Windows AntiBreach Helper removal guide

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Windows AntiBreach Helper is a new rogue antivirus from the FakeVimes virus family. This is a fake antispyware with the worst of the intentions – to scare users into buying it, without actually rendering any decent services for PC. Use this guide that will help you remove Windows AntiBreach Helper virus from your PC.

Windows AntiBreach Helper scam

Windows AntiBreach Helper virus mainly gets into PCs by means of fake Microsoft Security Essentials alerts, which speak of some malware supposedly detected on the PC. As a solution to fix the issue, this fake MSE warning says that users need to download some cleanup software. Clicking the download button in these fake MSE alerts actually installs Windows AntiBreach Helper rogue into PC.

Windows AntiBreach Helper virus runs fake scan of your system. Then it reports many fake alerts, saying that you need to buy its full version to remove the infection. This so-called “ultimate protection” of Windows AntiBreach Helper malware is good for nothing. It cannot really protect your PC from virus aggression.

Please stay away from purchasing Windows AntiBreach Helper virus. This program is malicious, being designed by the pack of cyber frauds who simply want to get your money, without actually rendering any decent security services for your PC. Please refer to the removal guide to get rid of Windows AntiBreach Helper virus from your PC.

Windows AntiBreach Helper automatic remover:

Uninstall milestones:

  1. In Windows AntiBreach Helper click “?” Menu button anc click “Register”.
  2. register_fakevimes

  3. Paste this product key – 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0022 exactly as shown at the image below, then click “Register“.
  4. register_fake_vimes

  5. Afer registration download GridinSoft Trojan Killer without any blockages on the part of the hoax, scan your computer with GridinSoft Trojan Killer and get rid of all threats identified by clicking “Apply” button upon the end of scan.
  6. Reboot your PC and repeat scan.

Video explaining activation of this rogue to facilitate its removal:

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