Windows Advanced Toolkit

What is Windows Advanced Toolkit?

Have you noticed Windows Advanced Toolkit computer scanner on your screen? Then there is no doubt that your computer has been infected by yet another vicious Rogue.VirusDoctor family rogue. If you have never heard of this obnoxious group of fictitious security tools, you should know that it has produced over a hundred of fake antispywares. Each infection looks just like the previous one, and offers fictitious malware removal license from $49.95 for 6 months to $99.90 for lifetime support. Of course, no one will ever be able to count how many Windows users have fallen for the scheme, but we can only suspect that the sums are quite substantial.

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

Once inside a system, the rogue antispyware has been programmed to harm those parts of your system, which you could use for malware detection and removal. Therefore, Internet connection will be blocked, running of most executables will be blocked, access to Task Manager, Registry Editor will be removed, and your system will start slowing down more and more, each time you turn on your system. It is likely that you will not even think that these symptoms belong to Windows Advanced Toolkit itself, because a fictitious computer scanner will inform you with a ton of fictitious infections. These will be supported by the ridiculous security notifications:

Activate Windows Advanced Toolkit to get ultimate protection against Identity Theft, Viruses, Malware and other threats!

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.

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

To remove Windows Advanced Toolkit caused Windows system symptoms and various, fake alerts, you can use this registration code: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020. This will allow you delete the overall infection much faster, and below we show you three different ways to remove it without wasting any precious time.

Automatic Windows Advanced Toolkit Removal

If you are extremely cautious about your personal data being stolen we recommend leaving manual removal option behind, because it could take too much of your time. Hereunder you can see two different ways to get rid of the virus, and if you have any issues with either of them, you can contact us, by posting a comment below.

1) First removal option only requires you to apply the aforementioned registration code. After that, all you will have to do is download and install a legal security application to clean your system out. Legitimate software will delete any found infection, and will guard your personal data against breaching in the future.

2) If you do not like the first removal option, you can always download chosen software onto a separate computer, and transfer installation files onto the attacked system. If this does not work, you should try applying the registration code, because the rogue is known to block the running of most executable files, and you could also be blocked from installing any software on your system. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Manual Windows Advanced Toolkit Removal

Manual removal option is the lengthier one, and you should not continue with it, if you have never deleted malware before. All in all, if you have strong skills, apply the registration key, and follow these three steps:

1) Open Task Manager and end these processes:
Protector[random].exe2) Open Registry Editor (type “regedit” in the Run…) and make sure the following registry keys are gone:
3) The virus will not be deleted successfully, if you forget to remove these files:


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