Saturday, October 20, 2012

Remove Windows Command Processor notification – eradicate the source of misleading popup

Windows Command Processor is a name mentioned in the popup displayed by malicious adware. The popup’s title is User Account Control; in general, the popup is obviously dressed up in such a way as to remind genuine system dialogue box.
Removal of Windows Command Processor notification is vividly discussed. Users typically do not agree on the unexpected offer “to allow the following program to make changes…”, but attempts to get rid of Windows Command Processor misleading notification by mere striking No button of the popup would, in the better case, just close the dialog box for a while.
In order to complete the intrusive message extermination, target its origin, a trojan, with free scanner available below.
Windows Command Processor notification text:
 User Account Control
Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?
Program name: Windows Command Processor
Verified publisher: Microsoft Windows
Program location: “C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe” /C “C:Users\Serge\AppData\Local\Temp\lkjitbhcythsqijd.exe” 

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