Windows Profound Security

What is Windows Profound Security?

Windows Profound Security is another clone of Windows Virus Hunter and other cunning applications that deceive Windows users into believing that their computers and data stored on them are at high risk. Windows Profound Security should not be kept on the computer or installed on it, because it applies different scare tactics to persuade users to buy its imaginary full version that supposedly removes all kinds of infections. Additionally, the malware is attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, which has greatly expanded by now. Even if the rogue looks legitimate, you should not hesitate to remove it from the system.

Do not trustWindows Profound Security, because it is absolutely pointless. The malware presents bogus scans and infections which do not have anything to do with your PC’s system. Such generic names of the threats as Porn-Downloader, Trojan-Ransom, Server-Telnet and other are displayed to make you think that you are at risk. If you have this rogue on your computer, do not try to kill these simulated infections, because they do not exist in the system; moreover, you might accidentally remove files which are necessary to for the system to perform. In addition to what should be ignored, pay no attention to such misleading messages as these:

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

Warning! Identity Theft attempt detected!
Hidden connection IP:
Target: Microsoft corporation keys
Your IP:

Attempt to modify registry key entries detected.
Registry entry analysis is recommended.

There are plenty more notifications presenting misleading information, and these above just exemplify what you can get when Windows Profound Security is present in the system.

Bogus notifications as well as some impairments of the system cease to exist once you delete the rogue. After the removal of Windows Profound Security, you can again use the Internet, open Task Manager, Registry Editor and launch executable files that are disabled after the invasion of the malware. As it is highly advisable to remove the infection, read the guidelines for the removal.testtesttesttesttest

Automatic Windows Profound Security Removal

If you want to get rid of the infection and not to impair the system, delete Windows Profound Security with an automatic spyware removal tool. If you use a reputable application, it will detect the infection and terminate it completely. All of the components of the rogue will be deleted, and no new infection will be regenerated. To download an antispyware tool, you need to restore your access to the Internet:

1) Register the rogue with this activation key 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020 and download a spyware removal tool. Install the software and launch it to start a scan, or

2) Use a spare computer to download, for example, Spyhunter. Copy and paste it on a removal drive and then transfer the software on your infected computer. Install and launch Spyhunter. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Manual Windows Profound Security Removal

Everything can be removed from the system, and Windows Profound Security is not an exception. However, when deleting a piece of malware, you should be aware that it is essential to delete every single piece of the infection. If, for example, a file of the rogue is left in the system, that file may download another infection. Nonetheless, we provide you with the instructions on how you should terminate the infection manually:

1) End these processes:

2) Open Registry Editor, find and delete the following entries:

3) Remove these files:


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