Saturday, 13 March 2010

Remove "WARNING WINDOWS SECURITY CENTER!" alert ransomware (Free removal)

"WARNING WINDOWS SECURITY CENTER ! DANGEROUS TROJANS, KEYLOGGERS AND SPYWARES DETECTED IN YOUR COMPUTER !!!" is a fake warning (ransomware) that is used to promote the rogue antivirus program called Security Tool. The main goal of this malware is obvious - to make you think that your computer is infected with trojans, keyloggers and other spyware. The fake warning reads:
For Security of your data computer is locked... To unlock your computer buy the antispyware software below and remove all viruses as soon as possible. In case trojans are not removed from your computer in 3 hours, all data in the computer will deleted. Enter the serial number you are given after buying the antispyware below and unlock your computer and clean the spywares"

Security Tool ransomware video: (thanks to rogueamp)

As you can see, this fake warning claims that you will lost all your data if you won't remove trojan viruses with Security Tool. Of course, that's not true. This is nothing more but a scam. Don't buy Security Tool. Otherwise you will simply lose your money. If you already bought it then you should contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. Enter any serial number with 12 or more characters to remove this ransomware from your screen. Then you should run a full system scan with legitimate anti-malware software to remove the infection. Read removal recommendations below.

Thanks to S!Ri h for the information. Original article

Removal recommendation:

Download one of the following legitimate anti-malware applications and run a quick system scan. Don’t forget to update it first. All programs a free.
NOTE1: if you can't run any of the above programs you must rename the installer of selected program before saving it on your PC. For example: if you choose MalwareBytes then you have to rename mbam-setup.exe to iexplore.exe, explorer.exe or any random name like test123.exe before saving it.

NOTE2: if you still can't run the renamed file then you need to change file extension too not only the name.
1. Go to "My Computer".
2. Select "Tools" from menu and click "Folder Options".
3. Select "View" tab and uncheck the checkbox labeled "Hide file extensions for known file types". Click OK.
4. Rename mbam-setup.exe to either or test123.pif
5. Double-click to run renamed file.

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