How To Remove Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus – Virus Removal



Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus is a 100% fake antivirus software program infecting Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 computer operating systems. It is a financial fraud stealing people’s money by manipulating them into purchasing a fake antivirus program. Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer uses manipulative tactics including fake virus alerts, fake scans and fake scan results to scare and deceive. Removal instructions are at the bottom of the article.

Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus Screenshot
Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus Screenshot

The Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus loads every time Windows starts. The software interface, in the screen-shot above, will be displayed immediately. Fake virus alerts and other fake infection warnings will begin to be displayed. All of the alerts and warnings are part of the fraudulent tactics the creators of this virus use to make computer users believe that Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus is real and must be purchased.

Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning



Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer begins as a trojan obtained from the various compromised and malicious internet websites. A fake “Microsoft Security Essentials” alert will appear on your computer screen warning you of an infection that has been detected. It will ask you to click on the “clean computer” button within the fake Microsoft Security Essential Alert. DO NOT click the “clean computer” button. If you click “clean computer”, Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer will be downloaded and installed.


Once Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer is installed it will perform a fictitious array of fake scans along with fake scan results in an attempt to get you to believe that your computer is infected. Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer then offers to fix all of the infections it has found. Of course Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer is the real problem and the infections it claims to have discovered are a part of its manipulative scam.



Once Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer is installed it will perform a fictitious array of fake scans along with fake scan results in an attempt to get you to believe that your computer is infected.



Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer will constantly irritate you with alerts and pop ups in an attempt to have you purchase the fake program. You should never purchase Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer. It is a financial fraud and wants to steal your money and also wants to steal your personal identity.


Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus is a very serious computer fraud. If you have seen the screenshot of the interface in the picture above, you are definitely infected with it. Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer will remove all of your important files, movies, music and more unless you remove it immediately. Computer users should always have proper computer security when browsing the internet and never go on suspicious websites.


We have found some success in removing Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer by following our recommended procedure below. This procedure will work for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. Please be very patient while attempting to remove this virus from your computer. You will get it removed with our recommended procedure.

How to remove the Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Virus

Virus Lab Recommended Procedure
Removal success rating: 97.9% with

1. Click the yellow button above. (keep clicking until the download starts)
2. Download and run the .exe file.
3. Install and perform the free virus scan.


Having trouble?
Unable to get the free-virus-scanner.exe to open or run?
Unable to save the free-virus-scanner.exe to your computer?
Unable to access the internet on your infected computer?
Unable to download the free-virus-scanner.exe when you click the yellow button?

If the installation file is not downloading and you have tried all of the above steps then please Click Here for the Advanced Virus Removal Page.

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