Windows Antibreaking System malware program.

admin | April 11, 2012

Windows Antibreaking System malware program is not designed to assist you in virus removal. The truth of the fact that it only imitates the behavior of some powerful anti-virus, whereas its only aim is to fool, trick and scare you into purchasing its so-called full version which does not even exist in reality. In other words, both trial and full commercial version of this hoax device are equally useless when it comes to virus removal. This program penetrates to your PC when you don’t really know about this. This is done due to available vulnerabilities in your security level, thus making malware to get into your computer without your consent or approval for such actions.


Windows Antibreaking System

A soon as the infiltration job of Windows Antibreaking System malware is successfully accomplished the rogue would, similar to many other well-known threats, imitate the fake scan of your computer. After the scan is over you would encounter the large report with quite a scary list of threats allegedly detected by this program. Do you realize that you are simply being deceived by the scam? If not, go to your preferred search engine and find more facts about this fake security program. You will come to the understanding of the true face of it. The tool we’re talking about bearing the name of Windows Antibreaking System is not the shield at all. It is like the wolf in the clothes of a sheep – aggressive and hungry for your money. This application will not redeem you from real threats, being the virus in its essence. So, when Windows Antibreaking System tells you to purchase its full version you know what to do, don’t you? You must totally ignore all such offers. Do not ever buy it. If you do so you will just waste your money for nothing (in spite of quite a nice design of this program). Make sure and entirely eliminate this bug from your workstation by following the instructions provided below.

Windows Antibreaking System automatic remover:


Version: 2.1

Windows Antibreaking System removal milestones:

  1. Through your browser window download Process Killer application (pkiller.exe). The download link is http://www.trojan-killer.net/download/pkiller.exe
  2. Save “pkiller.exe” to your Desktop and run it or run this program immediately.
  3. Once the malicious process of Windows Antibreaking System has been disabled (terminated) shut down “pkiller.exe” (Process Killer).
  4. Through your browser window download GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
  5. Install, update and run anti-virus software (Trojan Killer).
  6. Remove all threats it detects during the scan.
  7. Reboot your PC and repeat the scan in the case of necessity.

Windows Antibreaking System manual remover:

Delete Windows Antibreaking System files:
%appdata%npswf32.dll
%appdata%Inspector-[rnd].exe
%desktopdir%Windows Antibreaking System.lnk
%commonprograms%Windows Antibreaking System.lnk
Delete Windows Antibreaking System registry files:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun!Inspector

5 Comments

  1. Antivirus in Kolkata says:

    Thanks for sharing the info here. Keep up the good work. All the best.

  2. Honey says:

    Thanks so much, this site helped me to cure my daughter’s laptop.
    These scum bag companies who make money trying to rip people off should be shut down and pimp slapped!

  3. Chris says:

    I have to say that you where a life saver! Keep the good job running… Thanks alot!

  4. Philip says:

    Wow – if you got rid of it that easily – you’re one of the lucky ones. I couldn’t access anything – task manager, browser, msconfig, regedit, restore…nuthin’!

    I had to chisel away at it with various programs loaded onto the PC. Finally got enough out where I could do a system restore and ran it out of town. Used Spybot and Kaspersky for the most part – but no one program would kill it completely and it would regenerate.

    The PC (not mine) was running MS Security Essential originally…didn’t do its job.The owner said the last thing he remembered doing was an Adobe update before the virus hit. Could have been a fake update – be he wouldn’t have known.I left the computer w/AVAST – didn’t have the power for Kaspersky (old XP).

    Good luck with it!

  5. Dan says:

    I will try this tomorrow. I had 0 luck with malwarebytes. I had to rename the .exe to even run it. It found the virus, but when I tried to delete it within the program it regenerated. Hopefully, this will work!

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