Do you know what Windows Accurate Protector is?
Even with all the efforts of the online security industry to educate their consumers on the dangers of allowing rogue security tools to run wild on their systems, many PC owners continue to fall victim to destructive rogues like Windows Accurate Protector. This rogue finds its roots from the same family as well-known and despised rogues such as Windows Necessary Firewall and Windows Custom Settings, and forms part of the hated fake Microsoft Security Essentials scam.
Windows Accurate Protector does not have the ability to detect, quarantine or remove any type of threat from the system, and is nothing more than a malicious threat in itself. It enters the system without the user’s knowledge and will remain hidden until it roots itself securely, and will then start its attack against the system. It enters the system through a variety of nefarious ways, including using bogus online malware scanners and seditious browser hijackers as a part of its online marketing campaigns.
The first clue the user will have as to the presence of Windows Accurate Protector on his system will come from a fake system scan generated by Windows Accurate Protector. This fake scan will report many bogus security threats in an effort to panic the user into thinking his system is under attack. The rogue will also spam the user with various incessant fake security alerts, for instance:
Other symptoms associated with the Windows Accurate Protector rogue include blocked Internet connections and erratic system behavior. In order to get control back of your PC you have to destroy Windows Accurate Protector as soon as possible. This is best and safest achieved by making use of a properly functioning security tool which will protect your PC against similar attacks in future.
In non techie terms:
Windows Accurate Protector is a bogus security tool only out to rip you off and cause severe damage to your system. Limit the damage this rogue will do to your PC and obliterate Windows Accurate Protector immediately.