Windows Secure Workshop is a rouge antivirus program. It is identical to previous clone versions under the windows name. This virus uses windows standard files to exploit security flaws to get into your system. Mostly these viruses get into your system via compromised website and fake scanning site. Sometimes they even give ads on search engine and infect innocent user. After invading your machine it will start taking control of your machine. It will change the registry setting and start up program so that it can launch itself whenever PC starts. It also removes or alters system file in such a way that existing antivirus cannot get rid of them. It will make your browser run extremely slow. Your folder shortcuts, files and task bar will be changed. It will keep showing fake security warning about the malwares in your system. To remove Windows Secure Workshop virus from your PC follow this help guide.

How to remove Windows Secure Workshop Steps:

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Step 1:Print out these instructions as you will need to shut down the computer in next step. Need help call us at: 800-518-8533

Step 2:Now power down the Windows Secure Workshop infected computer and wait for 30 Seconds before you turn on.

Step 3:Now please turn ON the computer and immediately keep hitting F8 until you see WINDOWS ADVANCED OPTIONS MENU as shown below.
Windows F8 Key

Step 4:In the WINDOWS ADVANCED OPTIONS MENU, go down to the SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING using the arrow keys on the board. Then press ENTER on the keyboard. This will take your computer to Safe mode. Safe Mode will cause the display and desktop icons to appear changed. This is normal. No need to Panic as it is due to Windows Secure Workshop.
Safe mode Option

Step 5:This, Windows Secure Workshop, infection may change computer windows settings to use a proxy server that will not allow you to browse any pages on the Internet with Internet Explorer. We will first need to fix this as we will need to download malware removal utilities. They are safe and very reputed in Computer Industry. Now hold down the WINDOWS key and then press the R key.
Windows Secure Workshop - Run command Prompt

Step 6:The RUN dialog box will appear. Type iexplore.exe In the RUN dialog and click OK button.
Run command Prompt

Step 7:You will see Internet Explorer. On the top navigation click TOOLS then under the sub-menu of TOOLS choose INTERNET OPTIONS as shown below.
IE Option

Step 8: Now find the CONNECTIONS tab within the INTERNET OPTIONS dialog box and click on it. Then click the LAN SETTINGS button.
Windows Secure Workshop - LAN settings

Step 9:If there is a check-mark in the box named “Use a proxy server for your LAN”, under the PROXY SERVER section, then unchecked the box. If there is not a check mark located in the box then you can skip this step and move on to next step.
proxy

Step 10:Now hit the OK button to close the LOCAL AREA NETWORK dialog box. Then press the OK button to close the INTERNET OPTIONS dialog box.

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Step 11Now we must end all the processes that belong to Windows Secure Workshop so that it does not interfere with your ability clear your computer. Inspector-[random char].exe and Protector-[random char].exe are the processed that needs to be stopped. To do this we need to download Rkill, developed by Bleepingcomputer to help stop the computer process of Windows Secure Workshop. Now please hold down the WINDOWS key and the R key simultaneously to open RUN dialog box.
Run command Prompt

Step 12Now type “iexplore.exe http://www.fixpcyourself.com/rkill.com” and hit the OK button.
Rkill

Step 13:Save the Rkill.exe on your desktop. Double-click the Rkill icon and run Rkill.exe. You will see a black MS DOS dialog box. Now it will kill all the processes of Windows Secure Workshop. It will take several minute before a Notepad file containing log information on what Rkill found will open. You may review it and close notepad file.

Step 14:Now you are ready to removal all the infection related to Windows Secure Workshop. For that you need to use Malwarebytes software. It is a very popular malware and spyware removal application. Now please hold down the WINDOWS key and the R key simultaneously to open RUN dialog box. Type “iexplore.exe http://www.fixpcyourself.com/mbam.exe” and hit the OK button.
Malwarebytes

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Step 15:Save the mbam.exe on your desktop. Double click the Malwarebytes icon and run mbam.exe. Now the SELECT SETUP LANGUAGE dialog box will appear. Select your preferred language and hit press OK button.
Malwarebytes Language

Step 16:The Malwarebytes SETUP WIZARD will show blow screen Hit the NEXT button to continue.
Malwarebytes Wizard

Step 17:Now the LICENSE AGREEMENT screen will appear as shown. Accept the agreement and hit NEXT button.
Malwarebytes License Agreement

Step 18:Now the Information screen will appear. Click on next button and continue following the steps.
Windows Secure Workshop - Malwarebytes Information

Step 19:SELECT DESTINATION LOCATION screen will appear now. You can choose the location where Malwarebytes can be installed. We recommend choosing the default location as shown then click NEXT button.
How to remove Windows Secure Workshop - Malwarebytes Install path

Step 20:Now the SELECT START MENU FOLDER screen will appear. Let the default as it is and click NEXT button.
removal guide for Windows Secure Workshop - Malwarebytes Folder

Step 21:Now the SELECT ADDITIONAL TASKS screen will appear. If you want a Desktop Icon or Quick Launch icon then check appropriate boxes.
shortcut

Step 22:READY TO INSTALL screen will come next. Hit the INSTALL button to install Malwarebytes.
Remove Windows Secure Workshop - Ready to Install

Step 23:In this step let the UPDATE and LAUNCH checked as it is to update the application with latest malware definition to capture all the malwares then click FINISH button.
Updates

Step 24:Once update is done then Scanner screen will launch. Make sure to select PERFORM FULL SCAN is selected to clean up Windows Secure Workshop infection. Click on SCAN button to start the scan.
full scan

Step 25:Now choose the local drives that you want to scan from the dialog box and click SCAN button.
How to remove Windows Secure Workshop - drive

Step 26:Be patient as the scan will take several minutes before it cleans up Windows Secure Workshop infection. Once the scan is finished, a message box saying the scan is complete will appear. Click OK button to close the box then click SHOW RESULTS button.
drive selection

Step 27:From results dialog box choose REMOVE SELECTED button to remove all the infections found. Malwarebytes will also delete all of the files and registry keys affected by Windows Secure Workshop and add them to the quarantine.
Windows Secure Workshop - quarantine

Step 28:Malwarebytes may require you to reboot the PC to complete the removal of Windows Secure Workshop. After completion reboot your computer Malwarebytes will be relaunched, please follow the instructions on the screen and continue the removal process. Once everything is clean out a log will be open created by Malwarebytes. Please reviewed it and closed it. Now your computer should be free of Windows Secure Workshop. Enjoy.
Windows Secure Workshop - Complete

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Technical Details of Windows Secure Workshop files :
You may need to delete following Windows Secure Workshop files :

%UserProfile%\Desktop\Windows Secure Workshop.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Desktop\[random].lnk
%Program Files%\Windows Secure Workshop
%AppData%\Protector-[rnd].exe
%AppData%\Inspector-[rnd].exe
%appdata%\[random].exe
%temp%\[random].exe
%CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Windows Secure Workshop.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[random].exe
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\Windows Secure Workshop
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Windows Secure Workshop

Also please check following Windows Secure Workshop registry file:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Windows Secure Workshop
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run ‘Inspector’
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\[Random].exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Windows Secure Workshop
HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System ‘DisableTaskMgr’ = 0
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\protector.exe

Windows Secure Workshop Symptoms:

Windows Secure Workshop launches itself when computer starts
Antivirus program cannot detect virus
Lot of security warnings and alerts
Computer run slows
Browser redirects to purchase page of Windows Secure Workshop
Some time keyboard works and sometime it does not

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