Windows Ultimate Booster is a misleading program, which promises to help people remove viruses and save their computers. However, no matter how genuine it looks, it's just another virus, which belongs to FakeVimes. Parasites that belong to this family look almost identical and the real their difference is their name, which is typically changed every time a new version of virus shows up. The most annoying thing about this virus is that as soon as Windows Ultimate Booster infiltrates computer, it starts displaying continuous system scanners. Of course, they are forged. Once it finishes checking the system, it then returns fake reports about tens of different viruses and offers fixing them for a specific payment. Please, stay away from this offer because it will leave you without the money.
Windows Ultimate Booster can infiltrate computer via security vulnerabilities found. Such viruses can sneak inside with a help of spam, unlicensed software or as soon as you click on a malicious notification that offers checking computer for free. As soon as this virus enters computer, it modifies the system by adding its own registry entries and starts displaying such ads:
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
c:\windows\system32\iexplore.exe is suspected to have infected your PC.
This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits themto a remote server.
Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected.Full system scan is highly recommended.
System data security is at risk!To prevent potential PC errors, run a full system scan.
Please, stay away from Windows Ultimate Booster because it's just another malware from FakeVimes. If your computer is infected, follow this guide:
If Windows Ultimate Booster infiltrates your computer, you will notice that from its continuous alerts that offer purchasing its licensed version. Don't do that because you will lose your money! In order to stop these ads, you should waste no time and scan your computer with any of these programs: SpyHunter, STOPzilla, Malwarebytes Anti Malware. Note that virus may block these programs and try to postpone its removal. In this case you should reboot your PC into Safe Mode with Networking and lauch your anti-spyware again.
Information added: 01/28/14 02:11;
information updated: 01/28/14 02:11