Windows AntiBreach Tool Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows AntiBreach Tool is?

If you cannot access any of your documents and programs, it is very probable that you have encountered Windows AntiBreach Tool. This application is nothing more than the fake anti-spyware program, which means that you should not trust it. This fake tool belongs to FakeVimes family of infections and it is definitely not the one acting in this manner. If you have ever encountered Windows Paramount Protection, Windows Antivirus Master, and the like, you will definitely know how Windows AntiBreach Tool itself acts because it replaces the aforementioned applications. You have to be extremely careful if you are using any version of Windows because it is known that this fake program works on this OS only.

The main target of Windows AntiBreach Tool is all those gullible computer users because this fake tool tries to scare people into believing that their computers are infected. It performs a full scan after the installation and provides a long list with the infections that are supposedly running on your system. If you try to remove them, you will see that the program is offering you to buy a license which costs $99.99 including support. Actually, its main purpose is to extort money from you, which is why we do not recommend paying money. The program will still stay onto your computer, you will lose your money, and, most importantly, you will reveal your credit card details. What is more, you will definitely notice fake messages which will be produced for you to convince you that you have a bunch of threats on your PC (see below). You should definitely ignore them all.

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is suspected to have infected your PC.

This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

If you wonder how Windows AntiBreach Tool got onto your computer, you should know that it is very probable that it has been installed when you have clicked on the fake blinking message stating that you have a number of threats on your PC. You should definitely ignore similar messages in the future in order to avoid similar rogue applications.

You can use any of the activation keys that we have provided for you below if you want to disable Windows AntiBreach Tool symptoms. However, the program will still keep running on your system. Thus, you should use the instructions which we have shared with you in order to get rid of it entirely. These instructions will help you to download a reliable antimalware tool.

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Remove Windows AntiBreach Tool

  1. Reboot your computer and start tapping F8 when BIOS screen disappears.
  2. Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt and tap Enter.
  3. After PC restarts, type cd.. alongside C:\Windows\system32 and press Enter.
  4. Type \explorer.exe near C:\Windows and tap Enter.
  5. Open the Start menu.
  6. Go to Search and enter %appdata% (launch RUN and then type in %appdata% if you are using Windows XP).
  7. Select svc-{random name}.exe file and click Delete.
  8. Reboot your computer normally.
  9. Open the Start menu again and type in regedit into the Search field (launch RUN and type in regedit if you are using Windows XP).
  10. Move to HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  11. Find Shell, right-click on it and then select Modify.
  12. Enter %WinDir%\Explorer.exe as Value and click OK.
  13. Launch your browser and visit .
  14. Download an antimalware tool and install it.
  15. Launch the scanner and remove all the threats.

In non-techie terms:

You will not be able to use your computer if you keep Windows AntiBreach Tool on your system because it blocks explorer.exe process. You should not expect that it will stop its activities or that it will start doing something beneficial because this rogue application has been only created in order to extort as much money as possible from innocent computer users. Our specialists definitely recommend removing Windows AntiBreach Tool from your system if you want to use your computer freely again.

Aliases: WindowsAntiBreachTool.