Windows Privacy Extension

What is Windows Privacy Extension?

It has not been long before the latest Rogue.VirusDoctor rogue Windows Pro Defence slithered into Windows systems, and Windows Privacy Extension is already taking over, continuing the work of vicious virtual schemers, who have no other intention but to get your money. There is no doubt that cyber criminals are not worried about malware detection and removal tasks, and VirusDoctor family rogues do not even take up much of their time, as they are exact copies of one another. Even though nothing changes, and over a hundred of different names have been used to spread the same infection, rogues still manage to trick Windows users; therefore, you should rush to delete Windows Privacy Extension virus, before it tricks you too.

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

The obnoxious Window infection is composed of several elements, which might help schemers to get what they want, and bogus security notifications are one of them. These misleading warnings will flood your screen, and you will not be able to remove them quickly. Fortunately, you can disable fake notifications, regain Internet connection, restore removed access to Task Manager, Registry Editor, running of most executables, and get rid of other symptoms with one single code: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020.

A few examples of rogue’s fictitious security alerts:

Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot is sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (Recommended)

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC

These deceitful notifications are meant to “recommend” you to purchase rogue’s full version, but with the dangerous virus infecting your computer, you will not be able to operate around your Windows normally. This will push you to spend your money on the bogus registration, or find another way to delete Windows Privacy Extension. Without a single question, we recommend going for the second option, as the rogue could easily put your identity at serious risk. Hence, you should study and apply one of the following removal instructions.

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Automatic Windows Privacy Extension Removal

Internet connection and running of most executable files is essential for automatic removal option, because these attributes will help you download and run legal security software. So, after activating the registration code, you will be able to secure your system with full-time security software protection. This implementation will not only remove Windows Privacy Extension, but will also ensure that attacks like that will not happen again.

1) The quickest way to destroy the virus is having legal software installed straight into your system. So, choose a reliable, up-to-date security application, like SpyHunter, and download it. Of course, this will not activate protection, and you must not forget to run it at once. Do so accordingly to all of the given instructions, and the program will delete the virus in no time.

2) If you are still having problems with your system after activating the code, you can download legal security software onto an alternative computer. If you choose to proceed that way, you will have to use a USB flash drive to transfer installation files, and then follow the instructions of the first option.

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Manual Windows Privacy Extension Removal

Even though automatic removal option will fit everyone, the story is different with manual choice, as only expert Windows user will be able to delete the virus by identifying and demolishing each infection’s component. Those users, who have no previous experience, could damage their systems even more, which is why we strongly recommend using legal security software for automatic removal.

1) Detect and delete these Task Manager processes:
2) Launch Registry Editor and remove all of the following entries:
3) The infection will remain in your system, if you do not delete these files:

  1. Thanks, for help Lisa! really good info!

    • Error: Unable to create directory s3://esg-lt-seo-cdn/ Is its parent directory writable by the server? Lisa B.

      Hey Aron,
      Great to hear this!

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