Windows Threats Destroyer Virus
Windows Threat Destroyer is a virus we recently identified in mass circulation through out the Internet. This program is classified as a rogue Malware program as it will force its way onto computer never asking for its permission. This virus will cause a lot of problems to the computer registry and alter the permissions of the computers admin. The computer will not run normally until the Windows Threat Destroyer virus is removed.
Almost as long as the Windows operating system has existed, there have been fake antivirus programs running on the computers one of them being the Windows Threat Destroyer Virus. These fake antivirus programs appear on the screen and resemble what a standard Windows program looks like. The Windows Threat Destroyer performs a ‘scan’ of the hard drive and, of course, detects different viruses on the computer. These viruses are fake and you don’t need to worry. It then prompts you to input credit card information to upgrade the software, which is necessary in order to remove the viruses. Of course, do not follow this and avoid entering in your credit card data at all cost. If you do enter it in, your identity or other bit of information is not stollen, but you are charged for the fake soft wan, which is basically like charging yourself to have the computer infected with a virus. Chances are, you want to avoid this. The Windows Threat Destroyer virus is just one of the latest fake programs to run just like this.
Screenshots of Windows Threat Destroyer Virus
When the Windows Threat Destroyer virus window loads onto the screen, it means it is time to remove Windows Threat Destroyer virus as soon as possible. If you don’t, it is just going to infect every inch of the computer and its system. With this fake software on the computer, small files being to become corrupt on the computer. This leads to larger files, eventually preventing programs and even hardware from running. When this occurs, it might actually become too late to manually remove the virus from the computer, as it doesn’t even boot up any more. When this occurs, your only other options are to either buy a brand new computer, or have the hard drive completely wiped and the operating system, along with the system files and software, reinstalled onto the computer.
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