Windows Advanced User Patch Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Advanced User Patch is?

The name of this rogue alone should be enough to make you suspicious about this program. Windows Advanced User Patch is a fake computer security program that does not fulfill its promises but follows in the footsteps of Windows High-End Protection, Windows Recovery Series, Windows Safety Checkpoint and other rogues that have been rather successful in making users believe they are the answer to all of their security problems. Windows Advanced User Patch can also stir quite a mess, so it is better to remove it in the first stages of the infection.

Windows Advanced User Patch usually makes use of fake online malware scanners or malware-related websites to find its way into your system. But it is not unusual for the rogue to be delivered via social engineering or a spam email message. The user never knows when exactly Windows Advanced User Patch arrives at his or computer. It is clear, however, that you are infected when Windows Advanced User Patch's system scan window pops up into your screen, and the fake system scan is initiated. After the scan you informed that things like RarePacker, Porn-Tool or Trojan-SMS reside in your system and you have to remove them. Yet, if you try clicking "Removal all" button here is what pops up next:

Recommended: Activate Antivirus to get full protection against, malicious, virus, spyware and unwated software

Trial version
Please purcahse the full version of the software to ensure the ultimate protection.
Please click "Activate" button bellow to get full version of our software

Clicking the button does not rip you off, but were you to enter your financial data into the rogue's purchase window, you would most certainly give away a key to your vault for the cyber criminals, and you certainly would not want that to happen. Rather than paying for Windows Advanced User Patch for real, click the "Activate" button and then enter this registration key:


It will have the same effect as the purchase, but your money will be safe, and the programs that have been blocked by Windows Advanced User Patch (such as your Internet browser or Windows Task Manager) will be working again. Also, you will no longer see the annoying fake security messages:

Attempt to modify Registry key entries detected.
Registry entry analysis recommended.

There's a suspicious software running on your PC. For more details, run a system file check.

Nevertheless, that is not the end, and you still need to remove Windows Advanced User Patch from your system otherwise the rogue will come any moment, torturing you again. To erase Windows Advanced User Patch you either need to delete all the files and processes that belong to it on your own, or you can invest in a good antispyware program that will terminate Windows Advanced User Patch. It is your choice, but do not wait until it is too late to do anything about this problem.

In non-techie terms:

Windows Advanced User Patch is a fake antivirus program that slows down your computer and little by little kills your system, trying to make you pay for a non-existent product. Delete Windows Advanced User Patch at once and protect your computer from other rogue attacks.

Aliases: WindowsAdvancedUserPatch.