Windows Antivirus Tool Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Antivirus Tool is?

Windows Antivirus Tool is a malicious infection which can display fictitious pop-ups, block executable files, deny access to the Internet browsers, create unauthorized connections, and slow down the entire system. The threat can paralyze your personal computer in order to create an illusion that dangerous Trojans, worms, keyloggers and other infections have corrupted the PC. If you fall for this scam, you will be pushed into purchasing the full version tool which may cost up to $100. Whether you find this sum big or small, you need to delete Windows Antivirus Tool instead of making any payments related to it. This program may seem like a legitimate anti-spyware which could delete existing computer infections; however, in reality it is completely useless.

The malicious rogue uses svc-ydpr.exe to corrupt your personal computer. This malicious executable can modify the Windows Registry creating a bunch of problems. Needless to say, it is most irritating that the infection can block access to the web, which means that you will not be able to download automatic malware detection and removal tools which could delete Windows Antivirus Tool. Even if you download the installer onto a separate computer, you might have trouble installing it because the rogue can block executable files. As you may know already, the malicious rogue’s clones, including Windows Antivirus Suite and Windows AntiBreach Helper, are just as clandestine and disruptive.
Windows Antivirus Tool Removal GuideWindows Antivirus Tool screenshot
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Have you discovered different pop-ups suggesting that you should remove malware from the computer and activate full protection? These are the misleading warnings which are released by Windows Antivirus Tool to push you into activating fictitious malware removal services. Make no mistake – cyber criminals have developed the fake AV to lure out your money, and keeping your operating system guarded against virtual threats is not something they are worried about. As a matter of fact, it is much more likely that your personal computer will be infected with even more dangerous infections if you keep the rogue running. Trojans could already be running on the operating system, and you should suspect them, especially if you have no idea where the rogue came from.

You should remove Windows Antivirus Tool the moment you notice it scanning your personal computer. The presented scanner reports are fictitious and the displayed recommendations to remove them are misleading. If you attempt to remove the listed threats, you will be asked to type in your credit card number, security numbers, full name and other personal information. If you do not want cyber crooks to use this information against you, we recommend that you ignore any purchase pages and remove Windows Antivirus Tool immediately.

You can use one of the registration codes to disable the undesirable symptoms caused by the malicious rogue. These codes can be applied in a box which you will reach after clicking the question mark icon on the Windows Antivirus Tool scanner and selecting Register. If the codes do not work and you cannot install automatic malware removal software – use the instructions provided below.

Registration codes:


Removal Guide

  1. Restart the computer, then wait for BIOS to load and immediately start tapping F8.
  2. Use arrow keys to select Safe Mode with Command Prompt and tap Enter.
  3. Wait for the PC to reboot and the command prompt windows to show up.
  4. Type cd.. right after C:\Windows\system32\ line and tap Enter.
  5. As the C:\Windows line shows up, type explorer.exe tap Enter again.
  6. Navigate to the left of the Task Bar and click the Start icon to open a menu.
  7. Click Run/Search and enter %appdata% into the box.
  8. In the Application Data folder find svc-[random file name].exe, right-click it and select Delete.
  9. Restart the computer in the Normal Mode.
  10. Open the Start menu and click Run/Search one more time.
  11. Enter msconfig into the box and tap Enter.
  12. In the Registry Editor go to HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  13. Right-click Shell, select Modify and enter %WinDir%\Explorer.exe into the Value.
  14. As the changes are confirmed, launch a browser and visit .
  15. Download and install a reliable, automatic malware remover to delete all existing threats.

In non-techie terms:

Windows Antivirus Tool is a rogue anti-spyware which cannot delete malware. All information presented by this fictional application is bogus and so you should not pay any attention to it. We advise using automatic malware detection and removal software to remove this fake AV. Use the provided guides to install a reliable malware remover onto your personal computer.

Aliases: WindowsAntivirusTool.