Windows Trouble Taker

What is Windows Trouble Taker?

The last thing you want to find in you Windows is some sinister malware trying to infect your system and assault your virtual space. This is exactly what Windows Trouble Taker will do, after disguising as a genuine antispyware program fooling you with its phony intentions. Windows Trouble Taker will pretend to offer you best protection service, but in reality, it will not defend you from any threats. On the contrary, it will open up backdoors for Trojans, worms, and other infections to invade and control your PC. This is why you have to remove Windows Trouble Taker and invest your money into a legitimate and effective antispyware tool.

Just like its predecessor Windows Software Keeper, clone Windows Trouble Taker can present with numerous symptoms, from decreased PC performance to a continuous string of pop-up alerts and other notifications. A bogus scan report will also warn you of non-existent threats harming your computer, and will simulate your Windows security ineffectiveness, recommending upgrading it and purchasing the full version of Windows Trouble Taker. Intimidation is the only tool, that the rogue can use to make you believe that your system is severely infected and that you need to purchase its costly antispyware tool!

Exactly! Windows Trouble Taker does not mimic the infection to make you use its product; it uses the imitation to make a bigger profit! The program will never protect your computer, so you need to ignore any purchase notifications you might get, and remove Windows Trouble Taker from your system, before it uses more deception to fool you! Outsmart this bogus program and get rid of Windows Trouble Taker with a lawful antispyware, or choose manual removal, if you are an experienced Windows user.

Further research has unveiled that Windows Trouble Taker is very aggressive when it comes to blocking your Internet connection. This computer threat from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family will block your Internet browser (Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer) with intention to stop your from acquiring any information on rogue removal. As far as we know, Windows Trouble Taker can block the Internet within 30 seconds.

Warning, this parasite will block your Internet connection. Click here for instructions how to renew your Internet access.

And that is not all. Windows Trouble Taker will make sure to cut you off from your most frequently used programs, Windows Task Manager and Registry Editor. The rogue claims that your executables were supposed to be blocked in order to prevent the spread of the infection into other parts of the system. That is an obvious lie. Even if you receive the following security messages, it is definitely fake:

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

Other fake security messages received from Windows Trouble Taker might include:

Attempt to modify registry key entries detected. Registry entry analysis is recommended.

Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP:
Target: Your passwords for sites

Whatever you do, do not trust Windows Trouble Taker. Use this activation key instead and "register" the rogue to get your basic system functions back:


After the registration the onslaught of fake security messages should cease. Then you must waste no time and terminate Windows Trouble Taker at once. If you cannot perform the removal on your own, you can always get yourself a computer safeguard program of choice and remove Windows Trouble Taker automatically. At the same time you would protect your system from similar threats in the near future.

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  1. Hi thanks for sharing. I don't have this virus, thank heavens, however, have had similar so have bookmarked your valuable site. Found you on blogher by the way.

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