Do you know what Windows Tools Patch is?
Rogue.VirusDoctor is a quickly extending family of fake antispyware software, and schemers behind it have introduced Windows Tools Patch, which is an exact clone of its predecessors Windows Personal Detective, Windows Trojans Sleuth or Windows Threats Destroyer. Just like the previous clones, Windows Tools Patch wants nothing else but your money and has various deceptive ways to make you think that you need its useless licensed service. The malicious application cannot delete real infections and can put your personal data security at serious risk. So, do not wait and make sure to remove Windows Tools Patch straight away.
The bogus Windows Tools Patch can enter the system in various deceptive methods, and you need to be careful when downloading, opening spam emails, following directions of social engineering or black hat SEO schemes, and surfing in general. And if you are not cautious, you will download and run rogue’s setup without even realizing it.
Once inside, Windows Tools Patch can cause serious dysfunctions:
- Restricted access to Task Manager and Registry Editor, which will make it nearly impossible to delete Windows Tools Patch’s processes and remove its fake tool from your computer’s screen.
- Blocked running of executable files will create troubles to install and run any applications, including legitimate antispyware tools, which could aid with removal processes.
Because Windows Tools Patch creators want to make you purchase their useless tool, an imitation of your PC’s infection will be brought to your attention. To create an effect of this bogus hazard, numerous security warnings, fake scanner reports and alerts will start flooding your screen:
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Software without a digital signature detected.
Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet.
Windows Media Player Resources
C:\Windows\system32\dllcache\wmploc.dll is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
If Windows Tools Patch will trick you into believing the infection, you will be deceived into purchasing a program you do not need. And even though this will remove all infection’s symptoms for the time being, no one can guarantee that Windows Tools Patch will not show up again and terrorize you further in the future. Moreover, do not think that $99.90 paid for a lifetime support is a low price, because in return you will not receive any protection, and will put your personal data security in danger! If you display your account number, expiration date, full name or address, this information will be collected by unreliable schemers and their associates. So, if you have been tricked by Windows Tools Patch, please inform your bank immediately!
In non-techie terms:
Windows Tools Patch is a cunning antispyware tool, which will cause a lot of troubles, and will not produce any promised services, in return. And now that you know that Windows Tools Patch is a malicious program, you need to figure out the most convenient way for you to delete the infection and clean your PC from other malware. If you want to remove Windows Tools Patch manually, know that it is an extremely tricky task, and only a few Windows users will know how to perform a successful removal. If you are not one of the experts, delete Windows Tools Patch by inculcating a trustable antispyware program. Ultimately, it does not mater whether you are a Windows expert or not, you should use a legitimate tool, which will ensure your system’s security, at all times. To restore Windows system functionality, and help you remove the malware, use an activation key (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020), which will allow you to download and run any security tool.