Windows Secure Workstation

Windows Secure Workstation Welcome again to another weekly installment of our infection removal guide. If you’ve made your way to this page, you’ve probably been infected with Windows Secure Workstation. Infections of this type, while somewhat less than dangerous, do their their work through scare tactics. Essentially, they make it very difficult to use your computer, and may also redirect your browser’s search, making simple tasks like finding this guide unnecessarily difficult. This client is a clone of Anti-Spyware, XP Home Security 2012, XP Anti-Virus 2012 and XP Security 2012 as well as Win 7 Anti-Spyware, Win 7 Home Security 2012 How Did I get infected with Windows SecureWorkstation? Often, infections like this come from infected webpages, oftentimes pages that you visit frequently. Malicious code is inserted into the website which then automatically installs the infection onto your computer. Frequently, this won’t even require action on your part, the infection’s software is able to bypass your antivirus and insert itself silently into your Windows installation. If this is the case, you should consider upgrading to a better antivirus. How Much Damage is Windows Secure Workstation Doing? With most infections in this particular family, the biggest problem they cause is disassociation of executable files in the registry. That’s why you’re getting those scary looking pop-ups asking what you would like to use to run any program. This just means that the registry information that tells Windows how to launch executables has been damaged. Luckily, we’ve posted a quick fix below in this very guide! Windows Secure Workstation »Download Windows Secure Workstation Removal Software How to Remove Windows Secure Workstation? This...

Windows Interactive Safety

Windows Interactive Safety Greetings! Unfortunately, if you’ve made your way to this page, you’ve probably been infected with Windows Interactive Safety. Infections of this kind aren’t particularly harmful to your computer. Most often, they just make it much more difficult to use, as I’m sure you’ve realized once confronted with the infection. The purpose of the infection is to trick you, the user, into paying to remove the infection. It accomplishes this through scare tactics, by telling you that your computer is infected, that the only way to remove said infections is to pay for that software, and by making it difficult to use any antivirus that you have installed on your computer. The infection may also hijack your browser’s search settings, making even basic internet usage quite difficult. This client is a clone of Anti-Spyware, XP Home Security 2012, XP Anti-Virus 2012 and XP Security 2012 as well as Win 7 Anti-Spyware, Win 7 Home Security 2012. How Did I get infected with Windows Interactive Safety ? Most often, this type of infection is the result of your computer having visited an infected webpage. Frequently, you won’t even be asked to install anything, you’ll simply be suddenly greeted with the infection. If this is the case, you should consider upgrading to a better anti-virus. How Much Damage is Windows Interactive Safety Doing? With most varieties of this infection, the most damaging thing the infection does is removing the registry entries on your computer that tell Windows how to run executables. This is the cause of the messages you’re getting asking you what you would like to use to...

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