Windows Active Guard

What is Windows Active Guard?

Beware of Windows Active Guard and its deceitful computer scanner, which will declare that your operating Windows system is under the attack of obnoxious Trojans, keyloggers, worms, and various other infections. In reality, no malware are truly affecting your system, and the entire antispyware application is completely fake! Windows Security Renewal and Windows Home Patron are exact replicas of the cunning virus, and you should be aware of any clones from the same Rogue.VirusDoctor family, which are known to emerge in the virtual world nearly every day. So, if you encounter any virus clones, delete them mercilessly, but for now – focus on Windows Active Guard removal.

Immediately after you first notice rogue antispyware’s fictitious scanner, you should apply a license key (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020), which has the same exact effect as if you had purchased infection’s full version malware removal program. You need to trick cyber criminals that way, because up to this point, your system will be affected by various paralyzing symptoms, like blocked Internet connection and inability to run executable files. Without these two privileges, you will not be able to download and install legitimate security software, which could automatically delete Windows Active Guard. Additionally to these dysfunctions, access to Registry Editor and Task Manager will also be removed, aggravating manual removal operations.

Another irritating rogue’s element, which will be disabled, amongst license key’s application, is all bogus alerts and notifications, which will keep asking you to remove non-existent malware:

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.

Windows Active Guard virus is tremendously cunning, and you should remove it with the first chance you get. Below you will see instructions dedicated to both inexperienced and expert Windows users. If you have any queries about the matter, please leave a comment below.testtesttesttesttest

Automatic Windows Active Guard Removal

1) Activate the license key or use Internet renewal instructions, and launch your preferred browser.

2) Find legitimate security software you could trust with your personal data (we recommend SpyHunter), and download it onto your personal computer. Install and run this software.

If you are having issues with Internet connectivity, you can try downloading security applications onto an alternative computer, and transferring installation files on your infected system with any removable devices. 100% FREE spyware scan and
tested removal of Windows Active Guard*

Manual Windows Active Guard Removal

If you have never deleted malware manually before, we do not recommend to start now; otherwise, you could tamper with your Windows functionality further. Those, who are familiar with the manual option, should continue as follows:

1) Activate the license key and launch Task Manager. Kill these processes:

2) Go to Start Menu, select Run engine, type “regedit” and enter to launch Registry Editor. Delete all of these malignant registry keys:

3) Finalize virus’ removal by destroying these files:

  1. My wife got this on her computer and I would like to try to start by applying the license key, but have not figured out how to do that. Are there instructions on where/how this can be done? Thanks...

  2. thank you so much!!

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