Do you know what Windows Precaution Center is?
To think that by now the users should know how to avoid being infected by malicious programs, but that is far from truth as applications like the newly emerged Windows Precaution Center manage to infect systems all over the globe. Previous versions of this threat include Windows Repairing System, Windows System Tasks, Windows Safeguard Utility and so on. These rogues come from the huge Fake Microsoft Security Essentials family, and Windows Precaution Center will stop at nothing until it rips you off. Therefore, it is necessary to get rid of this rogue in the first stages of the infection.
If you are wondering how it is virtually possible for Windows Precaution Center to get into your system, even if it is safeguarded with an antivirus program, the answer is that this rogue antispyware has a wide distribution system and some of its components my be resistant to the inquiries of security programs. For example, sometimes Windows Precaution Center does not enter the system directly. The user can catch a Trojan infection online while browsing suspicious sites, and when this Trojan roots in the system it communicates with other computers over the network and downloads the rogue.
Since Windows Precaution Center is a rogue antispyware application it proceeds in order to swindle you out of your money. As it pretends to be a real security program, when installed, the rogue performs a fake system scan, and then it tells you that it has detected a whole list of security errors and you need to fix them immediately. The bright blue button on the sleek interface basically lures you do to so. But you should never do that, because this is exactly what Windows Precaution Center wants to you to do.
By clicking on that button you will never get rid of the errors, because they simply do not exist. Instead you will see the Windows Precaution Center purchase page where you will be asked to enter your name, last name, credit card number and the CVV2 code. With this information in their hands, the cyber criminals behind this rogue will be able to use your money for various illegal operations, and in the end you will be left absolutely penniless. Naturally, you would want to avoid such consequences as well as the total system crash, and that’s why you need to terminate Windows Protection Center once you get the chance to. If you don’t know how to do it manually, find a reliable malware detector which will delete the rogue for you automatically.
In non-techie terms:
Windows Precaution Center is a rogue antispyware application which means it is a fake security program. It looks like an antivirus application, because its job is to make the user believe that he has been infected, and then rip him off. At the same time the rogue damages the computer’s system, so you need to destroy Windows Precaution Center as fast as you can.