Do you know what Windows Inspection Utility is?
There is a whole group of rogues which belong to the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials scam. Windows Inspection Utility is the newest addition to this family and it is a clone of Windows Oversight Center and Windows Supervision Center. The relationship between the rogues is obvious, because their interfaces look exactly the same. That is another reason for you to be suspicious of Windows Inspection Utility.
Sometimes this rogue enters your computer utilizing such simple thing as spam email messages. Usually the mail service providers manage to filter relevant mail messages from spam, but sometimes the junk mail manage to get into your inbox, and most of the time it comes with attachments which carry the infection, or there is a link in the text of the message, which urges the user to watch an “interesting” video or read some interesting article. Needless to say, that the link redirects the user to a hacked site, which distributes Windows Inspection Utility.
As a fake antispyware tool, Windows Inspection Utility comes forth having only one purpose in mind. This application is an essential tool in ripping you off. Just like any other rogue, when it enters your system, it starts sending fake security alert messages to you, saying that your security has been breeched, and you need to perform a full system scan in order to check what is wrong. Naturally, if you perform the “scan” Windows Inspection Utility finds a lot of errors in your computer and then it urges you to fix those errors by purchasing the full version of the program.
If only it was that simple. For one, you would not get rid of the infection if you paid for it. Your credit card information would be exposed to the third parties, which would allow the criminals to sweep your account clean anytime they wish. Also, Windows Inspection Utility would remain in your computer and it would attack you once again after some time. Not to mention, that while the rogue stays in the system it does damage to it, so you might be experiencing a slow internet connection as well as a rather lethargic computer in general.
You definitely want to keep your system going without any glitches whatsoever, and for that you need to delete Windows Inspection Utility as soon as possible, before it manages to inflict great harm. If you are not too sure of how to do it on your own, you can always get a good malware detector, which would locate and destroy the rogue for you, consequently safeguarding your computer against future attacks.
In non-techie terms:
Windows Inspection Utility is a rogue antispyware application which looks and acts like a legitimate security program. That is done in order to fool the user into believing that he has been infected. As a result the user should pay for the full version of the program, but that is not the right course of action. What the user should do is delete Windows Inspection Utility at once.