Windows Optimization Center

Windows Optimization Center Description

Type: Rogue AntiSpyware Programs

ScreenshotWindows Optimization Center is a misleading computer security application created by cyber criminals. Windows Optimization Center can enter a PC via Trojans, drive-by downloads or an unsuspecting user that downloads it from the internet. On infiltrating a computer system Windows Optimization Center will produce a system scanner which is set to automatically report the detection of several system errors. The errors are typically found in the memory or hard drive and according the security alerts displayed, Windows Optimization Center is the only tool that can fix those errors.

The scan reports and security alerts displayed by Windows Optimization Center are fake and best to be ignored. Windows Optimization Center can neither detect nor repair computer errors; the last thing this rogue will do is optimize your system's performance. Windows Optimization Center will cause more damage than good to your system therefore it is advisable to have it removed upon detection.ScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshotScreenshot


15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
Fortinet Misc/BPSSpywareRemover
Ikarus not-a-virus:FraudTool.Win32.BPSSpywareRemover
AntiVir DR/Fraud.BPSSpywareRemover.E.1
DrWeb Trojan.Fakealert.7106
F-Secure Trojan.Generic.4273891
Kaspersky not-a-virus:FraudTool.Win32.BPSSpywareRemover.e
Symantec MalwareScanner
NOD32 a variant of Win32/Adware.BPSSpywareRemover.AA
K7AntiVirus Adware
McAfee Artemis!169360C00F78
Panda Trj/WL-heur.A
AhnLab-V3 Downloader/Win32.Maldrop
Avast NSIS:Downloader-CD
NOD32 NSIS/TrojanDownloader.FakeAlert.DK.Gen
McAfee Generic.dx!tty

Technical Information

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File System Details

Windows Optimization Center creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 HideWindow.exe 54dfb6787697d29babb1c8a1565c911b 118
2 csrss.exe c475c3929d404516b370b6efde9cbc03 30
3 arking.exe b4f0fb5efa1bfb836ae5828a9ed7ecb8 15
4 verclsidb.exe 27b3974efee16fa10a03d429e98785e1 7
5 wins.exe f9db72e52d09cfc9e6acef1f1f622db0 5
6 protect.exe e43224f50dc95c380d3ec31d75ce3b76 3
7 setup.exe 62a107e8418458d7cac5b84b1141da8b 3
8 UpdateLogon.dll d4bc9380e5c70535b5b4c0615ef34512 1
9 sklgr.exe 9268d071a36d53fcb5401c54fe84a273 1
10 somlzxp.exe b614a08c4842cd9125013fa4c34e3f9d 1
11 RCUV1SxVzt5.exe bf44b443fc6023fc125069d27aabd195 1
12 hl4SO3Y9.exe f3f72ab344d2fd92dab8ea467a88e5fd 1
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