Windows Antidanger Center is a one more rogue antivirus program that was designed by computer hackers in order to gain money from random computer users. The program is installed to the system using fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert which actually has nothing in common with Microsoft.
Once inside, the program installs its single executable which becomes so important that later you find lots of difficulties to remove it. This executable is run each time you log in to Windows. Windows Antidanger Center runs a scanner and imitates looking for infections. One the scanner finishes, it displays a list of infections and recommends removing them as soon as possible with a full version of Windows Antidanger Center.
You shouldn’t fall for this trick as Windows Antidanger Center is not able to detect anything, just as it’s not able to remove any infections despite its version.
Please ignore any warning messages pushing you into purchasing Windows Antidanger Center. The best decision once noticing any of the above mentioned activity on your system is to get rid of Windows Antidanger Center as soon as possible. If you have already paid for its license, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.