If you are looking at the screenshot above this is exactly how new fake anti-virus tool looks like. Its name is Windows Trojans Inspector. What does it inspect? It inspects how much money there is on your credit card and whether you are willing to share some of your money with the developers of Windows Trojans Inspector program who are just the load of crooks trying to steal your money.
WindowsTrojansInspector is typically the same as Windows Attacks Defender malware. Only their names are different, but the rest is all the same, as well as their malicious goals. The hoax tries to create the impression in your mind as if it is some kind of superb solution for your PC that can remove all threats and vulnerabilities. It would indeed report all kinds of problems after its fake system scan. However, you should realize that its scans, its reports and its promises to fix all detected threats are fake. Most probably there are no any infections inside of your system except for this rogue itself. Do not buy this junkware, no matter how persuasive its attempts to convince you to do this might be. You should uninstall it using certain good program that would be able to accomplish the removal task. Hence, entirely disregard this malware sample and remove it using GridinSoft Trojan Killer, the program recommended by us. This program is not free, but you will be able to remove Windows Trojans Inspector with its help. The proof of this is shown in the video guide explaining the removal of similar malware.
Windows Trojans Inspector automatic remover:
Windows Trojans Inspector manual remover:
Delete Windows Trojans Inspector files:
%desktopdir%\Windows Trojans Inspector.lnk
%commonprograms%\Windows Trojans Inspector.lnk
Delete Windows Trojans Inspector registry entries: