Windows Protection Servant Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Protection Servant is?

It can be difficult at times to distinguish between genuine and rogue security tools, especially with all the sophistication invested in these fake security tools by its developers, as Windows Protection Servant points out. This rogue antispyware was not designed to be of any value to an infected PC, but instead to act solely as a vehicle with which underhanded cyber criminals rip honest consumers off with. Of course Windows Protection Servant will do everything in its power to come across as legitimate, but research shows that this rogue simply does not own the ability to protect your system against any type of threat, and is nothing more than a malicious infection in itself.

Windows Protection Servant will use any possible way to gain fraudulent admission to your PC. This includes exploiting all known system and browser susceptibilities and weaknesses, and making use of established forms of infection. These forms of infection include browser hijacking websites and rubbish fake online malware scanners. Users will not even be aware of Windows Protection Servant’s presence on the system until the rogue starts its attack.

This is due to the sly manner the fake software gains entry to the system. This also makes it that much more difficult for the user to detect and remove Windows Protection Servant from the system. As a first line of attack against the PC, Windows Protection Servant will edit the registry entries to ensure that it starts up along with Windows each time it boots up. It will then initiate a fake system scan, which will warn of fake threats such as Unknown Win32/Trojan and Backdoor.Win32.Rbot supposedly ravaging the system.

As a further attack, Windows Protection Servant will cause the user to be unable to connect to the Internet, as well as bar him from running any programs on the system. Incessant pop up messages, poor system performance and increased erratic system behavior will be the order of the day until the user decides to get rid of Windows Protection Servant for good.

If you fear infection, take back what is rightfully yours and destroy Windows Protection Servant immediately. This can easily be achieved by making use of a genuine security tool which will also protect your system against similar attacks in future.

In non techie terms:

Windows Protection Servant is a fake security tool and will not live up to any of its promises. Protect your system against the certain destruction this rogue carries and annihilate Windows Protection Servant immediately.

Aliases: WindowsProtectionServant.