WiniShield is a rogue security program that installs with the help of Trojans, often through files you download, spam emails or malicious websites. WiniShield uses up an enormous amount of system resources, and may cause your system to become unstable. WiniShield may also collect information about your online activities, as well as gain access to private information such as passwords. WiniShield may modify or delete crucial system files that are necessary for proper functioning of your PC.
To remove WiniShield manually,
you must first kill all associated running processes,
then detect all related files and values in the Windows registry and other various locations.
Manual removal is a difficult process,
and is not advised due to the risk of severe damage to your PC. To remove WiniShield automatically,
it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.
WiniShieldSvc.exe WiniShield.exe uninstall.exe data.bin license.txt
WiniShield.lnk 1 WiniShield.lnk 2 Homepage.lnk 3 Uninstall.lnk
I never installed WiniShield, but this morning it was giving me pop ups, telling that the computer is infected and I need to buy the license to remove the viruses. I don’t know how dangerous it is, but it can be very annoying.
This is a very useful program that is easy to use and scans quickly.
SpyZooka finds things other spyware programs can’t find.