Another malicious intruder is trying to gain access to your computer. Windows First-Class Protector is a fake security application. It wants to sneak into your computer and infect it. Then, Windows First-Class Protector will try to make you believe that it is a reliable and effective application, and it is able to protect your computer from malicious creations of cyber criminals.
The truth is that Windows First-Class Protector is a deceitful application itself. Although it seems to be a reliable and effective security program, Windows First-Class Protector cannot alarm you about compromised files or system threats. The scan results displayed by Windows First-Class Protector and the annoying warnings are nothing, but tricks used to make you believe that your system is infected, and your information is in danger. Windows First-Class Protector is a member of the same rogueware family as Smart Warden. Just as all the other members of this malicious family Windows First-Class Protector imitates the actions of genuine AV programs. Despite its reliable name that promises PC users to have a Windows First-Class Protector if they buy the registered version of this application, this software turns out to be a scam tool used to trick victims.
To enter into targeted computers, Windows First-Class Protector uses Trojan horses. With the hep of Trojan-based infections, Windows First-Class Protector sneaks into targeted machines without letting their users know about its malicious plan and intentions. Moreover, Windows First-Class Protector does not need to ask users for permission in order to gain access to their PCs. After Windows First-Class Protector has managed to get inside your computer, the malicious attacker starts trying to scare you into thinking your PC is compromised, and you need to fix it using the full version of this fake security tool. To make you believe that your PC is compromised, Windows First-Class Protector starts warning you about serious system errors and problems. The deceitful intruder displays pop-up messages. They tell you about system problems and hard disk errors. The messages report about the following problems:
Attempt to modify registry key entries detected. Registry entry analysis is recommended.
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.
Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected
Hidden connection IP: 126.96.36.199
Target: Your passwords for sites
To scare you into thinking you need to pay for the registered version of Windows First-Class Protector, and you need this fake application to fix your system, the bogus program will make a scan of the system. The truth is that Windows First-Class Protector cannot detect infected files. It detects only harmless files it has created itself.
You will be alarmed that you need to remove these files immediately. However, you will not be allowed to do that yourself. Windows First-Class Protector will insist that you buy its full version and submit your personal and financial details to this unknown application. Do not be tricked and do not disclose your personal or bank account information as it will be given to hackers. Use a reliable and effective security application and remove Windows First-Class Protector. Otherwise, Windows First-Class Protector will put your information and computer in danger. To protect your PC from Windows First-Class Protector, use a genuine AV program.
*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.