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Can`t Remove Windows Daily Adviser? Read this first

Monday, May 7th 2012 under Security by

If you want to have a reliable advice about computer security, then do not believe to anything Windows Daily Adviser is displaying! Provided that this application has managed to gain access to your PC, you have to know that this is not a trustworthy program. On the contrary, this tool is created by hackers with the only aim to mislead you into buying its full version which is, in fact, useless. You have to protect your PC from this attacker and make sure that you remove Windows Daily Adviser without delay.

Windows Daily Adviser screenshot

If you see that this creation of hackers is displaying messages on your desktop, this is a doubtless sign that this intruder has managed to infect your PC. Also, this fake application imitates a reliable system scan. However, you have to keep in mind that all of the messages and information displayed by this attacker are misleading. They are aimed at tricking you into giving your money to hackers. Windows Daily Adviser cannot protect your system or information from attacks of online criminals. On the contrary, this program can even make your PC more vulnerable to system threats.

Windows Daily Adviser is spread via malicious web pages which exploit vulnerabilities in your applications. Because of this, you have to keep your programs up-to-date to ensure that no computer viruses are able to enter your PC. Another way of transferring this Trojan-based infection to your system is through fake online scanners. You are redirected to a malicious web site that promotes a fake online scanner. After your PC is scanned using this bogus tool, you are told that you need to download Windows Daily Adviser to your computer to fix it. If you are not aware that this is a scam application aimed at taking your money, you can be easily tricked into downloading this infection to your PC.



Once the attacker is on your PC, it is configured to launch itself on system start up, so when you start your computer you will see that Windows Daily Adviser is scanning your machine for infected files. None of the information displayed after the scan is completed is accurate. On the contrary, it is shown to scare you into thinking your PC is infected, and you need to pay for the full version of Windows Daily Adviser to fix your machine.

Do not be tricked!

This application is fake, and it cannot detect or report system threats. You should not buy the license of this bogus tool. Instead, remove Windows Daily Adviser and make sure you have not submitted any information to this deceitful attacker.

Even though the fake program is trying to mislead you with its annoying messages, which are warning you about serious system threats and errors, remember that the only real threat on your PC is Windows Daily Adviser itself.

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

Attempt to modify Registry key entries detected.
Registry entry analysis recommended.

To avoid serious problems, you have to get rid of this fake tool.

*SpyHunter’s free scanner is only for malware detection. If SpyHunter detects malware on your PC, you will need to purchase SpyHunter’s malware suite to remove the malware threats.

*SpyHunter's free scanner is only for malware detection. If it detects malicious software on your computer, you will need to purchase SpyHunter's malware tool to remove the detected threats.

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