We take heed to seriously urge you of new computer pest. This time it is called Windows Risk Eliminator. Taking into consideration the peculiarities of its functioning on PC to which it penetrated it becomes clear that it is nothing but simply another fake antivirus concoction that pretends to be some decent antivirus tool that is capable of revealing and subsequent removing viruses/threats from computers.
It should be noted that Windows Risk Eliminator fools users and gives them all sorts of fake promises that it is able to protect their computers from all possible viruses. Needless to say, Windows Risk Eliminator is a virus by itself, so there is no way that it will do some good thing for you and your machine. Upon penetration of Windows Risk Eliminator inside of your system it will be started automatically with every Windows startup. Later on it would show lots of bogus alerts on occurrence of viruses in the PC and about other system malfunctions. Bear in mind that Windows Risk Eliminator virus will try to persuade the user to register Windows Risk Eliminator by purchasing the full registered version of Windows Risk Eliminator in order to delete the viruses and fix the system problems. Well, this is its only aim so far – to get money from you. We assure you that Windows Risk Eliminator can neither detect nor remove any real viruses. Neither can Windows Risk Eliminator fix any system problems.
To summarize the aforesaid, Windows Risk Eliminator needs to be wiped off either manually or automatically from your workstation, otherwise the fruits of its presence on your system might be really out of the blue. You will get irritated by its annoying popups and, moreover, by inability to do the necessary items on your agenda through your PC. Do it immediately! Windows Risk Eliminator’s removal is a first thing to do when you detect it.
Windows Risk Eliminator automatic remover:
Warning!!! Windows Risk Eliminator virus may block the main executable file of GridinSoft Trojan Killer (trojankiller.exe) from launching. Normally it is located at the following path: (C:\Program Files\GridinSoft Trojan Killer). “C” stands for the system disk of your computer. The name of the system disk, however, can be marked with another letter. In order to prevent blockage please rename the exe-file of GridinSoft Trojan Killer trojankiller.exe into explorer.exe . Afterwards please click explorer.exe and run Trojan Killer on your PC.
Windows Risk Eliminator manual removal guide:
Delete Windows Risk Eliminator files:
Delete Windows Risk Eliminator registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Shell “%AppData%\[random].exe”