Windows Supervision Center


Windows Supervision Center is a rogue antispyware program that is installed to random computer systems via Trojan viruses. The Trojan installs the program secretly and at the same time configures it to start at the very beginning when your system is loaded. Some essential changes are made it Windows Registry in order to be able to perform a variety of different actions just for one reason – to gain some money by purchasing Windows Supervision Center as a reputable antispyware program.

The program is responsible for a flood of pop up ads and security notifications that are displayed at any time, while you are running some programs on your computer or not. These messages claim that you have been infected by a proxy-relay Trojan server and that the virus sends spam. They also state that upgrading to the full version of Windows Supervision Center will eliminate the majority of spam attempts.

Moreover, the program loads its fake scanner and reports to detect a bunch of malicious threats on your system. For their removal you are also suggested to purchase a licensed version of Windows Supervision Center. Unfortunately, that is not a solution, because the scanner of Windows Supervision Center displays fabricated scan results and in fact you don’t need to do anything about it. The only problem is Windows Supervision Center itself which will be causing all these actions unless you exterminate it. Security Experts strongly advise removing Windows Supervision Center with a reputable antispyware program or manually stopping and removing malicious processes of this badware program.

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