Windows Activity Inspector


Windows Activity Inspector is a rogue antivirus program, which infiltrate into computer with a help of fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert. It’s one more clone of recently described rogue antivirus programs, such as Windows Tweaking Utility, Windows Tasks Optimizer, Windows XP Recovery and others.

The program is started as soon as the workstation is rebooted. The same repeats every time you log in to Windows. It loads a fake scanner and simulates performing system scan. After a while, the program generates a list of infections and asks you to purchase a full version of Windows Activity Inspector in order to get rid of detected infections.

Later, the program starts generating fake alerts that warn about spyware infections that have been detected on the system. The messages state that your system is at risk and recommend activating your antivirus software in order to protect your computer against viruses and other security threats.

When you attempt to visit some Internet website, it will also cause more security notifications. Instead of opening the site you request for you will see a message claiming that visiting this website may harm your computer.

If you are one of those experiencing this kind of problems on your system, it is clear that your system has been infected. However, the main reason is not some viruses that the program claims to detect. The main infection is Windows Activity Inspector itself. Please remove Windows Activity Inspector once you notice its actions on your system.

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