Windows No-Risk Center malware removal guide

andy | March 16, 2012

If you think that Windows No-Risk Center will render the desired level of security for your computer then you are being seriously mistaken. This application is a rogue anti-spyware tool prepared by online fraudsters for the single goal of ripping off users with lack of knowledge about true intentions and plots of Windows No-Risk Center. Users simply don’t realize that this application is not what it claims of itself. Such behavior gives us all the grounds to assert that the malware you are facing now is a rogue anti-virus program to beware of. Don’t you think so? Well, read the rest of the article to get the whole story of how PCs can be infected with it.


Once Windows No-Risk Center is inside of your system it starts its fictitious scans and tells that your system is in danger. No doubt, to receive so many security notifications might be quite scary for those users that don’t realize they aren’t real. This is the plot of the game played by the hoax. Its developers want to make you think that what the hoax tells you is true and then, on this ground, to convince you to effect the payment for the full (licensed) version of this junkware. Full or trial version of such fake AV don’t differ much. They are equally useless and helpless when it comes to removal of real security threats. In times of serious malware attacks Windows No-Risk Center will not be the tool that can defend you. So, if you ever purchase its license you are simply wasting your funds.

In order to effectively remove this rogue application from your computer you first must ignore all fake system notifications and warnings that come up in front of you. Then go ahead and download, install, update and run security software recommended below for successful elimination of Windows No-Risk Center from your system. If you have any problems please make sure to contact us at any time of your preference, we will be at hand to assist you in whatever you might have difficulties with.

Windows No-Risk Center automatic remover:

Windows No-Risk Center manual remover:

Delete Windows No-Risk Center files:
%appdata%npswf32.dll
%appdata%Inspector-[rnd].exe
%desktopdir%Windows No-Risk Center.lnk
%commonprograms%Windows No-Risk Center.lnk
Delete Windows No-Risk Center registry entries:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun!Inspector

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