Windows Antivirus Adviser

What is Windows Antivirus Adviser?

Windows Antivirus Adviser is rogue anti-virus application that will try to convince you that your computer is full of malicious software. It uses several tactics to scare you; however, you should completely ignore it and hurry to delete it from the system. Unfortunately, it is not so easy to delete rogue scanners that belong to the FakeVimes family. It is because they tend to block .exe files, including system utility tools like Task Manager and Registry Editor. This infection does that in order not to be removed so easily. In order to be able to use your computer normally again, you should delete Windows Antivirus Adviser without any further considerations. Keep in mind that other similar threats like Windows Internet Guard, Windows Internet Watchdog, and Windows Web Watchdog are still there and might enter your system; thus, you should take care of your computer’s security.testtesttest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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How does Windows Antivirus Adviser act?

As it has been already mentioned, Windows Antivirus Adviser will try to convince you that your system contains malware. Therefore, there is no doubt that the program will pretend to scan your computer and then it will provide you a list of infections. Do not worry, they do not exist on your computer and Windows Antivirus Adviser just shows this list in order to lure you into upgrading it. Our security experts do not recommend buying the license ($99.99) of this rogue anti-virus because making a payment equals giving money to cyber criminals and revealing your credit card details. There are many other reliable tools out there, so you should better acquire them instead of investing in a fake security application.

You will not avoid various warning messages and pop-ups if you allow rogue anti-virus to enter your system. Therefore, you should be very cautious and make sure that they cannot slither onto your computer. The security experts at recommend ignoring various advertisements that might appear on different kinds of websites. You should especially not click on them if they offer to check the condition of your system. If you have clicked on any of such ads, it is not surprising that Windows Antivirus Adviser has managed to enter your system. In order to protect your system from future rogue applications, you should install a trustworthy security tool and keep it enabled all the time.

How to delete Windows Antivirus Adviser

Unfortunately, you will not be able to remove Windows Antivirus Adviser manually, which is why we recommend that you acquire a trustworthy malware remover and then just simply scan the system. If you use a trustworthy tool, such as SpyHunter, Windows Antivirus Adviser will disappear from your system very quickly. Besides, a reliable tool will protect the system from future infections as well.

Remove Windows Antivirus Adviser

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Start tapping F8 immediately when BIOS loads up.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt using arrow keys.
  4. Press Enter.
  5. Enter cd.. next to C:\Windows\system32.
  6. Tap Enter.
  7. Type in explorer.exe and press Enter again.
  8. Open the Start menu.
  9. Launch RUN and type in %appdata%. Press Enter.
  10. Remove svc-[random file name].exe.
  11. Restart your computer and open the Start menu.
  12. Launch RUN and enter regedit. Click OK.
  13. Go to HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  14. Right-click on the Shell and click Modify.
  15. Type in %WinDir%\Explorer.exe and click OK.
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