Windows Proprietary Advisor

What is Windows Proprietary Advisor?

Fake antispywares Windows Custom Management and Windows Premium Console have a new follower – Windows Proprietary Advisor. This newly unleashed application not only replicates its ascendants but also has the same purpose, which is to fool you and make iniquitous profit. So, remove Windows Proprietary Advisor speedily; otherwise, you might lose control over your system, get blocked from accessing Internet or even having a fully functioning computer. Windows Proprietary Advisor, which has been developed by highly experienced cyber criminals, could even service additional malware, helping it to intrude your system and steal your personal information.

Without a doubt, there are more ways for Windows Proprietary Advisor to slither into a system than there are ways to delete it, and it is especially important to ignore spam emails or download software from unreliable sites. If you do not follow this advice, it is only a matter of time, when Windows Proprietary Advisor schemers find a way into your system too. And after that is accomplished, spurious computer scanner will make you believe that dangerous infections, capable to delete your personal data, are affecting your system. Fake pop-up alerts will also serve Windows Proprietary Advisor, trying to make you believe that this fake antispyware’s license could remove all your system menacing threats.

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

There is no time to waste with Windows Proprietary Advisor, as this fake security tool can not only compromise your Windows system, but also “invite” keyloggers, backdoors, spammers and other serious system’s infections, which could cause serious harm to your personal information! Have no doubt that legitimate security tools are best when it comes to successful Windows Proprietary Advisor removal. Real antispyware tools have been designed to detect and delete malicious files in no time, so it is best that you trust such software to protect your computer and delete any kind of malware. Note: manual Windows Proprietary Advisor removal can be administered by professionals only.

The dangerous virus presents such bogus security notifications:

Application cannot be executed. The file notepad.exe is infected.
Please activate your antivirus software.

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.

Unfortunately, misleading alerts are not the only irritating symptom, which will appear during rogue’s invasion, and you should apply a registration code (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020). This action will restore blocked Internet connection, removed access to Task Manager, Registry Editor, and disabled running of most executable Windows files. These symptoms could easily cause difficulties to detect and remove the virus.

Below you will find two virus removal instructions, and whichever option you chose, you must operate with utmost care and precision.

Automatic Windows Proprietary Advisor Removal

We recommend automatic removal option to all Windows users, and especially to those, who have never faced malware inside their systems before. To commence, apply the registration code, or use Internet renewal instructions.

1) Connect to the Internet, install updated antimalware software onto your Windows, and install it to destroy the infection. Note that only legitimate software will be able to remove the virus efficiently.

2) In case your system is nearly inoperable, or you continue to have issues with Internet connectivity, you should follow the first option onto a different computer. Simply do not install the downloaded software, and transfer installation files onto the infected PC.testtesttesttesttest
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Manual Windows Proprietary Advisor Removal

Manual option will only suit expert Windows users, and if you are not one of them, we suggest going back to the automatic removal option. Otherwise, continue with the instructions. Equally to the first option, you need to activate the registration code, to be able to operate.

1) Launch Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del) and terminate these processes:

2) Open up Registry Editor (enter “regedit” in Run…) and remove these registry keys:

3) Locate and delete these virus related files:


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