Windows Managing System Description
According to ESG security analysts, Windows Managing System is one of the many fake security programs associated with the FakeVimes family of rogue anti-virus applications. Windows Managing System in particular belongs to a batch of malware released in 2012. The main difference between malware in the most recent batch of rogue anti-virus programs and earlier versions of the FakeVimes members is the fact that newer versions tend to be bundled with the ZeroAccess rootkit, making them particularly vicious and difficult to remove. If you find that Windows Managing System is installed on your computer – and detection is not difficult, since Windows Managing System will do whatever it can to make sure that you notice its presence – use a reliable anti-malware tool with anti-rootkit technology to remove the problem. While Virus Doctor's clones are easily removable because of their long history (dating back at least to 2009), dealing with their associated rootkit infection is quite difficult without the right tools.
Windows Managing System has plenty of clones, including older versions of such as
An Overview of the Windows Managing System Scam
The Windows Managing System scam does not differ significantly from other rogue security programs, which are one of the most common online scams. However, Windows Managing System and its clones are among some of the nastiest versions of this scam, with the capacity to shut down essential Windows components (like the Task Manager or the Registry Editor) as well as being able to find and disable security software on the infected computer system. Basically, Windows Managing System tries to convince the computer user that their machines are seriously infected with multiple viruses and Trojans, through the use of alarming and misleading error messages and pop-up notifications. Then, taking advantage of the victim's panic, Windows Managing System will attempt to convince the victim to purchase a useless 'full version' of Windows Managing System to remove these fake infections. Needless to say, it is definitely not a good idea to allow criminals to gain access to your money or credit card information and ESG security analysts strongly advise against paying for Windows Managing System.