What is Win32/Winwebsec?

Win32/Winwebsec is a Trojan displaying fake antivirus programs, which are also classified under the name of Win32/Winwebsec. Once in a computer’s system, the Trojan displays interfaces that look legitimate; however, the truth lying behind bogus security tools is that this is how cyber criminals attempt to deceive gullible computer users into buying a bogus security application, which supposedly removes malware.

Differently from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, the Win32/Winwebsec family includes bogus programs having different interface; however, scare tactics applied to deceive users are the same. Once Win32/Winwebsec adjusts the Registry to limit access to some parts of the victimized computer’s system and create an illusion that the machine is severely infected, the bogus program appears on the computer’s screen. The user can navigate around the bogus program without suspecting that the PC is infected with a Trojan. The given “antivirus program” supposedly analyzes the computer and detects infections. Additionally, to strengthen the image and have a stronger impression, the infection produces fake pop-up alert messages. If you do not remove Win32/Winwebsec, the Trojan does not stop bombarding you with misinformation, which eventually may lead you to a purchase of its licensed versions.

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

There is no need to buy or activate any fake security application presented by the Trojan, because all of them are fake applications. So far, 6 bogus programs are well known in the cyber world. They are given as follows: Personal Shield Pro, Security Sphere 2012, Smart Fortress 2012, Smart Protection 2012, Security Shield and Live Security Platinum. The latter is the most popular and widely spread around the globe. Many computers are infected by Win32/Winwebsec with this “program”, which stops disturbing users as soon as the Trojan is removed.

As not every computer user knows how to delete malware, we suggest the easiest way to remove Win32/Winwebsec, which is the use of a reliable spyware removal application. Since Win32/Winwebsec may limit access to the Internet, you can activate the program displayed by the Trojan before you install an antispyware. The activation key depends on the phony tool provided; for example, if your PC is infected with Live Security Platinum, then you should use this key: 64C665BE-4DE7-423B-A6B6-BC0172B25DF2. Consequently, install SpyHunter, which detects and deletes different threats, and remove Win32/Winwebsec. If you update the antispyware software regularly, new threats and variants of Win32/Winwebsec will not infect your PC, because the system will be always protected.

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