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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Computer Invaded by Windows Web Shield? - Tips on Manial Removal

Could Windows Web Shield be Troublesome?

1. This rogue comes and gets installed out of awareness.
2. This rogue runs automatically when the windows launches.
3. This rogue disguises itself as a legit computer protection tool.
4. This rogue threatens you via displaying bogus scan result.
5. This rogue deceives you into paying for its full version.

Should Windows Web Shield be Deleted Timely?

Windows Web Shield is a fake security tool newly released from Rogue family. This rogue program is maliciously designed to rip inexperienced users off, getting revenue for its developers. Promoted by a third party such as a spam attachment, a corrupt website or free download, Windows Web Shield does precisely what all rogue programs out there do. Windows Web Shield pretends to be a legitimate security tool providing system protection.

A growing number of computer issues are found on your machine? Various high-risk bugs and numerous virus infections etc? Please do not be taken in. As for the recommendation that “activate Windows Web Shield to ultimate protection against identity theft, viruses, malware and other threats”, you just need to neglect it, or you will be frustrated by this fake program.

Actually, instead of scanning your machine and detecting real threats, Windows Web Shield scares you to purchase the licensed version of the software via showing up fake scan result. This rogue virus aims at ripping you off and it won’t help safeguard your computer at all. To avoid unnecessary inconveniences, you are supposed to erase Windows Web Shield infection in a timely fashion.

How to Remove Windows Web Shield Effectively?

*Backup reminder: assure to back up your computer before making any change.

Windows Web Shield Manual Removal:

Step 1. Get your computer into safe mode with networking

Boot up your computer, tap "F8" key constantly before Windows launches, choose “Safe Mode with Networking” and press Enter to get in safe mode with networking.  

Step 2 . Stop malicious processes

Press CTRL+ALT+DLE to launch Task Manager

Step 3. Uninstall unwanted program

Control Panel from Start menu. Try to find out Windows Web Shield and uninstall.

 Step 4. Delete rogueware registry entries
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run""= "%AppData%\.exe"
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run""= "%AppData%\.exe"
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations "LowRiskFileTypes"=".random;"

Step 5. Delete rogueware related files
%UsersProfile%\Application Data%\temp%\scanprotect\bin\[random chracteristic].exe
%UsersProfile%\Application Data%\roaming%\[random chracteristic].exe
%ProgramFiles%\[random chracteristic].exe

Step 6. Check with the effectiveness

Restart your computer normally to check if the rogue has been removed

Good to Know: Windows Web Shield rogue needs to be removed manually with expert skills. If you are not familiar with registry entries stuff and run into any puzzle during the removal process, you could feel free to download SpyHunter to get an automatic removal.

Windows Web Shield Automatic Removal:

Step 1. Download removaltool SpyHunter


Step 2. Install SpyHunter after downloading

Step 3: Run SpyHunter and start a full scan

Step 4: Show the scan result and then delete all detected item

Manual removal is an efficient way to get rid of Windows Web Shield. But if you are not familiar with manual operation, please feel free to start a Windows Web Shield automatic removal with SpyHunter from here right now!