Windows Turnkey Console

What is Windows Turnkey Console?

A lot of computer applications are known as harmful to PCs’ system, and Windows Turnkey Console is one of them. Delete this malware, because it simulates protection of your computer’s system. Windows Turnkey Console is produced by the same criminals who made Windows Antivirus Rampart, Windows Defence Counsel and other applications. The malware is a copy these bogus application, and this only shows that you should not trust it. Windows Turnkey Console is attributed to Rogue.VirusDoctor family which includes rogues that possess identical features. For example, every malware of the family has the same icons and interface, not to mention the information provided by the rogue. Hence, removal of Windows Turnkey Console is highly advisable, unless you want to try your patience and see how long you can withstand the attack of the rogue.

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

The malware does want to affect you, and it attempts to do so variously. Windows Turnkey Console bombards you with thousands of bogus infections saying that the system is exposed to risk. When Task Bar pops out error balloons saying that you should buy the full version of software to remove all possible infections, ignore them and never follow their instructions. See the way the malware might try to deceive you:

Software without a digital signature detected. Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.

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

Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.

Also, ignore bogus scans and the infections which are supposedly found in the system. The list of the infections might consist of names of the popular threats widely known as dangerous Trojans, which you must not delete manually, because, first, they do not exist in your system; second, while trying to remove them, you might severely impair the computer’s system. What you should certainly do is remove Windows Turnkey Console so that the system is cleaned and protected against further infections.
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Automatic Windows Turnkey Console Removal

To terminate Windows Turnkey Console automatically, you have to restore the Internet connection which is disabled as soon as the infection gets into the system. The Internet is necessary to download an antispyware tool.

1)  Open the Internet browser and download a removal tool, for example, SpyHunter, which will delete the infection and protect the system. Install the application and launch a system scan.

2) You can download the same antispyware on another computer and transfer the installation on to the infected computer. Install and launch the antispyware to detect and remove the infection. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Manual Windows Turnkey Console Removal

To delete the rogue manually, you should have Registry Editor accessible. Unfortunately, this and other tools such as Task Manager and certain executable files are disabled so that Windows Turnkey Console can remain in the system undetected. Use the activation key 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020 to restore Registry Editor, and other tools, which you will use to remove the rogue.

1) Once you activate the rogue, stop the following processes:
Protector [random].exe2) Delete the registry entries created by the malware:
3) Eliminate these files:


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