Do you know what Windows Repairing System is?
Although it can be easy to fall for the lies of the seemingly auspicious looking Windows Repairing System rogue antispyware application, users are warned to steer well clear of this vindictive fake software. Windows Repairing System is the newest addition to the hotly despised Fake Microsoft Security Essentials scam, and comes from a long line of despicable rogue applications which include Windows Activity Inspector and Windows Tweaking Utility.
This rogue will use any tactic it possibly can to facilitate its unauthorized entry to the system. This includes using fake online malware scanners and seditious browser hijackers to forcefully root its infection into prospective host PCs. Because of its sly tactics at infiltrating its victims’ systems, users will be unaware of Windows Repairing System’s presence until it is too late.
Once the rogue securely roots itself, it will start its attack against the system by initiating an unwarranted system scan. This scan will yield various fake security threats on the system in an effort to panic the user into paying for its fake and worthless products. Among other threats, some of the most popularly reported on bogus threats include known Unknown Win32/Trojan as well as the ludicrous Backdoor.Win32.Rbot. Users are naturally warned against ever believing any correspondence received from Windows Repairing System.
Windows Repairing System will, in a further attack on the system make it impossible for the user to connect to the Internet or run an executable on the system. This is done largely to prevent the user from downloading or running an application which may be able to detect and destroy Windows Repairing System, and also to further panic the user into thinking his system is under attack. Other annoying symptoms of this rogue include incessant pop up messages, poor system performance and increased erratic system behavior.
In order to take back control of your PC you will need to annihilate Windows Repairing System. This can safest and best be done by investing in a powerful security tool which will continue to offer adequate protection against future similar attacks.
In non techie terms:
Windows Repairing System is a rubbish and fake security tool only out to steal your money. Get rid of Windows Repairing System and take back what is rightfully yours.