Windows Interactive Security

What is Windows Interactive Security?

There are thousands of computer applications, which can improve your Windows experience; however, some of them will only use your trust to make unlawful profit. Windows Interactive Security is that kind of a tool, and hackers have enabled the fictitious security program to enter your computer surreptitiously via one of the many security cracks that any unprotected system is prone to have. Even if your Windows are guarded with some kind of security software, these should be kept updated consistently; otherwise, security cracks will be exposed for malware invasion. After that is fulfilled, your computer immediately will be flooded with fictitious reports primed with dangerous malware detections, and recommendations to remove them with useless and fake rogue’s full version. See a few of them:

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.

Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.

You will not be able to remove these latent notifications from your screen, just like the whole infection easily, because of blocked Internet connection, disability to run most Windows executables, or access Task Manager and Registry Editor. Without these tools you will not be able to conduct manual or automatic Windows Interactive Security removal processes. So, what you should do next is find the rogue’s purchase page and search for an area dedicated to “existing users”, where you could apply a registration key (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020), which will remove all of the annoying rogue’s symptoms. Most importantly, do not submit any personal information to the cyber criminals behind the virus, and if you do not want to use the registration key, trust our Internet connection restoration guide. All in all, whatever you do, you should hurry up to delete Windows Interactive Security from your operating Windows system, because more time wasted can equal more malware inside your system. To your convenience we offer two different removal options below.

Note: Windows Interactive Security comes from a long line of fake security applications, so keep an eye on the rogue’s clones Windows Privacy Module, Windows Maintenance Suite, Windows Pc Aid, etc. 100% FREE spyware scan and
tested removal of Windows Interactive Security*

Automatic Windows Interactive Security Removal

Automatic removal option is tremendously easy, and all Windows users could benefit from it greatly, because after having the virus deleted, your computer would also be guarded for a long time to come.

1) To start the process of the automatic removal option, use the registration key (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020) or Internet connection renewal guide, because you need to be able to download antimalware software onto your computer. Install the tools and let them do the job that they were created for.

2) As for the second option, you will need a second computer, where you should download the legal tools, and transfer installation files onto the virus infected one. This alternative is a bit lengthier; however, it will suit those, whose computers are barely operable. 100% FREE spyware scan and
tested removal of Windows Interactive Security*

Manual Windows Interactive Security Removal

Manual removal is the much more complicated version, and if you decide to follow the guide without having previous experience and strong knowledge, we do not take responsibility if your system gets more compromised:

1) To start, remove all of the processes, which you will discover in Task Manager. To restore access to this tool, please use the registration key, listed above.Protector [ random ].exe

2) Then, go to the Start Menu, launch Search, type “regedit” and get rid of all the registry keys, which you will found in the Registry Editor:

3) To complete Windows Interactive Security removal, delete these files:


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