Windows Enterprise Suite DescriptionType: Rogue AntiSpyware Programs
Windows Enterprise Suite is another false pretender from the notorious FakeVimes family of rogue anti-spyware programs. Windows Enterprise Suite installs itself onto the compromised computer unexpectedly and operates undetected by using various types of Trojans. Once active the rogue Windows Enterprise Suite will make its own alterations to the Registry and the System32 directory. The host Operating System will now start to fulfil the rogue's malicious commands. Soon a random PC usage session will be activated with a fake scan which will report false results. The Windows Enterprise Suite will claim to have detected malicious applications on your computer and try to frighten you into buying a licensed copy. Windows Enterprise Suite promises to handle all the forged threats which are really not on your PC at all. Windows Enterprise Suite is an untrustworthy and threatening utility. It is highly recommend that you remove Windows Enterprise Suite's rogue anti-spyware program from your computer.
Representatives of this malicious program include security tools such as Virus Melt, Extra Antivirus, Fast Antivirus 2009, Presto TuneUp, Windows Security Suite, Windows Protection Suite, Smart Virus Eliminator, Packed.Generic.245, Volcano Security Suite, Enterprise Suite, Additional Guard, PC Live Guard, Live PC Care, Live Enterprise Suite, Security Antivirus, My Security Wall, CleanUp Antivirus, Smart Security, Windows Work Catalyst.
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