Windows Command Processor virus (UAC Virus) is a fake security program designed to scare people. Windows Command Processor virus is part of fakeVimes family. It was seen first time on April 2012. Now it is coming back again. Typical scenario when this virus spread is when user tries to scan their computer via online free security scanner. They get infected with such a scam via backdoor. Once it is in the computer it start shows various threat on your computer. Windows Command Processor virus (UAC Virus) shows threat via pop up and here is the one message:
“Warning! Virus Detected Threat detected: FTP Server Infected file: C:\Windows\System32\dllcache\wmploc.dll”
“Warning! Identity theft attempt Detected Hidden connection IP: 188.8.131.52 Target: Your passwords for sites”
“Error Key-logger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan”
Windows Command Processor virus block antivirus program and does not let you run it. It shows threat detected in appdata\local folder. It generates random exe file so antivirus program cannot detect it. It shows these messages via UAC popup so user cannot find where exactly issue is. UAC popup configured via kernel process so most antivirus program does not detect it. To remove these scary messages and get rid of Windows Command Processor virus along with UAC virus we have created easy guide to help you. Please follow through and learn if you can remove this. If you do not remove virus then your computer security is really in trouble and you could lose precious data and files stored on your computer.
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