Windows Web Combat Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Web Combat is?

If nobody has told you that computer viruses can have an interface, here you will learn more about this. Windows Web Combat is a cunning computer infection which does not respect computer users and attempts to profit from unsuspecting users. It looks like a legitimate security application and operates like one. The malware is attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, which also includes Windows Virtual Angel, Windows Profound Security, Windows Expert Series and other infections of the same type.

Once Windows Web Combat is installed, the user is informed that the system is infected; unfortunately, those threats are said to be removed when a so-called full version is activated. To scare the user, the rogue produces simulated scans which always present such infection as Trojan-DDos.Win32, Trojan.MSIL.Agent, Virus.Win32.Sality and others to convince the user that the system is infected. The same and other infections are also presented in the form of pop-up messages. Learn how they look like:

Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server
Windows Web Combat Removal GuideWindows Web Combat screenshot
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Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected. Full system scan is highly recommended.

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

Please, ignore these bogus notifications, because their content does not present the real situation in your system. Moreover, you should pay no attention to the simulated malfunctioning of the system. Windows Web Combat cuts off access to the Internet so the user cannot download a malware removal tool or search for more related information about the infection. Moreover, some executable files are disables as well as Registry Editor and Task Manager. The two Windows utilities are necessary for a manual removal of the infection. When there is no Internet and other important applications, the user might decide to activate Windows Web Combat so that he/she can remove those supposedly real infections. If you find this infection on your computer, do not purchase anything, because an activation key which is provided after the purchase is provided below. If you register the rogue, after the registration, you can delete the infection completely. To remove Windows Web Combat, use a reliable spyware removal tool so that all its components are detected and deleted from the system.


Nonetheless, you can also try to delete the malware on your own, but the manual removal of Windows Web Combat requires deep technical knowledge. Every single element of Windows Web Combat has to be located and eliminated from the system. If anything related to the infection is skipped, a new infection might be downloaded to the system.

In non-techie terms:

Remove Windows Web Combat as soon as you can, because this cunning application craves your money and personal banking data so that cyber criminals behind the infection can access your money later.

Aliases: WindowsWebCombat.