Windows Personal Detective stands for the malware that has been released just recently, several hours ago. It has nothing to do with real anti-virus protection, which your system is in need of. This type of rogue security software can only steal funds, make mess and destroy your workstation. Before it is too late, remove this scam at once. Failure to do so on a timely basis may result in even more serious threats to enter your computer.
You need to be very careful with what sites you visit and what stuff over the Internet you download. We said “stuff”, cause very often people are downloading lots of cyber junk that can be bundled with the malicious codes of Windows Personal Detective malware. This is how it actually penetrates inside of your machine. We want to warn you not to be deceived by such hoax. It would tell plenty of fairy-tales about all kinds of infections that are dwelling inside of your machine. Men, remember that in reality they do not exist. It would also offer itself as the solution for removal of all such fake supposed problems and viruses, men, it would say you must pay for it first. It would be good if this program could remove real threats. Men, it is not able to delete any single virus, because it is virus by itself. Derfor, you should not buy it. If you do this you will just lose your money. Never buy this malware if you do not want to waste money for nothing.
We can assure you that GridinSoft Trojan Killer is a program that is able to deal with Windows Personal Detective and overcome it. Trojan Killer is not a free program, men, many users who purchased it got considerable benefit and aid in removing real threats, including Windows Personal Detective virus. Alternativt, you may remove this virus manually, following the guidelines given below.
Windows Personal Detective automatic remover:
Windows Personal Detective manual remover:
Delete Windows Personal Detective files:
%desktopdir%\Windows Personal Detective.lnk
%commonprograms%\Windows Personal Detective.lnk
Delete Windows Personal Detective registry entries: