Windows Command Processor virus removal

It is not a secret for anybody that Internet is the place where people make money: somebody sales, somebody buys… Somebody make money in fair way, somebody in unfair… So remain vigilant all time while surfing in the Web. Hackers, who have chosen dishonest method of raising money, develop devices to wind trustful users round and rip them off. They employ up-to-date root kit techniques to attack the computer. They do not miss any opportunity to catch the potential victim in their traps. They promote their badware anywhere: on malicious websites, even on decent web pages, which have been hacked before. New malicious products appear almost every day and tend to infect as much computers as it is possible. So we would recommend you to be very attentive what links you click and what programs you install.
We feel it is our duty to warn all our blog readers about Windows Command Processor fake antispyware device and help them if they have got into trouble. Now, please, read the short description how this pest behaves and what bad things in does. It has quite attractive interface; it mimics the behavior of the reputable antivirus programs, so it is quite difficult to determine its trustworthiness.

Windows Command Processor

First, upon successful reaching of the target, Windows Command Processor initiates fake system scanning. This process looks rather persuasive. Upon the termination of such fake checkup, Windows Command Processor generates invented pre-programmed scanning reports. They state numerous threats allegedly detected. It is nothing more like well designed tactic of scaring you. The virus “warns” you to neutralize the suspicious items as quick as possible. It offers itself as an excellent solution for you in this situation, but first it is necessary to purchase its commercial version. Do not let the developers of this malware deceive you. Needless to tell that neither full, nor trial version is in state to detect or remove viruses, because it is a virus itself.
Never effect the payment for this badware. Under no circumstances open your private information, your banking details. If by some reasons the payment is already effected, contact your bank or other payment processing company and dispute all charges incurred by you for the benefit of these criminals. What one should do(if his/her machine is infected with this parasite) without lingering is to remove Windows Command Processor scam immediately, at the very first detection. We recommend you to use GridinSoft Trojan Killer for this purpose. If any questions regard virus removal occur, we are always ready to answer them.

Windows Command Processor automatic remover:

Windows Command Processor removal milestones:

  1. Through your browser window download Process Killer application (pkiller.exe). The download link is
  2. Save “pkiller.exe” to your Desktop and run it or run this program immediately.
  3. Once the malicious process ofWindows Command Processor 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 Command Processor manual remover:

Delete Windows Command Processor files:
%desktopdir%\Windows Command Processor.lnk
%commonprograms%\Windows Command Processor.lnk
Delete Windows Command Processor registry files:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run!Inspectordiv class=”downloadbutton”

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