We’re more than confident that Windows AntiHazard Center is not the program to keep on your computer. This is a rogue security application that infects PCs with poor security level and then prompts users into paying for its licensed version. Here is how the malware leads you to the stage when it asks users to effect payment. First, it runs bogus system scans and later reports many infections supposedly revealed by it. It must be noted that this fake scan of the rogue lasts within just a couple of seconds. It is not wise to believe that some serious threats can be identified (detected) within such a short time interval. So, if you have Windows AntiHazard Center and it has ran its imitated scan and presented its fabricated virus report in front of your eyes – ignore it! Both the scan and the report given to you by this program are misleading, fake and not grounded on real facts, even though indeed they are quite scary for unwary users. This is why this article has been published – lest you trust this malicious application. Some users by mistake decided to obey the scary instructions of this virus program and paid for its helpless license. This was, no doubt, the total waste of funds on their part.
Since Windows AntiHazard Centre is a rogue it gets brought to your system without your consent. No permission of yours is required for the hoax to get into your PC, the malware seems not to have any barriers, even in the form of security software already available on your computer. By the way, the very fact of Windows Anti-Hazard Center infiltration into your system is primarily the fault of security software that you have on your computer. If you don’t have any anti-virus on your PC at all then the infected status of your system is explained by your carelessness and self-deception about imaginary impossibility of malwares to attack your PC. Indeed, some people believe that they can never become the victims of online threats and their developers. But the sad reality of today’s online realm is that the world wide web is full of malicious files, links, emails, etc. You cannot even trace the very installation process of Windows AntiHazard Center. The penetration of this scareware is performed in a hidden manner, thus you can’t terminate it on a timely basis. Here is the brief list of problems it causes:
- Blocking Task Manager by replacing it with its own, fake one.
- Blocking downloads of legitimate security software.
- Blocking execution of available anti-viruses (already installed on infected computer).
- Showing permanent alerts, warnings and notifications about fake infections detected.
- Prompting users into paying for the license of the rogue.
- Possible browser redirect problems.
- General system slowdown.
Removal of Windows AntiHazard Center is quite complicated, since the program doesn’t come up with uninstaller. There is nothing to be surprised about it, however, because you’re dealing with the malware program. Removing it simply by running legitimate security software is also quite a difficult challenge, since your attempts to get rid of this pest may be blocked by virus. It can either block the download of legitimate AV software or its execution. In fact, the rogue replaces Task Manager with its own, fake one. To remove Windows AntiHazard Center please reboot your system into safe mode with networking and then get back to this page again, download and install security software recommended in the right-hand section of this blog. Update the software, run the scan with it and exterminate all threats it finds. Finally, reconsider your existing security software you have on your system, since, most probably, it is not as powerful as you thought if it permitted Windows AntiHazard Center to attack your system and didn’t timely warn you about virus attack.
Fake security warnings of this malware program:
Serious slowdown in system performance.
To eliminate the causes, full check is recommended.
Trojan activity detected. System data security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and fun full system scan.
There’s a suspicious software running on your PC.
For more details, run a system file check.
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate the protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
System data security is at risk!
To prevent potential PC errors, run a full system scan.
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected.
Full system scan is highly recommended.
Warning! Virus detected. Threat detected: Trojan.MSIL.Agent
Warning! Virus detected. Threat detected: Client-P2P
Warning! Virus detected. Threat detected: Trojan-ArcBomb
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Recommended: Please use secure encrypted protocol for torrent links.
Torrent link detected!
Receiving this notification means that you have violated the copyright laws. Using Torrent for downloading movies and licensed software shall be prosecuted and you may be sued for cybercrime and breach of law under the SOPA legislation.
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
File xx is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remove server.
How to reboot your PC into safe mode with networking:
- Restart your PC through “Start” menu by selecting the respective command.
- Before Windows OS starts booting press “F8” button of your keyboard repeatedly by hitting it and releasing several times simultaneously.
- The following windows comes up:
- Using the arrow keys on your keyboard select the “Safe Mode with Networking” option.