bogus scanning, select the button “Remove” and select “Yes, activate Windows Safety Module”. When the purchase page is opened, enter 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020. This code will restore the Internet connection. Open a new browser page and download SpyHunter, or;
  2. Download SpyHunter on another computer and transfer the application onto your infected computer. Install SpyHunter into the system and run a system’s scan. The program will delete the infection for you.

Manual Windows Safety Module Removal

The manual removal of Windows Safety Module is recommended for experienced Windows users who know what damage might be caused if the operation is not performed completely. Think carefully whether you can delete this malware manually. We do not take responsibility for the damages caused after the manual removal. However, here is what should be done so that the infection would be terminated:

1) Terminate these processes:

2) How Registry Entries should be deleted:

Select the “Start” button and open the “Search”. Enter “regedit” or select the “run” button and then enter “regedit”. It depends on which Windows version you have. Click “OK” and remove the entries:

3) When the Registry Entries are fixed, delete the files:

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