Windows Verifying Center Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Verifying Center is?

Windows Verifying Center is a fake computer security program which belongs to the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials scam. Windows Troubles Solver, Windows Efficiency Analyzer and Windows Necessary Firewall are just a few of the previous versions of this rogue. Windows Verifying Center comes with a firm background in making the lives of computer user’s miserable, so you need to be careful about not getting infected with this rogue, because it might turn out to be fatal to your computer.

The usual symptoms of Windows Verifying Center’s infection include a galore of fake security notifications, which “informs” the user that there have been attempts to change registry key entries and the user must seriously consider purchasing the full version of the program to protect his system. Also Windows Verifying Center initiates a fake system scan which further on tries to convince you that your system’s security is dangerously low. Not to mention that it finds a lot of viruses, system and registry errors in your computer.

The rogue also gives you additional information saying that the analysis of the system revealed low security level of system components, and potentially harmful software has been “detected”. Actually, it is rather easy for Windows Verifying Center to convince you that there’s something wrong, because there definitely is: your computer processes are slowing down, and you will be experiencing a slower internet connection speed as these messages just keep on flooding you. So it is only natural to think that the errors reported by Windows Verifying Center are real. However, this kind of conviction would be fatal, because it is exactly the rogue itself which hinders your computer’s performance.

Windows Verifying Center works hard to lure your money out of you, and once you click on “fix errors” button and fill in the blanks in the rogue’s purchase window, you might as well consider your money as good as gone, because the criminals behind this scam will be able to access your financial funds in no time, if you reveal your credit card number, its expiration date and the CVV2 code. Rather than that, make sure you remove Windows Verifying Center from your computer for good. It is possible to do manually and automatically, although automatic removal is recommended for those who are not very confident of their computing skills. Either way, acquiring a good antispyware program will be beneficial for your computer’s future security.

In non-techie terms:

Windows Verifying Center is a rogue antispyware application which tries to steal your money pretending to be a reliable security program. Unfortunately, it only damages your computer, so you need to erase Windows Verifying Center from your system as soon as possible, before it managed to cause any serious harm.

Aliases: WindowsVerifyingCenter.