Windows No-Risk Center Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows No-Risk Center is?

Windows No-Risk Center is a dangerous computer threat that aims for your money. It comes from the same nest as Windows Trojans Inspector, Windows Personal Doctor, Windows Tools Patch and many more. All of these rogues can be grouped under the name of Rogue.VirusDoctor. They all share similar interface, so it is very easy to see what Windows No-Risk Center is related to. It also implies that Windows No-Risk Center will keep on damaging your computer until you pay for its non-existent services.

Usually Windows No-Risk Center arrives at your computer via fake online malware scanners. For example, if you land on a website that is infected with the rogue, you might see this face pop-up message appear on your screen:

Message from webpage
Windows Secure Kit 2012 has found critical process activity on your PC and will perform fast scan of system files!

If you click “OK”, you initiate the fake scan and then consequently the download of Windows No-Risk Center, because the “scanner” will be sure to tell you that the online version is not strong enough to check all of your system and you simply must install Windows No-Risk Center on your computer. Once that happens, however, you will be terrorized by tons of fake security notifications, such as:

Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.

Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP:
Target: Your passwords for sites

In order to convince you that your system is infected with malware Windows No-Risk Center will also block you from accessing Task Manager and Registry Editor. However, if you think about it, you will realize that the rogue does so in order to protect itself. It does not want to be removed. You can bypass Windows No-Risk Center’s defense by using the following activation key:


This registration code will trick the rogue into “thinking” that you have purchased the license and it will stop sending the fake pop-up messages. Windows No-Risk Center will even tell you that it has deleted the threats, but this is the moment when you have to make every second count and erase Windows No-Risk Center from your computer. If you are not a computer expert rely on a legitimate antimalware tool to deal with this rogue.

In non-techie terms:

Windows No-Risk Center is a fake antivirus program that slows down your computer and tries to steal your money. You must remove Windows No-Risk Center as soon as possible other you might experience a total system crash.

Aliases: WindowsNo-RiskCenter.