Windows Virus Hunter

What is Windows Virus Hunter?

Rapid expansion of the Rogue.VirusDoctor family occurs due to releases of malicious applications such as Windows Virus Hunter, Windows Interactive Security and others. Windows Virus Hunter is the latest malware which came into being this morning. If you want to avoid money loss and use your computer without disturbance of the malware, remove Windows Virus Hunter from the system at once, because the sole aim of the rogue is to persuade computer users into believing that their irresponsible and careless surfing of the Internet has caused severe infections. By presenting inaccurate information, Windows Virus Hunter wants to scare you and make you pay money for its imaginary and supposedly full version.

The “version” you might have on your computer is a trial version, which, according to the facts, only scans the system and defines detected infections. Trojans, worms, key loggers, malware, viruses, etc are presented as very dangerous and harmful to the system. Moreover, various false warning and errors appear on the screen for the one reason – to scare you and make you pay money. Ignore anything related to the rogue, including these notifications:

Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server

Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.

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

This is jus a small part of all of the notifications you get when Windows Virus Hunter is on your computer.

In addition to the notifications, by initiating simulated disorders of the system, Windows Virus Hunter can make you think that your computer is at risk. You might notice a slow down of the system, because certain application might be non-responsive. The rogue disables certain executable files so that it cannot be launched. The Internet, Registry Editor and Task Manager are unavailable, because if they were accessible, the removal of Windows Virus Hunter would be easily performed. Without the Internet, you cannot download a removal application, whereas without Registry Editor you cannot delete the malicious components created by the rogue. Nonetheless, these tools can be restores, and you can do it by activating the rogue with a key which is provided below. Note that you do not have to pay money to get the activation key.

If you want to remove Windows Virus Hunter, decide how you want to do it. Read the instruction on the removal of the rogue and find the most suitable way to get rid of this infection. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Automatic Windows Virus Hunter Removal

0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020 is an activation key which should be used to register the rogue so that it cannot produce and display intimidating notifications. Most importantly, you can delete Windows Virus Hunter as soon as it is activated, because the rogue restores the Internet connection and you can download a removal tool. A removal tool does everything for you automatically; therefore, you do not have to worry about the procedure of the removal.

1) Download a legitimate antispyware tool and launch it to start a scan of the system. It is essential that you use a reliable tool which can terminate the infection and cannot cause damage to the system.

2) If you do not want to download a removal tool on your computer, use another machine to download the software. Take, for example, a USB stick and use it to transfer the software onto the infected computer.
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Manual Windows Virus Hunter Removal

Even if we recommend you remove the rogue automatically, we have to present another way of removal. Manual removal of a rogue is an operation which has to be carried out by an experienced technician that is able to terminate the rogue completely. It means that every single component of Windows Virus Hunter has to be deleted so that the infection cannot be regenerated. If you are ready for this challenge, find the instructions for the removal:

1) Stop the processes of the rogue:Protector[random].exe

2) Open your Registry Editor, find and delete these registry entries:

3) Finish the removal by eliminating the following files:


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