Windows Antibreach Tool

Windows Antibreach Tool Description

Windows AntiBreach Tool is a rogue anti-malware application that malware researchers currently estimate to be one of the many emerging members of FakePAV, a threat family known for blocking other programs. While Windows AntiBreach Tool constitutes a security hazard all by itself, Windows AntiBreach Tool has armed itself with numerous ways of misleading its victims into believing that several types of threats are responsible for any obvious malfunctions. Deleting Windows AntiBreach Tool with legitimate anti-malware products while, above all else, avoiding the purchase of its software or the transfer of personal information to its ‘company’ is strongly recommended for the safety of both you and your PC.

The Security Breach that Pretends to Protect You

Windows AntiBreach Tool is of a subtype of threat that’s reliant on deceiving victims to acquire money, although Windows AntiBreach Tool also can pose a threat to any PC, regardless of how fooled its users might be. With an interface that’s meant to make Windows AntiBreach Tool look similar to Microsoft anti-malware suites, and seemingly including advanced features like its own memory process manager, Windows AntiBreach Tool looks the part of security software but plays the exact opposite role. Windows AntiBreach Tool displays firewall alerts and other warning messages that are intended to warn you about threats that aren’t installed, along with similar, fake system scans that include completely inaccurate results.

This false information is a lead-in for Windows AntiBreach Tool’s request that you purchase its premium software.

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Like its freeware version, Windows AntiBreach Tool’s ‘premium’ version doesn’t attempt to safeguard your PC, and giving money or financial information to the individuals responsible for Windows AntiBreach Tool doesn’t provide any relief from the undesirable symptoms often associated with this scamware.

None of this is any surprise to malware experts, who have seen clones of Windows AntiBreach Tool already in distribution under other names, such as Smart Security, Windows Managing System, Windows Firewall Constructor, Windows Web Commander, Windows Premium Defender, Windows Turnkey Console, Windows No-Risk Center, Windows ProSecure Scanner, Windows Be-on-Guard Edition, Windows Ultimate Safeguard, Total Anti Malware Protection, My Security Shield, Windows Active HotSpot, Windows Protection Unit, Windows Efficiency Master, Windows Protection Booster, Windows Secure Surfer, My Security Wall, Windows Risk Minimizer, Windows Custom Management, Windows Virtual Protector, Windows Efficiency Kit, Windows Cleaning Toolkit, Windows Multi Control System, Windows Antivirus Helper, Windows Premium Console, Windows Privacy Extension, Keep Center Keeper, Windows Defence Counsel, Smart Engine, Windows Active Defender, Windows Guard Solutions, Windows Software Keeper, Windows Safety Wizard, Windows Activity Booster, Windows Antivirus Suite, Windows Antivirus Machine, Windows Expert Console, Windows ProSecurity Scanner, Windows Security Master, Windows Premium Guard, Windows AntiBreach Helper, Windows Efficiency Console, Windows Custodian Utility, Windows Pro Safety Release, Windows Security Booster and Windows Maintenance Guard. Windows AntiBreach Tool and other FakeVimes clones often are installed by JavaScript-based attacks from unsafe sites or advertisements that pretend to scan your computer, although this distribution method isn’t exclusive. Strong browser security and anti-malware products with browser-guarding features may block many of these attacks, but, once Windows AntiBreach Tool is installed, additional solutions may be necessary.

Closing the Breach Made by an Invasion of Windows AntiBreach Tool

Windows AntiBreach Tool is more than just a simple provider of fake system information, Windows AntiBreach Tool also is a direct assailant upon your PC’s real security features. Windows AntiBreach Tool may terminate other programs from memory automatically or modify the Registry to replace your access to basic security programs with shortcuts to itself. The Task Manager, some brands of Web browsers, various social networking programs and many brands of real anti-malware scanners all have been seen in the FakeVimes blacklist, which makes it essential to disable Windows AntiBreach Tool and regain the full use of your computer.

As a standard way to block a threat before it can block you, malware experts would suggest trying a system reboot from Safe Mode or booting from a removable hard drive. Only after you’ve blocked Windows AntiBreach Tool from being launched should you try to remove Windows AntiBreach Tool and any related threats with a legitimate anti-malware program.

Windows Antibreach Tool Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

Is your PC infected with Windows Antibreach Tool? To safely & quickly detect Windows Antibreach Tool we highly recommend you run the malware scanner listed below.

Technical Details

Additional Information

  • The following messages's were detected:
    # Message
    1Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
    is suspected to have infected your PC.
    This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them
    to a remote server.
Posted: February 14, 2014 | By
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Threat Metric
Threat Level: 10/10
Detection Count: 26

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