Windows Express Help


Windows Express Help is a rogue antispyware program that spreads to computer system using a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert. It’s a malicious program designed by cyber criminals in order to steal money from innocent computer users. Once inside, Windows Express Help pretends being a security tool. The program basically imitates every single action of security tool by running system scan and offering their removal.

Once the Trojan infects computer with Windows Express Help, it also configures the program to start automatically when computer is restarted. Then Windows Express Help imitates scanning your computer for infections and reports about detecting a bunch of malicious files. For their removal you will be asked to pay for a license of Windows Express Help. According to the program this is the only way to eliminate all infections.

Windows Express Help will also cause tons of fake pop ups and security notifications which will warn about spyware infections detected on your system. These messages will also attempt to push you into purchasing a full version of Windows Express Help.

You are highly advised removing Windows Express Help with a reputable antispyware program as soon as possible. If it happened to you to pay for it, immediately contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.

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