Windows System Suite is a rogue spyware which must be removed upon detection. It is a misleading spyware blocker which makes you believe it is part of the official Microsoft Security ring. The primary goal of this rogue spyware tool is to convince the user with the infected personal computer that their computer has been compromised by many spyware infections. The rogue spyware then tries to convince the user into purchasing a fake spyware removal tool called Windows System Suite which does absolutely nothing in terms of its function. So how do you tell if you have a rogue spyware like Windows System Suite installed on your computer? Firstly, one of the most common symptoms of rogue spyware are the regular appearance of pop up windows. These pop up windows contain adverts and misleading content which lead to malicious websites. You will also find that you may suspicious icons on your system tray and desktop. These icons also lead to malicious websites which will further infect your personal computer. If you have Windows System Suite then you are highly recommended to remove this as soon as possible with an anti spyware blocker. Read on to find out how.
Windows System Suite Information
First off, here are some technical details about the Windows System Suite rogue spyware. You may try removing these manually without the use of spyware blockers but there is a high chance they will reappear after you do so.
cb.exe eb.exe ppal.exe WS83b.exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent\Post Platform “986707143803″
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Windows System Suite”
mozcrt19.dll sqlite3.dll cid.dll ddv.dll
%UserProfile%\Application Data\Windows System Suite
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\WSYSSSys
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\61a60
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\345d567
Windows System Suite Spyware removal instructions
#1 The first step involves the usage of spyware blockers. If you do not have one installed already then consider purchasing or downloading a free version immediately. Having a spyware blocker is crucial for the overall security of your personal computer and its data. I recommend using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Lavasoft Ad-aware or Spyware Doctor. Check out our reviews and see which one suits you best. Once you have the best spyware blocker installed, perform a full scan and wait until this is complete. If your spyware blocker detects Windows System Suite then remove it immediately and restart your computer. If Windows System Suite still appears then move on to the next step.
#2 The second step involves the usage of a DOS spyware blocker tool called Smitfraudfix. Smitfraudfix is unique compared to major spyware blockers like Spyware Doctor because it requires no installation. Read through our Smitfraudfix.exe instructions and if Windows System Suite still reoccurs after you follow these instructions carefully then move on to step three.
#3 The final step is when you consult with experienced computer users and security experts to help you remove the rogue spyware. The two steps above are common methods which works out in removing the majority of rogue spyware which circulate the internet therefore the fact that you were not able to remove it may mean that the spyware is more severe than normal. To get help, use our Combofix instructions to generate a log about your computer. Once that is done, visit a security forum and post your details so an expert can help you out.