Windows Necessary Firewall is just another virus developed only to make your computer vulnerable and leave it exposed to all the existing threats. As proof of that, it can be noted that this fake anti-spyware is associated with the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection.
If you ever have the misfortune to encounter this anti-spyware application and see its alerts or fake scan reports on the screen, just ignore them. This rogueware is nothing but a scam and the only reason it displays these warnings, is to charge you for useless software.
When choosing a program to ensure the security of your system, you have to distinguish between a legitimate and secure anti-spyware program and malicious programs.
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This post begins with a the deceptive name of the main character – Windows Troubles Solver. This is another new rogue anti-malware program. Windows Troubles Solver is very similar to the other fake security programs, distributed by the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan. It most commonly gets into a user’s PC when you enter malicious web pages or free online scanners. You will most probably notice its presence when your computers starts working very slowly and will not be able to load a web page. This rogue launches itself automatically by showing you fake security warnings and then it starts scanning your computer.
It is so arrogant that it will not even let you stop this process. After it is done scanning, it will display the staggering results, stating that your system has been assailed by an ‘Unknown Win32/Trojan’ infection. The primary objective of this rather convincing show is to make you believe that you need to acquire the extended version of Windows Troubles Solver, which can help you remove all the imaginary infections and threats.
In the end, the most important thing you need to know is that you must not believe Windows Troubles Solver simply because it is useless. So what you should do is get rid of it as soon as possible.
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Another serious threat for your computer system has been detected lately under the name of Windows Diagnostic.
Rogueware programs are developed to confuse victims and make them pay for some application that is, in fact, totally useless. Similarly, Windows Diagnostic uses a Trojan to mislead you into thinking your PC is in the danger of a terrible system crash.
However, no matter how real all these warnings seem to be, they are nothing but a hacker attack. In order to seem even more real and accurate, Windows Diagnostic will act as if it scans your computer but it will just try to delude you, using false reports. Do not believe in any of these messages even if the program pretends to use some fake defragmentation tool.
To sum it up, these malicious attempts to fix any system problems are aimed only at deceiving you into purchasing this ineffective program. There is no need to buy this rouge application at all.
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Trustworthy, as it may appear to you, this program is just another rogue anti-spyware software, developed by the cyber criminals. In many ways, this program and any other intruder application are strikingly similar. Windows Stability Center is developed in such a way that it finds some vulnerability in the PC system and takes advantage of it. The fake software will produce hundreds of false alerts for serious infections.
However, these are just empty threats, intended to scare you and make you believe in some danger that does not exist. Neither the warnings of a Trojan, found on your machine, nor some of the other frightening scan messages, are valid. The one and only plan of rogueware programs, is to confuse potential victims and prompt them to pay for a “real” anti-spyware software that is just a fake one.
There is no escaping the fact that Windows Stability Center has not been developed to ensure the safety of your PC at all. On the contrary – buying this application will be only a waste of money and will, in fact, allow the intruder to accomplish its mission.
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Contraviro is a rouge program created to make you believe your computer is infected with malware and viruses. This rogue anti-spyware program is from the same family as Unvirex. Contraviro usually installs itself onto your PC without your permission and will be configured to start automatically when you log into Windows. Contraviro will display fake system alerts or fake security alerts to trick you to buy the paid version of Contraviro. This is an old trick from the creators of spyware. Contraviro causes your computer to slow down dramatically. Your privacy and data are at risk if it’s not immediately removed.
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Your PC has many “ports” which are vulnerable to attack from a hacker. These ports are used to communicate internally with your monitor or printer or externally to the internet. For example, Port 25 is used for receiving incoming email and Port 80 is used to connect to the internet.
In addition you have a unique IP number which is assigned to your computer by your Internet Service Provide which is required for you to use the internet. This is how you send and receive information. It also serves as your computer’s “address”. The IP number looks like this – 184.108.40.206.
If you have a broadband or DSL connection your IP address rarely changes which makes your computer more vulnerable. Another issue is that with broadband connection you are likely to be on line for longer periods of time giving hackers more opportunity to attack you.
Hackers use “port scanning” software to hunt for for vulnerable computers with open ports using your computer’s IP address. They will then send malicious programs through these open ports onto your computer.
Another common way that hackers use to gain control of your computers is by sending out trojan viruses disguised as email attachments. Hackers typically send out these messages to 1000s of users with enticing headings and an attachment which they are hoping you will open. When the attachment is opened the virus loads itself onto your computer and allows the hacker to control your computer.
Hackers also bundle Trojan viruses into free downloads like screensavers which are commonly installed on home user’s machines. Illegal P2P networks also circulated large numbers of infected files. Here are some steps you can take:
1) Make sure you are receiving the latest Window’s updates.
2) Have a good firewall installed.
3) Install anti spyware removal software and keep the program up to date. Run a scan at least once a week or after being on line for a long period of time.
4) Install an anti virus program and keep the virus definitions up to date. Carry out a virus scan a least once a week.